Letter: Prosecution, Persecution or Inquisition

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It is extremely disgraceful to see Congressman Jerry Nadler, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, slithering around the House chambers. The Mueller Report, after two years, $30,000,000 and countless subpoenas and witnesses, has been concluded and presented to Congress with President Trump vindicated on collusion and obstruction charges. Nadler is a rank partisan of the worst type and an absolute embarrassment. Nadler is a loathsome individual with a repulsive persona.

Nadler has an extremely serious case of Trump Derangement Syndrome. In his case, it has stopped his brain from functioning in a cognitive manner. Perhaps, the only cure is to finally remove Nadler from his lifelong job of being a congressman. Nadler is obsessed with removing President Trump from office and will stop at nothing in his quest. Nadler wants to be judge, jury and executioner. He is Captain Ahab, obsessed with his battle with the whale. He is Tomas de Torquemada, inquisitor general of the Spanish Inquisition. On another level, he is a modern day version of Tail Gunner Senator Joseph McCarthy. Who will be our Joseph Welch, special counsel for the U.S. Army, and bring an end to this inquisition? Who will be the person to finally say to Nadler, “Have you no decency?”

Nadler and the rest of the Democrats will stop at nothing to destroy President Trump. It is time for them to accept the results of the 2016 presidential election. The attempted silent coup to overthrow a duly elected president by deep state operatives in Obama’s Justice Department and FBI has finally been defeated. It is now time for the Democrats to start doing their jobs and stop their never-ending subpoenas and harassment of the President, his family, associates and businesses.

Now, Congressman Nadler pay attention: As former President Barack Obama said, “Elections have consequences, we won, you lost. Now, get over it”.

—Jack Lipsky

3 COMMENTS

  1. i disagree with your every word. that you can support 45, knowing what we know, tells me everything about you that i need to know.

  2. Sounds like you caught the Trump “filthy language bug”–calling a congressman, “slithering, loathsome and repulsive” when he’s doing his job of oversight of the SEPARATE branches of Congress shows you are ignorant of or oblivious to the issues, including 11 explicit examples of obstruction of justice, including his firing of Comey, and asking McGann to lie about his reason for firing the former Attorney General, Jeff Sessions. Don’t forget he is an unnamed co-conspirator in the unlawful payment of hush money to Stormy Daniels, weeks before the election. I rest my case.

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