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Trump Calls For ‘TERMINATION’ Of Parts Of The Constitution – Republicans, Critics Respond…

Trump Calls For ‘TERMINATION’ Of Parts Of The Constitution – Republicans, Critics Respond…

( – In response to the shocking discovery that the Democrat Party conspired with Twitter to hide the Hunter Biden laptop story before the 2020 election, former President Donald Trump said that the “termination” of the U.S. Constitution would be permissible.

Trump stated in a post,

“So, do you throw the Presidential Election Results of 2020 OUT and declare the RIGHTFUL WINNER, or do you have a NEW ELECTION?”

He continued, “The question that follows the disclosure of “MASSIVE & WIDESPREAD FRAUD & DECEPTION in working closely with Big Tech Companies, the DNC, & the Democrat Party.”

The president then appeared to suggest that the “termination” of the U.S. Constitution would be permissible by putting the Founding Fathers in quotation marks and calling them “our great ‘Founders.'”

He continued by saying that false and fraudulent elections are not something our great “Founders” wanted and would not tolerate.

The Impact Of Trump’s Statement About The Constitution

No prominent political person or someone who swore an oath to uphold and defend the Constitution from all foes, both domestic and foreign, has so openly renounced their loyalty and disavowed their pledge publicly since the American Civil War.

Presidents have occasionally seemed to sidestep the Constitution and seized broad powers during actual emergencies. What Trump is suggesting may be quite different.

Consider President Abraham Lincoln’s suspension of the habeas corpus writ in 1861. Lincoln did not attack the Constitution when his right to do so was contested in court; instead, he provided a constitutional defense of his decision.

He claimed that he was permitted to do so by Article I, Section 9, which states that the writ may be suspended “where the public safety may necessitate it in cases of revolt or invasion.”

President Harry Truman confronted the possibility of a labor stoppage at the country’s steel mills in 1952, almost a century later, during the Korean War.

Truman issued Executive Order 10340 instructing his Secretary of Commerce to assume control of the privately held steel mills. He wanted to ensure they kept operating because he thought steel production was crucial to the war effort.

Truman cited his oath of office and Article II of the Constitution, which establishes the president as commander in chief of the armed forces, as sources of authority. “Our national security and our chances for peace depend on our defense output,” declared Truman.

Truman continued, “I would not be living up to my oath of office if I failed to do whatever is required to equip (American forces) with the weapons and ammunitions they need for their survival.”

Invoking his allegiance to the Constitution, he added, “I would not be living up to my oath of duty.”

As soon as the owner of the steel mills won a lawsuit against him in the Supreme Court, Truman ordered that they regain control of the steel businesses.

These and other instances highlight just how remarkable Trump’s claim on the Constitution is. Many Republicans stated over the weekend saying they don’t align with Trump’s thoughts on the Constitution.

Some in the Republican Party said they have never seen the Constitution treated so carelessly by a president, past president, or presidential contender in our history.

And several critics say they have never seen the Constitution attacked in such a blatantly self-serving manner.

However, the gravity of what Trump stated goes beyond just its place in our history. Some Democrats on the J6 Committee believe what Trump said could be used against him.

They believe Trump’s claim that the Constitution’s election provisions will be “terminated” is what lawyers refer to as an “admission against interest.”

Such an admission is an out-of-court statement made by a subject of a criminal inquiry against their own “pecuniary, proprietary, or punitive interest.” It can be made before, during, or after a crime.

According to some J6 Committee members, The declaration provides crucial information regarding Trump’s involvement in the uprising on January 6 and his goal and state of mind.

Here’s What Trump Said:

To hold the former president accountable for what took that day, Special Counsel Jack Smith can and ought to use it.

Committee members believe the declaration also provides more proof that Trump is unsuited to take the oath of office and lead the United States at any time in the future, which is equally significant.

Trump Attacks Members Of The GOP For Not Fighting The 2020 Presidential Election Results

In later posts, the former president attacked Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell as a “RINO” and claimed that the discoveries have left America looking foolish on the international stage.

“The fraudulent and rigged Presidential Election of 2020 is being mocked by the entire world. Unanticipated fraud calls for unanticipated treatment,” he declared.

He continued,

“I wonder what Mitch McConnell, the RINOS, and all the weak Republicans who couldn’t pass and complete the 2020 Presidential Election quickly enough are thinking now. They are a disgrace to our great Party and our country, which has fallen into disrepute worldwide.”

Trump also said that the information from Twitter supported his assertions that Democrats, Big Tech, “law enforcement,” and other evil actors conspired to rig and steal the 2020 election.

He said in a post, “Unfortunately, we have turned into a corrupt nation—possibly the most corrupt in the world. We HAVE to correct this terrible mistake and reclaim our nation!”

According to the “Twitter Files,” not only was the laptop story buried but it was done in concert with the Democrat Party.

President Trump 100 percent believes the 2020 Presidential Election was stolen from him. Only time will tell what will result from his comments about the Consitution.

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