Caution: Reality Check Ahead

We have an outright fraud in the White House.

On essentially every single issue that Trump pandered to his base on when campaigning he has either intentionally thrown the issue in a way that is guaranteed to result in a loss or failed to prosecute the issue in the first place.

The latest is his “HHS requirement” for drug companies to post prices in TV ads.

U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta in Washington, D.C.Opens a New Window., sided with drugmakers Merck & Co Inc, Eli Lilly and Co and Amgen Inc by halting the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) rule from taking effect on Tuesday as planned.

The judge, an Obama appointee who was not even born in the United States, ruled that HHS doesn’t have the authority to issue such an order, despite the fact that the Supreme Court has previously ruled in 1985 that administrative actions can, as a matter of public policy, require the disclosure of material facts in advertising.

President Trump is the head of the Executive.  The Executive is the co-equal branch of the government responsible for enforcing laws.  The DOJ and FBI operate under the Executive; the President is the ultimate “boss” of both.

Since 1890 there has been a wide-reaching body of law codified under 15 USC Chapter 1.  It is commonly known as The Sherman and Clayton Acts, and was later joined by Robinson-Patman.  Various parts of the medical and health insurance industry have twice gone all the way to the Supreme Court in a bid to have those laws declared invalid in regard to their operation in the late 1970s and early 1980s (Royal Drug and Maricopa County.)  They lost both cases.

It is therefore clear and in fact beyond review, absent the Supreme Court overturning their previous decisions, that the entirety of 15 USC Chapter 1 applies.

President Trump could therefore direct Attorney General Barr to bring criminal charges for price-fixing against the drug companies.  There is no Congressional Act that has been passed to make such actions legal, and 15 USC Chapter 1 applies not only to Interstate Commerce, that is, price discrimination where goods and/or services travel across state lines but also is explicitly declared to apply in instances of International Commerce.

Judge Mehta stated in his order that Congress had to impose such a requirement, not HHS.

President Trump knows this.  So does Health and Human Services.  So do his “top advisers.”

They intentionally took this action with Health and Human Services because they knew it could be challenged, would be challenged as the threat was made before the order issued, AND that the challenging parties would select a venue where the odds are high they’d get an Obama judge.

In other words Trump intentionally threw the issue instead of resolving it.

The only way that problem is going to get resolved is a citizen revolt; both parties are 100% involved in using the full force of government to insure that you get screwed out of not only every nickel you have but your health as well.

He did the same thing with the Census question on citizenship.

The 1990 and 2000 Census both included a question on citizenship.  The 2010 one did not; Obama unconstitutionally removed it.  The 14th Amendment requires that questionbecause it also requires the those ineligible to vote, by virtue of non-citizen status, whether in the US lawfully or not, be removed from the count of persons before US House representation is determined.  The language is clear and unambiguous, having modified the previous original language in the Constitution itself.

There should have been a revolution the next morning in 2010.

President Trump again intentionally threw this decision when he went to the Supreme Court.  His solicitor’s arguments did not include reference to the text of the 14th Amendment which makes clear that the Census is required to deduct non-eligible persons from the count prior to apportionment being determined.  Nancy Pelosi knows this too and she’s lying about the “motive”; she in fact knew damn well when Obama removed the question why he did it — that his action would result in her state gaining “representation” it was not entitled to and that his action and the result would be and was unconstitutional on its face.

The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 makes criminal the hiring of persons who do not have a legal right to work in the United States.  Ronald Reagan signed said bill on November 6th of that year.  President Trump is, once again, as the head of the Executive, required under the Constitution to faithfully execute the laws of the land.

He therefore not only can require E-Verify as a matter of rule-making he can and must authorize the federal arrest and prosecution of any person employing an illegal alien or other person present in the United States who does not have the legal right to work here in this country.

He has not done so because once again he never had, and still does not have, any intention of actually enforcing ANY of the promises he made during his campaign.

Every Executive Order, no matter the President who issues it contains the following text at the end:

This order is intended only to improve the internal management of the executive branch and does not create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or equity by a party against the United States, its agencies, its officers or employees, or any person.






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2 Responses to Caution: Reality Check Ahead

  1. You couldn’t be more wrong. He has to play the hand he’s dealt, but even besides that, if you think you could do a better job, or anyone even contemplating running who thinks they can do a better job, have at it.

    Axe ground, duly noted.

  2. moot says:

    geez…all this time i was pressed to believe he was playing 4d chess…appears he was only playing repeated bad hands of cards…we can now rest better knowing.

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