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February 27, 2017 / Fantelius

TOTUS (T Stands for Tyrant)


The very same day that the tyrant took power he started declaring (signing) laws, rules and regulations. They call the tyrant a president, but the president of the US is forbidden by the constitution to enact laws, rules and regulations. This constraint on the president is a cornerstone of American law. It is one of the conditions defining the character of the United States as stipulated in no uncertain terms by the constitution of the land. Congress makes the laws, rules and regulations. The president sees to it that the decisions of Congress are adapted in practice. Should the person in charge enact law, rules and regulations, that person cannot formally represent the US constitution and cannot legally be considered the president.

Tyrant may not be the best term for the person in charge, but either the term president does not apply or the constitution of the United States of American does not apply.

Deal with it!



“If the fake news, the fake fake news, and the real fake news
don’t deal with essential news, then it’s no news at all,
just damned lies.”
Dartwill Aquila



The West Bank is now the Judea-Samaria area.

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