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Trump Should Be Impeached for Lying to Congress

Updated on December 16, 2019

The President of the U.S.A. is required to make a speech at the beginning of each year, the speech is called the 'state of the union address'. Suppose he lied during this speech, so he could give more political power to his party, the Republican party, what should be done? The President should be impeached for lying to congress, since the state of the union address is given to congress and it's illegal to lie to congress. The Democratic party should introduce articles of impeachment, if Trump lies to congress during his state of the union address. Lying to congress is outlawed by United States Code, Title 18, section 1001. Let me explain how this would be done. The Democrats would get fifty people to testify against Trump. Fifty is an appropriate number since there are fifty states in the U.S.A. I'll give you an example of how the proceedings would sound. In this scenario, the Democrats call in fifty people, and each of these fifty people make a brief statement, telling why they think Trump lied.

A Democrat would begin the proceedings by explaining that these are typical Americans who believe that Trump lied. The first person to testify is from the state of Rhode Island. He introduces himself by saying, "Hello, my name is Clyde Crossman, I own a restaurant in Rhode Island, and when I was buying kitchen utensils for my restaurant, it was impossible for me to find any pots and pans made in the U.S.A. About 97 percent of the pots and pans that I looked at were made in China, and the other 3 percent were made in Italy. Trump said in his speech that the American economy was a 'booming, thriving economy', and he's lying, our economy is a shambles, and we are totally dependent upon China".

The next person to speak is a car mechanic from the state of Minnesota. He introduces himself by saying, "My name is Ron Parker, I Iive in Minnesota and I work as a car mechanic, I was recently buying tools, and I couldn't find any tools that were made in the U.S.A. I looked at wrenches made in China, screwdrivers and pliers made in China, and I looked at every store in town, and I couldn't find any tools that were made in the U.S.A. Trump said during his speech that our economy was a 'booming, thriving economy', and that's obviously a lie. Trump is a liar. Our economy is a disaster and we've become totally dependent upon China".

The next person to speak is a railroad worker from the state of Illinois. He introduces himself by saying, "My name is Steve Wilson, I live in Chicago, Illinois and I work as a railroad switcher for the Illinois Central Railroad. I wear gloves at work and I was recently trying to buy a new pair of gloves. All the gloves I found in the stores were made in China. I couldn't find any gloves that were made in the U.S.A. Trump said that the American economy was a 'vibrant, booming economy', and that's an outright lie. The American economy is a disgrace, and we're totally dependent on China. Trump's a liar if he thinks we have a functioning economy".

The next person to speak is from the state of Florida. He introduces himself by saying, "My name is Robert Johnson, I live in Florida and I work as a real estate agent. My employees use lawn mowers and other equipment to mow the lawns on the houses that we have for sale, and when I went shopping for a new lawn mower a few weeks ago, all the lawn mowers that I found in the stores were made in China. There weren't any American-made lawn mowers for sale anywhere. Trump said in his state of the union address that we have a 'robust, vibrant economy', but it's a lie, our economy is in ruins, and we're totally dependent upon China for lawn mowers, and hundreds of other products. Trump is a liar!"

The next person who testifies is from the state of Montana. He introduces himself by saying, "My name is Herbert Goldstein and I am the owner of a gas station. I wanted to buy a snow blower and a snow shovel, because I want to keep the driveway of my gas station free of snow, and all the snow blowers and snow shovels that I saw on sale were made in China. I asked the store clerk if he had any snow shovels that were made in the U.S.A. and he laughed at me. He told me that almost all the merchandise in his store was made in China. In Trump's speech, he said we have a 'booming, vibrant economy' and I just don't see it. Our economy isn't healthy, it's a sick, parasitic economy, because we're totally dependent on China. Trump lies when he tells the world that our economy is great, he is nothing but a liar!"

The next person who testifies is from the state of Vermont. She introduces herself by saying, "My name is Audrey Wilkins, and I own a beauty salon in Vermont. I went shopping to buy scissors and combs for my salon, and all the scissors, combs and other hair-styling items were made in China. It is a lie to say that our economy is a 'thriving and robust' economy, like Trump said in his state of the union speech. Our economy is ruined, because he depend on China for nearly all the products in the stores. Trump is lying about our economy".

