Where do I begin? This article could be very long and very boring if I attempted to include every unscrupulous and even criminal action committed by Trump and his circle of sinners. There have been so many ethics violations that the media is ignoring them. They have accepted these immoral acts as commonplace in the Trump administration.
Therefore, let’s take a look at a couple of the most egregious violations committed by Trump and his circle of sinners.
Of most importance is the proven connection between Trump and Vladimir Putin. There is no coincidence that many of Trump’s closest associates have relationships with the Russian government. It has been confirmed that Putin began interfering in our election in 2015. The foreign press has evidence that the “Golden Showers Dossier” is factual.
Rex Tillerson is now Trump’s Secretary of State. He has close business and personal ties with Putin. Former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, was paid to speak for Putin, and maintained a relationship with the Russian president after the events. Before Kellyanne Conway sullied your television set, Paul Manafort was Trump’s campaign manager. Until know, we were uncertain of the reasons he resigned.
We know that he was paid millions of dollars to protect the financial interests of Ukraine’s deposed President, Viktor Yanukovych, and received many of his orders directly from Putin.
A message was sent to Manafort’s daughter’s iPhone. It was an apparent attempt to blackmail Manafort while he was running Trump’s campaign by the current Ukraine government.
“Considering all the facts and evidence that are in my possession, and before possible decision whether to pass this to [the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine] or FBI I would like to get your opinion on this and maybe your way to work things out that will persuade me to do otherwise,” the message reads.
It’s time for the truth.
Trump’s circle of sinners is whiter than an episode of “Leave it to Beaver.” They are not representative of the real United States of America.
When Trump threw out the black resident of the White House, he inherited a single Muslim woman, who worked in the National Security Council.
Rumana Ahmed was hired after her graduation from Georgetown University by the Obama Administration in 2011. Ms. Ahmed whore a hijab, and says that she was treated with respect in the Obama White House; she felt welcome and included. She says that throughout the 2016 campaign season, she experienced the same distress shared by all Muslim-Americans. Trump’s rhetoric frightened her, and even the possibility that he might become the nation’s president was unsettling.
When Trump invaded the White House, Ms. Ahmed believed that she should stay on-board, and help the new administration understand Islam, and the concerns of Muslim-Americans. She lasted eight days.
When Trump issued an executive order banning Muslims from seven states, and all Syrian refugees, she was no longer comfortable. Ms. Ahmed said that arriving at our nation’s most revered residence, and understanding what it previously represented, became overwhelming.
Ms. Ahmed offered her resignation to Michael Anton, Trump’s senior security adviser in the NSC. She later learned that Anton had written an essay under a pseudonym, “extolling the virtues of authoritarianism and attacking diversity as a “weakness,” and Islam as “incompatible with the modern West.”
Ms. Ahmed’s past history can be shared by many Muslim-Americans. Her parents moved to America from Bangladesh in 1978. They worked hard to insure that their children had a better life. It was her choice whether or not to wear the hijab. Until 9/11, she never thought much about it. Then in 2016, when Trump denounced all Muslims as terrorists, her fear grew to a level she never could have anticipated. Mosques all over the United States have received threats, and some have been vandalized or set on fire.
This is another ‘Trump effect.’
The positive effect is that Americans from all religions, races, and ethnic backgrounds have begun to band together in a united front against Trump and his circle of sinners. Trump is not an ‘American’ president.
We can defeat the man from the golden tower; we have the power. Join the revolution and take back your country from the fascist who lives in the White House.
By James Turnage
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