Donald Trump is the 45th President of the
United States of America;
he is also a President who faces a rocky road from day one of assuming the Oval
liberal elite want rid of him and are set to challenge him at every turn using
the law and in one case ‘fake tears’.
The fake tears coming from Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer who started to get ‘upset’ by an immigration travel ban.
I wonder is there evidence of him crying or making a fuss when President Obama dropped 100,000 bombs on countries in the
Here is the Youtube video of the ‘Crying Game’.
Feel free to virtue signal if you want to your family, close friends, work comrades and the public in the street.
As the Trump executive order came into force, their has been a fund raising drive by the American Civil Liberties Union which has raised $24 million since Saturday morning and added more than 150,000 new members.
Another group to join the bandwagon and go legal is American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), they have also filed their legal case against what it terms the "Muslim Exclusion Order".
The anti Trump brigade has decided to use to the Constitution to and cite that the ban is going against the First Amendment of the Constitution.
If that is the case that these people are basing their point and going to the Supreme Court then they will lose. They will lose because the Trump immigration ban is not about religion; it is about people from seven countries regardless of religion. US Government lawyers will also cite in evidence the executive order which makes no reference to religion and also cite precedents of the past.
Actions of the Obama Administration!
The actions of Trump mirror the actions of Obama, the American Civil Liberties Union nor anyone else it seemed ran to the Courts to complain when Obama pushed his Bill through Congress.
While it is true that the Trump immigration ban affects Muslims, it also affects Christians and people of other faiths and none.
In a show of disloyalty, acting attorney general Sally Yates refused to uphold the ban, she was appointed by Barack Obama; she ordered justice department lawyers not to enforce the president's executive order off her own bat.
After leading the ‘rebellion’, Ms. Yates was promptly fired by President Donald Trump which was the right thing to do, I would have done the same thing as Trump. The Trump administration was quick to condemn her in a White House statement they accused Ms Yates of "betraying" the justice department and being "weak on borders".
The Trump crowd need to get better PR people who recognise who to turn a mountain into a molehill.
Ms. Yates’ replacement is Dana Boente,
US attorney for the Eastern
District of Virginia who steps up to the plate, he said he was "honoured
to serve President Trump" and immediately directed his new department to
enforce the controversial order.
One out and one in, it seems that Ms. Yates wasn’t the ‘indispensable man’ and tripped up over her ego going out the door.
What I find laughable was Ms. Yates had no problem when Barack Obama was doing the same thing but suddenly grew a conscience when Donald Trump followed the same lead as Obama.
Did Ms. Yates act the same when Obama was ruling the roost?
Or, is she a newly discovered activist?
So, what now?
The World will continue to turn, Ms. Yates will not be a news story, her gesture is meaningless and perhaps someone should keep an eye open how long it takes her to find another job.
Some people have a habit of shouting the odds and being ‘radical’ on the way out the door because they have something else lined up.
As Ms. Yates was an Obama Administration holdover, she was due for replacement anyway.
Also what seems to be a ‘campaign’ of sorts, 100 career state department officials has condemning the immigration action as un-American in a letter, no such letter exists of them protesting the Obama Administration for doing the exact same thing. In fact, the same 100 career state department officials were noticeably quiet when 100,000
bombs were dropped on the Middle East by the Obama
Finally, the new U.S. attorney Dana Boente has a reputation for being tough but even-handed, it seems that Ms. Yates fell on her rubber sword to only find out that she had been replaced by the ‘better man’.
The Campaign for Human Rights at