Why Does Trump Want to Pardon Himself If He Hasn’t Broken the Law?
He hasn’t left office yet but he’s already trying to escape. He claims to be innocent and law-abiding, yet he seeks to give himself a Presidential pardon. Does an individual who has not been charged with a crime need to be pardoned? Wouldn’t seeking a pardon before you are charged be incriminating?
President Trump said, “I have the absolute right to PARDON myself.” (source: CNBC)
But he suggested he wouldn’t do that because “I have done nothing wrong.” (source: CNBC)
When a child comes to a parent and begins their plea with, “Don’t be mad, but…,” the parent knows self-incriminating information will follow. This child is securing a pardon before they spill the beans. The child in his last days in the oval office is giving America a similar plea.
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In fact, perhaps one of the reasons the Loser in the oval office wanted to become President is because he dreamed of pardoning himself for the many laws he’s broken. Could he have planned, from the beginning, to place individuals in the DOJ and Supreme Court to get himself off the many hooks he’s on?
He’s the greatest con man of our time, maybe ever (Disclaimer — Women can be great con persons too, and anyone who prefers them as a pronoun can be a great con). The Loser is not dumb. He’s a schemer.
The best of the best. He made it to the top, and why wouldn’t it be because he did it to make himself money and to get away with breaking the law. These are the most important fundamentals of the Loser’s life. He was losing his fame on television and needed a springboard to the ultimate spotlight.
The Loser says exactly what he means. The problem is that his meaning is exactly the opposite of the real meaning because to the Loser, the meaning is only correct if it…