Pelosi Introduces Contagious Legislation Related To the 25th Amendment

  • AUTHOR: dua
  • POSTED ON: October 9, 2020

Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has made plans to introduce legislation that
would create a “Commission on
Presidential Capacity
”, meaning that the Presidential powers would be transferable
under the 25th Amendment outlines.

to her, this move would later prove to be beneficial and restore effective and
uninterrupted leadership in the most important office in the Executive Branch
of government.

was a news conference on the bill with Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., and it was
revealed that Raskin bought similar measures into action in a previous
Congress. Pelosi spoke to reported during her weekly conference and told them
that they should come tomorrow as “We’re
going to be talking about the 25th Amendment.”

course, this leads to an essential question: Did this thought invoke because of
the Presidential illness? She dodged the question at the time and asked them to
come tomorrow for the answer.

exactly is the 25th Amendment? Well, according to this new
legislation, all Presidential powers will be handed to the Vice President in
case of the president’s resignation, removal, or incapacitation or death. The
legislation was first ratified and approved when President John F. Kennedy was

clarity is provided in another section; it states that the Vice President and
majority of either the Cabinet or any other body such as Congress may be
granted Presidential powers by law.

one of her interviews, Pelosi suggested that Trump is not thinking clearly
because of all the drugs that he has taken for the treatment of Coronavirus,

“The President is,
shall we say, in an altered state right now. I don’t know how to answer for
that behavior.”

– Pelosi said while speaking to Bloomberg TV.

she continued, “There are those who
say when you are on steroids or have Covid-19, there may be some impairment of

Trump was sour after hearing Pelosi’s statements. He aggressively tweeted that
Pelosi “is the one who should be
under observation.”

Thursday, Trump spoke to Fox News and applauded his
medical care while downplaying the negative effects of the Coronavirus.

“I don’t think
I am contagious at all. I stand very far away from everybody, whether I was or
not, I wouldn’t, I still wouldn’t go to a rally if contagious.”
– He said.

is quarantining in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention after the
onset of symptoms. CDC guidelines state that people should isolate for at least
10 days after they’ve started showing symptoms

Updated October 9, 2020
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