Saturday, April 14, 2018

The Winds of Revolution

Conservative Republican President Trump has signaled to his crooked friends that he's ready to pardon them by pardoning Scooter Libby. He was convicted for perjury and obstruction of justice in 2007 by a special counsel. The message is clear. If you're being prosecuted for any Trump corruption by special prosecutor Robert Mueller or the Justice Department, Trump has got your back. CNN. I predict that Trump will use the pardon to save his son Donald Jr. his son-in-law, Jared Kushner and probably his personal lawyer Michael Cohen. There's also a story that he's going to fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein who is overseeing Mueller.

The firing of Rosenstein which would clearly indicated that Trump is obstructing the investigation of the multiple scandals would be a triggering event for mass protests. Groups from the American Federation of Teachers to are gearing up for protests. Huffington Post. My fellow Americans, the time is soon upon us. The revolution is here and I'm talking about peaceful revolution. The goal for this year is to flip not just the House of Representatives but also the Senate. That will put checks on the fascist in the White House. The only game in town is to vote liberal Democrat. Vote liberal Democrat if you want to live.

When Trump either fires Rosenstein, Mueller or pardons any of his cronies, here's what we must do.

1.) Contact your congressman and or Senator. And I mean the Republican one . Why? The Democrat will protect our country. But the conservative Republicans only care about power. However, they will respond to political pressure. if there are pardons, or if Rosenstein is fired, demand they pass laws to protect Mueller. Continue the investigation into Trump corruption. Impeach Trump.
2) Hit the streets, join the fight on the internet. There are groups listed in the Huffington Post article ready to fight.

And learn the song, "Do You Hear the People Sing?" I know the Trump campaign used this song two years ago. It's not their song. Trust me, it's about the Paris Uprising of 1832. It's the song of the people who yearn for justice, and freedom. It's the song of the poor and the working man. My fellow Americans, we will not be slaves to Russia.

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