I’m Ashamed of my State
I’m ashamed to be from Maryland. I’m ashamed to say I know Brian Frosh. I’m ashamed to admit our former Governor Martin O’Malley and Senate President Mike Miller both recently admitted they gerrymandered the election districts to force the eviction from office, of a great American Congresswoman, Connie Morella.
I’m ashamed of how partisan, stupid and short sighted these men are. I’m ashamed tax dollars from my pockets, and other Marylanders are being used to sue the President of the United States for purely partisan reasons.
The story below tells the tale of Maryland Democratic Party corruption and delusional behavior — But is not the whole story.
Republican Governor Hogan ran against a liberal, black, Democrat – who was also a sitting Lieutenant Governor — in the last election, and Won.
Hogan did that in a state with a 2 to1 Democratic voter registration advantage. He will win again, and someday — a day I pray for — the voters in Maryland will finally tire of these loudmouth, rude, arrogant, stupid, corrupt, and useless Democrats running my home state, and elect a slate of Republicans.
I just can’t wait. Until then, I know what Frosh and the other idiots in Annapolis will do, they will continue to lie, scheme, maneuver and sue over things like the President’s ethics, nuclear weapons, bullet and gun bans, just about any liberal cause there is, while ignoring their real duties to their constituents.
The story below is from the lying, leftist, loony tunes Washington Post, which is seriously behind in it’s journalistically ethical duties to retract multiple stories written about The President and James Comey. If the WaPo ever woke up and decided to be honest or ethical, they would need to print an entire “Retraction Edition” just on the lies they have printed about Trump — this past month.
By Aaron C. Davis June 12
From the Washington Post — Attorneys general for the District of Columbia and the state of Maryland say they will sue President Trump on Monday, alleging that he has violated anti-corruption clauses in the Constitution by accepting millions in payments and benefits from foreign governments since moving into the White House.
The lawsuit, the first of its kind brought by government entities, centers on the fact that Trump chose to retain ownership of his company when he became president. Trump said in January that he was shifting his business assets into a trust managed by his sons to eliminate potential conflicts of interests.
But D.C. Attorney General Karl A. Racine (D) and Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh (D) say Trump has broken many promises to keep separate his public duties and private business interests. For one, his son Eric Trump has said the president would continue to receive regular updates about his company’s financial health.
The lawsuit, a signed copy of which Racine and Frosh provided to The Washington Post on Sunday night, alleges “unprecedented constitutional violations” by Trump. The suit says Trump’s continued ownership of a global business empire has rendered the president “deeply enmeshed with a legion of foreign and domestic government actors” and has undermined the integrity of the U.S. political system.