Why President Trump should select Dr. Tolbert as the next secretary of the veterans administration

June 03,2018

John DeStefano
Assistant to the President and
Director of Presidential Personnel
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500

The President of the United States of America
Mr. Donald Trump

I, Charles Frederick Tolbert EdD, am a Write-in NPA Candidate for US Senate Florida 2018, and I am qualified for an office of the Secretary of Veterans Administration United States of America.

Outlined below are my goals, objectives and my resume.

Mr. Trump, as the President of the United States of America, I request that you consider me an asset and a team player as part of the presidential staff. My capabilities and objectives would enhance The United States of America.

Dr. Charles Fredrick Tolbert EdD is also qualified for:

*US Secretary of State

*Head the Department of Education

*Oversee the Department of veteran affairs

*A member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

*Advisor foreign affairs
*Ambassador to Germany

*Organizational effectiveness concerning education, production, defense and protection of the United States citizens.

*The re-organization of the general staff members of the Armed Forces promotions and expansion of ground forces in order to take on the offense rather than the defense to protect America from terrorism, invasion, and counter espionage.

Charles Frederick Tolbert EdD
Retired MSG


John DeStefano
Assistant to the President
and Director of Presidential Personnel
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500

For: The President of the United States of America
Mr. Donald Trump

I, Charles Frederick Tolbert EdD, am a Write-in NPA Candidate for US Senate Florida, and I am qualified for an office of the Secretary of Veterans Administration United States of America.

As you are an owner of major corporations and the President of the U.S.A, I understand that you will recommend the next Secretary of the Veterans Administration. Your selection will be for the one person most qualified.

My history is as follows:

I failed the first and second grade

I was a high school drop out

I went in the Army rather than go to jail

I served in Viet Nam

I am a retired E8 Master Sergeant

In 1981 after leaving the military I became a motivational speaker

I owned an executive airplane company, Charles Fredrick Aircraft Sales, from 1982-1999

In 1999 I became a Pastor, went to school between 2002 and 2010.

Bachelor Degree Organizational Effectiveness (BS)
Master Degree in Theology (DIVM)
Master Degree in Education and Technology (EdM)
Doctor Degree in Educational Leadership (EdD)

I am on talk radio and teach the constitution

I have written about the V.A and why the Vets are not being supported

Mr. Trump I am the most qualified person for the next Secretary of V. A.

On April 23, 2018 Retired Master Sergeant and Doctor of education Charles Frederick Tolbert presented on three talk radio shows and formatted as a draft and presented to the president on May 6, 2018, “What is required to support and help our veterans?

For complete articles view the table of content and the attachments concerning the signing of the bill by the president that enhances the care for veterans.

President Trump signed the Veterans Act June 06, 2018 which was ratified by Congress on May 23, 2018.

President Trump—-

So it’s now my great honor to sign the VA Mission Act, or as we all know it, the Choice Act, and to make veterans choice the permanent law of our great country. And nobody deserves it more than our veterans. Thank you all very much.

Thank you.

“This bill will ensure that veterans continue to have the ability to see a doctor of their choice, so important, and don’t have to wait or travel long distances for care,” he said.

The bill addresses budget problems at the VA that called into question whether thousands of veterans would be able to receive medical care. The bill provides $2.1 billion to continue funding the Veterans Choice Program, a program that gives veterans the opportunity to seek private care.

President Trump is fighting a bipartisan plan to fund the much-touted expansion of veteran health care he signed into law on Wednesday (06/03/18).

The White House argued against a boost in federal spending to fund the new initiative.

“The VA Mission Act authorizes an expansion of veterans’ access to private health care, but the bill does not reserve federal money to pay for it. A group of powerful Senate committee chairmen from both parties aim to remedy that by advancing a separate measure for the new $50 billion law, saying this is the best way to ensure the new programs give veterans access to medical care.

But the White House has been lobbying Republicans to vote the plan down, instead of asking Congress to pay for veterans programs by cutting spending elsewhere.

The Veterans bill is an emergency legislation to support communities impacted by last year’s devastating hurricanes and the California wildfires.

President demanded off setting spending cuts. Without passage of the veterans funding bill soon, lawmakers and veterans groups warn that the Veterans Affairs will be forced to make difficult trade-offs about which veterans programs should be funded.

“You shouldn’t have to ask Congress every year for money to take care of veterans,” said John Hoellwarth, communications director for AMVETS, one of the country’s major veterans groups.

Trump frequently touts his support of veterans and members of the armed services, promising during the campaign to fix VA and give more veterans access to private health care. Aiming to keep those promises, veterans programs are one of the few areas aside from the military where Trump has encouraged new spending.

