Joyanna Adams

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Trump VS Hillary: Jackson VS Adams–What They Had in Common

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What we are witnessing right before our very eyes, hasn’t happened since JFK was assassinated.
The deep state of entrenched corruption in Washington, wants to get rid of our President. In fact, a Senator from my home state of Missouri, just said on Facebook she hoped Trump was assassinated.

By now, the consensus has been by most experts that do NOT work for the government, that it was our own government who assassinated JFK. This Nobody agrees with the many books I’ve read on the subject, (and there are hundreds) Most all guilt points to JFK’s own VP…L.B.J, with a little help from the Mafia and some communists which we all know, have always been in bed with the democrats.
(Welcome now, the Muslims)

The press has been merciless on its attacks on President Trump the last few days, and seeing Trump’s Vice President, Mike Pence, come out TWICE today to make the “Presidential” responses to the ISIS attacks in Barcelona, made a lot of us feel like he’s warming up to step RIGHT into the office.

Add that more attacks came today from his advisor Bannon. Or were they? Comrade Karl Rove was everywhere pushing the hatred.

Drudge Report then posted a piece saying that the author who helped Donald Trump write the “Art of the Deal” predicts that Trump will resign, because of Mueller.

Seriously? Not because he’s afraid of being assassinated? If they can kill Princess Diana, (come on, sure they did) and JFK Jr. AND his Dad, what are we all to think?

It’s unbelievable what is happening.

And I hope, and pray, that President Trump does NOT resign. I hope he takes a page from American History.

And this is why: Another ‘decent’ and honest patriotic President had the same thing happen to him.
Let’s go back to the election of Jackson VS Adams, shall we?


John Quincy Adams (son of John Adams) was one of the greatest secretaries of state the country had ever known. He not only supported Stonewall Jackson, which got us the great state of Florida, he did so by standing up not only to Congress but to Spain. He formulated the Monroe Doctrine, which warned off the European nations that were nibbling at our western shores. His good deals with Russia was a great win.

And let’s not forget, he managed the peace treaty with England after the war of 1812, and kept our fishing rights off the shores of New England. NOT an easy task.

In his speech to Congress, he outlined that he wanted to build roads and canals, and “lighthouses of the skies” because Europe had 130, and the United State had none. The object of government he said, was to “improve the condition of the people.”

(Sound like anyone you know? Mmmmmm?)

And here’s what they did to him. Running against him was Stonewall Jackson, and when Adams won the Presidency, Jackson and ALL his supporters in Washington told the “lie” that Adams had promised Clay the position of Secretary of State, and therefore the electoral went to him.

Jackson, it was said, had more ‘votes’. In other words, Adams stole the presidency.

(Sound familiar?)

Clay hated Jackson more than Adams, he rightfully deserved the position, coming in third, and there was no truth to it at all, nevertheless, a GREAT many people believed the lie, because the bankers controlled even back them: The papers.

From the Life of Jackson and The Adams Family (First published in 1930)

It was evident that the defeated General was a strong candidate for the Presidency in 1828, and the fight for office began almost before Adams had moved into the White House in 1828.

The story of those four years is that of a man at bay, not of a President carrying out his policies with the support of his party.

(Sound familiar?)

At the time of Adam’s administration, the situation (of parties) can best be described as a free for all fight, with no sense of party allegiance to the man in the White House. That man was the only one who, in spite of a natural ambition, was guided in his conduct solely by the thought of his country. The others all had their eyes on 1828 and, in a period of almost unparalleled political passion, were jockeying for position, building up the own personal followings. In such a condition of public affairs, not only, from his own character and views, was the ultimate fate of Adams certain, but it soon became apparent that his administration was bound to be a failure. His own following among politicians was small and he would stop to nothing to increase it. His opponents had everything to gain and nothing to lose by hampering him at every turn. As attack after attack was launched against him from every side, Adams could only stand and fight back, confiding all his bitterness to his diary, (Just think if he had Twitter) which more and more took on the character of that “treasury of damnations”.

As yet, the ‘spoils system’ of bestowing public office on political supporters had not become established. That was a legacy to be bequeathed to America by Adam’s successor: Jackson.

Adams refused point-blank to use any office as a reward for political support or to build a political machine.

So yes, our President is alone.

But, he has one thing that JQA did NOT have.

And that’s instant access to the people.

Will President Trump resign?

Is he willing, like the American soldiers who fight and give their lives every day of the year for us?

Is he willing to take the chance against the REAL danger that he faces every day?

John Quincy Adams never gave up the fight. He lost to Jackson, but went back into the House and fought to eliminate slavery until the day he had a stroke on the House floor.

You know what I think.

As Mel Gibson said in the patriot, “Stay the Course Mr. President”

America, is worth the fight. As Ronald Reagan once said: If America goes down, so will the rest of the world.

So, keep fighting Mr. President.

We…are…still…here.

You better believe it.

 

August 17, 2017 - Posted by | American History, Uncategorized | , , , ,

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