Kalexander2 Posted August 23, 2018 Report Share Posted August 23, 2018 The one objective commonality among every single person alive is self-preservation, that is unless the person has a severe mental illness. And even the worse of mentally ill persons possess a need to preserve notions of her/his reality. It is important to factor in factual motive(s) that move people to act when attempting to foretell an event involving politics of persuasion; what’s at stake. In governments around the world, especially in America, truths and falsehoods have emerged to create a new reality; a hybrid of ‘alternative facts’ of sorts. Under the guise of “by any means necessary or the road not taken” serve as both a justification and formality of self-preservation. Proponents of Donald Trump, in essence, offer he can’t be indicted as a criminal because he’s every right to politic (persuade) to win an election or get whatever he wants, including steal money or collude as they all have done; and if he’s not allowed, ‘whataboutism’ validates any criminal actions. Critics say laws and legislation won’t allow it to indict a sitting president. But even motives and maintaining the image of democracy (rule of law) has its limits. The most ardent reader can’t know the end of a story until they reach the end. Characters, conflicts, and plot are good indicators of how a story may end, however. Damn be democracy when friends and family are at stake; damn be a democracy and friends when the family is at stake; and damn be everything and everyone when self is in jeopardy. Stand-up guy Paul Manafort, frightened angry Michael Cohen, opportunistic Omarose Newman, xenophobic Sean Hannity, defeated sell-out Paris Dannon, and others are irrelevant invisible figures in self-preservation. YES, I believe DT will resign, get assassinated, or be removed due to a mental breakdown before 2019; or more final extreme of Congress and the DOJ ignoring the rule of law by actually indicting him for treason and imprison him. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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