The next person to speak is from the state of New Hampshire. He introduces himself by saying, "My name is Jack Peterson, and I own a pet store in New Hampshire. All the dog leashes and other pet-related products are made in China. If you want to buy a dog bowl for your dog to eat from, that dog bowl is made in China. Your dog leash is made in China. How can Trump say in a speech that we have a 'robust, vibrant economy' if something as simple as a dog leash has to be imported from China? Trump is the worst liar I've ever seen in my life!"

The next person to testify is from the state of New York. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Arthur Nelson, I live in New York city and I own a bicycle shop in New York city. All the bikes I have in my shop are made in China. The bike accessories are also made in China. Trump said in the state of the union address that we have a 'thriving, vibrant economy', well, I can tell you that our economy is not exactly thriving. We have become a nation of parasites who are totally dependent upon China. Trump is lying when he tells this fairy tale about our thriving economy. He is a liar."

The next person to speak is from California. He introduces himself by saying, "My name is Edward Bixby, and I'm a musician. I'm a member of a band, I play guitar, my guitar is made in China, my drummer has a set of drums made in China, my other band members also have instruments that are made in China. If you go shopping for musical instruments, you'll find that about 99 percent of the instruments out there are made in China. It's almost impossible to find instruments that are made in the U.S.A. In his state of the union address, Trump said that we have a 'booming, vibrant economy', that's a lie, because every time we want something, we have to import it from China, our own economy can't provide it for us."

The next person to testify is from Kansas. He introduces himself by saying, "My name is Thomas Clark, and I'm a house painter. I live in Kansas, and when I went shopping for paint brushes, I found brushes that were made in China, there weren't any brushes made in the U.S.A. Trump is really a liar if he says that we have a booming economy, because we don't. We have a crippled economy that limps along with aid from China. Trump is lying."

The next person to testify is from the state of Ohio. He introduces himself by saying, "My name is Brett Henson, I live in Cleveland, Ohio and I'm a construction worker. I was shopping for tools recently, it was impossible to find any tools that were made in the U.S.A. I saw hammers and saws made in China, and I was forced to buy these Chinese tools, because I needed the tools for my job. Trump says that we have a 'booming, vibrant economy', well that's just a lie. We have an economic disaster. If the Chinese stopped exporting merchandise to our stores, then all our stores would close. Trump is lying about our economy."

The next person to testify is from West Virginia. He introduces himself by saying: "My name is William Derringer and I own a delicatessen in Wheeling, West Virginia. We have microwave ovens in our deli, and they're all made in China. I wanted ovens that were made in the U.S.A., but none were available. If you call our economy a free economy, you must be crazy, because there's nothing free about it. We're all under pressure to buy all this Chinese stuff, and Trump doesn't tell the truth about that. He keeps repeating this lie about how great our economy is, Trump is nothing but a liar!"

The next person to testify is from New Jersey. He introduces himself by saying, "My name is Irving Engleman, I'm an attorney, I work in a law office in New Jersey, and we have have telephones in our office. I have a phone, my secretary and legal assistants have three phones, we also have answering machines for our phones. Did you know that all our telephones and answering machines are made in China? I would have bought phones that were made in the U.S.A. if any were available, but, unfortunately, none were available! We're stuck with phones, photo-copy machines, typewriters, and all manner of office machines that are made in China! In his recent state of the union speech Trump said that our economy was a 'thriving, vibrant economy', actually, that's a lie. Look in the dictionary for the meaning of the word 'parasitic', and that's the word that best describes our economy. The American economy is a weak parasitic economy that is totally dependent upon China. Trump's a liar."

The next person to testify is from the state of Wyoming. He introduces himself by saying, "My name is Bill Rose, I'm a forest ranger, I live in Wyoming, and I recently went shopping for a pair of binoculars, and I only found binoculars that were made in China, I couldn't find any that were made in the U.S.A. Trump said recently that we have a 'vibrant, robust economy', and that's a lie because we get most of our products from China. Our economy is a failure because the Republican party has ruined it, and Trump's a liar when he says that our economy is a big success."

The next person to testify is from the state of Pennsylvania. He introduces himself by saying, "My name is Albert Connors, and I am a hotel manager from Pennsylvania. One of our local ordinances requires hotels to have fire extinguishers in the hallways, well, I went shopping for fire extinguishers and the only ones that I found were made in China. Trump said in his speech that our economy is doing great, actually, that's a lie. The Chinese economy is doing great and our economy is in tatters."



