Президент Зеленський порушує закони України і ми українці-президенти маємо право робити теж саме

Зе+Богдан

20 травня 2019 року Зеленський пафосно заявив:

Кожен з нас Президент. Не 73 відсотки, які за мене голосували, а всі 100 відсотків українців.

А на другий день 21 травня 2019 він підписує незаконний указ про розпуск Верховної Ради 8-го скликання. Про це свідчить інформація на сайті глави держави:

“Керуючись частиною другою статті 77, частинами шостою і сьомою статті 83, пунктом 1 частини другої статті 90 Конституції України та відповідно до пунктів 7 і 8 частини першої статті 106 Конституції України постановляю: 1. Припинити достроково повноваження Верховної Ради України восьмого скликання”, – сказано в указі.

Згодом Зеленський пояснив своє рішення так:

«Головним аргументом для розпуску Верховної Ради є дуже низька довіра громадян України до цієї інституції – 4%. Це – оцінка роботи парламенту і найвагоміший аргумент для припинення його повноважень. Я як гарант Конституції зобов’язаний гарантувати права громадян України. Юридична підстава для розпуску – з 2016 року не існувало коаліції», – сказав він.

Жодних докуметальних підтверджень даної юридичної підстави не існує. Просто Зеленському так здалося! Якби він був Християнином, то йому варто було б перехреститися, коли здається…

Але в даному факті є один позитивний момент. Пане Володимире, коли ваш рейтинг опуститься до подібних позначок, доведеться і вам достроково залишитими офіс на Банковій разом з адвокатом Коломойського! Ми вам обов’язково нагадаємо про це! А спостерігаючи повний антимайданний реванш, який відбувається за вашим сприянням, вам доведеться втікати швидше, ніж ви думаєте!

Тепер, щодо призначення голови адміністрації Президента. Андрій Богдан працював на високих посадах за часів убивці і зрадника януковича, тому він підпадає під заборону займати державні посади згідно із законом про люстрацію і не має права ставати головою АП. Як відомо, у березні 2010 року він був заступником міністра Кабінету міністрів України та урядовим уповноваженим з питань антикорупційної політики (антикорупційна політика при януковичу, сама назва посади викликає сміх – ред.). Пізніше цю посаду ліквідували, однак у 2013 році кровосіс азаров знову призначив Андрія Богдана уповноваженим Кабміну в сфері антикорупційної політики!!! Після Євромайдану та відставки уряду азарова у березні 2014 року Андрія Богдана вигнали. Тепер Коломойський запхнув свого похвостича в АП.

Таким чином, пане Зеленський, з першого ж дня роботи, ви неодноразово грубо порушуєте українські закони. Що ж, якщо за вашими словами всі ми українці Президенти, то ми маємо таке ж право не виконувати закони і підзаконні акти, які нам не подобаються. Ми не будемо більше платити податків до скарбниці, поки не будемо впевнені, що жодна гривна не буде вкрадена нікчемами на кшталт коломойського, ахметова, пінчука, фірташа і багатьма іншими. Закликаємо приєднуватися до акції #МИПРЕЗИДЕНТИ усіх, кому небайдужа доля України!

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Зеленський призначив випускника московського військового училища Хомчака начальником Генштабу – Головнокомандувачем ЗС України

Зе+Хомчак

Володимир Зеленський призначив генерал-лейтенанта Руслана Хомчака начальником Генерального штабу – Головнокомандувачем Збройних Сил України. Відповідний Указ Глава держави підписав сьогодні, 21 травня.

Руслан Хомчак закінчив Московське загальновійськове училище. А стрімкий кар’єрний зліт Хомчака розпочався після приходу до влади убивці і зрадника януковича. У 2011 році полковник Хомчак указом Президента України № 859/2011 від 23 серпня 2011 року отримує військове звання генерал-майора. У травні 2012 його підвищують з посади начальника штабу 8-го армійського корпусу до командира 6-го армійського корпусу, а у серпні 2013 року присвоюють військове генерал-лейтенанта. У листопаді того ж року 6-й армійський корпус було переформовано у Оперативне командування «Південь», тимчасово виконуючим обов’язки командира якого і став Руслан Хомчак.

