Editor’s note:  While this article “seems” to be anti-Trump, it is  quite something else, published in an Israeli funded rag that looks “liberal” to most but crosses the line.

First of all, there are no prohibitions on arresting a president for murder, treason or anything else.  Go to “Google” and try to find real information on this, it won’t exist.  All you will be is poppycock about how “complicated” it is.  Bull.

We never had a child rapist and gangster in the White House before.  We have had crooks, many of them, certainly Bush 43 was if anything worse than Trump.  Trump didn’t blow up the World Trade Center and if Bush didn’t do it personally, he sure as hell was involved in the “stand down” from which he personally profited well beyond anything Trump is accused of.

Trump’s issue is competence.  He isn’t fit or sane or whatever and there are provisions for dealing with this, though ineffective as well.

“legally insane”

The truth is simple, the United States was never intended to be a democracy, the country was formed by wealthy and talented men who were quickly pushed aside by bankers and thieves who gutted our government with a “fake constitution.”

From Reference.com:

Historian Charles Beard’s controversial 1913 interpretation of the framing of the United States Constitution was based on his view that the Founding Fathers were motivated by class interests and self-serving economic concerns. Beard’s assertion was that the U.S. Constitution was an economic document that was created to serve economic ends and was designed to favor industrialists and investors who would gain an advantage through a strong national government and unified political system.

Beard’s 1913 book, “An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States,” has been viewed as the beginning of what became known as the “History Wars,” which challenged many of the traditional concepts of teaching and interpreting American history. Beard’s book and his economic interpretation of what led to the framing of the U.S. Constitution has remained a subject of debate since its first publication.”

Beard’s detailed investigation of the “framers” show that the constitution was a coup d etat, not a “correction” of the Articles of Confederation.  This was the cause of the Civil War, not slavery.  The constitution is total crap and protects no one.  When Wyoming gets two senators, congress can redistrict the people out of elections entirely and the Supreme Court run elections, the is only a police state.

Trump can be arrested for crimes like anyone else.  You see, you can’t determine a “high crime or misdemeanor” without an investigatory capability and the United States has none at the Federal level.  The FBI is illegal and unconstitutional, and congress has no police powers.

There are NO Federal police powers except through the military.


The problem we have here is that Trump has made the rest of the thieves look like the clowns they really are.  He is only parodying them.

Congress and the military have long been living off America like a bloated tick.

From the Daily Beast

Donald Trump has jumped more sharks than a jet-skier at the Great Barrier Reef, so it’s usually not worth remarking on when it happens. But his retweet Tuesday of this tweet is worth pausing over:

That’s the president of the United States of America accusing 11 fellow Americans of treason. Whining about the witch hunt is one thing. But endorsing the view that Robert Mueller and Rod Rosenstein are traitors is libelous. If he weren’t the president, they could sue him.

If he weren’t the president… It’s worth stepping back here as the dragnet closes in on him to think about that. If Trump were a senator or governor, there’s very little doubt in my mind he’d have long ago been indicted on a range of counts. Indeed he might be in jail by now. He’s broken laws in plain sight, in front of all of us. On national television, on his Twitter feed almost weekly, and most recently by telling the New York Post that he wouldn’t rule out a pardon of Paul Manafort, which is obviously an attempt to interfere with the Mueller probe—that is, to obstruct justice.

Read more or not at TheDailyBeast.com.

22 COMMENTS

  1. What “seals it” for “the bankers” is paranoia and ignorance of basic facts; the focus is always on federal level operations – where the Fed returns profits to US Treasury – and away from the member COMMERCIAL BANKS that don’t. YOUR car, YOUR house…

    The only thing more obvious than the fact that the Constitution makes it easier [vs the Articles] for the US

    • … to break the treaty laws that form its borders, and form/maintain its empire etc, is the extent to which its citizens ignore how much they’ve benefitted.

      If the colonies/States in the AoC were separate republics like Dodge says here [and even if they weren’t, because the math doesn’t add up] then even with the Constitution’s escape clause effort, early Presidents weren’t “natural born citizens”. A case Constitutional scholar Obama could’ve made even if he was born in Kenya!
      https://goo.gl/Y5p4jK

  2. Our nation is being gutted by the elite international Bankers/Gangsters. We have watched what they did to Europe (see Greece), and they’re doing the same here. There is only one way out of this mess, and it needs brave men. The banking system must be changed. And, digital currency is not the answer.

  3. HIT CLOWN … #HIT CLOWN

    This guy was known as the King of Clowns and went by the name of Grock.

    https://cdn.britannica.com/s:300×500/56/79256-050-AA3AC49C.jpg

    The clown above (lower in estimation by all accounts) yet perfect for the in-tent purposes of our national political circus, is good for a satirical laugh as clowns go and goes by the name of Crock, as in Crock of *hit; a very popular phrase in high-rise New York society which is full of them. Those oh-so-sooty, snooty types adept at blowing smoke up the collective ass of the US while steering their noses over the East River towards Israel for a breath of less toxic air blown in from New Jersey. Mixing with them for brownie points – and occasional real estate deals, is anything but uplifting as any chimney sweep up a tight and narrow flue will tell you or if Trump would attempt the impossible and condescend from among all the whale droppings showering down around him (how low can you go?) it personally gives rise to a seasonal red nose for Christmas or more precisely, a permanent, clown-for-all-seasons red nose marked by a decided hint of brown peculiar to any curmudgeon man-about-town; or simpleton crock-of-#hit clown.

