he says stupid things but who hasn't?
Why does anyone give him the time of day to speak? He's really not that bright.
The only reason he didn't reach Bush's level of hatred is he had the media under his desk.
...prestige of the Presidency declined so rapidly after President Obama left office.
They are frightened because He is a frightening individual. He attacks war veterans,
women, blacks, latinos...
Albert and Evelyn Turner and Spencer Hogue were indicted by Alabama Attorney General Jeff Sessions, in January 1985 on 29 counts, for mail fraud, conspiracy to commit voting fraud and voting more than once. Sessions and his assistants claimed the defendants filled out the disputed absentee ballots themselves. Each faced decades in prison. “It was hell,” remembers Evelyn Turner, now 80. (Her husband died in 2000.) “We had always helped people with voting, for ages, and they trusted us. Why would you mess with someone’s ballot, if you knew it wasn’t what they wanted? We weren’t fools.”
Hank Sanders organized a team that included defense lawyers from the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund and the Southern Poverty Law Center, including Guinier. The Perry case attracted national attention in part because aspects of the prosecution appeared unprecedented. Sessions was the first federal prosecutor to pursue allegations of absentee-voter fraud in a strictly local election, James Liebman, one of the NAACP lawyers, testified to the Senate in 1986, and the first to bring the might of the federal government to bear over a relatively small number of ballots. Liebman also described evidence of absentee-voting irregularities, including altered ballots, on behalf of candidates, both black and white, who were primarily supported by white voters. But Sessions told the Senate that “no evidence was presented to us at that time of fraud by whites, at least anything credible.”
Justice Department policy in the 1980s supported bringing election cases “only when federal involvement is either necessary to vindicate paramount federal interests, or as a prosecutor of last resort to redress longstanding patterns of egregious electoral abuse.” Yet the Public Integrity Section of Ronald Reagan’s Justice Department approved Sessions’s case, saying it was not motivated by racial bias. Soon after the F.B.I. staked out the Perry County post office, the United States attorney general issued a statement that seemed related to Sessions’s prosecution: “Federal law prohibits political participants from intentionally seeking out the elderly, the socially disadvantaged or the illiterate for the purpose of subjugating their electoral will.”
When the Turners and Hogue went to trial, in June 1985, their supporters came in such numbers that entry to the courtroom in Selma required a ticket. Witness after witness among the 17 voters who testified said that while they’d received assistance from the Turners and Hogue to fill out their ballots, they’d done so willingly. The exceptions were members of a single family of six, who said their ballots were altered without their permission.
During the trial, the prosecution adopted an exceptionally broad theory, arguing that it was a crime for a voter to sign a ballot that someone else filled out for him. “Even if the voter authorizes someone to complete the ballot?” the judge asked. “That is correct,” one of Sessions’s assistants said. The judge ruled that this theory was contrary to election law and the Constitution, and at the close of trial, threw out many of the counts against the Turners and Hogue. They were acquitted of the rest by the jury, which had been picked in Mobile and had seven black members and five white ones.
And yet we have Liberal/Social Justice Warriors on the other side of the fence dressing up like members of ISIS, vandalizing property, physically assaulting people who don't agree with them (one woman was maced live on camera), bully and intimidate, whine and cry, talk about how they hate white people (even though most of them are brainwashed 20-year old white college brats) and are generally hysterical pussies.
I've seen videos of these pussy kids and it reminds me of a cult.
If you recall (or not), there were riots after Obama was elected as well.
He rolled out a ban on travel from certain countries that was so poorly constructed and imprecise courts throughout the U.S. found it to violate aspects of the U.S. Constitution (the Establishment Clause and the Equal Protection clause) and federal laws prohibiting a religious test or standard for actions of the U.S. government.
He spent time during his first 10 days in Office as POTUS bashing and mocking a civil rights icon who marched with Dr. Martin Luther King and who was clubbed and beaten by the police in Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina and Mississippi. This is a man who put his own health and safety, arguably his own life, on the line so that an entire segment of disenfranchised Americans can exercise their right to vote, against the forces of State and Local governments who sought to thwart them of such rights.
With several cities in the U.S. with drinking water supplies/sources being suspect (Flint and other http://www.esquire.com/news-politics/politics/news/a45451/lead-water-crisis-33-cities/), Trump signed executive orders and the GOP has passed measures allowing coal mining companies to dump excavated soils produced during surface mining efforts, to dump this waste soil directly into the ground water sources. This "waste" soil often contains metallurgic components that have been found dangerous to human health.
For instance he alienates our allies while praising Vladimir Putin. He questions the value of NATO, while aligning himself with Russia and Syria's Assad.
You have a link for this? The media has been very biased against Trump and some still are unfortunately, they love spinning what he says.
Yeah I remember a story about this ages back, before Trump became president, possibly even before his election campaign became so interesting and a media hit. It doesnt say anything about Trump unless Im mistaken? Also this problem didnt happen overnight obviously.
<blockquote>For instance he alienates our allies while praising Vladimir Putin. He questions the value of NATO, while aligning himself with Russia and Syria's Assad.