Analysis, Commentary, Opinion
A lying, cheating, thief, that is the character of the man that occupies the white house: the fake president, the orange menace, the little baby tyrant.
As a veteran who swore an oath to protect the constitution of the United States, to protect it from all enemies, foreign and domestic, I am sickened by the lack of moral probity that half of the United States Congress is demonstrating as they make apologies and excuses for Donald J. Trump, I am sickened and disheartened and fearful for the republic, because they swore the same as of service as I did, and they are treating it so cheaply.
The president is a traitor to the country, it is fully apparent. Donald J. Trump is operating a rogue regime and an enemy of the state.
This week that bloated bloviating blowhard called for civil war, not to protect the people, but to protect himself.
He is actively threatening a repeat of the deadliest war we have ever fought, he would sacrifice all of those live to line his own pockets.
He is seeking the aid of our adversaries abroad to strengthen his political position, he is petitioning them, and attempting to extort them to do so.
As he is being called to account for his criminal deeds he is out on the stump lying to his followers telling them that he is being subjected to a coup de etat.
Do not let it stand!
Listen; a coup de etat is an illegal, extra judicial, violent overthrow of a duly elected government. What congress is engaged in right now through its impeachment inquiry is a constitutional, process designed to safeguard our democracy.
Anyone who takes up the language of coup, and civil war, is giving aid and comfort to the enemies of the United States of America.
We cannot trust them, they need to be voted out of office, and taken off the air waves.
Donald Trump belongs in prison, along with his sons and his daughter and his wife, along with any person who has knowingly gone along with his schemes to undermine the rule of law or the separation of powers between the three branches of government.
His crimes cannot be ignored.
The sycophants who praise him and protect him in congress, those fools in his administration they need to stop. Their constituents need to ask themselves what is wrong those people that they do not have the common sense that would afford a normal person the ability to tell when they are being lied to, or to discern when they are being conned.
Republicans in congress, especially in the Senate they need to stop running from the man’s crimes, acting like they are powerless to do anything about it. They have to make a principled stand to fulfill their oath and defend the Constitution.
The time to act has come!