From the WND NewsCenter to MHProNews is the following guest op-ed which explains under their heading of “HIGH CRIMES” are the “2 [Lawful] paths to a ‘President Trump’ [Back in the White House] BEFORE 2024.” That will be paired herein with another arguably related letter that is linked from that fact-packed WND column. Additional information, with more MHProNews analysis, commentary, plus our Daily Business News on MHProNews manufactured housing market report will follow.
2 paths to a ‘President Trump’ BEFORE 2024
Exclusive: L.A. ‘Tony’ Kovach spotlights high level of dissatisfaction among Democratic voters
By WND Guest Columnist
Published October 5, 2022 at 7:08pm
By L.A. “Tony” Kovach
From the authoritative Congressional Constitution Annotated website is the following.
Article II, Section 4:
The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.
- “The Constitution gives Congress the authority to impeach and remove the President,1Vice President, and all federal civil officers for treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors.2“
- “Congress’s power of impeachment is an important check on the executive and judicial branches, recognized by the Framers as a crucial tool for holding government officers accountable for violations of the law and abuses of power.3“
From footnote 1: “Article I, Section 2, Clause 5 grants the sole power of impeachment to the House of Representatives; Article I, Section 3, Clause 6 assigns the Senate sole responsibility to try impeachments; Article I, Section 3, Clause 7 provides that the sanctions for an impeached and convicted individual are limited to removal from office and potentially a bar from holding future office, but an impeachment proceeding does not preclude criminal liability. …”
From footnote 7: “… Joseph Story, Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States § 762 (1833) Not [just] crimes of a strictly legal character fall within the scope of the [impeachment] power, (for, as we shall presently see, treason, bribery, and other high crimes and misdemeanours are expressly within it;) but that [impeach power] … has a more enlarged operation, and reaches … political offences, growing out of personal misconduct, or gross neglect, or usurpation, or habitual disregard of the public interests, in the discharge of the duties of political office.”
By definition, unconstitutional behavior fits the definition of “high crimes and misdemeanors.”
WND’s Joseph Farah has argued that deposed President Donald J. Trump could be made speaker of the House should Republicans recapture Congress in 2022 midterms. Once a new Congress is seated in 2023, Farah and others have made the case for a “stealthy route” back to the White House by a Republican dominated Congress impeaching Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
While possible, it isn’t easy. Impeachment is easier the more Republicans control the House and Senate. Impeachment in the House is by simple majority. But it must be followed by a removal-from-office vote in the Senate of two-thirds, or 67 elected senators.
Left-leaning Wikipedia notes that 14 Senate Democrats are up for reelection on Nov. 8. Several are from deep blue (i.e., Democratic) states, including California, Oregon, Washington and New York. All 435 House seats and 35 seats Senate seats this year are contested.
Per Wikipedia below, 14 of those Senate seats are held by Democrats and 21 by Republicans.
Note several states are “deep blue,” meaning very Democratic, including California, Illinois, Oregon, Vermont and Washington. Republican Senate pickups in heavily Democratic states are difficult, but not impossible.
“Right-track, wrong-track” polling has some 80-plus percent of the population unhappy with the direction of the country. Americans already unhappy. Voters must recognize that the party in power – Democrats – must be turned out of office by the most rapid legal means possible.
High levels of dissatisfaction must be recognized by all people of goodwill, including independents and regardless of normal Democrat-Republican party affiliation.
Let’s be clear. These are not normal times.
Polling suggests tens of millions believe the 2020 presidential election and possibly a key U.S. Senate seat were “stolen” via claimed shenanigans.
Left-leaning Poynter.org reported in June: “In poll after poll, about 70% of Republicans say they don’t think Joe Biden is the legitimate winner of the 2020 election.” They’re not alone. That may be unprecedented.
Furthermore, millions were better off economically three years ago (pre-COVID-19), noting the “pandemic” and its handling by public officials merits its own analysis.
High-level dissatisfaction among people of all parties creates a unique opportunity to resolve this pain before the 2024 election cycle.
