If I were President Trump, I wouldn’t be too worried about this specific instance of subversion (Jews are going to Jew regardless of what occurs from day to day), but would instead focus on manhandling the cuckolds in Congress to at least provide some semblance of order.
After all, the 2018 Elections are going to arrive sooner than later, and my personal guess is that the Republicans (useless fools aside from a tiny minority of men like Steve King) are going to receive a beating (especially in the mostly-White Rust Belt) that will almost-certainly return a majority to the Democrats.
After that, impeachment and/or other weird attempts at removal (like what is being addressed here) will become much more likely – maybe even with the below fellow leading the charge.
A Democratic congressman has proposed convening a special committee of psychiatrists and other doctors whose job would be to determine if President Donald Trump is fit to serve in the Oval Office.
Maryland Rep. Jamie Raskin, who also teaches constitutional law at American University, has predictably failed to attract any Republicans to his banner.
But the U.S. Constitution’s 25th Amendment does allow for a majority of the president’s cabinet, or ‘such other body as Congress may by law provide,’ to decide if an Oval Office occupant is unable to carry out his duties – and then to put it to a full congressional vote.
Vice President Mike Pence would also have to agree, which could slow down the process – or speed it up if he wanted the levers of power for himself.
I suppose a good countermeasure to this plan would be to trick Pence into thinking Raskin is a homosexual – that should be enough to stall any disruptions, and might actually result in a “sudden disappearance” of the Jewish Congressman.
The 25th Amendment has been around since shortly after the John F. Kennedy assassination, but Congress has never formed its own committee in case it’s needed to judge a president’s mental health.
Raskin’s bill would allow the four Republican and Democratic leaders of the House and Senate to each choose a psychiatrist and another doctor. Then each party would add a former statesman – like a retired president or vice president.
The final group of 10 would meet and choose an 11th member, who would become the committee’s chairman.
Once the group is officially seated, the House and Senate could direct it through a joint resolution to conduct an actual examination of the president ‘to determine whether the president is incapacitated, either mentally or physically,’ according to the Raskin bill.
And if the president refuses to participate, the bill dictates, that ‘shall be taken into consideration by the commission in reaching a conclusion.’
Under the 25th Amendment, such a committee – or the president’s cabinet – can notify Congress in writing that a sitting president is unfit. In either case the vice president must concur, and he would immediately become ‘acting president.’
In the case of Raskin’s plan, the Constitution holds that both houses of Congress would hold a vote within three weeks.
If two-thirds majorities in the House and Senate agreed that the president couldn’t discharge his duties, he would be dismissed.
Raskin’s plan could have a fatal flaw, however: Legal scholars tend to agree that when the Constitution’s framers first provided for the replacement of a president with an ‘inability to discharge the Powers and Duties of the Office,’ they weren’t talking about mere eccentricities.
But the Daily Mail seems to forget that with Jews, the rules and customs of a nation and its government mean nothing if the feelings of the Chosen have been offended, and this will likely forever be the legacy of Donald Trump.
The humorous part of it all?
Trump hasn’t really done much to hurt the Jews as of yet other than his humiliation and exposure of the Lugenpresse.