Sunday, July 9, 2017

Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

Let's just get this damned clear right now.  If Trump were not guilty of collusion with the Russians to take over the Presidency, i.e. the worst act of treason in the history of the United States, he would want nothing more than to have the truth revealed.  His collusion with Putin this weekend to try to shut down the interest in a revelation of the facts, after all the other information we've had the last half year or so, is clearly evidence that he knows he is guilty.  This is evidence beyond any sort of reasonable doubt by any reasonable person.

He is guilty.  He is a traitor.  He is the worst criminal in the history of the government.

Anyone who doesn't believe that at this point is a fool.

1 comment:

Magpie said...

The "Russia thing" won't go away. It will never go away. For as long as his woeful excuse for an administration continues in place, taking the US backwards, it will dog him.

"Donald Trump Jr told the New York Times Ms Veselnitskaya had "no meaningful information" "

So what would you have done with 'meaningful' info Junior? It's not even the point. You (plural) WERE WILLING TO GET THEIR HELP. That's what matters.

"I was not told her name prior to the meeting. I asked Jared and Paul to attend, but told them nothing of the substance."

Huh? You meet someone you don't know and you invite people you do know but don't tell them whether you do or don't know why you're meeting the people you don't know and thus inviting the people you do know...?