In a world in which the US has a huge economic, political and social crisis, it’s not surprising that people are taking to the streets to express their frustrations.
The question now is whether these protests will have the desired effect.
For the past week, protesters have been demanding the resignation of US President Donald Trump, the resignation or impeachment of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and the reopening of the investigation into Russia’s alleged meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
In a nutshell, the protesters are calling for the removal of the current president, the dismissal of Sessions and the resignation (or impeachment) of the US Congress.
And that’s not all.
Protesters have also called for the reinstatement of martial law in the US.
“The people want a president that is not just there to serve as an economic stimulus for the economy but to represent the interests of the people, not just to represent his own self-interest,” said the Rev. James Martin, an African-American pastor in Washington, DC, who was among the demonstrators who gathered in the city’s Chinatown.
But the protests are also about much more than the economy and politics.
They’re also about the people.
They are about the American dream.
And the people have no place in the Trump administration.
In fact, they have no business in the White House.
It is an utter joke to suggest that anyone is even trying to serve the people when they don’t even have a job.
“I think the Trump team needs to take a look at themselves and figure out who the people are,” said Rev. Martin.
“We’re a people of the constitution, a people that we have a Constitution that was written to govern, not to create.
The people are our first line of defense.
We are the ones who are supposed to keep the government from doing harm to us.
It’s not like he’s going to be the first one to do that. “
You have a president who is trying to tear us apart by undermining the constitution and our rights and freedoms.
It’s not like he’s going to be the first one to do that.
It won’t be the last one to.
The next president will be elected by people who understand the constitution.
And I think we need to make sure that the people who will be the next president are not going to put the Constitution in the hands of a man who is only interested in enriching himself.”
While the protests have focused on the president and his administration, the movement is also targeting the people that are responsible for perpetuating the crisis of confidence and making it worse.
For one, the current administration has done a lot of bad things to the economy.
The US has lost over $20 trillion in value since the end of last year, and it is expected to lose another $10 trillion by the end (or as early as 2021) due to the massive economic downturn that has been caused by the economic sanctions imposed on Russia, the imposition of new tariffs and trade restrictions, and a variety of other factors.
While there are some who argue that the economic downturn will ultimately be repaired by the Trump Administration, that won’t happen, said Martin.
“The people are fed up with what the Trump Team is doing to their economy,” said Martin, a pastor and founder of the United Methodist Church.
“It’s just not working.
They have a lot to answer for.
There’s nothing the Trump Organization can do to change the damage that the Trump-Russia narrative has caused to the American people.
I would not blame the Trump people for this because they have a right to be pissed off, but I think they need to get their heads out of the sand and start making changes.”
But it’s the people at the top of the Trump family that have really created the crisis.
For instance, President Trump has spent the last three years attacking and sabotaging the people he is supposed to represent.
He has tried to eliminate federal funding for schools, colleges, and hospitals, cut back on public spending, and cut social programs for the poor, minorities, and working class.
He’s done all of these things without ever having to run for office.
Trump’s administration has been responsible for at least $3 trillion in lost federal, state, and local government funding, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
It has also slashed Medicaid, eliminated food stamps, slashed federal housing assistance, cut federal grants for food stamps and welfare, and slashed federal funding to the Department of Housing and Urban Development, which serves the poor and homeless.
Trump has also destroyed jobs, pushed companies out of town, and forced many of the country’s largest companies to leave the country.
And as a result of all of this, the economy has suffered a massive $19 trillion loss in value.
This is a crisis of economic confidence, said Rev