On Thursday, just two days after his State of the Union address, President Donald Trump spoke out about his impeachment. He used terms like “wicked,” “evil,” and “corrupt” to describe those who had impeached him. I agree with his assessment, but I ask, when will justice be forthcoming, Mr. President? It’s not enough to point out what we already know.
Here’s President Trump’s address on Senate impeachment acquittal.
While some can understand the man’s outrage at the attacks faced, especially those against his own family, there is no doubt in my mind that all of this was used to cover for a lot of bills that were passed and signed, as well as the re-authorization of the PATRIOT Act.
While some of my colleagues expressed the sentiment that Trump was rightfully impeached on the two counts, I failed to see that, though I have stated on several occasions that Trump could be impeached on Constitutional ground for a number of things that I agreed with colleagues on.
What I fail to understand is that the “Deep State” continues to operate under the Trump administration and those he named in his speech, namely Hillary Clinton, James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Robert Mueller, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page and others as “corrupt,” along with those such as Rep. Nancy Pelosi and Rep. Adam Schiff as “corrupt” and “evil,” and yet, there has yet to be justice brought on any of these people.
Please, try and understand, I am not attacking President Trump. He is my president too!
I am simply pointing out that though this fiasco of an impeachment took place and though he bore the brunt of the attacks, his job was to see that the laws were faithfully executed (Article II, Section 3, US Constitution), and he failed to do so against those that by his own mouth he claims are corrupt.
Here was his promise regarding Hillary Clinton.
What happened to that promise immediately after his election? Well, America, Trump went from prosecuting “Crooked Hillary” to saying YOU owed her a debt of gratitude.
Then, he not only left his “Crooked Hillary” comments at the door and pointing out that she was “guilty as Hell,” but he claimed that she and Bill were “good people” and he “didn’t want to hurt them.”
President Trump was entrusted with a sacred duty before God and man to wield the sword, as it were, to punish the evildoers (Romans 13:1-5).
Because he failed to bring that about, and you can excuse and justify it all you want, these evildoers thrived and attacked him all the more, which only is leading to pushing more political power in his direction for which one has to question whether he will bring actual justice or whether he will simply use it to score political points. If the latter, can you really say that President Trump is not a politician?
I truly wish the man would fulfill the duties of the office and ensure the laws are faithfully executed against these corrupt, evil, wicked people, but it’s been over three years and so far all we’ve had is rhetoric, backpeddling and lack of action against those criminals.
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