Trump SHOULD Pardon the President… President Obama that is

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Trump SHOULD Pardon the President... President Obama that is

When I reflect on how the MSM has cov­ered for this admin­is­tra­tion for a full year I chal­lenge my read­ers to con­sider this question:

Are we see­ing today, what Water­gate would have been if the pres­i­dent had been a Demo­c­rat beloved by the MSM?

I say yes!

DaT­e­chguy The delib­er­ate igno­rance of the MSM vs Katie Pavlich et/​al 62112

I remem­ber being at an event in Man­ches­ter when George Stephanopolous asked his infa­mous “con­tra­cep­tion” ques­tion at the GOP debate that threw Mitt Rom­ney for the biggest loop of his life. The whole, “Can Trump Par­don him­self” meme (he can btw) is basi­cally the same thing. Since no actual wrong­do­ing has been found, the media’s idea is to sug­gest wrong­do­ing via the whole par­don thing. After all you don’t need to be par­doned for some­thing you didn’t do, do you?

Nev­er­the­less, in my opin­ion that Pres­i­dent Trump should exer­cise his power to par­don the Pres­i­dent, or more prop­erly stated on the FOR­MER Pres­i­dent and chief exec­u­tive Barack Hus­sein Obama.

Don’t be so sur­prised, back in Feb­ru­ary I was already tweet­ing this out:

A lot more has come out since then. As the inves­ti­ga­tion into the spy­ing on the Trump cam­paign which started out with the media meme of “Trump is crazy for say­ing we were wire­tap­ping him” and has cur­rently pro­gressed to “It wasn’t ‘spy­ing spy­ing’” con­tin­ues to bear fruit it’s becom­ing increas­ingly clear that the last admin­is­tra­tion actively used the power of the fed­eral gov­ern­ment to attempt to ille­gally fix the 2016 election .

That Obama was the 2nd com­ing of Nixon was of course known to those of us who actu­ally cov­ered the Obama years with a crit­i­cal eye even as the media was doing all they could to shield him

But the media under­stands what the devel­op­ments in the IRS scan­dal means, and they can’t inves­ti­gate, because if they do then the results of their inves­ti­ga­tions might reveal what many on the right sus­pect, that Barack Obama & his admin­is­tra­tion is involved in this up to his ears.

But it is not the illu­sion of Barack Obama as an hon­est & capa­ble Pres­i­dent that wor­ries them the most, it is their own illu­sion that they want to pre­serve. The illu­sion of their own self-​righteousness.

If these jour­nal­ists dis­cover that the first black pres­i­dent of the United States is a cheap crook in the tra­di­tion of Nixon then a choice has to be made. Do they report that infor­ma­tion, or do they with­hold it?

This tweet per­fectly encap­su­lated the media’s tac­tics at the time:

which is why back in 2013 I was already tweeting:

Well those days of pro­tec­tion for Obama are in the past and the cri­sis that is likely going to occur once more of the spy­gate details come out makes Don­ald Trump par­don­ing Barack Obama both the right and the smart thing to do.

It’s the right thing to do because unlike the cur­rent phony media mantra of “a con­sti­tu­tional cri­sis” if it reaches the point where enough evi­dence comes out impli­cat­ing the for­mer White House in spy­gate the AG will be put in a posi­tion where he has to decide if he is going to sub­poena and/​or indict the for­mer pres­i­dent for crimes com­mit­ted while he was in office, that is using the power of the fed­eral gov­ern­ment and fed­eral law enforce­ment to ille­gally inter­vene in a pres­i­den­tial election .

The poten­tial for an explo­sion will be incred­i­ble. Even though I don’t think he deserves one and it might anger Trump base I sus­pect it would be far bet­ter for the coun­try if Pres­i­dent Obama was pre­emp­tively par­doned. Not only would it solve a con­sti­tu­tional cri­sis before it begins but it would make it more likely that the truth will come out. After all if only a rep­u­ta­tion, vs one’s free­dom is at risk then there is a greater like­li­hood that the uncov­er­ing of rel­e­vant facts will not be hin­dered as vig­or­ously. The only ques­tion would be does he limit the par­don to Obama or extend it to the Obama administration.

It’s the smart thing to do because it instantly changes the con­ver­sa­tion. Instead of the media play­ing the “will Trump par­don him­self” game to hide the lack of evi­dence of crimes the con­ver­sa­tion will instantly turn to: Is there evi­dence of crimes by the Obama admin­is­tra­tion and were said crimes done with the prior con­sent or later approval of Barack Obama?

Even more impor­tantly while the media and the left will howl with indig­na­tion at this very sug­ges­tion of this the admin­is­tra­tion would not be lead­ing pub­lic opin­ion on this mat­ter but fol­low­ing it…

A major­ity of 51 per­cent of vot­ers now believe “senior law enforce­ment offi­cials are likely to have bro­ken the law in an effort to pre­vent Trump from win­ning the pres­i­dency,” accord­ing to a poll from Ras­mussen Reports.
Only 42 per­cent of vot­ers believe it is “unlikely that these offi­cials ille­gally attempted to stop a Trump presidency.”

In other words, we now live in a coun­try where only 42 per­cent of vot­ers believe it is “unlikely” fed­eral law enforce­ment offi­cials tried to ille­gally med­dle in a pres­i­den­tial election.

Only 26 per­cent believe it is “not at all likely.”

That being the case a Par­don of Obama by Trump becomes the act of the big­ger man as well because unlike Ford’s par­don­ing Nixon the man who made him Pres­i­dent, and get­ting grief for it, Don­ald Trump would be par­don­ing the man and admin­is­tra­tion who wronged him to try to keep him out of the White House. Talk about claim­ing the high ground.

