BLACK AND BROWN GMW: What Would have Happened To Out Sons And Daughters?
Grandmother, mothers and women (gmw) Black and Brown, Our children would not have been treated so well after a coup or insurrection against our government.
Social Media’s Executives (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, has taken down Trump’s accounts , to stop his rhetoric, but the powers in the GOP, who looked the other way for 4 years, enabled the insurrection on January 6, 2021, and each of them is responsible for The Health and economic chaos, our country is in right now, with 374,000 deaths and 21 million cases of COVID-19, all from a lack of leadership. If the senate had impeached him when they had a chance, we would not be receiving condolences from around the world, for our lack of ability to protect our lives, Health, economy and capital.
The vice president, the cabinet and congress has the power to invoke the 25th amendment section 4; and have Trump out of office or away from the duties of the president immediately. It allows the vice president, together with a “majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress may by law provide”, to declare the president “unable to discharge the powers and duties” of their office in a written declaration. Upon the said declaration of the vice president and at least eight of the principal officers of the executive departments, the transfer of authority to the vice president is immediate, and (as with Section 3) the vice president
- Secretary of State (Mike Pompeo)
- Secretary of the Treasury (Steve Mnuchin)
- Secretary of Defense (Christopher C. Miller, acting)
- Attorney General (Jeff Rosen, acting)
- Secretary of the Interior (David Bernhardt)
- Secretary of Agriculture (Sonny Perdue)
- Secretary of Commerce (Wilbur Ross)
- Secretary of Labor (Eugene Scalia)
- Secretary of Health and Human Services (Alex Azar)
- Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (Ben Carson)
- Secretary of Transportation (Elaine Chao (who however has announced her resignation, effective 11 Jan)
- Secretary of Energy (Dan Brouillette)
- Secretary of Education (Betsy DeVos)
- Secretary of Veterans Affairs (Robert Wilkie)
- Secretary of Homeland Security (Chad Wolf, acting)
A president thus declared unable to serve may subsequently issue a declaration stating that they are able; this would mark the beginning of a four-day period, during which the vice president would remain acting president. If by the end of this period the vice president and a majority of the “principal officers of the executive departments” have not issued a second declaration of the president’s incapacity, then the president would resume his powers and duties.
If a second declaration of incapacity is issued within the four-day period, then the vice president remains acting president, while Congress considers the matter. If within 21 days the Senate and the House determine, each by a two-thirds vote, that the president is incapacitated, then the vice president continues as acting president; otherwise the president resumes his powers and duties.
Section 4’s requirements for the vice president to remain acting president indefinitely – a declaration by the vice president together with a majority of the principal officers or other body, then (if the president makes a counter-declaration) a two-thirds vote of the House and a two-thirds vote of the Senate – contrasts with the Constitution’s procedure for removal of the president from office for “high crimes and misdemeanors” – a majority of the House (Article I, Section 2, Clause 5) followed by two-thirds of the Senate (Article I, Section 3, Clause 6).
Participation of the Vice President is an essential element; of Section 4.