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Another Trump hoax or a real investigation leading to impeachment?

Written By | Sep 29, 2019
Democrats, Impeachment, Hoax, Russia, Ukraine, Trump, Presidential Poker, Liberals, Democrat Debates

President Donald J. Trump arrives to address military personnel and their families Sunday, June 30, 2019, at Osan Air Base, Korea. (Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead)

WASHINGTON: The majority of Americans still do not favor impeachment. However, more than two-thirds of Democrats do. There are several reasons, however, to believe that this picture is incomplete and could change. Impeachment hoax or not, there are three logical defenses for allegations from last weeks first impeachment hearing.

Stepping away from the emotional ones that the mainstream media, driven somewhat by Democratic sensationalism, created for the public to soak up like a dry patch of grass after a fresh rainstorm. Those nonspecific bad-orange man allegations. The Hillary should have won driven allegations.

The pitch from the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives is that within the transcription of a phone conversation between President Trump and his executive counterpart in Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky the people’s trust was violated.

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The recent investigatory hearing tries to conjecturally ascribe a narrative to the Trump presidency that says the President of the United States feels he is above the law. Which is rich when one considers that in America when we think of a person above the law, the name is usually Clinton.




Nonetheless, the allegations specifically state that President Trump contacted the allied Ukrainian President to conduct investigations of Congressional members wrongdoings. And that,  in exchange. Ukraine would receive the billions of dollars in congressionally approved tactical weapons financial appropriations. Intelligent minds engaged in this discourse are only required to measure the allegations to factually determine any merits of the presentation.

We must ask what strategically important intelligence information could the Ukrainian Government gather on a US Congressional member that a US government agency is unable to provide. Well, there are Hillary Clinton’s emails which most people believe Ukraine, and by extension, Russia, have.  But that the US seemingly does not.

Nonetheless, in an age of 24-hour intelligence gathering is it possible that a member of Congress can willingly and knowingly perpetuate illegality?  Conversely, is there anything President Trump could use as political leverage in order to secure his re-election.  Or is this simply a Democrat Impeachment hoax?

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The President of the United States as an individual is not above the law, either considerably or insubstantially.  Furthermore, every move, every conversation, every phone call is heavily monitored, making it difficult to conduct illegal actions.   Light seems to find every transgression.  Sooner or later. (Think Obama Administration Wasn’t Corrupt? Think Again)

Which does not mean a president cannot conduct an illegal action. President Clinton and President Nixon come to mind.

Cleared by the US National Department of Defense, the President is the Commander in Chief.  Ultimately through the approval of the people, based on the conscience of the people, create(s) the law.  The official White House response labels the transcripts as a made-up impeachment hoax similar to the last trial.

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From a statistical perspective, the number of allegations during any political campaign allows for only the most legitimate of claims. Allegations themselves, however, can be enumerable. Are the Democrats tossing the pot of spaghetti to see what sticks?

If the legal right to make allies lies with the Congress and the Executive, this latest public bacchanalia will ultimately the President’s reelection.  Along with a new wave of Young Republican Congressional representatives.

The first logical question is to determine what Congressional members did to prompt the phone conversation whistleblower?  The general public has to ask themselves: What does US intelligence community members know? That is assuming they are allied with Ukraine at some point.



That by agreeing to appropriate tactical weapons funding would Ukraine turn over information? Information that a well trained and technologically adept US military intelligence community does not already have?

The second is more of a theoretical intellectual inference. Being above the law means that the individual is free to destroy the nation and the President has done quite the opposite.

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The third considers the timeline of events. This is not the first attempt to malign the Trump Presidency. It could be the second failed attempt, if not third should we include the Kavanaugh debacle. Congressional seats are at stake.

The law is going to take a poll of the American sentiment soon, and this is the President and Young Congressional Republicans test. It is not an easy test. Only the strong of heart can logically find opportunity in midst of this to qualify an agenda to improve life in the United States. As the leadership responsibilities are now global issues, not just domestic management.

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Considering what these logical variables reveal about the hearings it is hard, almost difficult for anyone, not to side with the President, and consider this an Impeachment hoax.

It seems that from an objective perspective the mainstream media is being used by the left-wing politicians to rack up points without providing a legitimate policy agenda to hobble together an election challenge.

 

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Kerry Baynes

Kerry Baynes is currently a Msc University West Indies, Financial Economics. As a research assistant for the New Jersey State Senate, he was responsible for research on economic, budget/fiscal issues, and the impact of tax policy. He served as a Media Strategist for Garry Cobb For Congress, in 2014 and Giordano for Assembly, in 2015. Since 2006, he acted as Manager of Alpha Strategy Group, an Urban Media Company. Currently an Associate at World Financial Group (WFG), he works to build and protect wealth for families and individuals from all walks of life.