43 Years Since Richard Nixon Resigned: Time For Push To Force Donald Trump Out As Totally Dangerous And Incompetent!

Today, August 9, marks 43 years since the resignation of Richard Nixon, and as Gerald Ford said, a “great national nightmare” was over.

Who would think that now, in 2017, we would have to come to grips with a man in the Oval Office who makes Richard Nixon’s good points stand out, as Nixon had real accomplishments, while Donald Trump has NONE, other than Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch!

Donald Trump is far more dangerous than Richard Nixon ever was, and he knew when it was time to go.

It is time for Donald Trump to go, but he will not go quietly, if at all, and would probably have to be moved bodily from the White House, as he has no dignity or class!

We could be on the verge of a nuclear holocaust as we commemorate the bombing of Nagasaki today, 72 years ago.

We could see massive loss of life on the Asian continent and Japan, due to the maniacal behavior of the 45th President!

The present horrifying crisis emerging with North Korea, made worse by the tone, choice of words, and belligerence of Donald Trump, has created a nightmare far worse than Nixon.

Realize Trump has set out to destroy the domestic legacy of Richard Nixon, and his work to promote peace through negotiations with the Soviet Union and the People’s Republic of China, while Trump is destroying our NATO alliance, and cozying up to Russian hoodlum and bully Vladimir Putin, endangering our national security.

Speed in the Robert Mueller investigation is urgent to rid this nation of this national nightmare as soon as possible!

25 comments on “43 Years Since Richard Nixon Resigned: Time For Push To Force Donald Trump Out As Totally Dangerous And Incompetent!

  1. Pragmatic Progressive August 11, 2017 11:05 pm

    Rachel Maddow reported on a new scheme hatched by Trump. He’s planning to give a press conference on Monday announcing some new cabinet switcheroos. Rumor is that he’s planning to move Rick Perry to Homeland Security Director and move Joe Manchin from the Senate to be head of Dept. of Energy. The governor of West Virginia recently switched from Democrat to Republican, which means that he will obviously appointment a Republican to take Manchin’s place in the Senate.

  2. Former Republican August 12, 2017 3:51 pm

    Our douchebag “president” weighed in recently, doesn’t bother to call out white supremacists, neo-Nazis, or take any responsibility for his OWN ROLE in fomenting this!

  3. Southern Liberal August 12, 2017 3:58 pm

    New is that there is an unconfirmed report that there is at least one fatality among the injured.

  4. Princess Leia August 12, 2017 5:29 pm

    DNC Member Yasmine Taeb nails it:

    What’s happening in Charlottesville is horrific and disgusting. At least one person has now died because of a despicable act of terrorism committed by a neo-Nazi. I’m sick and tired of elected officials and the media’s obsession with acknowledging terror attacks and calling it as such only when it’s committed by Muslims and people of color.
    I can’t help but think that exactly three years ago today, I was in Ferguson when Michael Brown was gunned down, protesting with fellow activists, demanding justice, and helping to register voters. Whether we’re talking about institutional racism and police brutality, or the rise in neo-Nazi hate groups, and violence and hatred committed against our brothers and sisters — none of this is acceptable and must be condemned by all of us. Make no mistake about it, this is what terrorism looks like.

  5. Pragmatic Progressive August 12, 2017 8:24 pm

    From what I’ve heard, Robert E Lee, whose statue is why the white nationalists were having this rally in Charlottesville, was opposed to building Confederate memorials.

  6. Princess Leia August 12, 2017 9:04 pm

    You mentioned about some Republicans condemning Trump’s silence. Republicans can condemn this all they want but their actions don’t match their words.

  7. Princess Leia August 13, 2017 11:17 am

    Thanks for that Pragmatic. That article expresses exactly how I feel regarding the reaction by Republicans.

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