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Should the End Ever Justify the Means?

Posted on 30 Sep 2019
Category: Politics
Author: Steve Vail

To answer that question should be an extremely simple task. So I'm going to take a stab at it. "NO!" Wow, that was indeed quite simple.

However, In our country these days, we have a particular political party that consistently justifies their actions (means) to reach their end game. There end game is to undo the 2016 presidential election, and they will lie, cheat, steal, blackmail, extort, et cetera. This political party's (dems) double standard and hypocrisy is so blatant, that if anyone says they can't see it, they have to be lying and they are determined to go the way of the Dem party leadership. They hate the current POTUS, and will do and/or say anything to bring about his demise.

They (the dems) couldn't believe that after all the cheating, lying, and stealing they had done to secure a victory for their candidate, Hillary Clinton, they still lost. How could this have happened with the main-stream-media (msm) in their hip pocket, with immeasurable voter fraud in the form of vote tampering, voter intimidation, and inaccurate voter rolls coupled with no requirement for voter Identification, which enabled some dem voters to be able to cast their vote in more than one district, and non US citizens to participate in our election. They believed there was no way they could lose, the fix was in, and yet... they lost anyway - a fact that continues to infuriate them to this day. Now they intend to undo the election results of 2016 by any means possible. For more than three years now the dem party has initiated one failed coup attempt after another of the POTUS #45 Donald Trump. They began talking about impeaching him before he even took the oath of office! Never before in US history have we witnessed such a blatant disregard for a presidential election result.

Case-in-point #1: The Russian Hoax – There is no point on me elaborating on this one. Instead, I will recommend several different books on the matter:

  • "The Russia Hoax" and :Witch Hunt" both written by Greg Jarrett
  • "Exonerated" and "Spygate" written by Dan Bongino
  • "Unfreedom of the Press" written by Mark R. Levin
  • "The United States of Trump" written by Bill O'Reilly
  • "Radicals, Resistance, and Revenge" written by Jeanine Pirro
  • "Power Grab" by Jason Chaffetz
  • "The War for America's Soul" by Sebastian Gorka
  • Case-in-point #2: Take a look at this video of Joe Biden bragging about how he got the government of the Ukraine to fire a certain prosecutor by threatening to hold up a billion dollars in aide. A prosecutor by the way that was investigating the very company that employed Biden's son.

    For nearly three years we have been hearing about how our president has not done enough to look into foreign countries interfering with the 2016 presidential election. So President Trump, our duly elected president, in a congratulatory telephonic exchange asked the president of the Ukraine to look into the corruption in the Ukraine concerning the US Presidential election of 2016, and yes, he brought up Joe Biden's boast. I mean how often is it that the perpetrator of a crime goes around on national television bragging about it?

    Case-in-point #3: