American Protester War

Now that Mr. Trump has declared war on American citizens, now more than ever do we need to call on congress to remove this treat against our country. If you need assistance drafting what to demand from them, I can give some assistance:

Dear Legislator:
With Mr. Trump’s contempt for his oath of office and blatant criminal actions, he must be arrested immediately and removed from office now. It is completely intolerable to have the person holding the office of president willfully violating laws and acting faithlessly to the people he serves.

On June 1, 2020, Mr. Trump abused the office of the White House and ordered law enforcement to use crowd control techniques. He did not give this order to uphold the rule of law, but to clear the area for a personal photo opportunity for himself. To do this, he had officers of the law physically assault Americans to forcefully remove them from a public area they had a lawful right to occupy and he also threatened to use unlawful force if they did not halt their constitutionally protected right to protests against him and other people using their position to get away with their crimes.

This behavior by Mr. Trump to commit violent acts against the people he is obligated to serve demands his swift removal from office. He must stand trial for the people he has already directly harmed under titles 10 U.S. Code § 928. Art. 128. Assault and 18 U.S. Code § 2101. Riots, along with every other law he broke launching his war against our country. This individual is must be held accountable for his actions.

Trump's War Against America

Violation of Oath of Office

Given Mr. Trump and his legal team’s only defense to the serious crimes he committed against the United States and our rule of law is, “he was elected by the electoral college, so he can commit crimes against the country and its people all he wants,” we all need to contact our senators to demand they enforce the rule of law and the US Constitution! As always, I do have a template, but I wrote this one at work. So, you’ll want to proof read it much more carefully and make corrections to any errors I made.

Dear Senator:
In light that we know that Mr. Donald J. Trump embezzled $391 million in full violation of criminal code “18 U.S. Code § 653. Disbursing officer misusing public funds” in an attempt to coerce Ukraine to open investigations into personal adversaries in order to defame persons whose reputation Mr. Trump wants to tarnish for personal gain, you must vote to remove him from his office of public trust. And given Mr. Trump embezzled funds congress had already certified for release to Ukraine while working in willful or unwillful concert with Russia – an adversary of the United States of America – whom Mr. Trump has turned to before for personal and political gain at the expense of rights of the citizens of the United States and the country, we should be especially skeptical of why he is consorting with Russia again. Mr. Trump has knowledge Ukraine is in active conflict with Russia, and has used this fact to amplify the distress the withholding of aid would have on a country at war while guising his crime as a pause to reverify a policy that had already been confirm to have been met by Ukraine, believing everyone would focus on the war rather than the felony he was committing in the name of the United States. This is an egregious crime and he must be held accountable for it.

Mr. Donald J. Trump has demonstratably violated his oath of office to faithfully execute the office of the president and has failed to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. Unless he presents a rational defense to willfully violating federal law, there is only one remedy for Mr. Donald J. Trump’s actions. He must be removed from the office of the White House before he does irreversible, detrimental damage to our sovereignty and our rule of law. If you allow this man to remain in power, it will be viewed as your active and will participation as a coconspirator in the crimes Mr. Trump has, is, and will continue to commit until he is no longer in office.

Treachery May Be Afoot

If the Senate does not defend the United States Constitute, they will prove they have betrayed the country. If you want a template to remind your senators of their obligation to the United States, you may use the following:

Dear Senator:
If you refuse to defend the United States’ Constitution, you will prove treachery is abound and rampant in the Senate.

Treachery May be Afoot

Phony President

With Mr. Trump’s declaration that he will not honor his oath of office, you should contact your members of congress to have him removed from office. If you want help as to what to say, you make use what I did:

Dear Legislator:
With Mr. Donald J. Trump declaration of Article I, Section 9, Clause 8 of the U.S. Constitution as “phony,” he has demonstrated undisputable evidence that he cannot nor will not honor his oath of office to “faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of [his] Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.” Having stated he will not follow the supreme law of the country, he much be impeached and removed from office immediately.

Phony President

Extortion and Embezzlement

In revelation of the news today that US aid was embezzled for use as extortion against the government of Ukraine to coerce the country into digging up dirt on people Mr. Trump fears, you probably are finding yourself wanting to write your members of congress about crimes Mr. Trump is known to have committed. If you need help with what to say, you may use what I have to say as the basis for what you tell your members.

Dear Legislator:
With Mr. Mick Mulvaney’s admission that U.S. aid was withheld from Ukraine until it agreed to Mr. Donald J. Trump’s demand to investigate persons he wanted compromising material on, Mr. Trump has violated Title 18 Chapter 41 § 872 of the US criminal code. And by the very nature of the use of funds designated as aid to Ukraine by Congress as a means to extort officials from the country into investigating people at his behest, Mr. Trump, he is also fully in violation of Title 18 Chapter 31 § 654 of the US criminal code. With the amount of funds embezzled by Mr. Trump being almost $400 million for use for extortion, there is no dispute these offenses fall under the definition of high crimes in the United States of America. The only remedy for these crimes is the prompt impeachment, conviction, and removal of Mr. Trump from the office of the White House and ban from ever holding any federal office of public trust again. His complete betrayals of the United States and the office of the president cannot be allowed to continue.

Extortion and Embezzlement

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