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Trump Thanks Inspector General for ‘Totally Exonerating’ Him of Bible Photo Op Criticism

This one matters. This statement needs coverage, not because of what Donald Trump believes, but because of what it will make his MAGAs believe.

Trump will never acknowledge anything negative about himself. Obviously. He could hardly bring himself to apologize for admitting that he assaults women, regularly, because when you’re a star they let you do it.  He apologized because he was within six weeks of an election. Two weeks later he was musing to others about whether it was his voice.

He is a narcissist and narcissists do not do anything wrong. People who accuse him of doing something wrong or people who simply don’t like him are “losers” who should and will (in the right situation) be punished. That is Donald Trump.

Donald Trump’s followers await his order. As an example, an intentionally extreme one, if Trump were to publically call on his followers to “Make it VERY clear to every federal employee working in any federal building that they work for an illegitimate president and it should be addressed,” at least some of his followers will interpret the code for exactly what it is, another call to violence.

But just like with the stop the steal justification, Trump has to make it clear that they are the righteous fighting a world that is not “fair” to Donald Trump. And, this is important, it is actually an attack on Trump’s followers. Trump tells his followers that this isn’t about him, it’s about them.

Thus it is that this complete “exoneration” proves that Trump is the hero, fighting as hard as ever, but needs help. It is extremely dangerous as the “next step.”

Now that I have been totally exonerated on the Mueller Witch Hunt with a charge of No Collusion, I have often wondered, if a fake investigation is illegally started based on information provided and paid for by the DNC and the Clinton campaign, shouldn’t they be held accountable? Not to mention, wasting tens of millions of taxpayer dollars and interfering with years of a presidential administration? I fought the made-up Hoax strongly and effectively, and I won.

Prosecutors don’t exonerate anyone. They determine if there is enough evidence to prove a crime beyond a reasonable doubt, they never “prove” someone is innocent. The investigation without question started legally. Jeff Sessions legally conflicted himself out. It does not matter if the information is brought by the Clinton campaign. The Clinton campaign initially paid for dirt on Trump. The man who was hired was concerned enough to turn the information over to the FBI.

The investigation did not “waste” money. The money used to pay for travel to his golf trips, and club/hotel rooms reserved by the secret service almost surely exceed the expense of the investigation and that money was actually wasted. Obama went to a military golf course, far cheaper.

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Then they fabricated, out of thin air, the fake allegation that I obstructed justice, and I won that too. Think of it, how can you obstruct justice when you were fighting a false and illegally submitted narrative?

They did not fabricate anything “out of thin air,” and you can obstruct justice by lying your ass off, whether it was the initial charge or not. His perjury was proven just last week in McGahn’s testimony. He lied. Under oath. Additionally, when you and everyone around you lies and is prosecuted for it, it’s hard to prove collusion.

This week I have been totally exonerated by the Inspector General in the clearing of Lafayette Park, despite earlier reports that it was done for political purposes.

The report was done by his own personally appointed “acting” inspector general. His assertion that it was not done for political purposes would be hilarious were it not so serious.

And I have also been totally exonerated in Congress by the testimony of former White House lawyer Don McGahn. It came, it went, and it was a big “nothingburger.”

McGahn refused to testify about his conversations with Trump due to attorney-client privilege. His testimony also proved obvious perjury as covered by Maddow (and this website) on Wedneday.

But fear not, the Radical Left, country destroying, illegal Witch Hunts continue, and I will win those too!

The radical left is destroying “their” country (this is what Trump means), and therefore, all investigations into the future are illegal and are only done for political purposes. So, ignore investigations and charges to come.

Just like the legitimacy of the election is now destroyed by Trump’s assertions, so, too, are the coming investigations. He will say that evidence is fabricated, it’s all political, it’s all a witch hunt. The MAGAs will be increasingly convinced.

Trump survived as president because he was protected by a subservient Congress and DOJ. Now that he doesn’t have his shield the entirety of the criminal enterprise is now open. It is likely (though certainly not proven) that Trump has been involved with organized crime in this country and within the Russian-Ukrainian controlled system.

We will never forget that look in his eyes the night he actually won the election. It was one of the only times one could tell, easily, that Trump was truly terrified. In that moment, he knew. He knew that everything would be scrutinized and all those Non-Disclosure Agreements would fall apart eventually. It took far longer than we thought, and the current DOJ’s actions are concerning, to say the least. But it will come out, either through the FBI or the NYT, it will come out.

When Trump is indicted somewhere on something, he will claim that the MAGAs are the victims and, apparently, must get tougher and strong. That is why stuff like this is important and must be covered. The last one was the most severe attack on democracy since the Civil War. He seems to want to start another one.

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Peace, y’all
Jason
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Jason Miciak is a political writer, features writer, author, and attorney. He is originally from Canada but grew up in the Pacific Northwest. He now enjoys life as a single dad, writing from the beaches of the Gulf Coast, getting advice from his beloved daughter and teammate. He is very much the dreamy mystic that cannot add and loves dogs more than most people. He also likes studying cooking, theoretical physics, cosmology, and quantum mechanics. He likes pizza.

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