The next person to testify is from Delaware. He introduces himself by saying, "My name is Dale Walters, I'm an apartment manager, I live in Delaware. The apartment building where I work has to comply with local laws, and one law requires all the apartments to have smoke detectors. I wanted to buy smoke detectors that were made in the U.S.A. and the only thing I found was smoke detectors that were made in China. In Trump's state of the union address he lied to the public and said that the economy is doing fine, but actually, our economy is so weak that if we wanted a simple product like a smoke alarm, we'd have to get it from China! Trump lied!"

The next person to testify is from Georgia. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Clarence Stubbs, I am a janitor, and I work in Atlanta, Georgia. I was trying to buy a vacuum cleaner, I use a vacuum when I do my job, but I couldn't find any that were made in the U.S.A. I ended up buying one that was made in China! Trump says that the economy is in great shape, that's a lie, because vacuum cleaners and hundreds of other products are made in China. If Trump could speak truthfully, he'd say we've got problems, but Trump feels more comfortable telling lies to the people!"

The next person to testify if from the state of Alaska. She introduces herself by saying, "My name is Elizabeth Collins, and I'm a high school teacher from Alaska. I wear gloves to keep my hands warm when I go outside, and they're made in China. I wish I could find gloves that were made in the U.S.A. but I haven't found any. Trump lied in his state of the union address, when he said we have a thriving economy. Our economy is actually a parasitic economy that is dependent upon China, and Trump's a liar."

The next person to testify is from the state of Hawaii. He introduces himself by saying, "My name is Eugene Walters, I'm a pineapple farmer, I work on a pineapple farm in Hawaii. We have a tool shed on our farm and I had to go to a hardware store to buy a padlock for the shed. All the padlocks on sale were made in China, there were no American-made padlocks on sale. Trump said our economy is great, but he's wrong. If we depend upon China to make all of the things we need, then our economy has obviously failed, and instead of truthfully telling the American people that we've got economic problems, he lies, and says that everything is great."

The next person to testify is from Nebraska. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Shelton Orrellson, I'm a tow truck driver and I live in Nebraska, sometimes when people call me for help, they don't actually need their car towed, they only need a boost. Well, I get out there with booster cables and I give them a boost. Did you know my booster cables are made in China? I've got a tool box full of tools that I carry in my truck and all my tools are made in China, too. I would have gotten booster cables and tools that were made in the U.S.A. but none were available in all the stores I looked at. Trump says our economy is just fine, but he's a liar. Our so-called economy collapsed a long time ago, and the Republicans have been lying about it ever since."

The next person to testify is from Michigan. He introduces himself by saying "Hello, my name is Edward Staller, and I'm an architect from Michigan. I was recently hired to design a large apartment building, and during the design process, I was responsible for ordering supplies. There are 187 doors in the apartment building I'm designing, so I had to buy 187 door knobs. All the door knobs on the market are made in China. I looked for door knobs that were made in the U.S.A. but none were available. Trump is lying if he says that we have a 'booming economy'. Our economy is a failure and Trump is too foolish to see that fact. Our economy is supported by Chinese imports, and Trump has lied about the economy every time he's opened his mouth."

The next person to testify is from Wisconsin. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Gilbert Mallard, I live in Wisconsin and I own a building service company. We do work on buildings like pumping water out of leaky basements, and so forth. Our work requires pumps, hoses and other equipment, and I'd like to buy American-made equipment but there's none available. I'm forced to buy Chinese hoses and pumps that were made in China. Trump says our economy is 'robust and vibrant', and it's obviously a lie, since our economy can't function without massive imports from China."



The next person to testify is from Indiana. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Brad Tillson, I own a hotel in Indiana, and I'm responsible for buying everything the hotel needs. I was buying waste baskets, and all the plastic wastebaskets that I bought for the hotel were made in China, there were no American wastebaskets for sale in all the stores I looked in. Trump says that our economy is booming, that's a lie. I guess Trump hasn't looked in a store, because if he did, he would see thousands of products labelled 'made in China'. Trump's lies are an insult to the American people."

The next person to testify is from Kentucky. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Ronald Forester and I work in the public schools in Lexington, Kentucky. I was recently ordering light bulbs for a school building, when I discovered that all the bulbs were made in China. There were no light bulbs made in the U.S.A.! Trump is lying to us when he says the economy is in great shape. Obviously he doesn't know about the millions of tons of Chinese products that have flooded the country!"

