Opinion: ‘Investigations’ into Trump are political witch hunt, entrapment

Jun 19, 2017, 9:07 AM

President Donald Trump listens during his meeting with Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela, Mon...

President Donald Trump listens during his meeting with Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela, Monday, June 19, 2017, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

(AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

The script is written.

The establishment is moving at hyperspeed to remove President Donald Trump.

Each investigation they open is not to get an answer of actual misdoings during the election or while in office. The plan is to find charges relating to misconduct during investigations.

It’s to set traps so that, eventually, those being investigated will slip, thus committing an unrelated crime in the process.

These “investigations” are a witch hunt, entrapment, a political coup d’etat.

Republicans have the majority in both the House and Senate. They decide what gets investigated.

This is why they are investigating every move by Trump, yet are not vigorously investigating real crimes, such as former FBI Director James Comey’s leaks, former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s obstruction of justice or Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of classified emails.

Every move and every leak is made to paint a picture of misconduct by the president and his administration.

If he defends himself, it’s portrayed as paranoia or trying to hide something. If he doesn’t defend himself, they’ll make up accusations with no evidence and eat him alive.

The establishment and their partners in the media create stories and leak fake stories in an effort to make the president look bad or get him to respond. They’re constantly planting false stories in the news, using “unnamed sources,” only to subtlety correct them days later after the damage is done.

They’re already laying the foundation for the next story they’re creating.

Assistant Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is going to recuse himself from the investigation led by special counsel Robert Mueller.

In doing so, the media will push the narrative this proves Trump is in serious legal jeopardy and must have committed a crime in his firing of Comey. They’ll continue making references to Watergate to sway public opinion in favor of removing the president.

It’s the next step in what’s becoming a very predictive pattern.

The establishment will stop at nothing.

This is history.

Darin Damme

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Opinion: ‘Investigations’ into Trump are political witch hunt, entrapment