Here are two possible paths:
Plan A: Voters, regardless of normal party affiliation, must straight-vote Republican in the 2022 midterms. Then, Republicans could make Trump House speaker. After House impeachment, voters would then need to pressure enough Democratic senators to vote with Republicans in 2023 to remove Biden and Harris from office. The House speaker then becomes the president.
Plan B: Quo Warranto. Per Law.Cornell.edu: “A writ of quo warranto is a common law remedy … [challenging] a person’s right to hold … public … office.” Theoretically, either method could make Trump president in 2023. That’s my evidence-based view as an award-winning history buff, publisher, business professional, and political independent whose family has at times supported members of either major party.
L.A. “Tony” Kovach is the co-founder of MHProNews and MHLivingNews which are widely acknowledged to be the largest, most-read and evidence-based trade media serving the affordable housing and mobile home/manufactured housing profession and consumers. ##
Additional Information with More MHProNews Analysis and Commentary
The link from the WND guest op-ed above “evidence-based view as an award-winning history buff” links to this prior guest letter. It and the prior both arguably go near the heart of the causal issues – plus possible solutions – to problems that have dogged the U.S. and the manufactured housing profession for decades.
Note that since the May 2021 item below, Theranos’ Elizabeth Holmes has been convicted of fraud.
The solution to Big Tech and the oligarchs
Readers offer views on government regulation, vote fraud, cultural division
Published May 11, 2021 at 7:16pm
Anyone who thinks Big Tech will be reined in by regulations has not been paying close attention. The following cases exposed years of documented corporate, regulatory and accounting failures. They spotlight massive corruption and mainstream media misses.
· VW “Diesel-Gate”
· Bernard “Bernie” Madoff
· Lehman Brothers
· Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac (Government Sponsored Enterprises/GSEs).
Collectively, that list involved hundreds of billions of dollars in losses by investors. Various types of fraud, corruption and deception occurred. Because taxpayers and the broader economy were impacted by Lehman Brothers and GSEs housing-finance scandals, those cost Americans trillions of dollars.
John Kenneth Galbraith said: “Regulatory bodies, like the people who comprise them … become, with some exceptions, either an arm of the industry they are regulating or senile.” Bingo.
Modern robber barons are dominating information and capital. Cold Fusion’s documentary about the Theranos’ scandal observed: “It’s the illusionary effect where if you repeat a lie enough times people start to believe it, especially if you have credible names surrounding the product.”
Problematic products are from corrupt companies.
Theranos’ Elizabeth Holmes is shown with then Vice President Joe Biden and President Barack Obama. In the massive Enron scandal, Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling are shown with then President George W. Bush (R). Those establishment politicians are sufficient to make the point of the “illusionary effect” of “repeating a big lie enough times” when “credible names” are involved.
Harry Markopolos and his colleagues spent years trying to get public officials and mainstream media to expose the massive Bernie Madoff fraud they knew existed. Forbes says Madoff losses may have exceeded $50 billion.
Other regulatory failures are hiding in plain sight. The New York Times quoted Warren Buffett: “There’s class warfare, all right, but it’s my class, the rich class, that’s making war, and we’re winning.”
Buffett’s “class” profited wildly in the 2008 and 2020 economic upheavals. How? CNBC quoted billionaire Bill Gates: “I didn’t even want to meet Warren because I thought, ‘Hey this guy buys and sells things, and so he found imperfections in terms of markets, that’s not value added to society, that’s a zero-sum game that is almost parasitic.'”
The CDC defines parasitic: “A parasite is an organism that lives on or in a host organism and gets its food from or at the expense of its host.”
Buffett said, “The most important thing for me is figuring out how big a moat there is around a business. What I would love, of course, is a big castle and a big moat with piranhas and crocodiles.”
When carefully examined, these oligarchs and their businesses employ “parasitic” “moat” and “sabotage monopoly” methods. They create a slow-motion monopoly of various markets.
Experts like James Schmitz say monopolies “inflict great harm on low- and middle-income Americans.”
