Since the Republicans in Congress continue to defend this racist, traitorous, lying piece of human garbage, they need to be held accountable. If they refuse to protect our nation they all deserve the full wrath of the electorate. Not a one of them should be allowed another term in office.
All his supporters need to be in the same prison he should be in. He is guilty of treason…and so are they for defending him.
The best part of this “Witch Hunt” is that it’s open season all year long, and there’s no bag limits. It’s a hunter’s dream.
#BLOTUS can call Mueller’s investigation anything he wants. The truth, however, is already disgustingly clear. Trump has sold out the United States to Russia. He is a traitor that needs to be impeached, indicted and put on trial for treason. And the same holds true for any member of Congress still supporting him.
After watching the entire speech of France’s President to Congress I once again realized what a true world leader sounds like. Such a leader points the way to a better and brighter future for the entire world, sharing a vision of hope and promise.
One day I pray we will again have such leaders in our country.
The only time Trump isn’t lying is when his mouth is shut. Yet the Republicans in Congress still blindly support and protect him. They are complicit in his crimes and deserve the same punishment he will receive.
Collusion with an enemy is treason. Allowing a president to continue supporting and defending a country and a leader that is attacking our country is treason. Supporting and defending a president engaged in treason is complicity.
If you need examples, look no further than the Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee voting to shut down the incomplete and deeply flawed investigation into Trump’s relationship with Russia. They, and every member of Congress that is still standing with Trump, are complicit in his crimes against our nation.
Everyone of those refusing to call Trump to account needs to suffer the full consequences of such traitorous actions. Offering aid to our enemies is treason. Protecting our enemies is treason. Keeping traitors in office is complicity in treason.
Human rights are violated when a tax reform plan lines the already bulging pockets of the rich at the cost of life-saving services for the poor. Human rights are violated when corporations are given precedence over the hungry.
The Republican leaders in Congress have clearly demonstrated that they are unafraid of violating human rights on a massive scale. Their willingness to promote and support unfair economic structures for their own benefit is even more morally repugnant than their continued support and protection of a traitorous president.
Those guilty of either or both should be legally removed from office and tried for treason.