State Department Helping Trump Violate Constitutional Laws

October 4, 2019

Apparently the US State Department has actually
been helping Donald Trump violate the US constitution, uh, at every possible turn. According to a bombshell, new report from
Reuters, seven different foreign governments in just Donald Trump’s first year in office
2017, uh, submitted applications to the State Department, a grand total of 13 applications,
basically saying, hey, we know we’re a foreign government. We know you got this new guy that owns a lot
of properties. We actually want to buy or lease or renew
a lease or rent one of these properties of his, we’re trying to uphold the law here cause
we got to do this. Here’s our note requesting this. Please pass this on to Congress because Congress
has to approve it. That’s how you avoid any violation of the
emoluments clause. If Congress approves it, everything’s A-OK. There’s no rule breaking. There’s no shredding of the constitution. Everything’s good to go. And it’s really sad that these foreign governments
knew that. And yet the president himself did not. And apparently the folks at the State Department
didn’t know that either because they never sent those requests to Congress. They just approved them. And that ladies and gentlemen is illegal. So once again, we have evidence showing that
Donald Trump this time with the help of the State Department, broke the law by violating
the emoluments clause. This is clear as day. There is no question about this. We know now that this happened, we know the
State Department did not follow the rule of law and they did not get congressional approval,
but they went ahead and approved it anyway, allowing these foreign governments to rent
properties, pay rent that would eventually end up back in Donald Trump’s pocket. That is in a monument that is illegal, that
is a violation of the United States constitution. Uh, but again, really shocked that these other
countries who happened to be Iraq, Kuwait, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Thailand,
and several countries from the European Union, that they actually knew the rule of law here
in the United States and they, to their credit, actually tried to do the right thing. You know, regardless of your opinion of these
countries, you know, I’m not a huge fan of Saudi Arabia by any stretch of the imagination. One of the worst human rights abusers on the
planet and yet even they said, well, hold up. We got to do things by the book here. We don’t want to screw anybody over. We don’t want to get anybody in trouble. We don’t want to break the law. In this instance, we’ll break the law in every
other instance in our own country and cross the glow, but not here. We want to make sure we get this property
legally and we don’t get Donald Trump at any trouble and yet in spite of their best efforts,
they still came up against the State Department that said, Nah, screw it. We don’t need approval. Let’s do this. What’s the worst that could happen? Well, the worst that could happen is that
Donald Trump right now is facing multiple different lawsuits from different parties
in different courts for violations of the emoluments clause. One of those cases was actually just ruled
on this week where the judge said, hell yeah, this thing’s moving forward. Buckle up big guy. It’s going to be a long ride. Things aren’t looking good for Donald Trump. I mean, that’s pretty obvious. It’s been a pretty bad couple of weeks for
him. Ever since the, uh, Muller report wrapped
up, he thought that was the end of his problems, but oh no. Things have gotten so much worse for him since
then. Between the emoluments lawsuits between the
Deutsche Bank and capital one, law suits that he’s filed to shut them up, the lawsuits he’s
had to file against Democrats to stop them from seeking records. His attorney general now could be facing impeachment. He could be facing impeachment because his
attorney general lied about the obstruction of justice evidence. Holy Hell, this man is not having a good couple
weeks. And to be honest, I couldn’t think of a better
person for this string of misfortunes to happen too.

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