- - Tuesday, April 28, 2020

If House Speaker Pelosi, Sen. Schumer and the despicable Rep. Schiff were working for a company in the private sector and had pulled the rotten acts they’ve pulled on the American people and our president, they would have been fired long ago. If they were in the military and had colluded to undermine an operation during combat, putting people’s lives in danger, more than likely they would have been shot or thrown in jail and tried for treason.

These lousy politicians think they are above the law, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Their malfeasance includes many arrestable offenses: fabricating false evidence, committing fraud by lying (saying they had evidence of wrongdoing when they didn’t), acts of sedition to undermine the Trump administration with the news media as coconspirators, blackmailing the Republicans into quid-pro-quo deals if they didn’t agree to frivolously wasting taxpayer money on programs that had nothing to do with the coronavirus bills, and more.

The fact that the self-absorbed narcissist Pelosi recently had the unmitigated gall to brag about her ice-cream stash in a video while people are starving shows her lack of compassion for those who are paying her salary.

She and the other miscreants belong in prison for their crimes. At least there they can’t do any further harm to the president or people of this country.

GREGORY J. TOPLIFF



Warrenville, S.C.

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