The next person to testify is from Texas. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Jason Keller, I work in an auto parts store in Dallas, Texas. When people come in and buy spare parts for their cars, they're not getting parts that are made in the U.S.A. The vast majority of the parts are made in Japan, China, or some other foreign country. Trump lies when he says our economy is great. If he told the truth, he'd say that our economy survives because China is propping it up."

The next person to testify is from Louisiana. he introduces himself by saying: "My name is Dick Skelton, I'm a postal worker, and I deliver the mail in New Orleans, Louisiana. When I needed a new pair of shoes, I went shopping in all the stores in New Orleans. The only shoes I found were shoes that were made in China! There were no shoes that were made in the U.S.A.! Trump lies when he says that the economy is strong. The economy is actually weak, and it's so weak, we can't even make our own shoes! We depend on China to make them for us!"

The next person to testify is from Virginia. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Terrence J. Hall, I'm an office worker, I live in the state of Virginia. I agree with the previous witness who said he had to wear Chinese shoes while he was delivering the mail, I'm also wearing Chinese shoes. I wanted to talk about the office I work in. We have all kinds of things that were made in China. Our photo-copy machines and phones are Chinese, even the smallest items like the staple machines and the staples inside them are made in China. Trump is living in a dream world if he thinks our economy is a huge success, it's actually a huge failure, because we've become totally dependent on China for thousands of different products. Trump is lying about the economy."

The next person to testify is from South Carolina. he introduces himself by saying "My name is Brandon Tyler, and I'm a store owner in South Carolina. I bought cash registers to use in my store, all of the cash registers were made in China. I never found any cash registers made here. Trump lies when he says we have a robust economy, because he fails to take into account our economic dependency upon China."

The next person to testify is from Arizona. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Thomas Davidson, I am a professor of chemistry at Arizona State University. In our chemistry lab, we recently got microscopes that were made in China. I think it would have been better to buy microscopes that were made in the U.S.A. but the person in charge of buying them couldn't find any microscopes or other lab equipment that was made in the U.S.A. Trump is lying about our economy, because he implies that the U.S.A. could somehow survive without products imported from China. Trump's remarks in the state of the union address are substantially false."

The next person to testify is from Nevada. He introduces himself by saying "My name is John Carpenter, I'm a bank manager, I work at a bank in Las Vegas, Nevada. We have computers in our bank, we use them to keep track of information related to people's bank accounts, and all these computers were made in China. I wanted to be a patriotic American and buy computers that were made in the U.S.A., but I couldn't find any American computers for sale, anywhere. Trump was lying to congress when he talked about the economy during his state of the union address. He says the economy is booming, but actually our economy is failing. Our economy is being kept alive by tons of Chinese merchandise."

The next person to testify is from Oregon. She introduces herself by saying "My name is Cheryl Black, I'm the assistant manager of a clothing store in Portland, Oregon. Our store sells a variety of clothing, and about 80 percent of it is imported from China. The other 20 percent comes from other foreign countries, for example, we sell blue jeans that are made in Mexico, underwear that's made in Pakistan, and so on. Although our store has hundreds of different items, not one of these items is made in the U.S.A. President Trump lied when he said that our economy is booming, actually, our economy is in very poor shape. Our dependency on Chinese imports is evidence of that."

The next person to testify is from Utah. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Bill Travers, I work at a medical supply company in Salt Lake City, Utah. We have items for sale that are aimed at the elderly, such as canes and other walking aids, we also have wheelchairs. All of the canes and wheelchairs we sell are made in China. I would rather sell wheelchairs that are made in the U.S.A. but it's impossible to find them, so I'm stuck with selling all this Chinese stuff. Trump is obviously lying when he says we have a great, booming economy. We actually have a very weak economy that depends on China to function."

The next person to testify is from Washington. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Oliver Truman, I own a shopping mall in Seattle, Washington. I recently had people install a brand new security system for the mall, including dozens of video surveillance cameras. All of those cameras were made in China, and I'd get American cameras, if they were available. Trump is lying when he says that we have a 'booming, vibrant economy' because he's trying to cover up the most important fact about our economy. Our economy is totally dependent upon China, and that's the most important fact about the U.S. economy. Trump's delusions about American economic strength are dangerous."

