Justice

For all those who think Trump is somehow above the law, think again. If you believe that he is going to somehow outsmart or outmaneuver some of the best and brightest storied lawmen in the world, wrong. These men and women are required to swear an oath, not to the President but to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic. A Constitution that assures that all men are created equal and are entitled to equal justice under the law. Now, the law is very clear when it comes to a presumption of innocence. Great care is being given to that cause but even a President has no special power to circumvent laws and any attempt to do so is clearly seen as an obstruction of justice, a very serious crime in and of itself. The prosecutors involved in this investigation of the president and all those around him want nothing more than to get this right. They only get one shot at this. Their work will be written to the history books. They themselves will be judged for their fairness and precision. They are up against a defense that can only focus on loopholes and technicalities as a means of defense. They must get it right and this cannot be done haphazardly. They will, when all is said and done have a clear and simple timeline and explanation of exactly who did what and when. Their only job is to collect facts and present them as they occurred. It is not their job to decide innocence or guilt. That will be the next step in this rigmarole. What is known to date involves a level of blatant disregard for the rule of law never before seen in a President. Although unseen not unforeseen as the Constitution has a clear path for the sequence of events about to follow these crimes against the United States in our collective search for justice.
Joe Corbett

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  1. I’m with you Joe!
    We’re now entering the home stretch with don the con. πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘ŠπŸΌπŸ’ͺ🏼