Monday, May 20, 2019

The Burning Question: What Happens When Trump is Exposed?


                                          Good Day World!

"The fact is I don't know where my ideas come from. Nor does any writer. The only real answer is to drink way too much coffee and buy yourself a desk that doesn't collapse when you beat your head against it." - Douglas Adams  

Thanks for stopping by.Today's subject is logic.

I embrace logic when examining a situation, or an event. Especially if the event is possibly one that could change the world.

For example:

Fact: There's currently 29 investigations into Trump's corrupt activities in and out of the White House.

Question: Even if most of these investigations last over a year, what are the odds that some will come to an incriminating conclusion against Trump before that? I think it's logical to suggest at least one, if not more, will pin Trump's ass to the wall.

My reasoning: After reading this article (Deutsche Bank Staff Saw Suspicious Activity in Trump and Kushner Accounts) in the New York Times yesterday, it's apparent the judge handling the case is going to instruct Deutsche Bank to give Congress the financial  records on Trump despite his lawyers best efforts.

Observation: The above article brought Jared Kushner into the ring of deceit and corruption. I suspect Congress will have to file separately to get Kushner's records (if they choose that route). 

The Burning Question: How will Americans react if Trump is brought before the justice system (what's left of it after AG Barr became Trump's personal lawyer), and indicted for high crimes, ranging from conspiracy with Russia (the Deutsche connection is going to open that nasty little box when they see money laundering and possibly other illegal activities there) to obstruction of justice?

The bottom line is if a majority of Americans aren't offended with Trump after these bombshell revelations, Congress is afraid to file for impeachment.

Playing the devil's advocate, I would suggest Democrats pick up the damning facts and go after him right away, instead of waiting for fickle polls.

But then, I'm not a politician who will to do anything to get re-elected, including rejecting the right thing to do for personal interests.

Time for me to walk on down the road...

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