Wait, wait, wait! Before you say, “I don’t have time to read about people who won’t win anyway!”, hear me out. If you read my pieces and follow me, then you know that I’ve been putting out a few tidbits here and there about Marianne Williamson and Andrew Yang. Williamson is the declared Democratic presidential candidate who wants to give African-Americans 100 billion dollars for slavery reparations and Yang is the declared Democratic presidential candidate who wants to give all American $1,000 a month. I don’t know what’s in neither of these candidates’ hearts, so I can’t guarantee their sincerity; however, all I know is that none of the main stream Democratic candidates are talking about nothing like this.
I first studied these two candidates prior to Donald Trump calling for a fake National Emergency at the Southern Border. Although I thought it was a longshot for either of these candidates to win the Democratic nomination, much less the presidency, I thought it was at least intriguing to let others know that they existed. But since Trump has called for this fake emergency, I’ve grown more interested in these two candidates. Why? Well, the so-called crisis at the Southern border is fake and just a ridiculous campaign promise made by Trump. Trump admitted that he really didn’t have to call for a National Emergency, he just wanted to speed up the building of the wall. But with him declaring it a National Emergency, it gives him the power to move allocated federal funds around however he likes; hence, allowing him to move funding to the building of the wall that he couldn’t get from the congressional legislative process. Also, by declaring a fake National Emergency at our Southern Border, Trump set a new precedence for declaring a National Emergency.
Before you get all bent out of shape and start Kamala Harris or Cory Booker chants, I have a bit of suspicion that Republicans may have some sort of “October Surprise” for these two candidates (especially Harris) because the mainstream media is really drooling all over them. And we all know that the main stream media is notorious for pulling a fast one and relying on us to fall for the okey-doke. I hope I’m wrong, but I’m rather suspicious right now.
Here’s the deal, Trump supporters are holding him accountable for his campaign promise to “build the wall”. So, imagine if Williamson or Yang win based on their campaign promises to give African-Americans 100 billion dollars for slavery reparations or $1,000 per month to every American, respectively. If the courts (to include the Supreme Court) don’t knock down Trump’s National Emergency order, case law will be on the books making it much easier for Williamson or Yang to push through their campaign promises by simply declaring a National Emergency. And like Trump, they will be able to redirect allocated federal funds to slavery reparations or a monthly stipend. Of course, Trump will even take credit for paving the way for reparations or the monthly stipend, and we would have to give the credit to him. Also, in the case for reparations or a monthly stipend, there’s nothing to be built, so there’s much less “sausage making” than building a wall. Finally, Trump may be responsible for putting money in the pockets of all Americans without ever getting that wall fully built because too many barriers (physical and legal) stand in the way of building an actual wall on the southern border. Make it rain, Trump!