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Supreme Leader

I don’t know why Republicans don’t install Donald Trump to be Supreme Leader for life of America. And when he dies one of his sons can take his place, so we can be just like North Korea, since they already threw our Constitution and democracy in the dumpster.

A trial without witnesses or evidence is not a trial, it’s a whitewash cover-up. I can’t believe that Alan Dershowitz brought up Richard Nixon’s reasoning that if a president does it can’t be against the law and he can’t be impeached for anything.

Mitch McConnell and the GOP may have won the battle but the outcome of the war will be settled in the November elections where many of them will swept away by the giant blue wave. Then the American people can take their country back. The Republicans have drunk the Donald Trump Kool-Aid just like the people in Jonestown, Guyana, which was given to them by Jim Jones. The result will be the same. They are committing their own suicide, which will be the death of the Republican Party. It’s just like the title of the book by Rick Wilson called “Everything Trump Touches Dies.”

Rick Johnson

Spokane


 

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