Rachel Maddow has shown how Trump has committed crimes, made everyone bow backwards to protect him from prosecution, and shown the damage he has done to the Justice Department and the rule of law .
Mr Maddow said:
This is a crime committed in 2016 for a long time. Also, it’s strange that a Manhattan DA and New York state prosecutor started investigating the matter, then a new prosecutor took office, stopped the investigation, and then resumed the investigation a few months later. There was an interlude. Lawyers who were working on Trump-related investigations resigned in protest and loudly resigned.
This was a strange story. This is a recurring criminal case. At its core, it’s a simple crime. It’s a very simple crime. The evidence is really clear. And for years, seven years since the crime, five years since people started going to jail, years and years, people have been doing backflips to make sure the man who committed the crime had no repercussions. And were the only ones to benefit from it. The purpose was to help Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
he became president. This seems to give you the carte blanche that keeps you out of handcuffs for four years while occupying the Oval Office. Once out of the Oval Office, he’s supposed to go back to being the kind of person who doesn’t deserve to be arrested for committing crimes without paying. It’s been a long time coming, but I’m happy to say that Stormy Daniels is doing well. she is doing well We are about to find out whether the same can be said for the rule of law and the judicial system.
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The case itself is not complicated. It’s pretty open and closed. Donald Trump broke the law by paying hush money to Stormy Daniels during the 2016 presidential election. We know Donald Trump is the man behind the crime. Trump profited from the crime, but since he ended up in the White House, Trump was able to use his presidential powers to cover up his crimes and thwart investigations.
Electing Joe Biden as president did not fix the rule of law and the Department of Justice. DOJ may never be the same again. The precedent is set that another corrupt future president could easily follow.
The best way to re-establish the rule of law in the United States is to bring criminal charges against Donald J. Trump.
Jason is the editor-in-chief. He is also a White House press pool and a congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a BA in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy with a specialization in the social reform movement.
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