Conspiracy or Treasonable


Conspiracy or Treasonable

I’m still wondering why the most obvious, in your face, character assassination of a sitting president began after January 20th, 2017 and the conspirators are still not behind prison bars? It’s one thing for 2 people sitting at a bar, talking about “what if” versus 2 people using their political power and influence to affect monumental political change to the security of our nation – I call that treason!

I’m talking about Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer at the time President Trump took office and during one of (if not the) first official meetings in the Oval Office at the White House. Rather than being polite and cordial Nancy Pelosi said to the new president “you don’t know the importance I bring to this meeting”. At that moment she was a former Speaker of the House, making her just another member of the Legislative Branch of government. Chuck Schumer then the Minority Leader of the Senate was in full agreement with her.

Who does that?

It wasn’t long after the new representatives were sworn in that Nancy Pelosi after visiting with each of the newly elected Democrats was voted unanimously as Speaker of the House again and began her crusade of publicly and openly crucifying President Trump with the Mueller Investigation, followed by not one, but two impeachments and on his way out of office a third disguised in a January 6th Committee hearing. Not only were the key players the same, but the Democratic playbook of smoke and mirrors did not deviate in methodology. The underlying premise of guilty with “facts” introduced to insure everyone knew.

The results of the Mueller Investigation and the senatorial jury of the two impeachments all acquitted President Trump, yet the jury is still out on the J6 Committee until after the midterm elections next week.

Let us not forget that during an election, and particularly a presidential election, should a candidate contest the results there are legal and constitutional procedures to address it. Once the procedures have been followed in a presidential election there is the process involving the Electoral College, culminating on each state certifying their EC votes and submitting them to Congress so they can be presented individually before the body of Congress on January 6th to be confirmed or rejected.

Just to be clear lest we forget it was during this final process and precisely when the contested swing state EC ballots were being presented that a breech in protocol triggered by violent protestors moved inside the Capital Building disguised as MAGA supporters and a real threat to members of Congress. This threat resulted in the loss of life for one actual MAGA supporter retired USAF Veteran Ashli Babbitt, placing undue blame on President Trump and the forming of the J6 Committee that ordered the rounding up of MAGA supporters who were identified or admitted on social media as being at the DC rally on J6. Will they ever receive justice – innocent until proven guilty in a court of their peers?

Here we are 2 years after the 2020 election and on the eve of the 2022 midterms. If the election fraud concerns of 2020 have not been address and corrected; the alleged violators identified and prosecuted – will the end results be any better this second time around?

What do they say about doing the same thing over and over while expecting different results???? – rtm

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