And of course the price­less media reac­tion of them insist­ing loudly that the man who reg­u­larly invited Har­vey Wein­stein to the White House did absolutely noth­ing wrong would pale next to the poten­tial Obama reac­tion. Would he accept the par­don while insist­ing there was no wrong­do­ing or that it’s a cyn­i­cal ploy? Would he angrily refuse the par­don? Would he be smart enough to com­pletely ignore it and more impor­tantly how would this play with for­mer Obama era offi­cials who know what they did and might still be sub­ject to charges. I sus­pect they might decide they wouldn’t mind a pre-​preemptive par­don to save their necks. The con­flict there would be priceless.

I think this would not only be the right thing to do, and the smart thing to do, but it would also be the fun and hilar­i­ous thing to do.

If it was up to me I’d go for it the day after the midterms


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When I reflect on how the MSM has covered for this administration for a full year I challenge my readers to consider this question:

Are we seeing today, what Watergate would have been if the president had been a Democrat beloved by the MSM?

I say yes!

DaTechguy The deliberate ignorance of the MSM vs Katie Pavlich et/al  6-21-12

I remember being at an event in Manchester when George Stephanopolous asked his infamous “contraception” question at the GOP debate that threw Mitt Romney for the biggest loop of his life.  The whole, “Can Trump Pardon himself” meme (he can btw) is basically the same thing.  Since no actual wrongdoing has been found, the media’s idea is to suggest wrongdoing via the whole pardon thing.  After all you don’t need to be pardoned for something you didn’t do, do you?

Nevertheless, in my opinion that President Trump should exercise his power to pardon the President,  or more properly stated on the FORMER President and chief executive Barack Hussein Obama.

Don’t be so surprised, back in February I was already tweeting this out:

A lot more has come out since then. As the investigation into the spying on the Trump campaign which started out with the media meme of “Trump is crazy for saying we were wiretapping him” and has currently progressed to “It wasn’t ‘spying spying'” continues to bear fruit it’s becoming increasingly clear that the last administration actively used the power of the federal government to attempt to illegally fix the 2016 election .

That Obama was the 2nd coming of Nixon was of course known to those of us who actually covered the Obama years with a critical eye even as the media was doing all they could to shield him

But the media understands what the developments in the IRS scandal means, and they can’t investigate, because if they do then the results of their investigations might reveal what many on the right suspect, that Barack Obama & his administration is involved in this up to his ears.

But it is not the illusion of Barack Obama as an honest & capable President that worries them the most, it is their own illusion that they want to preserve.  The illusion of their own self-righteousness.

If these journalists discover that the first black president of the United States is a cheap crook in the tradition of Nixon then a choice has to be made. Do they report that information,  or do they withhold it?

This tweet perfectly encapsulated the media’s tactics at the time:

which is why back in 2013 I was already tweeting:

Well those days of protection for Obama are in the past and the crisis that is likely going to occur once more of the spygate details come out makes Donald Trump pardoning Barack Obama both the right and the smart thing to do.

It’s the right thing to do because unlike the current phony media mantra of “a constitutional crisis” if it reaches the point where enough evidence comes out implicating the former White House in spygate the AG will be put in a position where he has to decide if he is going to subpoena and/or indict the former president for crimes committed while he was in office, that is using the power of the federal government and federal law enforcement to illegally intervene in a presidential election .

The potential for an explosion will be incredible. Even though I don’t think he deserves one and it might anger Trump base I suspect it would be far better for the country if President Obama was preemptively pardoned.  Not only would it solve a constitutional crisis before it begins but it would make it more likely that the truth will come out.  After all if only a reputation, vs one’s freedom is at risk then there is a greater likelihood that the uncovering of relevant facts will not be hindered as vigorously.  The only question would be does he limit the pardon to Obama or extend it to the Obama administration.

It’s the smart thing to do because it instantly changes the conversation. Instead of the media playing the “will Trump pardon himself” game to hide the lack of evidence of crimes the conversation will instantly turn to:  Is there evidence of crimes by the Obama administration and were said crimes done with the prior consent or later approval of Barack Obama?

Even more importantly while the media and the left will howl with indignation at this very suggestion of this the administration would not be leading public opinion on this matter but following it…

A majority of 51 percent of voters now believe “senior law enforcement officials are likely to have broken the law in an effort to prevent Trump from winning the presidency,” according to a poll from Rasmussen Reports.
Only 42 percent of voters believe it is “unlikely that these officials illegally attempted to stop a Trump presidency.”

In other words, we now live in a country where only 42 percent of voters believe it is “unlikely” federal law enforcement officials tried to illegally meddle in a presidential election.

Only 26 percent believe it is “not at all likely.”

That being the case a Pardon of Obama by Trump becomes the act of the bigger man as well because unlike Ford’s pardoning Nixon the man who made him President, and getting grief for it, Donald Trump would be pardoning the man and administration who wronged him to try to keep him out of the White House.  Talk about claiming the high ground.

And of course the priceless media reaction of them insisting loudly that the man who regularly invited Harvey Weinstein to the White House did absolutely nothing wrong would pale next to the potential Obama reaction. Would he accept the pardon while insisting there was no wrongdoing or that it’s a cynical ploy? Would he angrily refuse the pardon? Would he be smart enough to completely ignore it and more importantly how would this play with former Obama era officials who know what they did and might still be subject to charges.  I suspect they might decide they wouldn’t mind a pre-preemptive pardon to save their necks.  The conflict there would be priceless.

I think this would not only be the right thing to do, and the smart thing to do, but it would also be the fun and hilarious thing to do.

If it was up to me I’d go for it the day after the midterms


If you think the cost of what we do is worth it to counter balance the MSM and the various online censors I would ask you to hit DaTipJar below



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Finally might I suggest my book Hail Mary the Perfect Protestant (and Catholic) Prayer makes an excellent Gift.