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The New York Times Asks a Good and Important Question

Posted on the 23 November 2020 by Morage @kebmebms

 In this weekend's New York Times Magazine, they not only ask a great question but then take it further and point out 5 features of this President's possible problems if not out and out crimes. First the question.

The New York Times Asks a Good and Important Question

Can America Restore the Rule of Law Without Prosecuting Trump?

To which I think it's, first, important to answer that yes, we, America do need to restore the rule of law here in America and we need to at the very least investigate this President and what he's done and then, likely, very likely, yes, go forward with charges and for two reasons.

First, we need to make sure and clear that no one, no one is above the law and then, second, as the article says, we need to restore the rule of law here in America.  It's important we do this and it's very important we make sure nothing like Donald Trump, his presidency or administration ever, ever happen again.

And then? For what to investigate this man Trump?

This is the 2nd thing I think the article does clearly and importantly if not and out out beautifully. We examine Mr. Trump for 

  • Possible financial crimes
  • Election law violations
  • Obstruction of justice, any and all
  • Public corruption
  • Partisan coercion

No small things.

Let's do this, America. 

Our first priority has to be getting him out of office, of course, since he lost the election but this is second. This is an important, very important second priority. And let's be clear about this, too. This is not Democrat trying to punish Republican. This is about law-abiding citizens keeping everyone law-abiding.

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