U.S. Senator Tom Cotton has committed treason yet again pledging fealty to a foreign leader while undermining his own. It’s time for the DOJ to file charges. Imagine the field day the DSCC will have when he runs for re-election.
Kathleen Kane has protested the actions taken against her by the state Supreme Court to strip her of her law license. That would force her out of office before any possible impeachment or criminal conviction would. Her argument is that doing this now deprives her of her due process rights. For once I agree with Kane. Let’s allow the legal and political processes to proceed before taking this action. Yes, she’s completely incompetent, a vindictive pathological liar whose faults have landed her in deep hot water. Her AG’s office is totally dysfunctional but she was elected to office and the proper channels must be followed in removing her from that office. This is about the rule of law.
The situation in Rowan County Kentucky is also about the rule of law. Kim Davis swore an oath as a public official to uphold the law and she refused to do so. Now it’s landed her in federal prison for contempt of court. This is about the rule of law. We are not a theocracy. If Davis wishes to live and work in one she should move to Iran.
Most of the GOP presidential field has rushed to her side supporting her patently illegal actions. How can one credibly run for President and swear to uphold the constitution after openly opposing the rule of law? After all, the President’s job is enforcing and upholding the laws of the land.
Donald Trump’s racism is creating a divide in this country between morality and immorality. While we sit and watch European nations openly welcoming refugees from Syria Trump and his allies would be there burning them at the stake. These aren’t Christian people and we aren’t a Christian nation according to our words and deeds.