Під час війни на сході України Руслан Хомчак обіймав посаду командувача сектора «Б» сил Антитерористичної операції. На його адресу доволі часто лунали звинувачення у некомпетентності та зраді від представників громадськості та добровольчих батальйонів. Зокрема, наприкінці травня з’явилася інформація, що генерал-лейтенант Хомчак саботував видачу зброї батальйону територіальної оборони «Айдар» та ніяк не реагував на доповіді про необхідність надання медичної допомоги бійцю батальйону, через що товариші по службі змушені були самотужки доставляти потерпілого до медичного закладу. Більше того, він видав наказ, згідно з яким «Айдару» заборонено проводити будь-які бойові дії. У відповідь на це Хомчак заявив, що керувався виключно законами України і всім, хто пройшов відбір у батальйон та був на офіційній основі зарахований до його складу, зброю видали. Ті ж, хто відбір не пройшов, почали вимагати амуніцію і для себе, однак на законних підставах отримати її не могли.

Зі слів Костянтина Гришина (псевдонім – Семен Семенченко), під час операції з взяття Іловайська, яка здійснювалася під безпосереднім керівництвом Хомчака значно меншими силами, ніж передбачалося за планом, велика частина бійців з добровольчих батальйонів потрапила у оточення. Гришин вважає, що причиною тому став відступ військових формувань від Новоазовська, що дозволив бойовикам «ДНР» та російським солдатам оточити представників батальйонів територіальної оборони. На допомогу їм було спрямовано бригаду Нацгвардії, однак не дійшовши до місця призначення ті отримали наказ командування повертати назад. З іншого боку, як стверджували бійці батальнону «Азов», Р. Хомчак, під час спроб визволення Іловайська добровольчими батальйонами, відмовлявся йти з ними в бій з надуманих причин.

Ось такий у нас тепер Головнокомандувач. ГАНЬБА!

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AG Barr Says Nationwide Rulings Hampering Trump’s Agenda

Attorney General William Barr is taking on another item from President Donald Trump’s agenda, railing against judges who issue rulings blocking nationwide policies. 

 

In a speech Tuesday night, Barr took aim at the broad judicial power, arguing that federal judges who have issued the so-called nationwide injunctions are hampering Trump’s efforts on immigration, health care and other issues with “no clear end in sight.”

It is the latest example of Barr moving to embrace Trump’s political talking points.

The attorney general is traditionally expected to carry out the president’s agenda as a member of the Cabinet while trying to avoid political bias. Democrats have cast Barr as an attorney general who acts more like Trump’s personal lawyer instead of the nation’s chief law enforcement officer.

 

At a re-election rally earlier this month, Trump railed against “activist judges who issue nationwide injunctions based on their personal beliefs,” which he said “undermine democracy and threaten the rule of law.” 

Administration officials have often complained about the proliferation of nationwide injunctions since Trump became president. Vice President Mike Pence said a few weeks ago that the administration intends to challenge the right of federal district courts to issue such rulings. 

 

“The legal community and the broader public should be more concerned, particularly about this trend of nationwide injunctions,” Barr said.

DACA

Barr highlighted the legal fights that have happened in federal courts across the country over Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, an Obama-era program that shields young immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children but don’t have legal status to protect them from deportation.

The Justice Department, under former Attorney General Jeff Sessions, argued that the Obama administration acted unlawfully when it implemented DACA. Texas and other Republican-led states eventually sued and won a partial victory in a federal court in Texas.

 

Civil rights groups, advocates for immigrants and Democratic-led states all have sued to prevent the end of the program. A three-judge panel of the federal appeals court in San Francisco ruled that the administration decision to end DACA was arbitrary and capricious.

Barr said Trump “lost much of his leverage” in negotiations with congressional Democrats, who were pushing for a permanent solution for DACA recipients, after one district court judge issued an order forcing the administration to maintain the program nationwide. 

 

“Unsurprisingly, those negotiations did not lead to a deal,” Barr said. 

‘Unprecedented power’

 

In his speech to the American Law Institute, Barr argued it isn’t about partisanship and said the approach taken by judges who issue these nationwide rulings departs not only from the limitations of the Constitution, but also from the “traditional understanding of the role of courts.” The Justice Department will continue to oppose such rulings, he said. 

 

“Nationwide injunctions not only allow district courts to wield unprecedented power, they also allow district courts to wield it asymmetrically,” Barr said. 

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Trump to Democrats: Pass Trade Deal, Then Infrastructure

President Donald Trump is telling Democratic leaders that he believes Congress should first pass a new trade deal with Canada and Mexico before taking up a bill to boost the nation’s infrastructure.

The president made his request in a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer before a White House meeting Wednesday.