Another sticking point is cost. There is no reliable estimate and little research to determine how much taxpayers pay for a private medical appointment versus one inside VA’s system of 1,300 clinics and hospitals. Conservatives and liberals agree that outsourcing tends to cost more because VA care has economies of scale, but how much more is a question that will affect the spending debate between the senators and the White House.

According to Dan Caldwell-

“The Congressional Budget Office has not done a good job projecting how much private care costs, because VA doesn’t share its data and often doesn’t collect it, so you can’t make an accurate prediction,” acknowledged Dan Caldwell, executive director of Concerned Veterans for America, a White House-allied group backed by the conservative industrialists Charles and

David Koch that has led the push for veterans to decide where to get their medical care and from whom.

Caldwell said, however, that the White House is right to oppose lifting the budget caps to cover the Mission Act. He said that consolidating the multiple private care programs that exist now should control the new bill’s costs.

“I think they can pay for this program without raising the caps,” Caldwell said.

Traditional veterans groups such as Hoellwarth’s AMVETS are suspicious of what they see as a White House strategy to privatize VA. Anyway they were adamant that if the spending caps aren’t raised, the agency could be forced to take money from other valuable veterans’ benefits to ensure that veterans have access to health care.

Phillip Carter, a senior researcher at the Rand Corp., a nonprofit think tank, said the bill creates another unanswered question on cost; it could push up the demand for medical care at VA hospitals as the pressure on them eases with more outside appointments.

“When the agency agrees to fund new programs as it has done here, there is potential for far more veterans to use the system, whether it’s inside VA or outside,” Carter said. “That’s what the White House and Congress have to reconcile themselves to, demand going up overall and costing more.”

Isaiah 42: 1 1 “Here is my servant, whom I uphold, 1.

Charles F Tolbert BS, DIVM, EdM, EdD
Retired MSGT
Candidate for the Senate of the United States, Fl 2018

Copy Editor,ViletDye…

On May 1, 2018, at 10:35 AM, wrote:

His words are exactly written as I presented to the President, and posted on my web link and as we discussed on April 23, 24, and 25, 2018 talk radio shows concerning transition for veterans.

American Statesman Blog Talk Radio

American Freedom Public Radio


Bards Logic Political Talk

Dr. Tolbert summarized the three talk radio shows:

Bards Logic political talk

April 25, 2018
Charles Frederick Tolbert EDD
Retired Master Sergeant United States Army

Submitting an application for nominee of Secretary of Veterans Administration.

Part three of three radio shows
Dr. Charles Frederick Tolbert

Charles Frederick Tolbert BS, DIVM, EdM, EdD
Write-in Candidate for the United States Senate Florida 2018

Dr. Tolbert has sent his resume to the president of the United States and has requested that he be given the position of the Secretary of the Veterans Administration. This will be followed up with complete articles to President Donald Trump in June of 2018.

We laid the corner stone April 23

We discussed how to build the walls April 24

We put on the roof April 25

April 23, 2018
American Statesman
Sally Baptiste–veterans-affairs-and-florida-transportation

April 24, 2018
Karen Schoen
American Freedom Watch Radio,–nicolas-kimaz-and-treatment-of-our-veterans

April 25, 2018
Robert Jetter Jr.
Bards Logic Political Talk

Questions presented by Dr. Tolbert

1. Should Veterans receive HMO/PPO under Tri care?

2. Our veterans are public servants and should be given privileges as the 501(c)(3)’s, Senator’s and school teachers and should they have to pay for their education?

3. Should individuals working at VA who speak broken English provide a service for our veterans when they’re not educated nor have served in the military as a veteran?

4. Should the VA hospitals be closed and all individuals that are veterans or who have served over 20 years in the military, be allowed to go to any local clinic or hospital and why there should be a 30 day transition prior to the veteran leaving the military.

5. Who should be the head of the Veterans Administration in Washington DC?

6. There was an open mic to any individual that wanted to call-in regardless if their number was on the list.


8. After My introductions

Cost of current operation of VA

Can the cost of VA be reduced yet provide better care?

By privatizing and expanding Tri-care

The regional contractors provide health care services and support beyond what’s available at military hospitals and clinics for all health plan options except TRICARE For Life (in the U.S. and U.S. Territories) and the US Family Health Plan.

In each region, they manage:

Provider networks

Toll-free customer service call centers

Enrollment, referrals, authorization and claims processing

Beneficiary and provider education

VA started:

Navel 1811

Veterans Administration discussion on blog talk radio

Talk show April 24–nicolas-kimaz-and-treatment-of-our-veterans

President Regan signed the legislation in 1988 and VA went from an independent organization and fell under cabinet status.

“This caused the issues with our Veterans today. Once it was put under Congress, it fell apart.”


