Thursday, November 5, 2020

Mr. Trump’s Traitorous Out


Article and Photo Credit: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images.

When the election chaos ends and Mr. Trump becomes a private citizen, he will be prosecutable for his alleged crimes, just like every other U.S. citizen. 

Mr. Trump has committed many potentially prosecutable actions

But most certainly, those most likely to be brought upon his leaving the protection of presidency, will be served by The State of New York. That means Mr. Trump could be the, “first former president in American history to find himself on trial — and perhaps even behind bars”.

So, what will he do?

I predict he will run. 

Yes, he will exit the USA for political asylum rewarded by another authoritarian dictator, Mr. Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin of Russia.

Mr. Trump knows he is guilty of many crimes and unless he can escape, he will serve time in jail.

I believe he is a traitor for seeking and accepting Russian interference in the 2016 election, and working to weaken the NATO Alliance, as well as turning his face away from Russian bounty-paying in Afghanistan for dead U.S. and NATO troops. Like another before him, Mr. Benedict Arnold, he will seek shelter with his benefactor. In his case, that means Russian dictator, Mr. Putin.

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