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CLINTON TOLD: STEP DOWN OR STEP ASIDE
Recently a meeting was reportedly held in the White House, chaired by Robert Strauss, elder statesman of the Democrat Party, accompanied by between five and ten leading Democrats. President Clinton was told to his face that the gathering storm against his wife Hillary would wreck the Democrat Party.
The President was shown a photograph of the reported upcoming federal criminal indictment by the Independent Counsel against the First Lady accusing her of perjury and obstruction of justice. The indictment, as described to Clinton, is reportedly to be handed up, or has already been done so, and is set to be released between the date of the Democrat Convention in August and the Presidential election in November.
Cursing and fuming, the President reportedly told Strauss and the others, "You are traitors," implying with the use of the sinister term that certain drastic action might be taken by Clinton against them, under his vast emergency powers as Commander-in-Chief and President.
"You use cocaine and liquor. You are unfit to deal with worldwide emergencies," Strauss reportedly blurted out and smashed an ashtray on a nearby desk near Clinton. In response to further shouting and curses by Clinton, Strauss reportedly said the President is "deranged" and could be removed under the 25th Amendment, and that Vice President Al Gore would help.
(The U.S. Constitution, 25th Amendment, Section 4, provides in pertinent part:
Whenever the Vice President and a majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress may by law provide, transmit to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives their written declaration that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office, the Vice President shall immediately assume the powers and duties of the office as Acting President.
The 25th Amendment goes on to provide further terms under which the matter is to be decided quickly by Congress whether in session or not.)
At the meeting, Strauss reportedly ordered the President to either resign his office or to state he does not wish to be nominated for a second term, either one to be announced by Clinton two days before the Democrat Convention.
Clinton strangely cooled down when Strauss reportedly suggested that Clinton figure out a way to send Hillary out of the country for six months.
Prior to the meeting, the group with the aid of others, had already arranged stories to leak, such as that CIA Director Deutch has ordered an internal review of any spy agency links to alleged U.S.-sanctioned criminal activity in Arkansas when President Clinton was governor.
At the meeting the President did not give his decision. Later, Clinton told the group he does not agree to their terms, and was given the ultimatum that Clinton would be confronted on the floor of the Convention in Chicago by prominent delegates with various charges, such as:
Originally expected to be boring, the Democrat Convention in Chicago may turn out to be a donnybrook.
Some at the meeting and thereafter expressed the view that Clinton's position and corruption is somehow linked to the series of strange events and violence.
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Mr. Skolnick, since 1963, has been founder/chairman of a public-interest group, CITIZENS' COMMITTEE TO CLEAN UP THE COURTS, researching and disclosing certain instances of judicial corruption and political murders. Since 1971, as editor of updates of the group's work, called HOTLINE NEWS, a 5-minute recorded phone message, changed several times per week -- a regular phone call -- (312) 731-1100. Since 1991, a regular participant, now moderator, of a popular, public access cable TV program, called "Broadsides", in Chicago and suburbs -- on most every Monday evening in Chicago, on Channel 21 cable, 9 p.m., available to some 400,000 households. His comments appear on Internet on several websites; archives of his stories can be pulled up and printed out. Also, on Internet, his stories appear on some five categories of news groups, such as alt.current-events.clinton.whitewater and alt.activism. Office (8 a.m. to midnight, 7 days): (312) 375-5741. 9800 So. Oglesby Avenue, Chicago, IL 60617-4870. Call before sending FAX. (After October 12, 1996, AREA CODE changes to 773.)
A few highlights of the group's work: Caused the biggest bribery scandal in U.S. history, the collapse of the Illinois Supreme Court, 1969. Investigation of the sabotaged Watergate plane crash, 1972-73. 12 Watergate figures perished including Mrs. E. Howard Hunt, wife of the Watergate burglar. One of the first to comment on the Vice President Spiro Agnew bribery mess, resulting in his downfall, 1973. Investigation and disclosure causing the jailing for bribery of the highest level sitting federal judge in American history, Chicago Federal Appeals Judge Otto Kerner, Jr., 1973. Touching off "Operation Greylord," in which 20 local judges and 40 lawyers jailed for bribery, 1983-1993.
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