Concerned Americans Rethink Trump

January 22, 2018

Concerned Americans will recognize that we are at the crossroads of history. It’s time to reject the childish and programmed thinking presented by the “fakestream” media and the corrupt entertainment industry. We must all grow up and accept responsibility for our future—including me.

I must apologize for not posting regularly, but I have been very busy working with my great-grandmother Emma, her twin brother Ethan, and my twin brother Jason. As you may have gathered from my last post in late October, I have found new ground on which to steady my political feet. I have become a supporter of President Trump. My family and I worked hard to bring thousands of Trump supporters to Washington. We were very pleased with the results of the Trump-a-Rama extravaganza. Not only did those who attended have the opportunity to show their support for the president, but they also helped to provide President Trump the resolve to stay the course, to push ahead with his programs and to fulfill his campaign promises.

I do not agree with all of his programs, especially his need to erect a giant physical wall across the Mexican-United States border. It is my opinion that such a wall is both unnecessary and it sends the wrong message to the people of Mexico. The wall seems primitive in this age of electronic surveillance. I’m certain we could create a digital electronic net which would contain the majority of those attempting to cross the border illegally. Those illegals who do succeed in entering the country should be subject to an efficient and fair immigration enforcement authority which would screen people effectively.

For this system to work, we would need to change the mindset of many people in America, citizens, and non-citizens.  Immigration laws must be enforced without exception. And there can be no “sanctuary” cities which defeat the entire purpose of the immigration laws. Voting for any public office or any public referendum by those who are not citizens should be deemed illegal. The right to vote is one of the perks awarded to those who become citizens. This honor and privilege cannot be corrupted by a weak immigration enforcement system and politicians who are obviously trying to buy votes by obstructing the laws of the country.

Beyond these immigration issues, I support President Trump’s efforts to reduce government bureaucracy, to crush corruption, to stamp out human trafficking, and to battle terrorists whatever their ideologies. He has plenty of work ahead. I would strongly suggest he get behind the program to legalize marijuana for both recreational and medical use. The money and resources spent by federal, state and local governments to capture, convict and incarcerate pot-users is a waste of national energy. Also, I suggest that our policy regarding Student Loan debt be reviewed. This debt is bankrupting the economic and psychic strength the future leaders of America. We need the youth of America to focus on improving themselves, the country, and the economy—not worrying about paying impossibly large loans to the private banking system. Enough is enough.

In this first month of the year, I wish President Trump a good year. I have become a Trump proponent because I am a fervent supporter of America. These next few months will bring forth public revelations which will demonstrate how misguided and self-centered my political views were in 2016 and the first half of 2017. I accept that. Let us now get behind our president. Let the criminals and traitors be judged. And let us get back on the road of justice, honesty, integrity, and progress.


Is Trump’s Impeachment Imminent?

July 27, 2017

The Trump team seems to be scurrying about.  Last month it was revealed the Special Counsel heading the Russian/Trump investigation, Robert Mueller, has widened the scope of his inquiry to include “an examination of whether President Trump attempted to obstruct justice.“  It is known that the investigation will include a hard look at the finances and business dealings of President Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, who is also a senior White House adviser. Several days ago, he met with Senate Intelligence Committee investigators. He released a statement saying, “I did not collude, nor do I know anyone else in the campaign who colluded, with any foreign government.” But he admitted meeting with the Russian ambassador for 20 to 30 minutes at the Trump Tower last December. He also attended the meeting with Russian Attorney in June 2016. Of course, his brother-in-law and Trump’s son Donald Trump, Jr. also attended that meeting. Trump, Jr. said the purpose of the meeting was to get ‘dirt’ on Hillary Clinton about alleged Russian funding of the Democratic National Committee. However, Trump, Jr. admits that while the meeting occurred in the Trump Tower, the information about the DNC was never revealed and the meeting was unproductive and short.

Two other things have come to light about the Trump/Russian collusion investigation. First, President Trump sounded the all clear with regard to Comey/Trump recordings. His tweet of June 22nd was pretty much a “never mind.” He stated in confusing language that “he did not make, and do not have any such recordings.” We are left with Mr. Comey’s somewhat damning sworn testimony before Congress.

Second, into the hopper goes Paul Manafort, Donald Trump’s former campaign manager. It has been confirmed that early morning July 26, 2017, the Manafort home in Alexandria, Virginia was raided by the FBI, guns drawn.

It appears that at least two Congressmen have had enough. Congressman Al Green (D-TX) and Congressman Brad Sherman (D-CA) have introduced Articles of Impeachment against Donald J. Trump for High Crimes and Misdemeanors alleging “Obstruction of Justice.” The press release of Congressman Green expresses the feelings of many.

“Every day Democrats, Republicans, and the entire world are shocked by the latest example of America’s amateur President. Ignorance accompanied by a refusal to learn. Lack of impulse control, accompanied by a refusal to have his staff control his impulses. We’re no longer surprised by any action, no matter how far below the dignity of the office—and no matter how dangerous to the country. But the Constitution does not provide for the removal of a President for impulsive, ignorant incompetence. It does provide for the removal of a President for High Crimes and Misdemeanors”.

The Russian/Trump collusion story continues with allegations and investigations swelling like a nasty boil on President Trump’s backside.