The solution? Enforce existing laws. Break these pernicious giants up. They cause social, economic and moral harm. Once broken up, watch the economy and America soar. ##
The above was submitted by L. A. “Tony” Kovach to WND at this link here.
The Democratic party’s titular leader is White House Resident PINO Joe Biden. Biden has also made the argument that consolidation of industries, which is another euphemism that describes the process of monopolization of an industry or profession. The facts, evidence, tips, and viewpoint packed column linked below exposes
In an arguably relevant and related Masthead, Donald Trump Jr. said antitrust action is the ‘number two or number three’ most important issue in America today.
Following the links in the above weave a variety of facts, evidence and viewpoints together that illustrate how existing laws could remedy problems like the woes dogging manufactured housing illustrated in the examples linked below.
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Note: on 10.5.2022 CNN Business proclaimed (see below) a ‘real estate recession.’ But by following the facts, evidence, citing various experts and sources along with relevant analysis by MHProNews said on 8.27.2022 that the U.S. is in “a housing recession.” MHProNews provides “Intelligence for your MHLife.”
Headlines from left-of-center CNN Business – from the evening of 10.5.2022
- Real estate recession
- Housing is slumping, but this real estate CEO explains why it’s not 2008 all over again
- OPEC announces the biggest cut to oil production since the start of the pandemic
Stocks up modestly following huge two-day surge
- The bond market is starting to worry Wall Street
- America’s national debt has now surpassed $31 trillion
- Musk deal could see Trump back on Twitter by midterms
- Wrong place, wrong time: How things went so badly for Twitter’s new CEO
- In major reversal, Elon Musk again proposes buying Twitter at full price
- Analysis: Elon Musk may want a WeChat for the world, but it won’t be easy
- Elon Musk in 2001: I’m a little tired of the internet
- Risk Takers 2022: The world’s biggest pilot of the four-day work week is halfway done. The results are surprising
- Liquid Death canned water company is now worth $700 million
- REI dumps Black Friday — permanently
- A surprisingly hard part of retirement: Spending what you saved
- People shop at a local supermarket in Washington, D.C., the United States, Sept. 13, 2022.
- Americans are exhausted from dealing with inflation. 6 experts offer ideas to help them cope
- A dump truck spews black exhaust smoke into a blue sky.
- Transitioning only 6% of American vehicles to electric could prevent 67,000 premature deaths
- Customers view a vehicle for sale at a Ford Motor Co. dealership in Richmond, California, U.S., on Thursday, July 1, 2021.
- Waiting for a better time to buy a car? Keep waiting
- Kim Kardashian charged by SEC, agrees to pay $1.3 million fine
- Billionaire Ray Dalio cedes control of Bridgewater
- Is Beyond Meat beyond saving?
- Marc Benioff would buy Twitter if he could
- Credit Suisse angst shows just how freaked out markets are right now
- FAST FOOD
- KFC is bringing back a fan-favorite menu item
- McDonald’s is adding a new treat for fall
- Here’s what the Wendy’s of the future looks like
- Burger King has a plan to make you fall in love with the Whopper again
Headlines from right-of-center Newsmax 10.5.2022
- States Warn Citizens to Prepare for Nuclear Blast, See More Here
- GOP Highlights Gaffes to Target Biden’s Competence
President Joe Biden speaks during the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 28, 2022.
- President Joe Biden’s recent gaffes have become fodder for Republicans looking to cast doubt on his competence ahead of the upcoming midterms and the 2024 presidential election, The Hill reports.
