- - Wednesday, July 31, 2019

I watched the loathsome interview given by the Democrats after the Mueller testimony, and heard Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler say they will be subpoenaing more people in the search for evidence to impeach President Trump. I want to put something in perspective: Misfeasance is performing a lawful action in an illegal manner. Mr. Nadler and his ilk are saying Mr. Trump did this, but unless you follow through with committing the act, talking about something or discussing something that could be illegal isn’t a crime. Not so, however, with the real criminal acts of which Mr. Nadler and his cronies are guilty.

Rep. Adam Schiff, Jerry Nadler and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi are guilty of obstruction by withholding evidence, misleading us by making up fraudulent charges, misfeasance through misusing their power and malfeasance in office with intent to deceive the American people. Each has said Mr. Trump committed numerous illegal acts — so where is the evidence?

Mr. Schiff said he saw evidence to support his claims, so, why didn’t he give said evidence to Mueller investigators? That is obstruction and failing to report a crime by withholding evidence, making Mr. Schiff an accessory after the fact. Reps. Nadler and Pelosi accused the president of crimes, too, so why isn’t the evience they surely have not mentioned in the Mueller report?

The Democrats are denying the findings of the Mueller report by saying there is more to investigate. If the biased investigators didn’t find any crimes, there are none. It’s time to bring charges against the real criminals in the Democratic Party.

GREGORY J. TOPLIFF



Warrenville, S.C.

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