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How Trump is Going to Restore the Rule of Law and US Consitution, the Big Plan Revealed!

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#1 TempBannedNotComingBack

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Posted 05 May 2019 - 02:37 PM


Right now the whole world is watching a movie, everything is optics. Don’t believe me? Well lets just look at the US Consitution.

 

https://constitutionus.com/

 

Article II (Article 2 - Executive) Section 1

1: The executive Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America. He shall hold his Office during the Term of four Years, and, together with the Vice President, chosen for the same Term, be elected, as follows

 

Did you see it? 

 

“The executive Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America.” 

 

The President of the United States has all the executive Power vested to him by the US Constitution. All of it! Not the FBI, not the Attorney General, not the Department of Justice, the President does.

 

What people don’t realise, is every title, office, department, or agency under the executive branch is just a team created to help the President fulfill his executive duties. I.e. it’s his team.

 

That is why he can disband, fire, or restructure every single one of them without legal ramifications. He creates his team to what he sees fit to fulfilling his executive duties as President. 

 

If the President wants to fire every single person in the executive branch (have no team to help him fulfil his duties), he could. But these agencies were created to delegate certain executive tasks to enforce federal law throughout the country. These agencies only get their executive power from the US President, who gets all of it from the US Constitution.

 

What is the executive branch of government? To enforce the laws that the legislative branch of government (Congress) passes, whether the President agrees with them or not. In other words the executive branches job is to arrest those they believe are breaking the laws Congress have passed, and gather evidence to support their case, and then pass it onto the courts to interpret the evidence and the law (Judiciary branch) and return a verdict.

 

If the President believes a law is outside the legislative authority in the constitution, i.e. encroaching on one of the other branches of government including his, then he does not have to enforce it, and if congress want to fight for that law to be enforced, it eventually goes up to the Supreme Court (a check and balance) who will rule whether the law is constitutional or not. The same goes for rulings in lower courts that are challenged by either side.

 

So lets go back and see the illusion the traitors in the government and media have been pulling over the eyes of the world. 

 

If the President had none of these agencies and worked solely by himself. He still has the power to prosecute anyone he believes is breaking the laws. He would arrest the person, gather the evidence himself, and give it to the courts (Judiciary branch) who would then interpret the law with the evidence and return a verdict. But the illusion they give, is only certain agencies and departments in the executive branch have this power. This is how the United States Constitution has been subverted.

 

Why do you think the only way to remove a sitting President is impeachment? A sitting President can’t be prosecuted for crimes while in office. Why? Because the founders knew no one should be above the law. If this was not in place, corrupt politicians in congress who don’t want to go to jail for breaking laws, would try to bring down the President with whatever means possible. That’s why they need 2/3’s or Congress to impeach the President, because these congressmen (& women) are elected representatives by the people. If you can get 2/3’s of congress to impeach, it’s a good indication the public think the current President should be removed, because they elected representatives that share their view. There are also other checks and balances by the Judiciary branch to see whether what the President did would be considered a high crime.

 

Anyway back to the illusion. We are made to believe these departments and agencies in the executive branch have their power given to them not by the President, but by other means. I.e. subverting executive power given to the President by the constitution.

 

We are made to think only the Attorney General or FBI can decide whether to prosecute or not. This is a lie. Trump has the constitutional power to prosecute anyone he thinks is breaking the law. He can override any of these agencies if so he wishes.

 

Think about the title, Commander in Chief. He is the top authority for the military forces. Any general underneath him who makes a decision, can be overruled by the President. The same works for his executive team.

 

So why is everyone scared of Trump. Because if the illusion falls apart that he has all executive power given to him by the constitution. Then traitors in the government can no longer hide behind infiltrated departments in executive branch to avoid the rule of law. The truth of the matter is, if the FBI or Department of Justice drop a case, Trump can overrule them. Every President has had this power, but this has been usurped as the constitution’s authority has been subverted over the decades.

 

Why do you think Trump is stacking the Supreme Court with constitutionalist justices? Because when the time comes to challenge Trump’s executive power, the power to enforce the laws of the land on everyone (nobody is above the law, including the rich lobbyists and politicians). Then when it finally gets challenged in the Supreme Court, they will say, see, it says right there in Article 2 Section 1 of the constitution that the executive Power is vested in the President of the United States.

 

Domestic and foreign traitors who have been trying to subvert the United States and it’s Constitution will finally be prosecuted, and requests of extraditions will be huge. And they won’t be able to hide behind the illusion that the President doesn’t have that executive constitutional power and that only certain agencies and departments do.

 

Traitors throughout all the countries are shaking in their boots. Enjoy the show!


Edited by TempBannedNotComingBack, 05 May 2019 - 02:51 PM.

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#2 TempBannedNotComingBack

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Posted 05 May 2019 - 03:40 PM

What is the President’s oath he has to take when inaugurated?

