An Open Letter to the United States Secret Service
Dear officers of the Presidential Protection Division:
We, the majority American citizenry who have just voted in this nation's 2016 Presidential election, have unanimously chosen Mr. Donald Trump to be the 45th President of the United States of America.
As we all know, President-elect Trump had campaigned on a number of very controversial social, political, and financial issues. In less than 24 hours, certain subversive anti-American segments of the populace have already begun to riot and set American city streets ablaze with their style of protest. This type of violent reaction to the loss of an orderly and lawful U.S. election is unacceptable to we the law-abiding American majority whom have given, by ballot, our consent for Mr. Trump to preside as our national leader for the next four years.
We are acutely aware, that as officers of the law, you ladies and gentlemen, stand as the bulwark against any attempts that may possibly be made against the welfare, safety and ultimately the life of Donald J. Trump. Such threats, and even attempts at physically attacking the man, were made on a number of occasions during his campaign tour.
Those entrenched forces — the defeated party of anarchists and cultural-Marxists — have already begun to stir-up social unrest and are presently and actively fueling negative emotions of certain other ethnic elements, along with various socially-volatile individuals and groups who are enraged by their own sense of defeat and frustration. Those parties are all from the losing camp — Hillary Clinton's.
It is glaringly apparent from the initial reports that these reactions to the outcome of the election are, and will for some time remain, a vicious and dangerous threat to the safety and life of Donald Trump.
In his stated goals, in terms of dealing firmly and justly with many of the law and order issues with regards to crime and other societal ills, and a sundry other grave problems that the nation currently faces, Mr. Trump has — without question — made many enemies. The effigies are the man being burned in the inner-cities of America, is but a small sample of the violent hostilities that exist towards our next President.
Many of us old enough to remember, recall another U.S. President who rode a wave of populist social-political sentiment all the way to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in January of 1961. But sadly, he too had many enemies of the hidden-hand subversive type. His love for his country, and his plans and efforts at solving the pressing national problems of his day came ultimately to naught. His enemies prevailed and killed the President of the United States of America in broad daylight in a major American metropolis — Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963. That man of course was John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
President-elect Donald J. Trump is due a greater professionalism from his Secret Service protection details than Mr. Kennedy received on that fateful day 53 years ago this month. With that as our preface, we the American majority whom have honored Mr. Donald Trump by the casting of our Constitutional ballots make this firm demand:
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OF THE SECRET SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA:
DO NOT FAIL TO PERFORM YOUR SWORN DUTY AND PROTECT PRESIDENT-ELECT DONALD J. TRUMP AND HIS FAMILY AT ALL COSTS.
WE WILL ACCEPT NO REPEAT OF A DALLAS. DO YOUR JOB AND DO IT RESPONSIBLY. WE, THE MAJORITY, WILL TOLERATE NO LESS.
We the people of the sovereign United States of America
Threat potential is very real:
French radio station calls for Donald Trump's assassination