Is Trump’s Travel Ban which he Claims is Related to the Coronavirus is Actually a Ploy to Increase Profits for his European Hotels?


Although he was impeached, Donald John Trump remains in the White House because Moscow Mitch McConnell created a sham trial guaranteed to acquit DJT and allow him to continue violating the Constitution. This sham trial refused to allow a single witness and was a crime against America.

Since that day, February 7, 2020, Trump has used his gift from the Republican Party to commit additional crimes against America because he was guaranteed his status as “above the law of the land.”

Trump’s failures to address the threat from the coronavirus seriously may be his “Achilles Heel.”

Trump made a decision to restrict travel from Europe to the United States to prevent additional infestation from the virus. However, these restrictions were not enforced in nations where DJT has hotels.

According to ‘Politico:’ “The U.S. government proclamation initiating the ban targets 26 European countries that comprise a visa-free travel zone known as the Schengen Area.

“The United Kingdom, which is home to Trump Turnberry and Trump International Golf Links, and Ireland, which is home to another Trump-branded hotel and golf course at Doonbeg, do not participate in the Schengen Area. Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania are also not part of the Schengen Area. All three of the resorts are struggling financially.”

This is another Constitutional violation. The Emoluments Clause is definitive and forbids a president from benefitting from foreign investments while holding the office of President of the United States.

Several additional issues are involved in Trump’s limited ban. The European Union was quick to denounce another rash and ill-advised action by your illegitimate president.

“The Coronavirus is a global crisis, not limited to any continent and it requires cooperation rather than unilateral action,” European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and European Council President Charles Michel said in a joint statement.

“The European Union disapproves of the fact that the U.S. decision to impose a travel ban was taken unilaterally and without consultation,” they said, adding that the bloc was “taking strong action to limit the spread of the virus.”

Currently there are less than 500 cases of the coronavirus in the United Kingdom. There are more than 1,300 cases in the United States.

What motive might Trump have for the ban? Think about it.

“The Truth Lives Here”

Op-ed by James Turnage


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