Well stated. The question is out there and a clear majority see it and wish to answer in favor of the original ideals but they may not be allowed to. Here is the proof of that:

Nearly two-thirds of Americans believe that Donald Trump committed crimes before he became president, according to a new Quinnipiac poll conducted after Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen testified to Congress.

Among those surveyed, 64 percent believe that the president committed crimes before he was elected, with 24 percent saying they don’t think he did.

Those polled were split on whether they believe Trump has committed crimes while in office: According to the poll, 45 percent believe the president has, while 43 percent say he hasn’t.

That’s a plurality that think crimes have been committed in the White House. Unfortunately the people managing two thirds of the government are, themselves, accomplices.

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