VA nominee cruises through confirmation hearing

Feb 2017

I, Charles Frederick Tolbert advised President Trump that I am a strong advocate for the VA. The services that are available at the VA are not available in the private sector. My view of where VA needs to go is an integrated system of care, taking the best of VA and the best of the community.

Currently, some veterans are facing a long wait time or a far distance to a VA facility. They can seek private care under the Choice Card program approved by Congress in 2014.

On being able to fire people accused of wrongdoing, Shulkin highlighted that a court ruled a law passed by Congress to give the secretary streamlined abilities to do so was ruled unconstitutional and the Justice Department decided not to appeal. As such, he pledged to find a constitutional way to hold employees accountable.

Who Needs Senate Confirmation?

All cabinet-level officials, except the White House chief of staff, require Senate confirmation, including: the secretaries of agriculture, commerce, defense, education, energy, health and human services, homeland security, housing and urban development, interior, labor, state, transportation, treasury, and veterans affairs, as well as the attorney general, director of the Office of Management and Budget, administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. trade representative, ambassador to the United Nations, chair of the Council of Economic Advisers and administrator of the Small Business Administration.

Hundreds of other senior posts and agency heads (1,212, to be exact) require Senate confirmation too, after background checks. Essentially, heads of agencies and a lot of deputies need to be confirmed, whereas adviser positions for the president do not. For example: CIA director, yes; national security adviser, no.

The president can remove a person from office but the new position has to go through a process for confirmation.

In 2015

Robert McDonald, Secretary of Veterans Affairs
Opening Statement before the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs July 22, 2015:

1. Realized that changes were done but there were limitations

2. Requirements for the next head of VA

3. Will require a staff of advisers and at least one year to reorganize

4. The powers of the president are limited.

What can the president do without the approval of congress?

The expressed powers of the President of the United States are mostly set down in Article II of the Constitution. The powers are of two sorts, those exercised alone, without legislative approval, and those that require consent of the Senate or House. Powers of the President Alone: commander in chief of the armed forces, commission officers of the armed forces, grant reprieves and pardons for federal offenses (except impeachment), convene Congress into special session, receive ambassadors, take care that the laws are faithfully executed, make use of the “executive power” of the office, such as the veto power, give an annual State of the Union Address to Congress and appoint officials to lesser offices.

Charles Frederick Tolbert EdD is sending these documents the first week of June 2018 requesting that the President give consideration that Dr. Tolbert be recommended and that he gets confirmation for the Secretary of Veteran Affairs by Congress.

Dr. Tolbert is also a Write-in Candidate for U. S. Senate Florida 2018

Copy Editor,ViletDye…

By privatizing and expanding Tri-care

The regional contractors provide health care services and support beyond what’s available at military hospitals and clinics for all health plan options except TRICARE For Life (in the U.S. and U.S. Territories) and the US Family Health Plan.

In each region, they manage:

Provider networks

Toll-free customer service call centers

Enrollment, referrals, authorization and claims processing

Beneficiary and provider education

To include why a veteran who serves 20 years is on call to duty and should not have to pay for Student Loans

Dr. Tolbert requests that his student loans be reviewed and updated reflecting the start date of March 2011. He also request that retired military who are on recall to duty be added as Public Servants, and those individuals who served in the military and retired honorably, be given student loan forgiveness as are teachers, and those in the three branches of the Federal Government.

April 06, 2018

What is the purpose of the Veterans Administration?

This is the question being asked by veterans who are not being taken care of through the Veterans Administration system.

As a retired Master Sergeant who served 22 years in the military, a Vietnam veteran, with only 20% disability, I am finding that the VA is not accomplishing what it is assigned to do.

Although there are other medical facilities that I can go to under Tri care or Medicare I choose to visit five times a year different VA clinics and hospital in order to write a short update to insure VA hospital and clinics are actually caring for our soldiers.

In April and May of 2017, Dr. Tolbert attended a VA clinic in Florida for primary care, blood testing and an eye examination with x-rays and an MRI.

The VA does not accept Tri-care so when I received a prescription for my eyes. I was not aware of the fact that I was going to be billed until two weeks later, when I received a bill for $24 for medication that failed to work after I tried it for four days.

The primary care referral for a blood test submitted required me to return twice to the clinic due to the fact that the individuals taking the blood test misunderstand and did not properly read what the doctor had requested.

The VA hospital where I had my MRI was an 89 mile round-trip and a 4 1/2 hour drive.

A veteran who could not drive would have had to have an assistant to take them there and the cost would’ve exceeded hundreds of dollars with loss of pay and time when in fact the veteran could’ve been referred to a local facility.

