Are we the people ready to take Ameria back from The Power Elite and their Corrupt Politicians?
We are the people of "THE CONSTITUTIONAL MOVEMENT OF AMERICA" and we want you to join us. Who are we looking for; any person over the age of eightreen that is within the bounderys of The United States of America and is willing to join in the fight for our country. You must be willing to devote your time, your body and your determination to win this battle. You must also be willing to put aside any and all differences that our oppresers have used to seperate us in the past. We are all one people "Americans" and you cannot join this movement if you can't put aside past issues that have kept us divided. There is one other requiste we must ask of all members of the movement. No member of The Liberty Movement shall ever bring a firearm to one of our actions or activities. We believe in the right to bare arms, but this is a passive revolution. We have the power as long as we are peaceful. We
can do more with masses of protesters in quardinated protests and
nationwide sit ins than they can do with their guns and laws. We also
have the power of economics; if enough of us stopped buying anything for
just one day it would scare the various governments that subjugate us
into takeing us seriously. We in the movement have other opperations
in contingency, peaceful of course, No Goverment or armed force can stop
an army of peaceful but resistant freedom fighters.
constitution broken: Or go to the chat room "Save America Now" , I'm always up for a good heated conversation,,,DRM.
constitution broken: Well this room never got any attention, so If you're interested and have access to Facebook then check out The American Constitutional Movement....later...DRM.
davidlyncr: I have found your forum. I think you have a lot of issues that you need to handle because you cannot chose either Republican nor Democrat . It appears that you cannot be undivided. . Nothing to discuss if you don't want to . Just a commit. Thank you constitution broken for standing for something even if it small issue
constitution broken: If you think The Constitution and the way it was used to sell out the American people is no big deal either go back and research your constitutional history and our forefathers...then we can compare notes...otherwise email me at email@example.com and I'll send you some of my research.
On your feeling that I need to choose a side; that exemplifies what is wrong with America today; I don't have to choose a side; I can make one of my own and if enough people join me...we have a side of our own...The Peoples Side...drm.
constitution broken: As usual david; you missed the message...you are like the guy at a Chinese restaurant who wants me to pick one from column A or column B and I keep telling you there's a column C that you just want to ignore.
We can go back and forth on Trump, but neither one of us is gonna change positions; you believe Trump will be vindicated , and I know he's probably gonna be the first president to go to prison for his actions....history will tell; and sooner than later my friend...drm.
carrie5574: People are fickle. Put one shiny toy at a toime. Trump knows this, he tries to keep dangling something or does something stupid to keep the ordinary joes mind occupied. It works for him.
carrie5574: North korea is going to be a big game changer. Now the question is what to do about the nuke nutever hear of kharma. Do we go to the U N for help? Or ask countries that we told they need to pay for help from us. An the U N . Will the prez put more nuclear weapons out there in the hands of japan. Do we stop fighting with China about the land they built in the ocean and ask for their help. Surely we will not ask Russia for help. Or. The biggie. ? W weekwill we go to war with north Korea
It's going to be an interesting year
S W l N E:
A little quiet around the Forum without DRM.... the whole place has gone chaotic without his context policing.
carrie5574: Trump is distracting the American people once again. The raid on his campaign manager Manafort seems to have made him nervous. He would rather start a war than face what it seems to be coming. It must be really something. Don't get caught up in the drama thrown at you by trump, stay alert to whatever the investigation turns up. Get your popcorn! !
davidlyncr: constitiution broken read a weep
The Mueller report should be rejected and not believed – it's fatally flawed
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has finally presented his report to Attorney General William Barr, after spending almost two years and tens of millions of taxpayer dollars on the effort. But whatever the report reveals, it is the product of a process and a special counsel team that were both fatally flawed from the beginning.
As a result, the Mueller report should be rejected out of hand by every American who cares at all about the concept of fundamental fairness that our founders intended to be a primary guiding principle for our government officials.
No matter what’s in the report, Mueller has already ensured that a large portion of the public will never have confidence in it.
