We the people, by the people.
The incredulous descent on the escalator was actually a moment ripe with possibility and potential. It seemed to be a mild inside joke, some thing that was surely somewhat predictable and nevertheless surprising in its reality. It seemed flashy and unthreatening and doomed before fruition, and belief in all that resulted in incorrect summation.
Had a blast writing this scene out of my new Ultra Low Budget female driven mafia Feature A God Among Sheep -- The Rise of Maria Salvatore, took me a fucking week, and still needs some tightening, but I think it's funny which you need in an otherwise dark and violent script.
January 13th, 2021, marks the first time in history that a sitting U.S. president has been impeached twice, particularly with the first impeachment occurring only over a year ago which made Donald J. Trump the third president in U.S. history to be impeached by the House of Representatives. Only Donald Trump would be able to bestow such an honor upon himself. The House's historic vote 232-197 with some 10 Republicans breaking ranks to support the Democrats in removing the president. Unlike the first impeachment trial, polls show that a majority of Americans, 54% according to Politico, support Congress' decision with impeachment and want to see the president convicted. Additionally, the same poll 55% say that the President should resign from office before his term expires.
‘Hey Alex, I got us some more firewood.’ Persephone opened the door and dragged a bag in from the snow buried porch. ‘What have you done Alex? I told you not to move.’
Can I just start by telling you that I commend you. Not for the job, you have done as the President of the United States of America, but, for taking on the job, to begin with.
Dear Mr. Trump, My name is Kevin, and I am an 18-year-old living in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Before I begin, I will say that I am naive and uninformed. I don't know about everything you have said or done, and I personally haven't experienced the full chaos as other people have described.
Dear Donald Trump, The day you were elected is a day that I will never forget. I still remember the intense emotions of hatred and fear running their course through my high school. I remember my own friends gathered in a circle, worriedly looking at their phones and reading the news of your first of many attacks on the LGBT+ community. We were too young to vote, we were helpless, and for the next four years we would have to suffer the mistake that was you and your leadership.
Owls have always been a symbol of wisdom in many cultures; Where I’m from, a single feather of a white owl can mean a world of fortune.