The Russian Asset in the White House

Clomid Warnings and Precautions The Russian Asset in the White House

The evidence is mounting that the Russians have an Agent of Influence, in the White house. That is The President himself, Donald J. Trump. The reasons for his agency are suspected to be certain information of an embarrassing or illegal nature. Some of this is an a “dossier” in the hands of law enforcement and the media.
Russia’ President Putin has already betrayed Trump by acting far beyond the apparent limits of getting him elected by interfering with the election process, hacking email in the US, and employing internet media to publish misleading and false information that was passed on to Americans by the Republican Party and it supporters. The investigation of these crimes is continuing, and complicity in them is suspected of many Trump Campaign members, some of whom have already been indicted.

The question is now becoming, when will the President have to make the choice of betraying his country or protecting himself, his staff and the Republican party from being prosecuted for criminal activity?
The Republican Party itself seems conflicted. Committed to protecting Trump at all costs are elected officials like Cong. Nunes, and members of the House Intelligence Committee, who clearly do not want this confrontation, but are willing to stand with the President against accusers. Many of the Republicans are remaining silent or equivocating about this issue. But they will soon find it necessary to take a position on what they would do, if the President were part of an indictment of Republican Party members who conspired, and committed illegal acts in furtherance of the Russian effort to elect Donald Trump President. That question will be asked in every one of the 435 Congressional districts, and of the 33 Senate candidates, in the fall, 2018 elections.
It is not likely that the prosecutions of all of the accused will be completed by November, but some have already pleaded guilty and others are likely to do so. In addition, the arrests of others will be accompanied by court documents describing the charges, and perhaps even listing “unindicted co-conspirators,” perhaps even the President.”
The voters will have a chance to “declare a verdict,” though they will not have access to the evidence for and against the indictments. That verdict will NOT be on the actual perpetrators, in any case. It will, though be an indication of how tolerant some Americans can be of people who hold their freedoms so lightly that they are willing to trust them to a Party that seems not to want to know whether or not the accused are guilty. That, of course, was a first step to dictatorship in many nations during the last Century.

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John H. Langer, JD, Ed.D. Retired Federal agency manger, former professor of education, public school administrator, and writer of a number of articles and publications on education, public affairs, substance abuse and social issues. In writing a book on attention and memory as it relates to education, this blog is helping to focus attention n current issues, and hopefully, add something useful as well.

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