Thursday, May 18, 2017

Trump's Statements Are Not an Obstruction of Justice

A great piece, from Elizabeth Price Foley, via Instapundit:
Principled objections to Mr. Trump’s policies and leadership style should not blind opponents to the dangers of repeated, knee-jerk calls for criminal prosecution of the president of the United States. Let the evidence unfold, and reserve serious charges if and when the evidence warrants it. Crying wolf undermines the credibility of the opposition, further divides an already deeply divided country and breeds cynicism about American institutions that is as dangerous to our republic, if not more, than outside meddling.
A great piece. RTWT.