The Democratic leaders and Trump are aiming for a $2 trillion bill to address roads, bridges and other priorities.

Trump says he remains committed to passing a bill, but he wants Pelosi and Schumer to spell out their priorities and how much money they would provide to each. He says Democrats have “expressed a wide-range of priorities, and it is unclear which ones have your support.”

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Two More Former White House Officials Subpoenaed

The House Judiciary Committee has subpoenaed two more former top White House officials after ex-White House Counsel Donald McGahn ignored his subpoena to testify about President Donald Trump’s alleged obstruction of justice.

Democratic chairman Jerrold Nadler says the committee wants to hear from former communications director Hope Hicks and McGahn’s former chief of staff Annie Donaldson.

They have been ordered to provide documents and summoned to appear before the lawmakers next month.

Shortly before she resigned in March 2018, Hicks told the House Intelligence Committee that she sometimes told “white lies” for Trump.

As McGahn’s second-in-command, Donaldson is believed to have pages and pages of notes related to Trump and his reaction to the Mueller investigation.

​Contempt of Congress

Meanwhile, Nadler is threatening to hold McGahn in contempt of Congress for his refusal to testify Tuesday, after Trump told him to ignore the subpoena and the Justice Department said he cannot be forced to appear. 

“Our subpoenas are not optional,” Nadler said as he sat just a few meters from McGahn’s empty witness chair. “Let me be clear: this committee will hear Mr. McGahn’s testimony even if we have to go to court to secure it…we will not allow the president to stop this committee’s investigation.”

Nadler said McGahn’s testimony was essential after the Mueller report recounted that Trump ordered McGahn to get rid of Mueller and then lie about it to the press. McGahn refused to carry out Trump’s orders.

The Mueller team interviewed McGahn for 30 hours about his interactions with Trump.

​GOP sees a ‘circus’

The leading Republican Judiciary Committee, Doug Collins, attacked Democrats for staging the short hearing without McGahn, calling it “a circus.”

“The Democrats are trying to make something out of nothing,” noting that Mueller concluded that Trump did not collude with Russia to help him win the White House.

Trump tweeted Tuesday “The Democrats were unhappy with the outcome of the $40 million Mueller Report, so now they want a do-over.”

Mueller reached no decision whether Trump obstructed justice by trying to thwart his investigation.

Attorney General William Barr and former deputy Rod Rosenstein concluded there there weren’t sufficient grounds to charge Trump with obstruction of justice.

​Lawmakers not satisfied

Nadler’s committee voted two weeks ago to hold Barr in contempt of Congress after he refused to turn over an unredacted copy of Mueller’s 448-page report into whether Trump or his campaign colluded with Russia.

But congressional Democrats, along with several Republicans are not satisfied by Mueller’s stated inability to reach a conclusion about obstruction allegations, and his statement that he could not exonerate the president.

A Democrat on the Judiciary Committee, David Cicilline, told MSNBC television that if McGahn listened to Trump and defied the subpoena, an impeachment inquiry against the president should be started.

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Trump Returns to ‘Spygate’ to Rally Supporters

Gearing up towards re-election in 2020, U.S. President Donald Trump and his allies are amplifying claims that President Obama ordered the FBI to spy on his 2016 campaign. Last month, Trump renewed calls to “investigate the investigators”, and last week his attorney general launched a review of the decision by the nation’s intelligence agencies to investigate alleged ties between Russia and the Trump campaign. White House Correspondent Patsy Widakuswara has this report.

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Trump Appeals Ruling Allowing Congress to See His Financial Records

U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday appealed a federal judge’s ruling against his attempt to block a House of Representatives committee from seeking his financial records, according to a court filing.

Lawyers for Trump and his company filed the appeal in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia one day after a U.S. district judge backed the House Oversight Committee’s subpoena for Trump’s financial records from his accounting firm Mazars LLP.

The lower court’s decision on Monday handed an early setback for the Republican president in his legal battle with congressional Democrats as lawmakers investigate various aspects of his administration.

The House Oversight Committee has said it needs Trump’s financial records to examine whether he has conflicts of interest or broke the law by not disentangling himself from his business holdings, as previous presidents did.

Trump’s lawyers argue the panel’s demand exceeded Congress’s constitutional limits. Mazars has said it will comply with its legal obligations but has taken no sides as the case plays out in court.

A real estate developer and former reality television star, Trump still owns the Trump Organization but has said he would leave its day-to-day operations to his eldest two sons while in office. Unlike previous modern U.S. presidential candidates, he did not disclose his tax returns during his run for the White House.