MUELLER SUBMITS LONG-AWAITED RUSSIA PROBE REPORT TO JUSTICE DEPARTMENT
One expert after another has tried to predict what the report on Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election – and allegations that Trump or his associates conspired with Russia to win the election – will say, and what the consequences will be.
It’s a sure thing that no one will be fully satisfied with the report – no matter what it says.
Many Americans cheered when Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed Special Counsel Mueller to investigate alleged collusion between President Trump’s campaign and Russia. The president has said many times that “there was no collusion.”
For some opponents of President Trump, anything that might paralyze his administration and stymie his ability to make policy was most welcome – even an investigation based on a lie.
For others, there was a genuine concern, fueled by the media, that there might actually be something to investigate. They were all for getting to the bottom of it – even if they were never told exactly what “it” was.
On the other hand, many other Americans felt there was no justification for appointing a special counsel, citing the dearth of evidence and the existence of other options provided under Sec. 600.2 of the special counsel regulations.
The Mueller report should be rejected by every American who cares about the concept of fairness, because it is the product of a process and a special counsel team that were both fatally flawed from the beginning.
Those who believe no special counsel was needed questioned whether the criteria for the appointment had been met. They were puzzled by Mueller’s choices for his team, and they were uncomfortable with being kept in the dark about how broad a mandate Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein would give Mueller.
From evidence made public before Mueller submitted his report, it’s clear that the early concerns about the special counsel appointment, his team, and his mission didn’t even scratch the surface.
There are several core principles underlying the special counsel regulations.
First, under Sec. 600.1, the appointment of a special counsel is only triggered when a determination is made that a criminal investigation of a person or matter is warranted, when the Justice Department has a conflict of interest, and when the appointment would be in the public interest.
Second, under Sec. 600.3, the investigation must be conducted by a special counsel team with a reputation for integrity and impartial decision-making.
But under Mueller, the special counsel process and team utterly failed to meet those fundamental principles.
The decision to appoint Mueller was corrupted by people with a clear political bias and agenda, who hoped to accomplish through the Justice Department and the special counsel process what they could not accomplish through a fair election.
Top Justice Department officials who were directly involved in the decision to appoint Mueller as special counsel hated President Trump with all their hearts and souls, and were committed to acting on that hatred.
FBI Director James Comey, for instance, has admitted to leaking documents for the specific purpose of getting a special counsel appointed who would investigate the president.
Comey's deputy – Andrew McCabe – has reported in detail that Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein, who appointed Mueller and crafted Mueller’s mandate, concocted a bizarre plan to try to remove President Trump from office.
Both Comey and McCabe have since been sharply criticized by the Justice Department inspector general for their misconduct. And both have written and heavily promoted books in which they viciously attack President Trump. Criminal investigations against the two fired top FBI top officials are pending.
In addition, we also now know that some of the same high-ranking officials involved in Mueller’s appointment were aware that information underpinning the rationale for that appointment was derived from an unreliable source.
These officials also knew that the source – former British spy Christopher Steele – was funded by supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Yet they concealed these material facts from federal judges in order to get permission to spy on American citizens.
The process of appointing Mueller as a special counsel was, therefore, improper from its inception. Any report derived from that process will be the fruit of a most poisonous tree.
The special counsel process can only work if the special counsel’s team is composed entirely of lawyers who have earned a reputation for the highest integrity and impartiality. Only then can the public have any confidence in the results of their investigation.
An honest and unbiased approach was especially important for the Mueller probe, since the public has not even been allowed to know the full parameters of their investigation, which were established unilaterally by Rosenstein.
Further, the special counsel regulations in Sec. 600.4 grant members of the special counsel’s team extraordinary power, allowing them to unilaterally charge or threaten to charge anyone they decide interfered with or somehow obstructed their investigation – perhaps just by failing to give them the answers they wanted to hear.
For most people, of course, the threat of criminal indictment and all of the associated financial, emotional, family, and career consequences can be overwhelming. Even strong-willed people can be tempted to succumb to the pressure and make up a story that will fit a biased prosecutor’s agenda.
