Pelosi Sets Date To Try To Override President Trump’s Veto — March 26

President Trump signed his first veto on Friday after 12 Republicans sided with Democrats in the Senate to block his National Emergency declaration.

Nancy Pelosi just announced she was going to try to override Trump’s veto which is a crazy idea. The emergency is the Congress refused to fund the wall. If they had done their job, the declaration would never have happened.

He tried several times to get the funding with an agreement that would give the Democrats a path to citizenship for DACA, and they would not agree. They don’t care about those DACA kids; they just use them like all the other special interest groups to gain votes.

The wall may not be a 100% guaranteed solution, but doing nothing is a 100% guaranteed failure. President Trump made the correct decision to declare a national emergency, and the correct decision to veto the resolution. It is the Executive Branch that is responsible for the security of the nation, not the Legislative Branch nor the Judicial Branch. President Trump is doing his job as assigned to him by the U.S. Constitution.

“Today I am vetoing this resolution,” said Trump. “Congress has the freedom to pass this resolution and I have the duty to veto it and I’m very proud to veto it.”

Trump’s reelection campaign began fundraising off the veto early Friday afternoon, sending out an email asking supporters to donate to an “Official Wall Defense Fund.” Homeland Defense Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, Attorney General William Barr and Vice President Mike Pence were among those who praised Trump’s veto during the Oval Office ceremony.

Related: President Trump — VETO!

Shortly after the veto was official, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced that the vote to potentially override the veto would occur on March 26, saying “House Republicans will have to choose between their partisan hypocrisy and their sacred oath to support and defend the Constitution.” [excerpt via Yahoo News]

In 2017, there were 46 times as many apprehensions of illegal aliens on our southern border as there were on all of the borders combined. Dems say it isn’t a problem. What’s the Dems motive for saying it isn’t a problem?


Republican senators, who think they’d be setting a precedent for the Dems to use if their positions were reversed, are delusional. Do they believe the Dems wouldn’t declare an emergency if it were to their advantage regardless of this issue because it would set a precedent? Do you think the ‘power of the pen’ last president didn’t override congress whenever he wanted to?

There’s a reason Congress has such an abysmal approval rating, and it’s on both sides of the aisle.

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