The President wrote:
If Galactus was coming to eat the earth, you don't think raiding the Baxter Building to take the Ultimate Nullifier is justified? Or if Thanos was one gem away from the Infinity Gauntlet and it was in someone else's hands that the Avengers shouldn't get that person?
These are extenuating circumstances.
Show up and warn that person? Sure. Show up and say "You're coming with us, whether you like it or not, and nevermind the fact that you have a family and a formidable team of superheroes here to protect you as it is. You need to come with us because we say so, and if anyone tries to stop us, we have an army waiting to take you into custody against your will, and one hairy canadian to try to stab you to death." No.
The Avengers should have gone to Utopia, said "We're here to help, can we join you," and then tried to persuade Scott and/or hope that going to the moon was the better option. Of course, we wouldn't have a story then, but that's how it should have been handled. What they did instead was an act of agression.
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