Disloyalty And The Price of Ignorance

On June 1, 2017, I published part three of a 3-part series article titled Donald Trump’s Impeachment Is Inevitable. (You can read part one and part two here and here). There are specifically two statements I made I would like to bring forth here for further discussion.

  1. Donald Trump Is Not Worth the Sacrifice of our Nation
  2. Donald Trump’s crime (of treason) would make Nixon’s Watergate look more like a misdemeanor.

In order to understand where I’m coming from, let me take you in my journey with Donald Trump. I began to cover Donald Trump since the day he hinted at bidding for the presidency, before he descended the golden escalator at the Trump Tower in New York City to make the official announcement of his intention to bid for the presidency of the United States.

Despite his extremely weird and outrageous approach to campaigning for the highest office and in spite of his insulting way of conveying his stance on issues, I welcomed the idea of his uniqueness; like most everyone else then, I was tired of the usual suspects in presidential elections. Had Donald Trump not run for president, political pundits could have been right in their predictions. Some predicted there could be a Jeb Bush (on the Republican side) and Hillary Clinton (on the Democratic side) face off in the general election. Although Bernie Sanders hinted at making a run, nobody paid attention to the Independent Senator of Vermont at the time.

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