Friday, May 12, 2017

Shorter Donald Trump, "Obeying The Law Is For Little People"

It is certain, now, that whatever else happened Donald Trump was guilty of attempted obstruction of justice.  He said so it on national TV during his interview with Lester Holt which broadcast yesterday.   I say "he said so" because it wasn't a confession, he doesn't see it as wrong because it is he, Donald Trump, who did it.  Yesterday's declaration that he had asked James Comey,

“I actually asked him, yes. I said, ‘If it’s possible would you let me know, am I under investigation? He said: ‘You are not under investigation.’” 

he claimed that exchange happened as a part of what he said was a dinner meeting to see if Comey would retain his job at the FBI, where he was overseeing an investigation of Trump's campaign, transition and regime over possible collusion and corruption with the Putin government.  That is not an admission of guilt, it is a declaration that he did it and that there isn't anything wrong with HIM, DONALD TRUMP, obstructing justice.  

This was his Leona Helmsley moment, as far as Donald Trump is concerned obeying the law is for little people. 

With this declaration if Mitch McConnell, Paul Ryan and other Republicans in congress don't institute and entirely support a full criminal investigation of Donald Trump, Mike Pence and anyone else in the Trump regime into collusion with the Putin regime during the election and with possible continued corruption with them and others during the one hundred-thirteen days since Trump took office, they have violated their oaths of office and, if there were any real justice in our law, the law.  

The entire Republican Party is either going to fully support a full criminal probe, the full prosecution of those who are indictable and the full and thorough cleansing of our government or they are revealing themselves as the party of treason, of not opposing but working with enemies of the United States foreign and domestic.  

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