OBSTRUCTION OF WHAT?


 


R. A. Schultz


 


 


Shortly after Robert Mueller issued his long-overdue report on his totally unproductive witch hunt, I observed, “Opposing a treasonous coup does NOT constitute obstruction of Justice.”  Allow me to re-phrase or explain that so even a Trump-deranged Democrat might comprehend it: 


 


Months before the 2016 presidential election was decided, a criminal conspiracy had commenced overt action in advancement of a coup to ensure against the then remote possibility that Donald J. Trump might become the duly, Constitutionally-elected President of the United States.  The conspirators included high-ranking officials of the Obama administration, as well as the upper echelons of the Department of Justice, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and several agencies within the Intelligence Community.  The purpose of the coup was to remove Trump from office or to stifle his agenda, should he be elected.


 


This is tantamount to a businessman walking down the street minding his own business when he is set upon by a gang of rogue police officers attempting to arrest him for something he didn’t do.  Resistance to this unlawful assault does NOT in any way, shape, or fashion, constitute obstruction of Justice.


 


Yoo hoo out there!  Get it?

Safari Woman is online.
This was definitely a coup and I pray to God the pain of justice is coming to the guilty.
  • April 28, 2019
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BlueMax372
To my mind, the guilty literally must HANG!
  • April 30, 2019
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beachbum
The 'obstruction' is to the liberal agenda and their power. They WANT the swamp.
  • April 30, 2019
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