If Donald Trump Was Put In Office Illegally.

If it is determined as a fact that Donald Trump became president through an illegal process and should be deposed, then it stands to reason that a roll back take place to allow Hillary Clinton, who actually won the election, take that office for a full term as follows:

  • Hillary Clinton will  become president for a full term of 4 years beginning when Trump is forced to leave office along with his staff.
  • The vice president is required to vacate his office along with his staff.
  • All “supreme” court appointments made by Trump are invalid and will be forced to resign.
  • All department heads appointed by the Trump administration including foreign service ambassadors and dipomats can be replaced by the new president.
  • All legislation signed by Trump is null and void unless approved by the new administration.
  • All congressional legislation that passed because of Vice President Pence making the deciding vote must be retracted.
  • All president cabinet positions should be vacated when and if replaced by President Hillary and at her discretion.
  • All cabinet officials policy measures, taken while in office with Trump, should be rescinded at the discretion of Hilary Clinton’s new administration allowing a period of her full 4 year term to make such determinations.
  • Any of the above requirements can be modified by the new president at her discretion.

How Did Trump Become President?

A pretty interesting list of why Trump won the election can be found at the CNN web site: How did Trump Win? Here are 24 theories.

Let me cover my own list below:

The Housing Crisis:

The Obama administration “did not go all out to punish those whose malfeasance and irresponsibility blew up the financial system and economy. This sense of injustice is one reason why the US has elected the wrecking crew…” Trump.  (1)

White Evangelicals:

Evangelical support fits right in with Republican values which are in part:
“But major evangelical leaders such as Franklin Graham and Jerry Falwell Jr. defend Trump and see him as an ally in the culture wars.” (2)

“White evangelicals are more than twice as likely as any other group of evangelicals to oppose government funding to combat climate change or policies to tax the wealthy.” (3)

“Fully 50 percent of white evangelicals in our survey agree that “immigrants hurt the economy”” (3)

“…white evangelicals fear losing racial status. White evangelicals’ perceptions they’re the targets of discrimination – more so than other groups …” (3)

“Never underestimate the hypocrisy of white evangelicals.” (4)

Where You Live

Looking at a map of Democratic vs Republican voters the map sort of looks like a blue book ends with a huge red center. The red Republican states are not along the east and west coast but in the center and away from large cities. (5)

Why is location apparently so significant?

One explanation is the heartland people mix way less with different ethnic populations. Heartland isolation may lead to whites in these areas feeling the immigrant populations from the coasts are encroaching into their current life style. Coastal populations have a natural influx of immigrants. Native born whites in coastal areas are typically in constant contact with individuals from other ethnic backgrounds and have become accustomed. (6)

Russia Did Swing The Election To Trump

“Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper now says the evidence that Russian President Vladimir Putin swung the election to Trump “is staggering.”” (7)

“Clint Watts, a former FBI agent, writes in his recent book, “Messing with the Enemy,” that “Russia absolutely influenced the U.S. presidential election,” especially in Michigan and Wisconsin, where Trump’s winning margin was less than 1 percent in each state.” (8)

“Without the Russian influence effort, I believe Trump would not have even been within striking distance of Clinton on Election Day.” That is the inconvenient truth the Putin Republicans won’t admit.” (8)

Posted September 16, 2018