Manufacturing crimes and abuse of power by Democrats is now being described by NBC News broadcaster Pete Williams as a 1990’s Prom Song by rapper MC Hammer, ignoring the Democrat’s favorite founder Alexander Hamilton, who wrote about the necessity of giving a sitting President Absolute Immunity.
“Do you know the MC Hammer song rap song Can’t Touch This? That was, in essence, the President’s Legal Argument and that is what the Supreme Court has struck down today,” Williams said to his snickering co-host.
Know the @MCHammer rap song ‘U Can’t Touch This’?
"That was in essence the President’s legal argument here. And that's what the Supreme Court has struck down today.” – @PeteWilliamsNBC breaks down the SCOTUS rulings on Trump's taxes.
— NBC News NOW (@NBCNewsNow) July 10, 2020
However that is not what President Donald J. Trump’s legal counsel said, and that is not what the United States Supreme Court said, not even in close.
Kayleigh McEnany, the White House Press Secretary, cited Alexandar Hamilton’s Federalist No. 70, “The Executive Department Further Considered From the New York Packet, March 18, 1788″, on Thursday in her defense of the administration’s understanding of the SCOTUS ruling on the New York State Court Case, that brings no crimes yet demands access to Trump’s tax returns.
New York State Attorney General Cyrus Vance wants to look at Trump’s tax returns, to look around for a potential reason to bring criminal charges against a sitting President.
The US Supreme Court remanded the case to the district court where Trump can raise Constitutional arguments that he has Absouete Immunity from the distraction of being involved in Vance’s baseless legal battles, and McEnany explained that the ruling was a win for the President.
“President Trump underscored to me that it was [Justice] Bret Kavanaugh in the New York State Court Case that there was unanimous agreement that this should be remanded to the district court where the President may raise Constitutional and legal agreements,” McEnany said.
She went on to explain that Justice Roberts called the entire thing “harassment”, basically saying that there was no legal case brought to examine Trump’s taxes.
— Brian O'Donovan (@BrianOD_News) July 9, 2020
Trump called the political tactics of his Democrat opponents to dig into his tax returns without any legal reasons to do so, a “Witch Hunt”
POLITICAL WITCH HUNT!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 9, 2020
McEnany also cited the work of Hamilton, in her Thursday Press Conference, saying that too many people misunderstood Hamilton’s work.
Briefly, Hamilton believed that the President of the country, the Executive, was the one guy who really needed to pay attention to his job and Hamilton wrote that the position of POTUS is such an important job that citizens have to give the office holder immunity from distractions, such as opponents digging around in his tax returns causing needless legal drama.
At the same time Democrats obsessively celebrate the Broadway showing of Hamilton the play, based on Alexander Hamilton, they are ignorant of the real works by Hamilton.
Pushing a negative view of Trump, a reporter told McEnany that Trump, claiming Absolute Immunity, was “acting as if he thinks he is above the law.” MCEnany cited Justice Clarence Thomas’ findings in her response to that fake news claim.
“It is almost as if people do not understand a legal term, Absolute Immunity. It was Hamilton who talked about the foundation for Absolute Immunity. The point he was making that the executive must be able to operate unencumbered,” McEnany said.
.@PressSec Educating The Press On The Concept Of "Absolute Immunity"
Kayleigh Quotes Alexander Hamilton: "A feeble Executive implies a feeble execution of the Government." pic.twitter.com/ckui903S1K
— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) July 9, 2020
In the end, the no one in the Supreme Court proceedings appears to be saying anything at all about rap music, as claimed by NBC News, but the Justices did point out that there is no actual charge, no victim and no legal reason to distract Trump with political theater by Vance.
In fact, there is no reason for Williams to tell NBC News about a song he awkwardly doesn’t even know by its correct title, “U Can’t Touch This“.
Someone needs to tell Vance he needs to be investigating himself and Fake News NBC, because it might finally be “Hammer Time” for Trump supporters.
"I would like to encourage anyone who has been the target of false reporting to contact our Office. We are strongly committed to holding perpetrators of this conduct accountable.” https://t.co/F3h1Ys6UDn
— Cyrus Vance, Jr. (@ManhattanDA) July 6, 2020
Perhaps Trump really should have his counsel explain to the Fake News that Trump is 2 Legit 2 Quit. That would be funny.
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism. @Saorsa1776