U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley said yesterday that Russia’s interference in our 2016 elections was warfare. The Pentagon spends billions on cyber defense and nice chunks of change on ads that recruit by hyping how much people can learn about computers because we have cyber warfare.
Ambassador Haley’s statement reinforces the notion the 2016 elections should be declared void.
Treason is defined by the Constitution. Art. III, Sec. 3.
The evidence mounts,…
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has investigated Russian interference in our 2016 elections for a few months.
Unfortunately, Special Counsel is part of the Executive branch and can be “removed” from office by the Attorney General (“AG”) of the United States. 28 C.F.R. 600.7(d). The AG is subject to summary dismissal by the President. AG Sessions recused himself, thus Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein is responsible, for matters related to Russia. At any time, a la the 1973 Saturday Night…
If we only address only the horrible things Trump has done since he assumed the Oval Office, we risk loss of focus on the illegitimacy of his election.
Americans have a right to vote for whomever we choose. Inherent to this right is the right to vote for a dumbass.
Some people never will believe Trump does or says anything wrong. When shown real audio or video of Trump’s antics, these people will deny reality.
There are other people who “tune out” the possibility…
“What stupid f*****g thing did Trump do today?”
That is a good way to start a conversation these days. The always is an answer.
As Trump approval ratings in the demographic of his “solid” base—white males over 45 with high school diplomas or less, in education—have slipped, and as Trump has made statements either silly or dangerous, more people discuss the possibilities of impeachment and also removal under the Twenty-Fifth Amendment.
Neither of those options is…
Civil, rational debate of everything and anything.