A Dissection Of @EricHolder’s Tweet

Though Donald Trump and his camp have long denied its possibility, evidence floating around news media circles and the society-ran world wide web suggest that Trump and company could have, in fact, involved with the results of the 2016 presidential election.

Any person that seeks office by manipulating votes is one that wants to display the feeling of a democracy, even though the characteristics of a democracy aren’t at all present, in turn spurring the American people to think that they live in a democratic republic in which their votes really matter.

The Mind Of Sujit Choudhry

The above two paragraphs are, more or less, what Mr. Sujit Choudhry feels about a tweet by the former Attorney general Eric Holder, who held the position during the Barack Obama administration.

Holder’s tweet was spread throughout the Internet on December 17, 2017 and urges American citizens to publicly speak out against potential misconduct by United States President Donald Trump in the event he fires Robert Mueller from his spot as the Department of Justice’s Special Counsel, a position that’s meant to provide lawyers in the role with protection when searching for potentially incriminating evidence regarding some of the biggest names in United States government.

The Tweet

Mr. Eric Holder’s December 17 tweet shared that if Robert Mueller were fired from his position, or if his abilities as the Special Counsel for the Department of Justice were taken away in substantial part to investigate into collusion involving the 2016 presidential election, then Americans should speak out about the unsavory conduct and try to change the world.

Sujit Choudhry breaks down the tweet as having a strong foundation of “constitutional self-enforcement,” and likens the “red line” mentioned in the four-month-old tweet by @EricHolder to a failure of democracy.

Learn more about Choudhry and his impressive work-related credentials on constitutionaltransitions.org.

Mr. Sujit Choudhry shares three central forms of utter disrespect in regards to the political system that is democracy – technically, a democratic republic: taking excessive term limits beyond the prescription of law, seizing power unconstitutionally, and engaging in “blatant electoral fraud are all slaps in the collective face to American citizens, and things they should watch out for.

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