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To say that The President and the Democrats were at odds would be putting it all too lightly, and giving a free pass to the overtly radical leftists at the helm of youth culture in our nation.

Yes, I understand that this makes me sound like an old man shouting at the whippersnappers to get off of my lawn, but a man can only take so much of the violence, the hatred, the prejudice, and the downright jackassery of the millennial democratic mob.

Worse yet, the left is whipping this frenzy up on their own, with their words fouling society like chum on a shark dive.

Now, top democrats in the Washington Swamp are hoping to take the vitriol to another level, pressing for obstruction charges to be brought against our Commander in Chief over a tweet.

Top Democrats are accusing President Trump of obstructing justice for his tweet calling on Attorney General Jeff Sessions to end special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.

Sen. Tom Udall (D-N.M.), a former prosecutor, labeled the tweet obstruction.

“As a former prosecutor, I call this obstruction of justice,” Udall tweeted Wednesday. “No one is above the law — not even the president. People in New Mexico and across the country are tired of ultra-rich and powerful people like Donald Trump trying to abuse their power to protect themselves.”

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Rudy Giuliani was kind enough to set the record straight for those afflicted with Trump Derangement Syndrome:

Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, told reporters in New Hampshire that Trump’s tweet was not an order for Sessions.

“It’s an opinion. And he used a medium that he uses for opinions: Twitter,” Giuliani said. “He used the word ‘should.’ He didn’t use the word ‘must.’ And there was no presidential directive that followed.”

This will likely suffice as an answer until tomorrow, when the left begins their cycle of hate and rage all over again.

 

 

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