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Political decisions from the President effecting United States Citizens under the
Amendment's Constitutional right or privilege to medicare, medicaid,unemployment, foreign policy, acts
war, housing, criminal justice as enjoyed bywhite people, must be free from ineligible office holders whose decisions
thesematters greatly and adversely effect the due process/equal protection clauses for whichplaintiff is entitled under the
Plaintiff as an Afro-American and those similarly situatedunder this President and this Congress is so egregious, that it violates the protectionsafforded under the Fourteenth Amendment.
Evidence will show, the President and Congress continue to respond to
8.5 to 9per cent national unemployment mte for White America while in total disregard to the22 to 26 per cent unemployment rate in the Afro-American communities, specificallyMecklenburg and Richmond counties
Virginia and throughout the nation.
When the President and Congress are in active collusion with the Commonwealth
Virginia in denying the most basic freedoms
housing opportunities, employmentopportunities, educational opportunities, medical care opportunities, businessopportunities as enjoyed
"White People", is deprivation to Afro-Americans.
The President must be
minimum eligible to his office under Article Two,Section One. Many federal programs are administered
some fashion by the states suchas medicaid, stimulus funds, unemployment,7. Here, in Virginia, the very legitimate state codes intended to protect every