As history will show someday, Trump was a puppet of Putin.
It still has not been established exactly when Trump and Putin began working together, but the evidence gathered thus far points to the 2016 election.
Was Trump compromised by the ex-KGB chief and forced to cooperate with Putin's demands? Or, did their relationship begin when Trump was trying to build a hotel in Moscow? It could have been a combination of both.
From the day Trump got the Republican election platform to change their stance on the Crimea invasion, until the present, he's been a loyal ally of America's biggest enemy.
The damage Trump has done to all of our intelligence agencies, our standing in the world community, and the polarization of American politics has been extensive.
If it weren't for a whistleblower, no one would have known that Trump was bribing the Ukrainian president to investigate his political rival, Joe Biden.
The day after Trump and his minions stifled the Mueller report's findings and he declared he was exonerated from "the witch hunt," Trump went after his main opponent in the 2020 election.
A new conspiracy was born. This time, at the direction of Putin, a false narrative was advanced declaring the Ukraine really interfered with the 2016 election...not Russia.
During the public hearing phase of the Impeachment inquiry a lot of damning facts were revealed by credible (and high ranking) career diplomats and foreign office employees.
Despite all of the GOP House members best efforts, they could not successfully challenge any of the facts and evidence presented.
During the hearings, I wonder how many GOP members knew of Devin Nune's relationship with Rudy Giuliani and their efforts to dredge up dirt on Biden, and his son?
The implications of him meeting with Trump's personal lawyer in Venice in 2018, are very troubling. How far does this conspiracy in Congress go to help Trump win the 2020 election?
Related: Giuliani Associates Charged With Campaign Crimes Gave Money to California Republicans
As our Republic faces the greatest challenge to preserving the Constitution in American history, all of us have a decision to make...
Do we want corruption as our new normal?
Can we step out of our ideological bubbles long enough to protect our democracy?
Are we going to go along with destroying the balance of power in our government, and live with a dictator from here on out?
Time for me to walk on down the road...