Considering both the serious nature of any investigation of the president of the United States and the enormous power wielded by the special counsel team, fair-minded Americans would expect each member of Mueller’s handpicked team to meet the highest standards of integrity and impartiality. This is required not only by the regulations, but more importantly, by the fundamental American value of fairness.
Instead, for reasons known only to him, Mueller inexcusably decided to pick lawyers who abysmally failed these criteria. By doing so, Mueller absolutely guaranteed that any report issued by his team would never be accepted by anyone other than the most adamant Trump haters – and even then, only to the extent that it maligns the president.
Mueller cannot possibly offer a satisfactory explanation for why he chose to ignore the vast universe of honest, talented, and politically uninvolved lawyers who would have granted his investigation credibility and legitimacy, and instead assembled such a transparently biased team.
Especially in today’s exceptionally polarized political climate, there can be no justification for selecting lawyers with deep ties to the Democratic Party to investigate a Republican president whose victory they considered illegitimate — at least not if Mueller cared at all about public confidence in his team’s work.
Americans who care to follow the facts simply cannot understand why Mueller would pick someone like Andrew Weissmann as his top deputy. Weissmann has developed a well-deserved reputation over the past three decades for wrongfully securing convictions by withholding evidence, misleading the courts, and otherwise perverting the justice system in some of the worst ways possible.
Mueller was well aware of Weissmann’s reputation when he picked him, having chosen to work with Weissmann at the FBI years earlier, even after Weissmann was singled out by a federal judge for his extraordinarily unethical conduct in a previous case.
Mueller also chose Jeannie Rhee, a lawyer who actually represented Hillary Clinton in the investigation of her email scandal. Again, Mueller knew exactly what he was doing. The special counsel selected Rhee from his own law firm. That choice is especially concerning now that we know the Justice Department went out of its way to protect Clinton from criminal prosecution related to her email scandal.
One can go right down the list of Mueller’s legal staff choices and fairly ask what he possibly could have been thinking in selecting these people.
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If he had any respect at all for the American people or any interest in conducting an honest investigation – rather than just providing a vehicle for Hillary Clinton supporters to try to change the election results – Mueller would never have staffed his team with investigators whose primary qualification was their deep-seated hatred of Donald Trump.
A nation conceived in liberty deserves far better than a special counsel report tainted by political bias and prepared to fit a political agenda. By definition, though, that’s exactly what the Mueller report surely must be.
Angry Beaver: constitution broken is just pissed that he predicted trump would be indicted and sacked 2 or so years ago SUCKER
The flying Squirrel: Dono CB had a Point , Does not matter who the president is or what Party , Its the Corperations that Run It , Industrialized Milatancy
In the book, Vidal explains the false history of the US and how this false history is used to manipulate people into supporting mass murder and corruption.
“I think everybody should take a sober look at the world about us, remember that practically everything that you’re told about other countries is untrue, what we’re told about ourselves and our great strength and how much we are loved – forget it,” wrote Vidal.
“Our strength is there, but it’s the kind of strength that blows off your hand while you hold up the renade; it’s a suicidal strength as well as a murderous one.”
Although Vidal died before realizing the plight of Julian Assange and the attack on the freedom of the press that it represents, he saw it coming decades in advance.
“It Doesn’t Actually Make Any Difference Whether The President Is Republican Or Democrat. The Genius Of The American Ruling Class Is That It Has Been Able To Make The People Think That They Have Had Something To Do With The Electing Of Presidents For 200 Years When They’ve Had Absolutely Nothing To Say About The Candidates Or The Policies Or The Way The Country Is Run.
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The flying Squirrel:
Sorry Trump Your No Such Thing , And you know it Otherwise you Wouldn"t Be There
The flying Squirrel: Yes Vadial , Were just Witnessed it AGAIN , People Mainipulated , Into Supporting Mass Murder
And Totall Corruption , We Only Have to look At Afgainistan And Iraq To see that , Yet these People Dont Even Know Wrong from Right , Yet they Sit There , Couldnt care Less About Millions of Deats , As long As they Justify Themselves With with Story"s of Mirrors or Ol Abe Lincon , Or Coearse people with Guilt Trips , Truly Evil
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