The next person to testify is from North Carolina. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Carl Smith, I'm an optometrist. I live and work in North Carolina, and although the lenses that we sell are made in the U.S.A., the frames of the glasses are not. All the eyeglass frames we sell are made in China. Trump is lying about what he calls our 'robust economy'. Our economy would be robust if we could function without Chinese help."

The next person to testify is from New Mexico. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Stanley Jones, I own an appliance store in New Mexico. My store sells washing machines and dryers that are made in China. I can't find any American appliances to sell, so I have been selling Chinese appliances. If Trump thinks we have a robust, thriving economy, he's not aware of the fact that most major appliances sold in the U.S.A. are made in China. Thousands of other products are made in China, everything from toasters and vacuum cleaners to computers and microwave ovens. American stores are full of Chinese products! Doesn't Trump know this? Trump lies when he says out economy is great, our economy is actually a dismal failure."

The next person to testify is from the state of Maryland. She introduces herself by saying "My name is Jennifer Cushman, I own a beauty salon in Baltimore, Maryland. A few weeks ago I bought a dozen hair dryers for my employees to use. All these dryers were made in China. It's just another example of how dependent we are on China. At this moment, I'm wearing Chinese shoes on my feet! All the shoes I found in the store were manufactured in China! What would you think of a country that's so weak, they can't manufacture their own shoes? You'd say they were economically inferior! But Trump doesn't truthfully say our economy is inferior. He lies and he says our economy is doing great. He is a liar!"

The next person to testify is from Iowa. He introduces himself by saying "My name is George Billings. I live in Iowa and I work as a house painter. I was buying ladders a few months ago and I had to buy several ladders that were made in China. There weren't any ladders that were made in the U.S.A. So, when I'm standing on a ladder painting somebody's house, I'm standing on a Chinese ladder. It doesn't make me feel very confident. Trump is misleading the American people by saying our economy is great. Actually, our economy is in terrible shape, but Trump doesn't have the moral character to tell the truth about it."

The next person to testify is from Colorado. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Frank Coleman, I work in an office in Denver, Colorado. All of the office furniture in our office is made in China. We have tables and chairs made in China, it's impossible to furnish an office with American furniture, because American furniture simply isn't available. Obviously we can't do anything without China. We can't even furnish an office without getting Chinese furniture. Trump is living in a dream world, he thinks the American economy is some kind of miracle, actually it's a disaster. He lied when he said our economy was strong. The billions of dollars Americans have spent on Chinese products proves that our economy is weak."

The next person to testify is from Oklahoma. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Fredrick Miller, I'm a police officer from Oklahoma. I wear a wristwatch during my patrols, and the watch that I wear is made in China. My watch is a vital piece of equipment, because when I write a crime report, I have to write down what time the crime occurred. Naturally, I look at the Chinese watch I wear on my wrist to see what time it is. I've got Chinese shoes on my feet, and I wish I was wearing American shoes. Trump is lying when he says our economy is strong, because our economy is actually very weak. Out economy is weak because we are totally dependent upon Chinese products."

The next person to testify is from Arkansas. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Paul Olsen, I'm a probation officer and I work for the Arkansas Department of Criminal Rehabilitation. I have an alarm clock in my house, and it wakes me up every morning. That clock is made in China. If you look at the things that are sold in an electronics store, you'll see alarm clocks, cameras, and many other products that are all made in China. None of these things are made in the U.S.A. Trump is living in a delusional world if he believes that the American economy is capable of doing more than suck up Chinese products. Trump lies when he gives speeches declaring our economy is healthy when our economy is actually is deep trouble."

The next person to testify is from North Dakota. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Glenn Harrison, I own a sporting goods store in North Dakota. Nearly everything in our store is made in China. We have baseball bats, tennis rackets, fishing rods, and a wide variety of other sporting goods, and it's all made in China. If China boycotted the U.S.A. and quit sending us merchandise, my store would close, and most of the retail stores in the U.S. would also close. The only stores that would still be open would be food stores, because American farmers are still producing food. Trump's claims that we have a robust economy is just crazy propaganda. Trump is lying about our economy because our economy is struggling to survive, our economy is not 'booming' like Trump says it is."

The next person to testify is from Mississippi. She introduces herself by saying "My name is Janelle Williams, I'm the director of a homeless shelter is Mississippi. We help homeless people by giving them a place to stay, but we don't actually have beds for all the people we serve. Many of them have to sleep on the floor. We give them blankets, and just for the record, let me state that the blankets are made in China. Trump lies when he says our economy is powerful, our economy is actually very shaky. Trump is doing us a great disservice by lying about our economy."

