Do Office holders take a proper Oath? No they do not!Oaths must consist of BOTH invocation & imprecation, but no current officer holder takes an oath like that. Definitions are vitally important.
OFFICIAL ACT -- An act done by an officer in his official capacity,under colorand by virtueof his office. An act not be a lawful act that it may be an official one. If this were not so, the sureties on his official bond would never be responsible.
color of office-- an expression of acts performed by an officer which are entirely
outside of or beyond the authority conferred by the office. virtute officii-- Characterizing acts of an officer which are within the authority of the officer when properly performed, but which are improperly performed.
This explanation resonated with me and watched to 1 hour 39 minutes. Think of it as a documentary. As he mentioned, info is like a buffet, digest what you like and always be willing to try something new.