Hats off to Jeannie Suk Gersen of The New Yorker for a really fine article that makes the point that George Will is absolutely right in The Conservative Sensibility — the Executive has run amok (including stop light cameras at the local level where you are fined for not coming to a full stop even if there are no other cars visible); Congress has abdicated its responsibilities, and the judiciary is complacent and too deferential (as are the citizens) to unconstitutional Executive power abuses.
While the author of this excellent piece — not surprisingly a professor at Harvard Law School, perhaps checking off the Asian minority hiring block — is delusional and ignorant about why we need to pull back from the Administrative State (no doubt she supports the further infantilization of the public as wards of the state), she does a good job on the core point. The Constitution is very clear. My review of George Will’s magnificent work — and the work itself — amplifies this point.
The “professor” — a dubious qualification, particularly at Harvard — seems unwilling to acknowledge — perhaps she is even – shudder, IGNORANT of — the fact that the two-party tyranny is corrupt to the bone, a rigged system a pay to play system, and all of the regulatory elements of the Administration — particularly the CDC and FCC — have been captured by those who use the US Government to loot the public treasury, not those who fill it: We the People.
Unstated by the author — it must pain her to acknowledge this — is the fact that it is our President, Donald Trump, and our Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky — that will restore the Constitution and end the imbalance of powers started by Woodrow Wilson and FDR, both of whom betrayed the American public — in the case of FDR, not only did he sell out to the Zionists as Winston Churchill did, to wage war against Germany instead of allowing Germany to restore its borders, but FDR willfully and with malice aforethought collaborated with the banks to contrive and perpetuate the Great Depression so as to destroy the rising middle class demanding an honest effective government; consolidate the power of the banks over the government; and allow the banks to buy up real property with invented money at depression-level prices.
We are today at the beginning of the 2nd American Revolution, and one name will go down in history as the root enabler of that Revolution: Donald Trump. Lest I be thought to give more credit than is due, let me end with a quote from Jack Welch about our President:
“They can say what they want about him, but I don’t know if any president has been more prepared to sit in that room and talk business. It was like talking to a peer, not a politician. Hell of a meeting.”
Cliff Sims, Team of Vipers, Page 132
We MUST re-elect our President PRECISELY to restore the Constitution — and the Declaration of Independence that clearly established natural law and the consent of the government as PRIOR TO the “administrative state.”
Robert David STEELE Vivas