Exactly how hypocritical can someone be, proclaiming on one hand immigrants from Mexico are criminals and rapists and yet hire at least 19 undocumented workers illegally in the country to be in your employ.
What type of person encourages a culture of division, and hatred, yet employs those same individuals he wishes to prohibit through the ability to enter this country and realize their hopes and dreams.
Furthermore, throughout the 2016 candidacy for the presidency, under scrutiny to provide papers to prove the employees were legitimate to work within the USA, he knowingly and willingly broke regulations organizing for and paying for bogus paperwork. And for one purpose only for the single purpose to deceive. This has become and all to familiar pattern with Mr. Trump. Over and above the apparent implications, how can you trust any thing that this man states? If you and I had done these exact same actions we probably would be in jail.
Then to make things more significant, he became the first Republican party representative to publicly come forward and state the presidents actions have met the threshold of impeachment.
Michigan GOP Rep. Justin Amash stated Saturday he had determined President Donald Trump committed “impeachable conduct” and accused Attorney General William Barr of deliberately misleading the public.
Amash expressed his views, believing based on the redacted version of the Mueller report that Trump had met the threshold of impeachment and accordingly Congress should pursue Impeachment proceedings against the President.
He is the first Republican in Congress calling for Trump’s impeachment.
Justin Amash may be the loneliest Republican in Congress
Amash a 2010 Tea Party conservative has surprisingly been a minority GOP critic of Trump and formerly said Trump’s conduct in pressuring then-FBI Director James Comey could merit impeachment. Within a Twitter thread on Saturday, Amash claimed he thought “few people in Congress also read” special counsel Robert Mueller’s report and therefore the report itself established “multiple examples” of Trump committing obstruction of justice.
“He accused Attorney General Barr of misleading the American people by his original depiction of Mueller’s report, which is quite contrary that what has been learned since. A report that reveals that President Trump was involved and conducted himself in a pattern of behavior that reach the limit for impeachment,” Amash stated within a sequence of Tweets on Twitter.
Here are my major conclusions:
- Attorney General Barr has deliberately misrepresented Mueller’s report.
- President Trump has engaged in impeachable conduct.
- Partisanship has eroded our system of checks and balances.
- Few individuals of Congress have read the report.
Does it ever end? No. Here’s another example of unscrupulous behavior.
The relationship between Trump and Deutsche Bank has been scrutinized in recent weeks. Last month, Trump, three of his children and his business sued Deutsche Bank and Capital One to block them from turning over financial records to congressional committees that have issued subpoenas for the information.
You only avoid, when what you have to hide, is detrimental to you.