Meeting with Attorney General Jeff Sessions on MLK Day
By Alton H. Maddox, Jr.
I will be meeting with Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Dr. King’s birthday. The initial question will be to ascertain if President Donald J. Trump a racist. I have never labeled President Trump a racist even though I have more proof to show that he is a racist than any other person. President Trump has always incriminated himself.
I have asked President Trump to meet with members of the Congressional Black Caucus, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus (DACA and Puerto Rico) in addition to Medgar Evers’ family, at Ben’s Chili Bowl in the nation’s capital. This meeting can only help Mr. Trump. The meeting must produce results or the government will go bankrupt like Mr. Trump’s casinos. He has sunk to the bottom.
President Trump is on the record saying that he will meet with the Congressional Black Caucus if anyone arranges it. I will do it, since the Creator and the revered ancestors allowed me to prophesy on October 3, 2015 that Donald Trump would be the 45th president of the United States. He said that his base would get priority. Will President Trump double-cross the Creator?
I penned an op-ed piece that appeared in the Newnan Times Herald August 13, 2017, giving Mr. Trump a recipe for success or failure as president of the United States. He must also worship at Galbraith AME Zion Church and the Black community in the nation’s capital and to take a knee to the Creator. No one has seen him take this mandatory knee.
Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. was the “drum major for justice.” It is only appropriate that Blacks enjoy competent and zealous attorneys for effective representation. An oath-taker, as attorney general, must be non-partisan. I will be asking Mr. Sessions if the use of a bill of attainder is unconstitutional. Gov. Cuomo believes that it is.
Mr. Sessions will also be asked if the denial of exculpatory material under Brady v. Maryland, 373 U.S. 83 (1963) is mandatory. This inquiry will focus on the conduct of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and NYS Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. Oath-takers must respect the U.S. Constitution or face impeachment
Finally, I will be requesting the transcript in Garvey v. United States of America to assist in the preparation of a pardon and to look into the pardon of attorney Bill Borders. President Clinton gave him a pardon. It is as valueless as a three-dollar bill with Little Richard on it. The National Bar Association should defend this prior president of the NBA.
The letter to Mr. Sessions will be more comprehensive than this PSA. I am not asking anyone to accompany me. I have fought the Ku Klux Klan nose-to-nose, eyeball to eyeball and toe-to-toe. This meeting is for our children. Blacks have defaulted like they did in “Central Park 8.”I am asking everyone starting Saturday morning to prepare for a great MLK Holiday by keeping the Pressure On Nationwide! This meeting without me will bring a smile on Dr. King’s face.
Keep The Pressure On!
Hon. Donald J. Trump – (202) 456-1414
President of the United States
Hon. Jeff Sessions – (202) 514-2000
Attorney General of the United States
Hon. Andrew M. Cuomo – (518) 474-8390
Governor of New York
Hon. Eric T. Schneiderman – (212) 416-8000
NYS Attorney General
Hon. Nathan Deal – (404) 656-1776
Governor of Georgia
Blacks do not have permanent friends. We only have permanent interests. Politics is quid pro quo. Dynasties fail to work in politics. These persons refuse to listen to Puerto Ricans or to visit Puerto Rico on a two-day trip. Puerto Ricans have a right to town hall meetings like everyone else.
The investigation by Robert Mueller is moving too slow. I have the Maddox indictment in my pocket. I will expose President Trump and his kitchen cabinet of leading Blacks and emolument titleholders. Mr. Trump will have no other choice but to seek HELP. I will have to be sued or else. He has to answer to his base. So far, no one has accepted my invitation.
In Cambridge, Maryland in the 1960’s, Cong. Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. delivered a powerful message: What’s in Your Hands? He urged Blacks to use whatever was in their hands to redress grievances. Today, a telephone, a cell phone and a computer are in our hands.
When I was growing up, the elders would always say: “The squeaky wheel gets the grease.” No one pays any attention to your complaint unless you make some noise. Every day, before I leave any residence, I will always make some noise. Otherwise, I will have betrayed my revered ancestors and elders.
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