- Newsmax TV
- Devin Nunes: Trump Won’t Tweet Even Under Musk | video
- Steil: Sanctions Legislation Targets WH Accountability | video
- Illinois Gov. Hopeful Bailey: Pritzker Will Lie in Debate | video
- Cammack: Politicizing Storm Will Backfire on Biden | video
- Bishop: Biden’s Puerto Rico Trip Had ‘Political Overtones’
- Tudor Dixon: Mich. ‘Quiet Republicans’ Can Bring Win | video
- More Newsmax TV
- FBI: Widespread Cyber Voting Interference ‘Unlikely’
- The FBI and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency this week issued a statement saying widespread election interference by “cyber actors” is “unlikely.”… [Full Story]
- Petraeus: Putin ‘Desperate,’ ‘Literally Out of Moves’ in Ukraine
- Russia’s Vladimir Putin has staked claim to four regions in southern [Full Story] | video
Putin Formally Annexes 15% of Ukraine
- Kremlin: Russia Must Be Part of Nord Stream Pipeline Probe
- Kremlin Says Annexation and Retreat Are Not a Contradiction Amid Ukrainian Successes
- Japan to Expel Russia Consul as Ties Worsen Over Ukraine
- Putin Asserts Control Over Ukraine Nuclear Plant, Kyiv Disagrees
- US Appeals Court Hands Trump Setback in Mar-a-Lago Documents Case
- A U.S. appeals court Wednesday granted the Justice Department’s [Full Story]
- Biden Juggles Iran Nuke Talks as Iranian Repression Grows
- President Joe Biden has hit back at Iran over the government’s brutal [Full Story]
- Pentagon Conducts Joint Drills After North Korea Missile Launch
- The United States military and South Korean forces conduced joint [Full Story]
- Edward J Epstein: Edward Snowden Reaps Putin’s Reward for Betrayal
- Snowden chose to betray the American intelligence service for whom he [Full Story]
- Hurricane Ian Closes Some Florida Schools Indefinitely
- The devastation from Hurricane Ian has left schools shuttered [Full Story]
- Biden to Focus on Hurricane Victims in Florida, Not Politics
- In Ian’s Wake, Florida Residents Brave a Slow Wait for Power
- DeSantis: ‘Regime Media’ Used Hurricane to ‘Advance Their Agenda”
- DeSantis Outshines Absent Biden With ‘Excellent’ Hurricane Ian Response |Platinum Article
- NYC Dem Rose: ‘Sick, Tired’ of Biden ‘Being in Power,’ ‘Move On’
- The old “generation” has even a New York Democrat bailing on [Full Story]
- A Year Later, ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Has ‘Branded’ Biden
- As much as President Joe Biden would have liked the slogan “Build [Full Story] | Platinum Article
- North Korea Experts: More Provocative Tests Coming ‘Soon’
- Japanese residents were awakened early Tuesday morning to a [Full Story] | Platinum Article
- Online Shopping Tools
- SpaceX Rockets to Space Station Ferrying NASA Crew, Russian
- A SpaceX rocket soared into orbit from Florida on Wednesday carrying [Full Story]
- $175 Billion Yanked From Global Bonds, Biggest Outflow in 20 Years
- Global bond funds saw the biggest outflows in two decades in the [Full Story]
- Shoppers Left Scrambling As Amazon Unveils Deals That Shouldn’t Exist
- Online Shopping Tools
- Senators Ask Starbucks for Information on Union Dealings
- Four U.S. senators have asked Starbucks to disclose how much the [Full Story]
- Two-Thirds of States Cut Taxes
- States brimming with cash are cutting taxes at a rapid pace. With the [Full Story]
- New Jersey Warns Residents of Nuclear Emergency
- Some of America’s biggest states have started warning residents to [Full Story]
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- Thoughts of suicide are often a first reaction to a diagnosis of [Full Story]
- In Pivot, Biden to Draw More From Strategic Oil Reserve
- President Joe Biden will continue to direct releases from the [Full Story]
- Blinken: US Working to Keep Energy Prices Low
- OPEC+ to Make Deep Cuts to Oil Production Despite US Pressure
- Baldwin, ‘Rust’ Producers Reach Settlement in Cinematographer’s Death
- Actor Alec Baldwin and the producers of the big-screen Western “Rust” [Full Story]
- Attorney: Alex Jones ‘Boycotting’ Sandy Hook Defamation Trial
