Dave Stancliff Flashback to the 1960's-70s: Americans Stand Up To A Corrupt Administration blogarama.com

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Flashback to the 1960's-70s: Americans Stand Up To A Corrupt Administration


                                            Good Day World!

I got cold chills yesterday watching the live updates of "Not My President" day rallies across America...on our President's Day Holiday!

Memories of the 60's and early 70's ran like an old black-and- white newsreel through my head as I watched millions of Americans unify nationwide to defy a corrupt administration that pulled us into an illegitimate war. 

Now America is faced with an illegitimate president, who with the help of Russia, stole the 2016 election.

He's not my president. 

Surprisingly, there's a real upside to Trump defiling the Oval Office right now. He said he'd unite America. Well, he is. Look at how this country has responded to his first 30 days in office.

If liberals and independents ever needed a "pearl harbor" event to unify America against Chump's presidency it was his illegal roll-out of an immigrant ban against Muslim based countries. 

The courts slapped him down quickly. 
The majority of Americans reacted with alarm at how much chaos was created in the country (even worldwide) in a mere 24 hours.

And that wasn't even the first time Lump violated the constitution since being elected.

The fact that he maintains control of his far-flung business empire while posing as a president, is in direct violation of the Constitution.

It's all about "emoluments," a word once foreign to most people, but now bandied about in the mainstream and social media daily.

There's 49 words in Article I of the Constitution that explains what emoluments are: 

“No Title of Nobility shall be granted by the United States: And no Person holding any Office of Profit or Trust under them, shall, without the Consent of the Congress, accept of any present, Emolument, Office, or Title, of any kind whatever, from any King, Prince, or foreign State.

In layman's terms, Chump shouldn't be getting paid by foreign governments to stay at his hotels. He shouldn't have millions of dollars in debt to countries like China and Germany.

He shouldn't be making money worldwide as the president of the United States. It's all an obvious conflict of interest and is slowly winding it's way through investigative committees. 

I'm not worried. It's apparent that the majority of Americans do still want a free democracy, despite the authoritarian Orange Zero's efforts to destroy it.

It's a good time to place your bets with Ladbrokes (a UK betting house) right now - I hear the odds are 10/11 that Dump won't last a full term before being impeached.

Time for me to walk on down the road... 

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