This Morning, The President of the United States Accused His Predecessor of Treason on Twitter

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 26, 2017

I told you it was happening.

This morning.

Here’s the warm-up.

And then, straight to the throat.

Yeah, that’s the mainstream story.

That Obama knew that this “Russian election hacking” was going on and let it happen.

So, yes.

President Trump just casually accused Obama of treason on Twitter this morning.

The Trump Train, it seems, has merely been chugging at a brisk pace for the last two years.

We’re now speeding up a bit.

This is the President of the United States accusing the former President of treason.

That is a thing that just happened this morning.

Meanwhile, the story that is covering this up this morning (along with the anal cake thing) as journalists pause for a minute and try to figure out how to respond is also good news.

The travel ban has been ruled at least partially legal.

Washington Post:

The Supreme Court agreed Monday to allow a limited version of President Trump’s ban on travelers from six mostly Muslim countries to take effect and will consider in the fall the president’s broad powers in immigration matters in a case that raises fundamental issues of national security and religious discrimination.

The court made an important exception: It said the ban “may not be enforced against foreign nationals who have a credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States.”

In the unsigned opinion, the court said that a foreign national who wants to visit or live with a family member would have such a relationship, and so would students from the designated countries — Libya, Iran, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen — who were admitted to a U.S. university.

The court said it would hear the case when it reconvenes in October. But it also indicated in the ruling that things may change dramatically by then. It asked the parties to address whether the case would be moot by the time it hears it; the ban is supposed to be a temporary one while the government reviews its vetting procedures.

And the justices said they “fully expect” the government to be able to conduct its review within the 90-day span the executive order proposes.

That affects the ban on travel from the six countries and a 120-day ban on all refugees entering the United States, with the exceptions noted by the court.

In a statement, Trump called the ruling “a clear victory for our national security.”

“Today’s ruling allows me to use an important tool to protect our Nation’s homeland. I also am particularly gratified that the Supreme Court’s decision was 9-0,” he said.

The president said last week the ban would go into effect 72 hours after receiving an approval from the courts.

I’m not sure that there is much or any practical relevance here, but this ban is symbolic anyway.

And the victory is symbolic. A demonstration of defiance of the politically correct order.

The real change will come later, after heresy against the ruling Jewish xenoarchy is normalized.