Now that the execrable US political class has gifted the country with The Hologram—the first truly illegitimate president—it is time for retrospectives on the Trump presidency. The “storming of the Capitol” was a convenient—planned—excuse to avoid any debate on the evidence of massive election fraud during the joint session of Congress, but that’s a topic for another day. Let us examine and dissect what was a key decision point at the beginning of the Trump administration.
During the 2016 campaign, candidate Trump developed a number of winning themes and slogans that people at his rallies frequently repeated in unison, not the least of which was “Lock Her Up,” in reference to the multiple felonies surrounding the FBI’s cover-up of Hillary Clinton’s unclassified email server. For those who continue to doubt her guilt, a quick perusal of this signed affidavit from a State Department whistleblower is just the tip of the iceberg. Go to page 122 of the .pdf file located at the above link to read the whole letter. Here is the opening excerpt:
When former FBI Director James Comey “exonerated” her in a public statement on July 5, 2016, claiming that she had been “extremely careless” in handling her emails but would not recommend criminal charges to the Dept of Justice, many Americans—especially career national security personnel who fully understood the implications of her crimes—were outraged at the miscarriage of justice. And the slogan “Lock Her Up!” was born. Candidate Trump indeed promised to “lock her up” during many of his campaign stops, including this one in Florida on October 20, 2016:
“Yeah. I agree with you. I used to just be quiet on that.