Mad Maxine Waters – Dislike for Dual Citizen Politicians
Maxine Waters calls for Trump to be ‘imprisoned and placed in solitary confinement’
Rep. Maxine Waters of California was one of the first congressional Democrats to call for an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, which the House formally launched last week.
If Trump is ‘racist’ for questioning Waters’ IQ,What is Waters for questioning the intelligence of Dr. Carson?
Among the reasons Democrats and their media sympathizers offer to show President
Donald Trump’s alleged “racism” is that he called Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., a “low IQ individual.”At a July 2018 rally in Montana, Trump said: “She is a low I.Q. individual, Maxine Waters. I said it the other day. I mean, honestly, she’s somewhere in the mid-60s, I believe that.” And in June 2018, Trump tweeted:
“Congresswoman Maxine Waters, an extraordinarily low IQ person, has become, together with Nancy Pelosi, the Face of the Democrat Party. She has just called for harm to supporters, of which there are many, of the Make America Great Again movement. Be careful what you wish for Max!
Canada doesn’t limit politicians with dual citizenship — here’s how it works
The Canada Elections Act doesn’t have rules banning members of Parliament — or potential prime ministers — from holding dual citizenship.
According to 2016 conses data, roughly 1.4 million Canadians hold more than one citizenship.“It’s kind of this idea that your patriotism is determined by where you were born,” she said. “I like to think that as Canadians, we’re really past that.
”The Globe and Mail first reported Thursday that the Tory leader’s father was born in the U.S. and Scheer and his sisters received American citizenship as a result. Scheer said he let his passport expire and met U.S. consular officials in
August to begin the paperwork to renounce his American citizenship.
Justin Trudeau Empowers Dual Citizenship MP’s While Australia Has BANNED Them
Last year, 10 [Australian] MPs and senators were removed from office for violating a constitutional rule that prohibits federal political candidates from being dual nationals.“Charter Breach!” screams uber-refugee pusher, NDP Immigration Critic, MP Jenny Kwan.“Um…Jenny…this is in Australia–not Canada.”
Big difference, eh? As it happens, under the government of Justin Trudeau, 22 members of parliament hold dual citizenship. We name a few key players: MP’s Ahmed Hussen(Somalia), Iqra Khalid(Pakistan), Maryam Monsef(unknown), Omar Alghabra(Saudi Arabia). Heart-warming, isn’t it?
Canada and Australia share a number of similarities, but dual citizenship MP’s is not one of them. CAP recommendation: dual citizens are not permitted to hold federal public office.
A North Carolina man just won a $750,000 lawsuit after suing his wife’s lover
A North Carolina man says his divorce was almost unbearable, but an unusual legal claim just landed him a $750,000 judgment.
According to court documents, Kevin Howard recently won a judgment against his ex-wife’s lover for “alienation of affections” — a claim that exists in just a handful of other states across the country — according to court documents.
Alienation of affection laws, sometimes known as “homewrecker” laws, allow the spouse to sue another person for “purposefully interfering with the marital relationship,” according to Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute.
The person sued is usually the person a spouse cheated with.Share on Facebook Tweet about this