Had the veteran had a tri-care as I do, they could have used their HMO or PPO and had no cost and time, and expenses would’ve been reduced.

Upon my discussing issues with the staff at the facility I was informed that they were also short staffed and the MRI machine was antiquated and they were in need of a second one.

In conclusion: the VA facilities are not following or interconnecting with other VA Clinics. The VA clinic system is not aware of the veterans condition and are not able to read the files if the veteran goes from one clinic to another.

According to conversations I’ve had with the staff at the VA clinic, they don’t have the medication or the facilities to deal with certain illnesses.

For further articles written by Dr. Tolbert, please visit the following sites:

Charles Frederick Tolbert EdD
Retired Master Sergeant, Vietnam veteran, Pastor
Citizens For A Better America

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March 22, 2017

Veterans Psychiatric Reform Rights…by Gary L. Koniz Correspondent

This is a Call To Arms against the Psychiatric Ward War being waged by the VA against our returning home Veterans and to settle the matter once and for all that our Nation’s Wars are not fought without trauma and battle fatigue without emotions of remorse and mourning. Our Veterans need intelligent and compassionate medical care and not to be thrown into the VA’s Psychiatric Wards to be labelled and thought of as insane deranged killers to be destroyed with Strong Anti-Psychotic Tranquilizers, and from there to be discharged back out into the streets as Homeless Veterans to Die, or to Commit Suicide, after they have served our country so bravely.

This War against our Veterans has to do with our U.S. Domestic Liberal Alliance having banded together with Anti-American Racial and Ethnic Foreign National Fronts, Drug Mafia, Terrorist, and Communist Enemy Fronts all siding together to the Overthrow of our Government for their various motives of aggression to be attacking us; and who have taken control of and who have been in control over the staffing of our VA Health Care System since the Vietnam War Era in their motives to deliberately destroy our Veterans and their Ability to Defend Our Homeland.

The Liberals, (and defined as; the Drug Warfaring Feminists, the Gay Lesbian and Homosexual Transgender Front, the Hostile Third World Immigration Overrun Interracial Procreation War; and the Drug and Pornography Drug/Chemical Warfare Fronts,) have all banded together with certain Foreign National Powers and Medical/Pharmaceutical Corruption against our Veterans in motives to overthrow the Government for their own ends, on the theme of; “The Enemy of My Enemy Is My Friend;” as was obviously displayed during the Post Inauguration Demonstrations.

Only the strong will survive here, and the power to take control rests with those who are strong enough to hold on to it. We have the “Competent Medical and Legal Authority” to prosecute our Veterans Case against the VA for tampering with and for damaging our Veterans Gray Matter. This is a very heinous crime, the same as if someone were to be abducted and assaulted with Mind Altering Anti-Psychotic Tranquilizers and precisely what the VA is doing to our Veterans without recourse of legal defense and tantamount to the crime of kidnapping and lethal assault.

Our Veterans Psychiatric Defense is created from the 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 14th Amendments … “No person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without Due Process of Law.”

Is there anyone in the American Legal Justice System WHO DOES NOT UNDERSTAND AND COMPREHEND THIS?


Regarding Psychiatric Fascism? You know it is a War On Us that we all have to defend against! Ipso Facto.

Used with permission from: Gary L. Koniz – Correspondent

Veterans Of The Vietnam War
Evaluation and recommendation of the Veterans Administration (VA)

Charles Frederick Tolbert EdD
Retired Master Sergeant Vietnam veteran–what-did-they-fight-for-the-sell-out-of-america-in-2015

Evaluation and recommendation of the Veterans Administration (VA)

Charles Frederick Tolbert EdD
Retired Master Sergeant
Was a Candidate for United States Senator Florida 2016
Citizen For A Better America, Inc.

September 28, 2015

A study and review of United States Veterans Administration (VA), their policies and ability to care for our wounded soldiers.

Chapter 7. Recommendation

“Even though there may be currently affordable care for our soldiers and veterans, which now exceeds 14 million through the affordable care act, and in 2001 retired veterans were allowed after the age of 63, to use Tri-care life in addition to Medicare part A and B, it is still not a solution. By allowing all veterans (wounded soldiers) access to Tri-care and Medicare, we transfer the bulk of medical care to organizations who understand the importance of care and efficiency.

With VA overseeing the care and assignment of ID’s, all veterans would have access to HMO’s and PPO’s and the cost to the budget would be drastically reduced.

The closure of VA hospitals and the issuing of ID’s to our veterans is only the beginning in the reduction of suicide, spreading of diseases and lack of care. There will still be a need for local VA offices to assist these veterans to insure their transfer into the new system. However as an out processing and transfer from the military to civilian care this procedure can be expedited.”


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