Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Adjudication Is Final

Except when you’re trying to unseat a legally-elected office holder, it seems. The Mueller Report made it plain: after two years of searching under every rock and crevice for evidence that Trump “collaborated” with the Russians to get elected. The jury is now OUT. If I was on trial for murder and was acquitted, they can no longer try me, using the same facts and figures, even if I went on national TV and bragged about being guilty. But that apparently doesn’t apply to The House, whose Jerry Nadler wants a “do-over,” examining the same facts yet again, even subpoenaing Robert Mueller, just as if he “hid” something in his report. And Nadler is not alone. Several congressional committees are again “investigating” various aspects of what Muelller “investigated” thoroughly, hoping to find something he missed, that they can use to reverse the results of the 2016 elections. This is simply an attempt at a “coup,” to remove a legally-elected president, just because they don’t like him. He has promised to “drain the swamp” and the Dumocrats, being “the swamp,” hope to unseat him before he gets to them. (Just common sense)

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