Senator Ben Sasse Speaks about the real Role of Congress Vs. SCOTUS – 9/5/2018

 

Republican senator from Nebraska says Congress too often punts its power to the executive branch to avoid taking responsibility and promote reelection.

Article II of the United States Constitution allows for three separate branches of government (legislative, executive, and judicial), along with a system of checks and balances should any branch get too powerful. Here is an explanation of how the balance of power works.  

 

I see this situation in America like this:  The people in Congress who have been there for decades, past 1 or two nominations must retire.  Their positions have to be filled with Trump approved conservatives who are vetted to follow our Constitution, with a proven record of doing so.  We, the people, need a recourse to immediately fire anyone who does not follow the Constitution or is paid by a foreign entity such as China that is imposing their power in America.  

If you listened to Alex Jones today you will know that Russia, Russia, Russia is a front to cover up the Congress people who are getting paid off by China to allow them to control our social media sites such as  Google, Facebook and Twitter.  Today the Congress held hearings with social media giants from FB and Twitter.  Google did not show up and they control everything we do.  Google mail, YouTube, etc., etc.  

America is in deep trouble and we MUST DEMAND that schools start teaching Real American History to our children.  You can’t love what you don’t know and you won’t fight for something you were taught is evil.

The situation in the Congress is unacceptable and must be rectified immediately.  If we don’t take control back, Congress will not be representing us, they will be representing China who pays them to do as they say.

Wake up America! Scream loud, scream now.  Write your congress people, talk to the papers.  Write in your pages.  And awaken the masses that are not aware of what is really going.

God Bless America!

 

 

 

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