 

Well it’s written directly in the US Constitution, Article 2, Section 1, Clause 8.

 

8: Before he enter on the Execution of his Office, he shall take the following Oath or Affirmation:—“I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.”

 

“that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.

 

His oath is not to congress, the government, or the people. It is to perserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States!

 

So if a President believes the constitution is being subverted by the government, congress, or other means, he took an oath to preserve, protect, and defend it!

 

So the president with his executive power given to him by the constitution, can go after anyone he believes is trying to subvert the constitution, as well as enforcing any constitutional laws Congress has passed i.e. faithfully execute the Office of the President of the United States.

 

If he thinks his executive departments and agencies aren’t using their executive powers delegated to them by the President to help him faithfully execute his duty as Office of the President of the United States, then he can disband, fire, or restructure any of them as he sees fit.

 

Doesn’t matter whether Congress passes laws encroaching on the executive branch, or the fake news media makes a big show and dance about how the President is overstepping his boundaries. All that matters is what the Constitution says and the powers it gives, and whether any new laws (congress) or judgements (courts) are constitutional or not (hence the checks and balances all the way up to the Supreme Court).

 

So the illusion you’ve been lead to believe is the President has less executive power than he has.

 

Obama could have overruled the FBI dropping the case against Hillary if he wanted to, if he thought his delegated agency (the FBI) and director of that agency made the wrong decision and there was enough evidence, because he has that executive power given to him by the constitution. Trump has the very same powers.

 

So yes he can go after anyone he believes is breaking the law or subverting the US Constitution. It’s as simple as that. He can prosecute who he wants and gather evidence for his case. This does not mean he can put anyone in jail, the courts will still decide the verdict by interpreting the evidence given to them by the executive branch, along with the laws of the land from Congress and the Constitution. So you are still innocent until proven guilty. But the Presidents role is to enforce the laws of the land, which include prosecution and gathering evidence to support his case.

 

So the media may cry out next he’s targeting people. That’s what they would have done if he went straight for Hillary. And they will again when he starts prosecuting so many people. If they are innocent because the evidence the executive branch has not proved guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, then they have nothing to fear because the courts will return a not guilty verdict. But regardless, Trump can target (prosecute) anyone he believes is guilty (with the evidence he believes proves this) of breaking the law or subverting the constitution, because that is his role as President of the United States, the executive power given to him by the US Constitution is to enforce the law.

 

Why do you think they tried to destroy the characters of Trump’s Supreme Court Justices he nominated? They know when the time comes and the executive branch go on the full offensive, traitors are going to claim Trump is overstepping his power and it will be taken all the way up to Supreme Court.

 

Everything is optics right now. The deep state are trying to keep the illusion alive.


Edited by TempBannedNotComingBack, 05 May 2019 - 03:48 PM.


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Posted 05 May 2019 - 04:08 PM

It's more and more evident the two-party system is dysfunctional and harming the country, perhaps making it ungovernable in the near-medium term. Trump is just a symptom and is accelerating the process. 


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Posted 05 May 2019 - 05:20 PM

but will it be replaced with some worse
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Posted 05 May 2019 - 05:23 PM

Something worse I mean

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Posted 05 May 2019 - 05:33 PM

but will it be replaced with some worse?

 

The plan looks like to get it that far, that everyone thinks a tyrant would be better.
 



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Posted 24 May 2019 - 01:25 AM

Liberal leftists want to overturn the constitution and its gaining momentum on that side of the fence. When I was in college in the 90s, I wrote a paper on how liberalism was evolving and where it Wes headed. I called it out that there would come a time when the left would attack the founders of the USA for being slave owners and they would begin to erode their contributions and question their writings because they were slave owners and everyone knows slavery is wrong.

Well its finally happening and founding fathers are being removed from colleges. People like Jefferson and even Washington are having statues removed and attacked. Soon so will be their writings. After that then the constitution that they wrote will be attacked.

Every election in which the left loses in the electoral college restarts the cries to abolish the electoral college. Well the EC was specifically created to prevent presidential elections from being a popular vote. It was created because the USA wee a collection of states and one state with a large population should not dominate the executive branch over the smaller states. States like New York and California should not decide every election.

California is becoming a super state with amassive population. Should California decide the presidential election for the other 49 states?

The USA was created to be a union of states to provide for common defense and common human rights. States were more than just an area of a regional speed limit laws and zoning ordenences. States were like small countries.

Freedom requires perpetual diligence which doesn't seem to be a part of human nature.

Human nature seems to be one of control and wanting to force everyone else to live by the standards of whomever is in power.

For all the ugliness of human rights in China, I really respect the vigilant way the leaders there try to protect their version of what society should be. But human rights must apply to all humans and as far as I know every nation allows a mother to terminate the life of a sentient human with a brain growing inside of her.

But entropy is inherent in all systems, so eventually all governments fail.

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