  4. Harry Haller December 1, 2018 at 8:48 pm

    “Best since Nixon”, If you liked Nixon so much, I can understand your love affair for Trump. There aren’t that many Jews to vote in these United States. Thankfully Mr. Trump has you.
    There was a poll out awhile back and it said most Jews liked what Trump did for Israel but only 6% said they would vote for him. So yes, Trump has to please the Baptists, Assembly of God and the Church of John Hagee, etc….

  5. You can say what you want about Trump but he is the best president since Nixon. He does a lot for Israel but that is to get the 60 to 70 million Christian Zionist vote as he does not get a lot of Jewish votes.
    He is doing a lot to protect our borders and hopefully he will build the wall. Actually legal immigration is far worse than illegal immigration and if we do not shut it down, Trump will be the last White man to be president. Then you will leave your children and grandchildren a country like South Africa where it is open season on Whites!

    • “Best since Nixon”, If you liked Nixon so much, I can understand your love affair for Trump. There aren’t that many Jews to vote in these United States. Thankfully Mr. Trump has you.

    • tRump is the best president since 2017.
      However, he may also be the last president as long as he continues to open his mouth and threaten everybody else with sanctions, tariffs and even military action.
      The truth is this: the time of American hegemony is over. The American empire is coming to an end and there’s nothing the orange one in the White House can do about, in fact he is actually accelerating it.
      Americans need to get over themselves and see the truth and accept it.
      Democracy is not brought to other nations with bombs and bullets or state sponsored coups. Threats do not constitute good foreign policy. Only reason and logic, something tRump appears to be totally lacking.
      Those who ignore the lessons of history are doomed to repeat it. Washington for the past one hundred years has been ignoring those lessons.
      The American people are going to awaken one day very soon and realize America is no longer a global power. It only has bluff and bluster, that blows away with the wind.

    • Or as Albert Einstein once said, ” Insanity is doing the same thing over again and expecting different results.”
      One other thing, apparently Hermie doesn’t know much about Nixon either.

    • I tried to answer to your comment, but then I gave up, since there is no point arguing with someone, who claims Nixon was good president!Unless you were being ironic!

  6. Gordon, I understand your dislike of Trump, but your propping up of Mueller is puzzling. After all isn’t Mueller the same Mueller who signed off on the official 911, and anthrax investigations. It’s looking more and more like Carlin was right. it’s a big club and we ain’t in it.

    • You got it….
      “Everybody complains about politicians, everybody says they suck……So where do these politicians come from? They don’t fall from the sky. They don’t pass through a membrane from another reality……..
      but maybe something else around here sucks
      Like the public, yeah, there’s a nice slogan…the public sucks, fvck hope, fvck hope.” George Carlin.

  7. To read “the constitution is total crap and protects no one”, it should come as no surprise then that “the FBI is unconstitutional and illegal,…”(being implicit upon that same flawed constitution, or not). I believe both assertions are correct. From my own understanding, the partnering colonies of the Articles of Confederation were sovereign, each unto themselves. You had the Continental Congress, presided over by its president, Samuel Huntington, which seemed more akin to a treaty organization, such as NATO. The U.S., on the other hand, whether pre or post Civil War, but especially post, was an entirely different proposition; what happens after secession proving beyond all doubt.

    • Lincoln nailed the coffin on states rights. Lincoln the tyrant holds most of the responsibility for what we have today. Between he and Wilson, the American government has become an oppressive machine that kills everything in its path.

    • The matter of states rights has not been resolved at all, it has simply been in abeyance since Grant met Lee at Appomattox.

  8. In order to convict a sitting president of criminal activities, the President must first be impeached and removed from office.+
    Section IV of Article II:The President, Vice president and all civil officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of Treason, Bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors.

  9. Bear’s interpretations are not all true either. There is no provision in the Constitution that requires a strong federal government above the states. In fact quite the opposite.
    Section 4 of Article IV of the Constitution states:The United States shall guarantee to every state in the Union a Republican Form of government, and shall protect each of them against invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the legislature cannot be convened) against domestic violence.
    Furthermore people such as Jefferson, Adams and Franklin were supporters of states rights. One of the most infamous of those opposing states rights was Hamilton who favored a central bank as was as a powerful federal government.
    The Constitution does have its flaws for sure but it is not entirely flawed either.
    The flaws, many of them corrected by the Bill of Rights which was intended as a guarantee against government power.
    Today we can no longer count on the Bill of Rights to protect us. The government now considers those who believe in Constitutional government to be domestic terrorist threats. The First Amendment is under attack from all sides. The Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Seventh have been tossed aside in favor of extrajudicial killings by cops. The attack on the Second Amendment is now gaining a foothold.
    That which our founding fathers have feared has come to pass:America is now in the grip of a tyrannical government that ignores states rights and even individual rights.
    Americans have been dumbed down and made ignorant by a complacent and willing press.
    ” A Bill of Rights is what the people are entitled to against every government and what no just government should refuse or rest on inference.” Thomas Jefferson.
    “Educate and inform the whole mass of the people, they are the only sure reliance for the preservation of our liberty.” Thomas Jefferson.