- InfoWars founder Alex Jones left his defamation trial in protest [Full Story]
- Oklahoma’s Stitt Moves to Block Children’s Hospital Giving Gender Care
- An Oklahoma bill signed into law Tuesday by Republican Gov. Kevin [Full Story]
- Poll: 90% Say There’s a Mental Health Crisis
- The vast majority of Americans say there’s a mental health crisis in [Full Story]
- Navy Probing Tear Gas Use With SEAL Recruits
- The U.S. Navy is investigating an incident in California last year [Full Story]
- Study: COVID Boosters Could Prevent 90K Deaths, Save Billions of Dollars
- More than 936,000 hospitalizations and as many as 90,000 deaths could [Full Story]
- Study: Trans Women Have More Muscle Than Biological Women
- Transgender women have more muscle mass than cisgender women but less [Full Story]
- Fan Who Caught Judge’s 62nd Homer Hits Own Home Run
- A Dallas man who caught Aaron Judge’s American League record-breaking [Full Story]
- 5 IRS Agents Stole COVID Relief Funds: DOJ
- Five current or former employees of the Internal Revenue Service [Full Story]
- Nobel Prize for 3 Chemists Who Made Molecules ‘Click’
- Three scientists were jointly awarded this year’s Nobel Prize in [Full Story]
- Musk Teases Twitter 1st Step to ‘X, the Everything App’
- Elon Musk teased in a tweet Tuesday buying Twitter Inc. (TWTR.N) is [Full Story]
- Jolie Details Brad Pitt Abuse Allegations in Court Filing
- A court filing Tuesday from Angelina Jolie alleges that on a 2016 [Full Story]
- com Claims US Grandmaster, 19, Cheats More Than He Admits
- A chess investigation is alleging the U.S. grandmaster “likely [Full Story]
- Biden Attacks University Contraception Policy, ‘What Century Are We In?’
- President Joe Biden targeted new birth control guidelines from the [Full Story]
- Doctor: If You Suffer from Blurry Eyesight. Do This Immediately!
- More Newsfront
- Two-Thirds of States Cut Taxes
- States brimming with cash are cutting taxes at a rapid pace.With the enactment Wednesday of an income tax cut in Missouri, about two-thirds of U.S. states have adopted some sort of tax relief in 2022…. [Full Story]
- Americans Should Brace for More Expensive Gas: AAA
- Service Sector Slows Modestly, Trade Deficit Narrows Sharply
- Fidelity, Vanguard Make 401(k) Rollovers Easy
- Devin Nunes: Trump Won’t Return to Twitter Even If Musk Buys It
- More Finance
- Poll: 90 Percent of Americans Say There’s a Mental Health Crisis
- The vast majority of Americans say there’s a mental health crisis in the United States, according to a new poll from CNN-Kaiser Family Foundation…. [Full Story]
- Study: Yoga, Meditation Lower Blood Sugar in People With Diabetes
- Putting Off Health Screenings Can Be Deadly: Know the Updated Guidelines
- CDC Warns of Possible Severe Flu Season Ahead
- Exercise Caution With Zero-Premium Medicare Advantage Plans
- NOTE 1: The 3rd chart above includes the Canadian stock, ECN, which purchased Triad Financial Services, a manufactured home industry lender
- NOTE 2: Drew changed its name and trading symbol at the end of 2016 to Lippert (LCII).
- NOTE 3: Deer Valley was largely taken private, say company insiders in a message to MHProNews on 12.15.2020, but there are still some outstanding shares of the stock from the days when it was a publicly traded firm. Thus, there is still periodic activity on DVLY.
- Note 4: some recent or related reports to the equities named above follow.
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By L.A. “Tony” Kovach – for MHProNews.
Tony earned a journalism scholarship along with numerous awards in history. There have been several awards and honors and also recognition in manufactured housing. For example, he earned the prestigious Lottinville Award in history from the University of Oklahoma, where he studied history and business management. He’s a managing member and co-founder of LifeStyle Factory Homes, LLC, the parent company to MHProNews, and MHLivingNews.com. This article reflects the LLC’s and/or the writer’s position and may or may not reflect the views of sponsors or supporters.