Fred Henneke, Attorney & Counselor-At-Law

EPITATH; 01/21/2021

DONALD J. TRUMP:

  •  45th President of the United States
  • First president who never served in the military or any form of government
  • First president to lose the popular vote by more than 3 million votes and still win the Electoral College
  • Third president to be impeached
  • Third president to be impeached but not convicted
  • Tenth incumbent president to be defeated for re-election
  • First incumbent president to receive more than 74 million votes, and lose
  • First incumbent president to lose by 8 million votes
  • First president to incite his followers to storm the Capitol in a futile effort to overturn the results of the Electoral College
  • First president to be censored or barred from social media sites
  • First president to be impeached twice in his presidency
  • Fourth president to boycott his successor’s inauguration out of pique over losing
  • LOSER

STAY TUNED

2 responses to “EPITATH; 01/21/2021”

  1. Lynn Hecht says:

    I didn’t see any of Trump’s accomplishments listed. He had many…I guess in a blog you can just forget the “fair and balanced”, right…
    I don’t know if we’ve seen the last of him. He is a tenacious fellow. Really doesn’t like to lose.

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SORROW; 01/10/2021

Never in the history of our great Nation  has there been a domestic mob attempt to thwart the constitutional working of our government. Acting on behalf of President Trump, beneficiary of the greatest Cult of Personality the world has seen since Mao Tse Tung, encouraged by the President, his eldest son, and an appalling number… Continue Reading

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  1. Jody says:

    I am broken-hearted and pissed. This is not who we are

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TAKE AWAYS ONE WEEK AFTER; 11/20/2020

Here is what is I believe the takeaways are from the Election and aftermath:  Former Vice-President Joe Biden will be the 46th President of the United States. His margins in each of the contested states are statistically small but numerically large. Most, if not all, of the margins are more than challenges have ever overturned.… Continue Reading

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  1. Gerry gentry says:

    Dream on

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DECISION 2020; 11/01/1010

In just over 48 hours, we should be getting the early, east coast returns. Here is what I  am particularly paying attention to:  FLORIDA.  President Trump practically has to win Florida in order to have any chance of winning re-election. The latest polls give Mr. Biden a slight edge but within the margin of error.… Continue Reading

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  1. Bob Waller says:

    Fred
    I hope your prediction is wrong. I agree that it’s going to be close, and too close to predict. At this point, we can only pray that the electoral votes in key states will move in Trump’s favor and give him a slight victory. I think he can pull out Pennsylvania and Florida and a couple of surprises. My only consolation is that God has a plan.

    • Fred Henneke says:

      Bob – it was much closer than expected but the margins in the remaining 4 states are too large to overcome. And he needs all 4 to win. Sad part is that the US remains more tribally divided than ever. Solutions to our problems will never come about as long as we shout past each other instead of talking. Thanks for your comment.

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ONE WEEK TO GO; 10/27/2020

Topics of interest as we enter the last week before Election Day:  The Supreme Court. Our Constitution gives the President the authority to appoint justices to the Supreme Court subject to the advice and consent of the United State Senate. Therefore, President Trump’s action in appointing Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court was not… Continue Reading

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24 DAYS AND A WAKE-UP, MAYBE; 10/09/2020

Hopefully, by midnight 24 days from now, or first thing the next morning for those who can’t stay up for the final returns, we will know who will be the next president. Certainly we will know if there has been a tsunami landslide for one of the candidates (most likely Mr. Biden). If it is… Continue Reading

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A TAXING DEBATE; 10/01/2020

If you coulda sold tickets and popcorn, you could have retired the national debt. What a spectacular debacle. A mud fight between the school bully and the book worm. WWE couldn’t hold a candle to the disgraceful event put on Tuesday night. They should have worn tights. Not the finest moment in American political history.… Continue Reading

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RIP, RBG; 09/27/2020

First of all, sincere thanks and admiration to departed Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg. For decades, through her skill as an advocate, her teaching and mentoring, and her service on the Supreme Court, she helped to bring about change in American life. Small in stature but huge in intellect and passion, the “notorious RBG” dedicated her… Continue Reading

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AND THEY ARE OFF AND RUNNING; 09/07/2020

Traditionally, Labor Day has been the start of the presidential election contest. Oh, for those days of 2 month campaigns! Today Labor Day is just another day on the hustings. Random thoughts 55 days from the real election. 1. RIP NOMINATING CONVENTIONS. Both parties tried their darndest to resurrect tho excitement of big, mass political… Continue Reading

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SNAPSHOTS; 08/09/2020

As we all know, a Snapshot captures the picture or image as of a particular moment in time. Today’s conversation is about how I perceive various issues and situations today, August 9,  2020. .What value these thoughts have for an event that will happen November 3, 2020, is up to each individual. Presidential Campaign. As of… Continue Reading

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  1. Gerry Gentry says:

    Great analysis of the current state of affairs in the U.S.! However, I believe you forgot Sarah Palin (running mate to John McCain).

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