The next person to testify is from Idaho. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Billy Wilkerson, and I am a potato farmer in Idaho. I have a plastic gas can that I use to bring gasoline to my potato harvesting machine when it runs out of gas. The gas can is made in China, like almost everything you see in stores nowadays. Trump is playing a cruel joke on the American people when he says our economy is booming. If he told the truth, he'd have to admit that our economy only functions because China allows it to function. Trump's lies are stupid, but most importantly, Trump's lies are dangerous."

The next person to testify is from South Dakota. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Everett Connelly and I am a politician in my home state of South Dakota. I'm the mayor of the town of Freeport, South Dakota and I have a TV set. I use my TV set to watch news reports. I watch TV news so I can stay informed with what's happening in our country. My TV set is made in China. I wish I could find a TV set that was made in the U.S.A. and if I found one, I'd buy it immediately! Trump is a coward and he is afraid to tell the truth. He's afraid to tell Americans that our economy is in deep trouble because we depend so much on Chinese products. Instead of telling the truth, Trump tells lies!"

The next person to testify is from Alabama. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Alfred Schneider, I'm a janitor and I live in Alabama. I have brooms and mops, and all of the equipment I use is made in China. It's a shame, because we should be manufacturing all our brooms, mops and other products here. Trump lied to congress when he said our economy is booming. If it's booming, then why is all our stuff made in China?"

The next person to testify is from Tennessee. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Morey Gannet. I work as a security guard in Tennessee, and I carry a flashlight while I'm on the job. The flashlight is made in China. Does anybody know where I can buy a flashlight that's made in the U.S.A.? I'd buy it in a second, if I could find one. Trump is pushing a lie, and his lie says that our economy is fine. I can tell you otherwise. If millions of items, including my flashlight, are made in China, then we have a problem. Trump is not truthfully telling the American people about that problem."

The next person to testify is from Massachusetts. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Dave Scoville, I'm an artist and I live in Boston, Massachusetts. I was in an art supply store a while ago, and I was buying blank canvasses. Most of the canvas they had on sale was made in China, there were a few that were made in India. I really wanted to find a canvas made in the U.S.A. because when you're making a fine painting, it deserves to be made on a fine canvas. I am so tired of Trump and his lies. He has the gall to say that our economy is booming, when actually our economy is scraping the bottom. We are economically dependent upon China, but Trump is too cowardly to say it!"

The next person to testify is from Maine. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Bert Fisher, and I work in a car repair shop in Portland, Maine. I have an air compressor that was made in China, and I was unable to find a compressor that was made in the U.S. I use the Chinese compressor to pump people's tires full of air. If you looked in my tool box, you'd find it's full of Chinese tools. If you think our economy is booming, you must be insane, because our economy is almost totally dependent on Chinese imports. Trump lies when he says we have a robust economy, he fails to see the fact that Americans are unhappy with all these Chinese products."

The next person to testify is from Connecticut. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Jason Phillips, I am a security guard and I work in Bridgeport, Connecticut. In my job I use a walkie-talkie to communicate with other security guards. I haven't seen any American-made radios in the stores, so I guess we're stuck with Chinese radios. Trump has shown a profound disrespect for the American people by constantly claiming that we have a strong economy, when it's obvious that our economy is not strong. Our economy has been compromised by the barrage of Chinese products that have flooded our stores."

The last person to testify is from Missouri. He introduces himself by saying "My name is Herman Tillerman, I'm an insurance agent in Springfield, Missouri. I sleep on a bed, and it's a Chinese bed. There aren't any beds that are made in the U.S.A., I would have bought one if there was. I got a Chinese TV set in my living room, I have a Chinese refrigerator in my kitchen, and I'm wearing Chinese shoes on my feet. If you call this a booming economy, you're out of your mind, because this economy has been ruined by Chinese imports. Trump is lying about the economy, because he refuses to see the Chinese problem."


The story above is fictional, and the fifty names in it are fictional, but it illustrates what's wrong with Trump and what's wrong with our government. When Trump makes a speech before congress, and when he delivers blatant lies, he deserves to be impeached, because lying to congress is illegal. We often hear the news media talk about America's enemies, and these enemies are often described as communists, or Islamic fundamentalists, but America's worst enemy is the Republican party.

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