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Friday, May 12, 2017

RSN: Scott Galindez | It's the Lies That Are Impeachable



You knew who Drumpf  was when you voted for him....mocking the disabled? P....y grabbing and groping?

You knew he was classless, insulting, ignorant. 

Did you listen to the Howard Stern tapes? 
Have you heard the insults to World Leaders? 


The World is mocking the Clown the US elected. 









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FOCUS: Scott Galindez | It's the Lies That Are Impeachable 
President Donald Trump. (photo: Michael Reynolds/EPA) 
Scott Galindez, Reader Supported News 
Galindez writes: "It is the constant lying of the president of the United States and his administration that leads me to believe that Donald Trump is not capable of performing the duties of the office he holds." 
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et me preface this by saying I am someone who was not worried about the Russian efforts to influence our election. I am not surprised that Russia tried to influence our election, and I believe we are actively trying to influence the politics of Russia. I also think James Comey should have been fired by President Obama last October for interfering in the election in a way that aided Donald Trump.
It is the constant lying of the president of the United States and his administration that leads me to believe that Donald Trump is not capable of performing the duties of the office he holds.
I call on Republicans in Congress to put the credibility of the country over the standing of their political party. For a president to fire an FBI director who was investigating his administration and then lie about his motives to the American people is inexcusable. To then threaten that official with possible recordings of their conversation cheapens the office of the President.
I am embarrassed to call Donald Trump the president of my country. There have been other presidents, including Democrats, with whom I have had significant differences with politically. Donald Trump and I do not agree on much, but I do believe in Democracy, and don’t think impeachment should come about for political differences.
I am angry at how Trump has handled healthcare and many other issues, but they are not impeachable offenses. Even the firing of James Comey in itself could have been justifiable if Trump hadn’t lied about his motives.
If this were the first time the president has lied to us, I might give him a pass. The problem is there is a pattern of lying by the president, and he forces his surrogates to lie on his behalf. We cannot continue to have a president whose every utterance is questionable.
It’s not about Russia, healthcare, North Korea; it is about Donald Trump. I no longer have confidence in his ability to perform the duties of the office of President of the United States, and I call for his impeachment.


Scott Galindez attended Syracuse University, where he first became politically active. The writings of El Salvador's slain archbishop Oscar Romero and the on-campus South Africa divestment movement converted him from a Reagan supporter to an activist for Peace and Justice. Over the years he has been influenced by the likes of Philip Berrigan, William Thomas, Mitch Snyder, Don White, Lisa Fithian, and Paul Wellstone. Scott met Marc Ash while organizing counterinaugural events after George W. Bush's first stolen election. Scott moved to Des Moines in 2015 to cover the Iowa Caucus.
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