Gary Morrison | Trump Behavior Unbecoming

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I have read, re-read, and then read again the editorial board’s “Our View” on Sunday, May 5.

You question what we on the left will say, and do, when the next Democratic president is subject to “trumped up charges”? While it is possible that I have been just dreaming up the facts in this case, but haven’t there been over 30 indictments, at least three prison sentences, and a 400-page report on the subject? 

Didn’t we watch as the president lied to us, repeatedly? 

Aren’t we watching, daily as, the “innocent” White House acts more and more like they are hiding something?

To probably misquote Shakespeare, “I believe the gentleman doth protest too much!” 

Didn’t he tell Lester Holt that he fired James Comey to end the Russia Investigation? Anyone who is not 100% for him, is by definition, his enemy. 

In politics, I thought we had opponents, not enemies.

A military officer can be court-martialed for “actions unbecoming an officer.” Does the editorial board assert that Trump is behaving in a presidential manner, or do they accept that everything is binary and political? 

I have been paying attention to politics since John F. Kennedy, and what I am seeing now is NOT normal, and that the “commander in chief” is behaving in a manner that is “unbecoming” his office!

Gary Morrison

Valencia

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