Recent 'creative editing' and out-right faking of news events involving concerned conservative citizens, of all races & social strata, in which videos were edited to imply that blacks were white, rational discourse was 'hate speech' and "propaganda commentary" insinuated that the mere existence of 'right thinking' groups was somehow a mortal danger to the current sitting President.
If I may throw my opinion of such nonsense in to the ring of puplic sentiment toward the person now sitting in the Oval Office, I offer this excerpt from Wikipedia which lists those in line for replacing the President if he/she were unable to fulfill their Constitutional duties. For reasons best described by historical events concerning the the mysterious circumstances surrounding the demise of some persons, I agreed with o'who?'s selection of anyone other than Mrs. Clinton for V.P.
MSNBC, NBC, ABC, and some 'fellow traveler' pundits are blatantly "scare mongering" and trying to incite or inflame some kind of 'oppressive actions' against the American Majority. It is self evident, from the list below, that no right thinking person would even consider hastening a departure from the highest office of the land.
Current order ( source:This is a list of the current presidential line of succession, as specified by the United States Constitution and the Presidential Succession Act of 1947 (3 U.S.C. § 19) and subsequent amendments to include newly created cabinet officers.
- Political parties:
Colors in the above table denote political party affiliations: Republican , Democratic , and Independent
- People not eligible to serve
- People who are not natural-born citizens are constitutionally ineligible to the office of President, as are persons who are not at least thirty-five years old or have not resided in the United States for fourteen years. This is specified in the Presidential Succession Act (3 U.S.C. § 19(e)).
- Acting officers are ineligible
- To be in the line of succession, an officer must have been appointed and confirmed by the United States Senate, prior to the death, resignation, removal from office, inability, or otherwise failure to qualify of the President pro tempore. Therefore, acting officers who have not been confirmed into the position cannot be in the line of succession.