Saturday, November 18, 2017
Several people in the Trump campaign failed to register as agents of a foreign government. They were therefore secret agents of a foreign government. Secret agents are spies. Trump and many of his campaign workers conspired with Russian officials, from Putin on down to Kisliak, the lawyer Jr. met with, etc. The unavoidable conclusion is they all committed treason to get Trump elected. The election is therefore null and void and we must redo the election of 2016 beginning with the primaries for every office that was filled.
Monday, October 23, 2017
The Republicans will not let Trump's Treason be made official. If you follow the facts and logic of billmoyers.com/story/trump-russia-timeline/ you cannot avoid the conclusion of Trump's Treason: he conspired with the Russians to affect the internal processes of the United States Government: the election of 2016.
It was easy to see that Congress would become ultra-partisan over The Traitor Trump, just as they did Nixon, especially when Ryan let Devin Nunes to remain the chairman of the House Intelligence committee after he did Trump's bidding in trying to deflect the committee's focus from the Trump Treason to the disclosure of individuals who were talking to foreign agents of foreign nations.
Of course the Republicans are "Honorable men, so are all of Trump's supporters "Honorable men."
Saturday, October 21, 2017
John Kelly looked past the words and deeds of his commander in chief when he said America used to respect women. His Boss said "...you can grab them by their pussy," his doesn't, on its face, seem respectful. I'd also like to mention that Kelly lied about Frederica Wilson's speech in 2015. For a person many people have called "honorable" this comes up very short of being honorable. It reminds me of Marc Anthony's oration at Caesar's death: "and [Kelly] is an honorable man, so are they all, all honorable men. Trump doesn't understand abstract things like the West Point code: "duty, Honor, country" but one would expect a 4 star general to understand them, and live by them. Kelly failed in both instances by his lying in defense of the "Liar in Chief".
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Another member of the "Lunatic Fringe" is going to be a Senator. Washington cannot pass any laws, even with a majority in all branches of government the Republicans fail, and the people support the failure. We are getting to the point where Science and literature cannot carry the country any longer, and they are starting to not want to carry the country. We must use minor coercion to get people voting, a tax deduction etc. or, like Australia, a law that says you must vote. We've abandoned our government to the gypsies, tramps, and thieves. It's pathetic to see, and a horror to live through. We appear to aspire to incompetence, self-aggrandizement, and hopelessness. We have become traitors to our stated ideals and watch actual traitors run our country. Perhaps we should just surrender to the rich and powerful.
Monday, September 25, 2017
No one loves The American United States more than I do, all they can do is tie. And I agree that people that love the Country in different ways than I do can be offended by some one taking a knee during the National Anthem being played. I disagree with them about the knees meaning because it doesn't lead me to love my country less, it actually leads me to love it more. A protester has the right to protest. The person who gets goose bumps when the Star Spangled Banner plays, a person like me, is not in any way reduced, not in anyway attacked, the Amount of love for the country is not reduced by theses actions. Our freedoms and ambitions are not challenged. The protest is simply saying, please, America, treat us black and mixed races citizens like you treat all white people: don't shoot us down in the street. If anyone is violating the law arrest them, don't kill them. If they are killed don't let the policemen off because they are white, but because they made the right decision, as found by a thorough and objective investigation. Please honor the rule of law, not the rule of men, or the rule of men of a particular race. It's not the bending of the knee you dislike, it's someone putting the fact of bigotry, injustice, and there being "special people" who are above the law, and other "special people" undeserving of the protection of the law. And you know America and America's ideals put you bitching and moaning over people standing up for what we say everyone has, justice and equality, against those people, those black people, those other people, those undeserving people, on the wrong side of the argument. "All men are created equal". America strives for "Freedom and Justice for all", and the people who are following Trump and complaining about the blacks and others pointing out the fact that they have never had equal treatment in America and that their complaints are somehow challenging the existence of America, are 100% wrong. If we don't give equal treatment to all citizens then we are not America, we have failed to strive for "A more perfect Nation", we are settling for not honoring the Constitution, and the Declaration. We are unamerican when we want other people to not be equal and free, free like us. And taking a knee to say you white guys have failed to meet the challenge isn't the problem. The fact that you don't want to see the failure, to feel it is your personal failure, is the trouble.
Saturday, August 26, 2017
The constitution says: The President "...shall have power to grant reprieves and pardons for offenses against the United States, except in cases of impeachment ..." "EXCEPT in CASES of IMPEACHMENT" If there was (or is) a conspiracy (such as: to aide Russia to interfere with the internal processes of the American Government) that leads to the impeachment of the President, then the President cannot pardon any of the members in that conspiracy because they are implicated in the "case" encompassing the impeachment, they contributed to the case leading to impeachment. Trump, his family members, his campaign members, anyone who acted, knew about, assisted in covering up,or trying to cover up the crime or crimes, the high crimes or misdemeanors, leading to the impeachment, cannot be pardoned by the President; either before, during, or after the impeachment case is presented to the House of Representatives.
Friday, July 21, 2017
I believe it is incorrect that Trump can pardon anyone. The Constitution says he can "Except in cases of impeachment". Presumably impeachment follows high crimes and misdemeanors. If the high crime is a conspiracy than all members of the conspiracy cannot be pardoned, they are tied into the "impeachment" by way of conspiracy. All the campaign 'conspirators' and the President himself have committed treason, which I'll assert follows their conspiring to aide Russia in interfering with America's internal affairs, particularly the election of 2016. They are all traitors conspiring with the impeachable President to commit treason against the United states. I believe this is correct and easily seen. Any prosecutor and judge would probably accept the premise and argument.