And they’re still at it!
“My point here is that if they believe that Donald Trump cannot fulfill the obligations of his office, then they have a constitutional responsibility to invoke the 25th amendment,” Warren, a Democratic presidential candidate, said after a rally in Las Vegas. “Their loyalty under law is not to him personally. It is to the Constitution of the United States and to the people of United States.”
The 25th Amendment, proposed by Congress and ratified by the states in the aftermath of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, provides the procedures for replacing the president or vice president in the event of death, removal, resignation, or incapacitation.
The VP has to support the removal of the President and a majority of Congress or the Executive Branch has to agree. Additionally the 25th Amendment isn’t a political weapon; it is a means for replacing a President who can no longer perform his duties.
“This whole notion that you get out of prison and you are free now turned out to be a bit of a downer in that sense,” it said Monday. “Because what happened, we really built this large, big prison, which is the United States, in the meantime – it was already happening, it just really intensified.
As President Trump ponders the appropriate moment to declassify the documents that will expose the Obama administration’s corrupt plot to undermine his authority and to destroy his presidency, arguments about his right to do so have begun.
Trump’s authority comes from none other than Barack Obama, himself.
Meghan McCain’s eulogy at her father’s funeral was, in part at least, an effort to bash President Donald Trump. And former president Barack Obama joined in as well, to the delight of the media. In fact, the media’s response to the funeral bashing was almost as bad as the bashing itself.
Singh’s tweet was met with incredulous anger from many Twitter users. Many people expressed anger that the leader of Canada’s left-wing third party would praise a staunch Republican conservative who supported military interventions around the world. Most of the criticism appeared to come from people with progressive politics, who may be traditional supporters of the NDP.
Everybody hates a traitor.
Merkel, arriving in a convoy of black limousines, was met by jeering crowds holding up slogans against her personally whilst shouting “Volksverräter” (“traitor” or “enemy of the people”) accompanied by a brass band.
At the 2018 EMA Benefit Gala, all these elements were brought together under the same roof, where there was much wailing and grinding of teeth. The nonprofit organization Environmental Media Association (EMA) honored Jane Fonda, actress Elizabeth Olsen, Snoop Dogg, and others with awards. In Fonda’s acceptance speech, she preached, “This is an existential crisis that we’re in.” She also made a sales pitch for the progressive vote, saying, “We have to do everything we can to take back the house in November. If anything can save us, it’s gonna be taking back our government.”
Like Hillary Clinton, former Secretary of State John Kerry apparently enjoys the immunity from prosecution that being a powerful Leftist brings you today.
In early 2014, a young Toronto-area man who went by the jihadi nom de guerre “Abu Huzaifa al-Kanadi” (Abu Huzaifa the Canadian) cleaned out his bank account and left to join the ranks of ISIS.
Anyone who fought for ISIS is a traitor and should be executed forthwith.
A female Islamic extremist has been caught by police in possession of a USB key that contained the identities of 2,626 intelligence officials from France’s Central Directorate of Interior Intelligence (DCRI).
The woman, identified as Mina B., was already known to the country’s intelligence services and had been placed on the terror watch list known in France as the S-File, Le Point reports.
Convicted leaker Chelsea Manning has finally broken his silence on why he’s decided to run for office in Maryland, challenging a sitting Democrat, Sen. Ben Cardin, who enjoys a substantial lead over any progressive challengers: he wants to “challenge the establishment.”
The outrage of being called by male pronouns!
Today on Jane Fonda’s 80th birthday, we will never forget her involvement in the Vietnam War. Here is the famous photo of Fonda with the enemy when she visited Hanoi. From that visit she earned the nickname Hanoi Jane.
The traitor decided to send out a Veterans Day message on Twitter, and it’s as repulsive as you’d imagine.
Speaking at Bergdahl’s sentencing hearing on desertion charges before a military court in the state of North Carolina, intelligence analyst Amber Dach described how eager Bergdahl was to help intelligence officials at a hospital in Germany days after he released in a prisoner swap with the Taliban in 2014.