I’m shaking my head at John Rowderdink’s June 2 letter.
Rowerdink “concludes” Democrats should be quiet, stop “stirring the pot” and “accept the results of the Mueller investigation.” The real question, John, is: Will you?
Mueller handed Congress a complete list of crimes Trump could be impeached for, and most certainly indicted for once he is out of office. (The DOJ protects sitting presidents from indictment.)
Obviously, John, you have not read the report. Nor did you listen to Mueller’s press conference where he practically told Congress to begin impeachment proceedings.
Nor, I suppose, have you read the letter signed by over 700 current and former prosecutors stating that the evidence of crimes by the president is so clear, that they’re confident they would have convicted anyone who isn’t sitting in the White House.
Nor have you seen the online video of the Trump supporter at a teach-in on the Mueller Report held by GOP Congressman Justin Amash. The Republican woman says, “I had no idea the Mueller Report said anything bad about Trump!” She admits she follows only Fox and conservative media.
So, sir, if you’re going to write about the Mueller Report, please read it first. When you rely on Trump or Fox for facts, you don’t come across in the most positive light.
Rick Gagliardo, Pinehurst