Here are three more links about invoking the 25th Amendment to declare a sitting President impaired. The first one is from a conservative website calling for exactly this move against then-President Obama, which shows that this kind of maneuver was not invented by Trump-hating liberals.
#1: “Time to Invoke the 25th Amendment!”
This first link takes you to an article on the right-wring Conservative Papers blog, written during the Obama presidency, calling for invocation of the 25th Amendment against then-President Obama. I’m including this to show that calls for invocation of the 25th against a sitting president are not just a new tactic invented by Trump-hating liberals.
One can only wonder if President Obama is possessed by demons, or perhaps he has fallen victim to severe neurological distress.
Clearly, the president needs immediate help from either a professional exorcist or licensed neurologist, or perhaps both, working in tandem.
Thankfully. the 25th Amendment to the Constitution provides for peaceful, stress-free transfer of responsibility and authority to the Vice President when the president’s ability to function is impaired.
Given the gravity of the situation, the 25th Amendment should be invoked immediately, and the presidency turned over to Vice President Joe Biden, a move that might be doubly prudent given the criminal vulnerability of democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
#2: “Donald Trump and Narcissistic Personality Disorder”
Despite common misconception, many infamous individuals from history were Narcissists, not sociopaths, which is a clinically irrelevant term and has been for 50 years. Examples include Adolph Hitler, Saddam Hussein, Ted Bundy, Pol Pot, Muammar Gaddafi, Kim Jong Un, and Osama bin Laden. In fiction, think Hannibal Lecter, or Christian Bale’s character in American Psycho. These are dangerous people. And NPD is incurable. Let that sink in for a moment.
#3: “You’re Fired: Four Ways Donald Trump’s Presidency Might Not Last Four Years” by Dean Falvy
Now that he has been sworn in as the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump is entitled to a four-year lease on the White House. Based on his wild start in office, it promises to be a tumultuous and consequential tenancy.
But will Trump still reside in the East Wing four years from now? That’s harder to predict. Whether he stands to take the oath again, or watches someone else get sworn in on January 20, 2021, the chances are good that Donald Trump will at least begin that day as POTUS. But it’s far from a certainty. There are four ways that the Trump presidency could last fewer than four years: (1) death; (2) impeachment by House and conviction by Senate; (3) suspension due to disability under the 25th Amendment; and (4) resignation.