No President can keep the oath to protect and defend the United States against foreign invasion or terrorist events on U.S. soil so long as rogue judges continue to use abusive and subversive powers not granted to them in Article III of the U.S. Constitution. Judicial activism and tyranny must be stopped by the Executive branch or the President cannot faithfully execute the laws of this land or keep his oath to protect and defend the people of the United States.
FULL STORY at CDJ NEWS - http://cdjnews.com/2017/03/rogue-judges-emerge-primary-threat-presi...
Rouge judges, and useless Congress; Now add a sleepy headed uninformed populace that has no interest in holding any of our elected and non-elected Government officials accountable for anything.
We-The-People are the ones to blame in all of this. We have allowed these rouge judges to literally get away with murder and have done nothing to stop them. Our Congress has no interest in stopping them.
Can we hold our elected representatives accountable? How? According to our Constitution the people have the right to file a redress of grievances. (We can file our list of complaints", ) But can, or will, WE be heard?? (Don't hold your breath)
If I'm not mistaken I think we tried that in 2014. And we see how far that got Ammon Bundy, Cliven Bundy and Terry Trussell. We see what happened when Lavoy Finnicum attempted to go to a Sheriff for help.
Yes; We elected President Donald J. Trump to "Drain the Swamp". We all know that he can not do that alone.
Even IF we were somehow to manage to get a committee in front of Congress to express our list of grievances would people like Dianne Feinstein, Paul Ryan, John McCain, Nancy Pelosi, or any of the others listen?
I think not.
When elected officials like Senator Dianne Feinstein and John McCain say the Constitution is a "Living Document" and that it should "evolve" with the current times then they are clearly saying that they do NOT believe in our Constitution. So why would anyone expect them to evict or remove rouge judges that have elevated themselves to the rolls of supper Government rulers? These rouge judges have indeed elevated themselves to a position above all others, above the Congress, above the Executive branch. And they certainly don't recognize any power or authority of the people.
the ans to that is SHIP ALL OF THE REFUGEES TO HAWAII TO JUDGE WATSONS HOME AND WHEN HELL BREAKS LOOSE AND THEIR MOSQUES ARE BUILT AND TOURISM DROPS THEN WATCH
Here's a plug for a book I think deserves a plug;
Michael Savage; Trump’s War: His Battle for America
And a pretty good article about it on Breitbart;
After all, Savage was one of Trump’s earliest supporters. But instead of taking the easy route, Savage has written Trump’s War: His Battle for America, a comprehensive battle plan for the Trump administration ranging from his familiar topics of “borders, language, and culture,” to economics and the deep state.
Savage’s thesis is straightforward. The election of President Donald Trump was not a final victory, but instead a first shot in the coming political war. He draws a comparison to the Revolutionary War in the first chapter:
The war for independence wasn’t won at Lexington and Concord in 1775. That was only the beginning. The colonists would have to fight the mightiest empire in the world for eight long years before their independence was finally secured.
Trump and the patriots who elected him are going to have to fight their own eight-year war as well. The question is, what will that war look like? How is Donald Trump going to make good on all his campaign promises?
Savage’s detractors might be put off by the militant tone of the book, starting with its title: Trump’s War: His Battle for America. Savage considers this war to be a psychological fight, but we’ve witnessed physical violence against Trump supporters both before and after his election, and even allegedly against Michael Savage himself.
If you aren’t a regular listener of The Michael Savage Show, Trump’s War will be a baptism by fire. Savage is running on all cylinders from page one, which means this book has less in common with a smooth takeoff and ascent to cruising altitude than it does with a catapult-assisted launch from an aircraft carrier with afterburners aflame.
Savage pulls no punches in Trump’s War, he writes with the same trademark bombast with which he delivers his radio program. Former President Obama is called the “Marxist in Chief”, and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan is called “Obama’s beard.” The disdain Savage has for White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, who he calls “Rinso,” is palpable throughout the book.
A Michael Savage book wouldn’t be authentic without including his style, but Trump’s War cannot be easily dismissed for a little name-calling. Savage makes thoughtful points in every chapter, backing up his opinions and thoughts with factual data that is frequently footnoted.