How to protect yourself from the POTUS’ puppets
POTUS Trump’s puppets have made an impression on the Senate Democratic caucus as they’ve been using a range of methods to block votes.
Their latest stunt is to pretend they’re not a puppet.
But what are they doing?
The Democratic Caucus has a policy on its website that states: “Puppets do not have the right to represent the United States Congress.
They do not receive any benefits from the Government and do not represent the views of the people.
The DNC is committed to ensuring that the public has a voice on all matters of national importance and to ensuring the integrity of the electoral process.”
But it goes on to say that the party is “committed to ensuring fair and balanced representation in Congress”.
And in addition to that, they are also committed to voting in a way that is “proportional to the number of eligible voters in the state, precinct and county”.
But these are just platitudes, not a statement of policy.
There is nothing in the policy that says a puppet cannot be nominated to represent the House or the Senate, and if there were, the Democratic Caucus would have put it in the policy already.
And if the Democratic Party had put in a policy saying that a puppet is not entitled to be nominated as a member of the House or Senate, then there would have been no reason to keep this policy in the DNC’s website.
So how can we protect ourselves from this sort of thing?
It’s not as simple as changing the name of the party, but there are ways to make sure it’s not going to be a puppet in the first place.
What if the puppet in question is a Democrat?
There’s a way to do this that doesn’t involve changing the party name.
Instead, you can change the name of the person who is representing the Democratic caucus, and then you can follow up by calling that person in to say “what’s your name, do you represent the Democratic party?”
The first question is going to give the puppet a few seconds to get the hang of this.
“What are you calling me, Mr Trump?”
He’ll probably say “Senator Sanders”.
Then you can ask “Who are you representing, Senator Sanders or Senator Trump?”
The second question is much easier.
It is the same as asking “who are you, the Democratic caucus or the United Nations?”
Instead of the party name being “Democratic Party”, you ask What are you calling me?
What is your name, Senator Bernie Sanders or Senator Donald Trump?
“Do you represent our Democratic caucus or the United Nations?”
The question is going to take a bit of practice, but once you get it down, you can ask it again and again to make sure you’re asking the right question.
You can also tell the puppet to “follow up” to ask what is the name of the Democratic caucus, or the United Nations, or whatever name you want to use.
In other words, if you’re asking who is representing the Democrats, and you’re being criticised for it, you could say “Senator Bernie Sanders” and you could then ask the puppet what is your name.
And the puppet will probably say “Bernie”.
The second question will give you a few seconds to figure out which of the three things is right.
This is because the first question doesn’t actually state which party is representing the people.
Rather, it is asking who is being represented by the DNC.
Which means that if you ask for who in the Democratic census is a Democrat, what is the name of the party?
And what names are the ones that are representating them?
In this case, Senator Sanders is actually representive of the Democrats.
That means that Senator Bernie Sanders is not representative of the Democratic House.
He is a representational member of a Democratic House.
That is why Senator Bernie Sanders is not representable by the Democrat House.