After his impeachment, we know that your illegitimate president is indeed a crook. Throughout his life he left a trail of criminal and immoral actions. As America’s fake president, he “stepped up” his life of crime to violating his oath of office and therefore the Constitution.
So, it should be no surprise that Trump loves other criminals; and I’m not referring to Vladimir Putin, Mohammad bin Salman, and Kim Jong-un. I am talking about Joe Arpaio, Eddie Gallagher, Rod Blagojevich, and 10 other white-collar criminals he pardoned. Blagojevich served eight years of a 14-year sentence which Trump commuted. Of course, if you are Hispanic or an African American and received a harsh sentence for a less than major crime, you will rot in prison. Trump has remained true to his belief in white supremacy.
“He served eight years in jail, a long time. He seems like a very nice person, don’t know him,” Trump told reporters at Joint Base Andrews, suggesting the television appeals of Blagojevich’s wife Patti helped cement his decision.
Trump proved once again that his illegitimate presidency is a reality show. This is all a game for the schoolyard bully, and his party and supporters are pawns. Trump is making fools out of millions of American voters; but not me.
The truth is that after 52 cowardly Republican senators acquitted the orange child, although the evidence was overwhelming for conviction, Trump believes that he is omnipotent; above the law; and no one can stop his nefarious and destructive ambitions.
White House aides claim that Trump’s confidence level; the belief that he is untouchable; has grown tremendously since that sad Wednesday for democracy and the sanctity of the Constitution. He is convinced that committing white collar crime is not a punishable offense. I believe that we should prove him wrong.
Of course, millions of men and women who hate the America of our founding fathers believe he is justified for violating the law of the land. Fascists are infamous for brainwashing their cults.
“The Truth Lives Here”
Op-ed by James Turnage
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