President Donald Trump, along with many of the rest of us out in flyover country, are fed up with the Progressive-Democrats’ obsessive inquisition into his administration, and he’s decided to actively counter, now by saying he’ll “resist all efforts by the House to question current and former administration officials about special counsel Robert Mueller’s report.”
That report, recall, acknowledged officially what those of us in non-coastal US and outside enclaves like Chicago and Austin and San Antonio already understood: that despite repeated efforts to suborn them, the Russians failed utterly to get Trump, family members, or associates to go along with Russian attempts to sow FUD in our election processes and republican democracy. That report also found no obstruction to have occurred, recounting as it does a short dozen of occurrences of an angry Trump venting and his staff having the skill to recognize that as such (even as Congressional Progressive-Democrats loudly contort venting into obstructing).
Those House Progressive-Democrats are responding to Trump’s latest effrontery.
Congressman Elijah Cummings (D, MD), House Oversight Committee Chairman, said
the White House was engaged in a “massive, unprecedented and growing pattern of obstruction.”
And Jerry Nadler (D, NY), House Judiciary Committee Chairman, said
the effort to block the subpoena for Mr McGahn was “one more act of obstruction by an administration desperate to prevent the public from talking about the president’s behavior.”
It is, after all, obstruction to object to attacks, it’s obstruction to defend oneself against any charge, whether the charge is grounded on actual evidence or is blatantly false.
The accused should simply roll over, surrender, and accept punishment.
This is the kind of government we can expect from a Progressive-Democratic Party reign.