In multiple conversations with friends the last week or so there has been almost universal agreement that the best thing that can happen for this country longer-term is for the Democrats to try to impeach the President. So, without further delay I will regularly call for President Trump to be impeached. Join me!
While preparing this post I came across lists of the many nebulous crimes committed by this President. In no particular order, these alleged crimes include:
- Obstruction of Justice
- Inciting Violence
- Sexual Assault
- Perjury of Oath
- Abuse of Authority
- Misuse of Assets
- Failure to Supervise
- Dereliction of Duty
- Unbecoming Conduct
- Organizing Hate Crimes
- Refusal to Obey a Lawful Order
- Witness Tampering
- Tax Evasion
- Breach of Contract
- Money Laundering
While it appears to me that this list of delinquencies and abominations probably applies to a vast majority of Congress, I have so far been unable to find a Democrat who can cite the actual law(s) that President Trump has broken and exactly how he has done so. Apparently it is all self-evident, and if you hated him as much as they did you wouldn’t need details or actual proof.
Paradoxically, what they accuse this President and his administration of doing are exactly what many of us were calling out on the previous administration(s). Those so outraged now didn’t give a damn about the rule of law – much less the Constitution – so long as “universal healthcare” (at ANY cost), gay marriage and tranny bathrooms were getting jammed down everyone’s throats. Oh, and it being understood that everyone was a racist.
And I am sorry to tell you Lefties that “social justice” is an idea that can not be quantified. It is an inorganic concept that creates only injustice – the very opposite of what you say you want. It is George Orwell’s Animal Farm.
“All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.”
If you are unable to articulate and defend your ideas to a Lady wearing a blindfold who holds a pair of scales in one hand and a sword in the other then perhaps your ideas are as ill-defined as the crimes of which you accuse all those you dislike, or with whom you disagree.
Finally, we should be clear that we are not making a case that this President may break the law at will simply because his predecessors recklessly did so. We are stating that President Trump has most likely broken few or none of the laws of which he is so vilely accused. The accusations against him are in fact part of a highly planned effort by those who have themselves committed such crimes. They hope to project their own crimes on an administration that is intent on bringing them to justice. Actual, real, justice.