US President Trump’s showdown at the G7 has been immortalized.
Katie makes it pretty clear that today’s leftist and centrist politicians no longer support law and order. Now is not the time to be an observer on the sidelines–we all need to choose a side.
Dilbert cartoon creator Scott Adams was the first to predict that Trump would win the 2016 US Presidential Election–not so much because he liked the guy or his policies, but because he recognized the tools of persuasion that he was using.
After a rather humourous opening, Scott takes a look at how recent global events have been affected by Trump’s powers of persuasion.
Not for those who believe Trump is just another Deep State puppet…
Last year on January 20, 2017, President Trump took his Oath of Office.
An Office in the Territorial Government is a Public Trust.
Trusts do not become law for a year and a day.
His Office, his Trust, would have become law on January 21st of this year— but that didn’t happen, because Chuck Schummer contrived to shut down the government for three days at precisely the critical time.
This is called “breaking the continuity of the evidence”.
As a result, nothing that President Trump did during his entire first year in Office, all the laws and Executive Orders and Directives he signed—- technically didn’t cure.
Now, either he did this to himself because he wanted to void out mistakes made during the first year of His Presidency, or, far more likely, the Dems saw their opportunity to “win” by technicality and are scheming to invalidate everything he has done and everything he will do this next year and after—-just by sitting back and not telling him that his Office never cured.
These are very devious, very skillful, very evil men he is dealing with, people who have been trained in the black arts and ecclesiastical law. He truly is contesting with Evil in High Places, so it is important that the “Good Witches” and “White Hats” surround him and educate and warn him and protect him, just as I am doing by writing this memo today.
To counteract this, he has to re-take his Oath of Office, re-do the things he wants to stick— re-sign legislation, re-issue Executive Orders, etc.—and begin the whole timeline over again, being sure that his Office cures and is not interrupted by any more chicanery for a year and a day.
Thereafter, his work will stand and his term will run and there won’t be anything that anyone can say or do against it.
And now you all know why Democrat Chuck Schumer appeared to shut down the government for three days “for no reason”.