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Saturday, May 27, 2017

The Fake President - Part XI

Editorial, The Week in Review – Analysis, Commentary, Opinion
05.27.2017

He who does not know, and does not know that he does not know, is a fool. Shun him.
I am tempted to leave my weekly reflection on our national politics there, but there were so many developments this week that I cannot.
The fake presidency of T-Rump, represents a clear and present danger to the security of the United States, and to our constitutional republic.
Several things were reveled this week about the careless way T-Rump handles matters of national security. In a phone call with the President of the Philippines, a murderer named Duterte, T-Rump revealed the location of two of our nuclear sub-marines off the coast of North Korea.
Like his revelation of intelligence to the Russian Foreign Minister, and Ambassador in the Oval Office last week, he did this simply to brag, putting the lives of our sailors at risk in doing so.
Because he, and his people have no discipline, they also revealed photographs of the perpetrators of a terrible bombing in London this week, even while the British were carrying out an active investigation in to the terrorist network that perpetrated the attack, even while the British asked us to keep the information they shared with us a secret, the T-Rump team could not help themselves. They published photos.
They published the photos because they wanted to promote the narrative that we are all at risk from Islamic terrorism, they would risk our ability of us and our allies to catch the perpetrators, just so they can spin their story.
The fake presidency is a menace to society.
T-Rump appears to be mentally unstable. This was revealed in video of him shoving the president of Montenegro out of his way so he could get to the front of a photo shoot.
Jared Kushner, his son in law is now under FBI scrutiny for his role in aiding the Russian’s in their efforts to influence the 2016 presidential campaign. Kushner, at T-Rump’s request, attempted to set up a private line of communication with the Kremlin, so that T-Rump and Putin could talk without the interference, knowledge or oversight of anyone else in government or our intelligence services.
This may very well be treason.
T-Rump must go.
His violation of the emoluments clause of the Constitution is enough.

Remove him from office before he does real and lasting harm to the Nation.
He who does not know, and does not know that he does not know, is a fool. Shun him.

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