Minnesota & National Report

The second week of Impeachment Hearings will continue to dominate our television stations, resulting in many conversations amongst pundits and continue to expose the political divides in our society. The series of testimonies from the various people willing to testify, some in direct violation of the counter orders from the White House, are all leading to proving Donald J Trump (R) is a fraud.

As the rhetoric shifts from investigations by a foreign country to charges of bribery, which is a term found in the Impeachment clause in the US Constitution, Article II, Section 4 “The President, Vice President and all Civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” we gain more insight, but the question is when will Trump’s defenders see the evidence in the same light?

The discussions on FOX are far different than those on PBS, CBS, NBC, CNN, and MSNBC. It is curious how the same information is viewed so drastically different through a partisan lens. Republicans are nearly all in lockstep coming to the aid of Trump and we can see no other reason than blatant partisanship.

The loss of Trump means lost judicial appointments, more trade woes, and a destabilized foreign policy. The religious tenants being invoked seem to resemble the adage “hate the sin but love the sinner.” The moral turpitude lies a and misrepresentations of fact are far too easily overlooked by the sycophants.

Our nation is at odds because their side refuses to believe the truth as presented and discounts what is shown at each turn only to protect the particular person in the position. In order for the United States of America to become whole once again will require the loss of the narcissistic pretender and fraud. He has admitted his wrongdoings and flaunted it before people and he needs to pay the highest price as a traitor to this country.

Truth is taking a backseat to partisanship. Trump’s Mojo isn’t rising it’s headed in a southerly direction.