Victor Davis Hanson: Dems trying to impeach Trump over ‘thought crimes,’ but have ‘nothing’
Hoover Institution senior fellow Victor Davis Hanson accused Democrats on Friday of trying to impeach President Trump over “thought crimes,” saying the president did nothing illegal.
“If I want to think about speeding 80 miles an hour and I talk about thinking about it but I actually don’t, I’m not guilty of anything other than harboring a bad thought,” Hanson said on “The Story.” “So Trump may or may not, we don’t really know, the evidence suggests he didn’t think about delaying aid and that aid was delayed, but it wasn’t cut off. Maybe [Trump] thought about cutting it off. But that’s not a crime.”…
Guest host Ed Henry pressed Hanson, saying it looked like aid was held up only for Hanson to defend the president’s right to hold it up.
“It’s not against the law to hold up aid,” Hanson said. “But the bottom line is he didn’t cut it.”
“You’re going to convict people of … thought crimes, for considering cutting it…”
I find this census question rather amusing but I also totally sympathize with the dilemma Scots must face to choose from such a list. If nothing else, it’s much simpler to just be “heterosexual” or “celibate”. Twenty-one sexualities is too, too silly. But heck! – much of what is happening in the world right now is pretty goofy. Read the entire article here:
This post is for “educational purposes only”… and if it is entertaining, so much the better.
Remember the Peter Strzok – Christine Ford photos from a few months back? If not, here they are:
Add to that, these photos of Justin Trudeau and Linda Sarsour:
If anyone has ever seen either pair together, please let us know because so far we can find no evidence that they are four distinct personalities
It is well known that Luciferians like to have opposite gender identities… see Kerth Barker’s books in which they tried to make him accept an alter-ego they called Kathy. Tricky, tricky, sneaky, sneaky, childish, childish.
Revealing new insights into the animals’ high-risk lifestyle, a study released Monday by zoologists at Colorado State University found that the average squirrel lives through the human equivalent of seven action films every day…