Trump said yesterday he would be “reinstated” in August.
No formality involved. He intimated he would walk into the Oval Office, sit down and go back to work. Not even an inauguration ceremony.
I think he’s crazy. Jimmy Kimmel last night labeled him as “delusional.”
Does Trump really believe this stuff? It’s as good as his recommendation to drink Clorox to kill coronavirus.
I suspect his thinking on the subject arises from talks with his enclave of attorneys past and present. One is Sydney Powell. She agrees Trump will be reinstated in August.
Then there is Michael Flynn out there. Yesterday, he was calling for a military style coup. The overthrow of existing government by the U.S. military. He is as crazy as Trump.
It’s amazing. Flynn was a general in the U.S. Army and served as National Security Adviser. Beat the system in the court room. Then pardoned by Trump.
Note that while he is clamoring for the overthrow of government, he is drawing a pension of $100,000 a year from that same government.
Love what the Democratic House members of the Texas Legislature did in walking out and preventing a quorum. Prevented the proposed stringent voting laws to be voted on.
Now it is too late. The legislative session ended by law at midnight friday.
Governor Greg Abbott was upset. Said he was going to call a Special Session. The Democrats would probably walk out again.
The past 48 hours appear to have changed Abbott’s mind. He now claims he will veto a portion of the budget bill that will be coming before him. Specifically, Article 10. The Article provides for legislative expenses. Abbott’s goal is to force the Democrat to remain for a vote, unless they want their salaries cut off.
Abbott can veto Article 10. Has he thought the situation out to its bitter end, however? Such a veto as he suggests would stop Republican members from getting paid also. Forget not legislative staffs. They too will not be paid.
Reparations for the Blacks of Tulsa a questionable item. It does not make sense to me. I doubt it will meet with favor.
Britain’s present Queen Elizabeth was formerly crowned monarch on this day in 1953. She has been Queen for 68 years.
She became Queen at the moment of her father’s death. The first three months following his demise she remain in mourning. Little was seen of her. Though she was performing Queenly duties which could be performed in private.
The three months was followed by a year of performing her duties publicly before she was crowned. The crowning actually a formality.
This afternoon Terri White sings again! From 3-5 a Marylin’s.
Enjoy your day!