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Ex-White House Counsel Defies House Subpoena to Testify on Russia Probe

Former White House Counsel Donald McGahn defied a subpoena Tuesday from the House Judiciary Committee to testify about his conversations with President Donald Trump ordering him to oust special counsel Robert Mueller in the midst of Mueller’s investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

The Democratic-controlled House panel left an empty chair and a nameplate at the witness table for McGahn.

But the 50-year-old Washington attorney, now in private legal practice again, adhered to White House instructions to not testify, and a Justice Department legal opinion that Congress cannot force him to appear.

Congressman Jerrold Nadler, the committee chairman, assailed McGahn’s refusal to testify, threatening to go to court in an effort to force McGahn to testify.

“Our subpoenas are not optional,” Nadler said.

He said McGahn’s testimony was essential after the Mueller report recounted that Trump directed McGahn to get rid of Mueller and then, when a news account appeared about his directive, asked him to publicly lie to deny the story, which McGahn refused to do. Mueller’s investigators interviewed McGahn for 30 hours about his interactions with Trump.

“We will not allow the president to stop this committee’s investigation,” Nadler said. The committee two weeks ago overrode Republican objections as it voted to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt of Congress after he refused to turn over an unredacted copy of Mueller’s 448-page report on his 22-month investigation.

The leading Republican on the panel, Congressman Doug Collins, attacked Democrats for staging the short hearing absent McGahn, calling it “a circus.”

“The Democrats,” Collins said, “are trying to make something out of nothing,” noting that Mueller concluded that Trump did not collude with Russia to help him win the White House.

Mueller reached no decision whether Trump obstructed justice by trying to thwart the investigation, but Barr and then Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein subsequently concluded that obstruction charges against Trump were not warranted.

Nadler accused Trump of trying to “run out the clock” to prevent hearings about his alleged misconduct. Nadler said Trump’s conduct in directing McGahn to get rid of Mueller and then to deny that he had done so were “not remotely acceptable.”

Nadler further dismissed the opinion from the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel against McGahn’s testimony, saying it was “entirely unsupported by the case law” related to the testimony of White House aides.

McGahn’s attorney, William Burck, on Monday said his client “remains obligated to maintain the status quo and respect the president’s instruction. In the event an accommodation is agreed between the committee and the White House, Mr. McGahn will of course comply with that accommodation.”

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders explained in a statement that the Justice Department “has provided a legal opinion stating that, based on long-standing, bipartisan, and Constitutional precedent, the former Counsel to the President cannot be forced to give such testimony, and Mr. McGahn has been directed to act accordingly.”

 

The Justice Department, in its legal opinion, said, “We provide the same answer that the Department of Justice repeatedly provided for five decades: Congress may not constitutionally compel the President’s senior advisers to testify about their official duties.”

Trump said of the legal opinion, “They’re doing that for the office of the presidency for future presidents. They’re not doing that for me.”

“I think we’ve been the most transparent administration in the history of our country,” Trump replied to a reporter asking why not just let McGahn testify so the public can have full answers to executive action regarding the Russia investigation. “We want to get on with running the country.”

In a letter to Nadler, the current White House counsel, Pat Cipollone, said that Trump had directed McGahn not to appear at Tuesday’s hearing.

 

“This long-standing principle is firmly rooted in the Constitution’s separation of powers and protects the core functions of the presidency, and we are adhering to this well-established precedent in order to ensure that future presidents can effectively execute the responsibilities of the Office of the Presidency,” Cipollone wrote.

One Democrat on the Judiciary Committee said beforehand that if McGahn defied the panel’s subpoena an impeachment inquiry against the president should be started.

“We simply cannot sit by and allow this president to destroy the rule of law, to subvert the Constitution,” Congressman David Cicilline of Rhode Island said during an interview on U.S. cable news network MSNBC.

 

McGahn’s name is mentioned on more than 65 pages of the Mueller report.

Monday’s pushback by the Justice Department and the White House is the latest instance of the executive branch trying to challenge for power the legislative branch of government with Trump betting the third branch – the judiciary – will back him up with rulings by federal judges, including the Supreme Court.

On Monday, however, a federal judge in Washington rejected Trump efforts to block another House committee’s subpoena for his financial records from a private accounting firm that has handled some of his business affairs. Within hours, Trump’s lawyers appealed the ruling, with the president calling the decision “totally wrong.”

 

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