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Letter: Vote to stop White House cabal


Times-News

The Preamble to the Constitution named these minimum values to preserve for Americans as long as our nation shall stand: “We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our posterity”.  

These standards are addressed in our Constitution and Bill of Rights and our elected officials take an oath to uphold and defend these guarantees. Their actions as officials are thus bound by the Constitution, until Trump.

As you take steps to vote this November, beware of granting more power to the current White House cabal. 

Trump leads an outlaw administration where the existing law is simply reinterpreted by a toady attorney general and his compliant crew of select lawyers. This is why the cabal is frequently corrected by courts all over America. Rudy Giuliani, the president’s current “personal lawyer” explained it clearly when he said, “truth is not truth”, meaning they are in the process of re-interpreting everything to fit their chosen set of morals. Trump doesn’t listen to anyone; he expects his cabal to follow his orders without question. His morals are often stated in tweets as he daily broadcasts his superstitions and theories, before an astonished world.

Like Putin, Trump is determined to silence the free media and create the Cult of Trump, his followers spreading his word and accusing those who correct him of seeking to destroy some great old American heyday. Thankfully, when things get back to reality, lights will come on in our minds that America was great because Americans pulled together to realize the benefits of our Constitution for all.

John C Miller, Randleman