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#1 User is offline   pepperonikkid 

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  Posted 04 December 2017 - 01:26 AM

Donald Trump's Crimes



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By Steve Feinstein
December 3, 2017



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President Trump is indisputably guilty of many crimes against the societal and political norms of this country. These crimes are profound and grievous, and they shake the very foundations upon which acceptable presidential behaviour has always been based. His actions and demeanour are so abhorrent and antithetical to the fundamental progressive doctrine espoused by the Democratic Party and their supporting liberal media that his very presence in the Oval Office is regarded by them as not merely an interim occupational tenure by the opposing party, but as proof of a moment of temporary national insanity from which we may never recover. A closer look at the worst examples of Trump’s criminality will be instructive for what the country should be on guard for, should we want to avoid such behaviour in the future.

Accusation: Denying a Female Access to the Highest Office

Verdict: Guilty

President Trump didn’t get the memo that 2016 was the Year of the First Female President. In a time period where same-sex/transgender rights, glass ceilings, Title IX and the well-publicized/amply documented Republican “War on Women” dominate the gender cultural landscape, Donald Trump had the temerity, the unmitigated gall, to disregard all those signs and campaign as if gender didn’t matter. He campaigned on what he’d do for the country and why America -- and American workers -- would benefit from a Trump presidency.

During the campaign, he took full advantage of what he saw as Clinton’s lack of qualifications. He chided her about her lack of private sector business experience and was quick to hold her accountable for the Obama administration’s foreign policy shortcomings during her tenure as Secretary of State. But when he came up with the label “Crooked Hillary” as the Clinton Foundation’s highly-questionable financial dealings came to light, that really stung the sensibilities of her supporters.

Candidate Trump ignored the directive that in 2016, America will elect its first woman president. Guilty as charged.

Accusation: Recognizing the Average American’s Desire for Strong Borders and Strict Immigration Policy

Verdict: Guilty

Trump tapped into a strong national craving for a return to immigration fairness and verifiable national sovereignty. Americans are the world’s most generous and compassionate people. The degree to which we help others -- whether it’s an international disaster or local charity -- is well-documented. Our innate sense of altruism and human kindness is unprecedented. We fight wars to help others gain freedom without taking territory or materials in return. But Trump also recognized that Americans were tired of being taken unfair advantage of, especially with regard to illegal immigration. The financial and social stress placed on average law-abiding citizens to provide monetary benefits, educational opportunities and social privileges to people who broke our laws and came into the country illegally was simply wrong. Americans are eager to help the legitimately needy or those caught in dire circumstances not of their making. But Americans resent being played for fools.

The Big, Beautiful Trump Wall -- whether one looks at it metaphorically or literally -- was a recognition on his part of the concerns of the average citizen for their government to put the American citizens’ needs and concerns above those who break our laws and violate our sovereignty.

Accusation: Using the Military to Further America’s National Interests

Verdict: Guilty

Unlike the weak-willed Obama administration that drew lines in the sand which were then washed away by the shifting winds of liberal political expediency, Trump strongly punished the Assad regime in Syria with a blunt, untelegraphed cruise missile attack in retaliation for Assad’s repeated crimes against his own people, while simultaneously putting the world on notice that under a Trump administration, America will act forcefully and swiftly -- without warning -- to protect its vital interests. In a further show of our new-found military/national will, we have flown numerous B-1 Lancer supersonic bomber sorties over South Korea, and have an unprecedented three naval aircraft carrier groups off the Korean coast, demonstrating American military strength and national resolve in service to a critically-important foreign policy objective in a manner unheard of during the Obama years. Indeed, in the eyes of many, it was eight years of weak, inattentive behaviour by President Obama that is a root cause of the ever-worsening North Korean nuclear situation.

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Posted 04 December 2017 - 01:55 AM

Steve Feinstein makes a convincing case. In response to all of Trump's crimes, I move that he be sentenced to the White House for 7 more years.
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Posted 04 December 2017 - 02:31 AM

View PostLiz, on 04 December 2017 - 01:55 AM, said:

Steve Feinstein makes a convincing case. In response to all of Trump's crimes, I move that he be sentenced to the White House for 7 more years.


Hear hear!

:clap: :clap: :clap:
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Posted 04 December 2017 - 02:56 AM

View PostLiz, on 04 December 2017 - 01:55 AM, said:

Steve Feinstein makes a convincing case. In response to all of Trump's crimes, I move that he be sentenced to the White House for 7 more years.

:welldone:
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Posted 04 December 2017 - 05:29 AM

Lol! That was awesome!
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Posted 04 December 2017 - 05:51 AM

Just 7 years? We need a Republican to introduce that legislation that comes up every time a Democrat is in office. You know the one that deletes the Term limits on the President. That just never seems to be brought up when a Republican is in office! I say he's guilty and should remain for the rest of his life!

HAHAHAHAA No not really Term Limits are a damn good thing. We just need to ensure there is a solid option (Pence) at the end of his terms.
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Posted 04 December 2017 - 08:25 AM

View PostLiz, on 04 December 2017 - 01:55 AM, said:

Steve Feinstein makes a convincing case. In response to all of Trump's crimes, I move that he be sentenced to the White House for 7 more years.

Harry Truman did call it a " Fancy prison".😁
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Posted 04 December 2017 - 08:49 AM

View PostLiz, on 04 December 2017 - 01:55 AM, said:

Steve Feinstein makes a convincing case. In response to all of Trump's crimes, I move that he be sentenced to the White House for 7 more years.

:biglaugh:

Fantastic response!
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Posted 04 December 2017 - 09:47 AM

If only the rest of the politicians were "guilty" of such things...
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