The fascist tyrant Trump, Liar-in-Chief, has once again exceeded himself in utterly corrupt self-protection through galactically immoral abuse of power in his outright cesspool fishing for the lowest form of sycophantic life he could find to be the top law enforcement officer in our country, fiercely defending his transparent trickery with his trademark hysterical lying and back-alley bullying.
Matthew Whitaker cannot be acting attorney general. Before even touching the Mueller probe, he fails on five counts:
1) Trump broke the law by appointing Whitaker
Even Trump's favorite justice who sold out America to Citizen's United, the immoral degenerate Clarence Thomas, has forcefully argued the necessity of advice and consent as the Constitution's framers "recognized the serious risk for abuse and corruption posed by permitting one person to fill every office in the government."
2) Whitaker rejects Marbury v Madison
Before Marbury, the judicial branch was inferior to the other two, and Whitaker believes we should return to that posture, that the courts "are supposed to be the inferior branch."
- the rule of law.
- equality of the judicial branch.
- judicial review, the fundamental principle of our system of checks and balances.
- that all actions of the executive and legislative branches of government are subject to review.
- that the U.S. Constitution is actual "law."
Judicial Review is the ultimate power of the U.S. Supreme Court to review laws and actions from Congress and the President to determine whether they are constitutional.
Most alarming of all, rejection of Marbury v Madison is essential to establish fascism.
3) Whitaker rejects separation of church and state
An apparent champion of medieval theocracy, Whitaker believes judges cannot judge if they are secular. In order to properly judge, they must have a "Biblical view" of justice, and not just an Old Testament, but a definite New Testament view. Another evangelical throwback to theocratic tyranny no different than the Taliban, Whitaker stands for absolute violation of 1st Amendment separation of church and state.
4) Whitaker takes dark money to attack Democrats and defrauds the IRS
In the two years prior to hiring on with Jeff Sessions, a conservative dark money outlet committed to giving its clients "any level of privacy they want" paid Whitaker over $650,000 to attack 46 Democratic leaders, congress members, candidates and organizations while falsely claiming tax-exempt status as a non-partisan watchdog. So Christian.
5) Whitaker commits criminal fraud, coercion and abuse of trust