“I and you both cherish the law. The law in politics worries me more now than it ever has before. How can you explain to a staunch conservative Republican that, in the case of President Trump, the system works? Consider what transpired in Crossfire Hurricane; the probe was a farce. Evidence was altered and lies were told. Consider what transpired with Hunter Biden. Evidently, they handed him a free pass. Additionally, social media platforms hid information that may have been important. There would be rioting in the streets if President Trump were to be charged with mishandling confidential material after Hillary Clinton installed a server in her basement. I am concerned about the nation.”
The reactions were expected.
The idea that same facts should result in similar decisions is the cornerstone of “equal justice under the law.” It’s also crucial that election winners don’t try to put the losers in jail. Anything President Trump may have done pales in contrast to Hillary Clinton’s careless handling of genuine secret material (you’ll observe that only the mouthbreathing left is saying Trump possessed sensitive materials; even the FBI thugs are referring to docs “with classified markings”). However, it was decided that there wasn’t enough proof to charge her.
If President Trump is charged with a crime, I fail to see why anybody would be the least bit shocked if there was severe social upheaval. People have a limited tolerance. It would be an astounding display of control if all 74 million Americans who cast ballots for the winner remained calm if riots broke out in American cities following the passing of Saint George Floyd, a career criminal and drug user. If they sat passively on their couches in 2020 while watching the happenings on television and munching on Hot Pockets. The summer of 2020 legitimized violence as a means of expressing political fury, and that bell cannot be unrung.
More specifically, the political left has worked to discredit candidate Trump since the start of the 2016 election cycle in order to remove President Trump from office. From the absurd Crossfire Hurricane inquiry and Steele Dossier to the strange Lieutenant Colonel Krispy Kreme impeachment. Since leaving office, President Trump has been under attack from the Biden White House, Attorney General Merrick Garland, and the Attorney General of New York.
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