Trump Files Abuse of Power Charges Against Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer

President Trump has had enough of the antics presented by the Democrats. Rather than allowing our President to lead and make the laws of this country as God and the Constitution guarantee, they have stood in his way at every turn, demanding things no other President has ever had to put up with before.

They want his tax returns, even though he’d be the first President ever to release them. They want to override his National Emergency at the border just because there isn’t one right this second. They want to take away his ability to repeal laws and write new executive orders.

So, before they could do any more harm with the overreach of their elected duties and powers, President Trump has taken action. White House Director of Information and Propaganda, Art Tubolls, explains:

“This morning President Trump signed a lawful Executive Order empowering him to bring charges of abuse of power against enemies of the state. That order comes with the approval of five members of the Supreme Court. Speaker Pelosi and Minority Leader Schumer have both been engaging in conduct unbecoming their positions by continuing the witch hunt after the President was completely and totally exonerated by Mueller and his 13 Democrat traitors.

Now is the time to turn the investigation around and start looking into the Democrat collaborators against the President to discuss charges of treason. Abuse of Power is just the first step.”

The White House says the process should take less than 2 years and will be completed about 2 days after polls close in November 2020. One way or the other, the Democrats and their crazy “save the world” ideas are all done. Good riddance.

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