Your list reminds me of when Rachel Maddow ran out of room on her "board" to add the names of new departures from the Trump administration. Your list is actually a quite effective way to get some perspective on how numbed we've become about all of this in the past four years.

To extend Victoria Baldassano's comment, we don't need to just investigate what Trump has done (although it is vital to do so), the problem is the accrual of executive power, and not just since 9/11.

I urge you to sign The Pledge to Safeguard the Constitution [] which petitions Congress to pass specific, targeted legislation to limit presidential power in the most urgently vital areas.

Furthermore, we are not out of danger in regard to what Trump might do right now while he still holds the powers of the presidency.

In an October article entitled The War After the Election [] I summarized the findings of the Transition Integrity Project, a group that included former Congressmen, United States Senators, previous cabinet members, White House Chiefs of Staffs, Secretaries of Defense and Homeland Security and state governors whose “war games” predicted almost exactly what is happening. I have updated the article to take into account events since January 6 with ideas regarding what we should do to immobilize Trump until Biden assumes power – including that we as a citizenry should refrain from giving Donald Trump any excuse for attempting to declare states of emergency or to impose even “limited” martial law.

If “limited martial law” sounds like hyperbole, remember that ten former Secretaries of Defense recently took the extraordinary step of co-authoring an article warning against the military becoming involved in our election process; and that the leaders of the United States government are actively considering removing the President of the United States from office with less than a week remaining in his term.


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