3 February, 2022

A Genuine Constitutional Crisis

Posted by Socrates in Biden, Biden administration, constitution, military, Russia, Russophobia at 2:05 pm | Permanent Link

Watch this video. It’s quite clear that Joe Biden is no longer in charge as commander-in-chief [1]. He is obviously no longer calling the tune. Someone else is.

This poses a major problem, because someone just sent 2,000 U.S. troops overseas, and it obviously wasn’t Biden. Only Biden has the legal and constitutional authority to do that, and currently Biden couldn’t find his left elbow without help.

So, who just ordered 2,000 U.S. troops overseas? And on what authority did that person act? This is a very serious issue.

When are the Congressional hearings going to begin over this matter? Anytime soon?

News quote: “President Joe Biden is ordering 2,000 U.S. troops to Poland and Germany amid the stalled talks with Russia over the Kremlin’s military buildup on Ukraine’s borders”



[1] The President is the Commander-in-Chief of the United States armed forces as stipulated by Article II of the U.S. Constitution. Furthermore, Congress has the authority to declare war on a foreign country. Those two entities are the only powers that can manipulate the U.S. armed forces in a significant way.

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