Bet Obama’s steaming now, given that his own foreign policy is precisely what has given Trump a rather compelling self-defense.
In an exclusive interview with Fox News, Trump remarked that any prosecution of him is effectively futile, especially when accounting for the fact that Obama himself could be prosecuted for a number of actions taken while he was president.
“I’m not talking about myself. I’m talking about [how] any president has to have immunity, because if you take immunity away from the president, it’s so important, you will have you have a president that’s not going to be able to do anything,” Trump began in his remarks to Fox.
Translation: Obama is most definitely one that needs to be careful if the Democrats continue with their little post-presidential prosecutions.
“Obama dropped missiles and they ended up hitting a kindergarten or a school or an apartment house. A lot of people were killed. Well, if that’s the case, he’s going to end up being indicted when he leaves office,” Trump continued.
Indeed. Don’t forget the fact that Obama also knowingly executed U.S. citizens overseas with no due process.
While the citizens were reportedly involved in terrorism, it’s important to recall that even conservative, law-abiding parents are considered “extremist” by the FBI now.
Heck, even individuals purchasing Bibles are flagged as potential extremists.
Though Biden may have to worry even more than Obama in terms of post-presidential prosecution.
“[Biden has] killed our country with his policies. The border is a disaster. Everything he does is a disaster. What he did in Afghanistan is the most embarrassing moment in the history of our country … Well, when he leaves office, if he doesn’t have immunity — now, I think it’s horrible what he did, but he probably, I don’t know, it’s hard to believe, but he probably meant well. It’s hard to believe that he meant well,” Trump declared.
Indeed, he has. Likely why he was instilled in the first place.
Trump also noted that Obama is unlikely to receive his coveted “fourth term,” in large part because Trump is likely going to be cleared by the Supreme Court to be on all state ballots.
“I really believe they’re going to leave the people to vote … You’re the leading candidate in both parties. You’re leading the Democrats by many, many points. I mean, it’s hard to imagine they would do [it],” Trump remarked.
Especially if they consider the end result.
“It’ll be bedlam in the country. It’s a very bad thing. It’s a very bad precedent. As we said, it’s the opening of a Pandora’s box,” Trump intoned.
Indeed. Unless, of course, Biden has been tasked with dismantling Pandora’s box just as he has with American borders.
Author: Ofelia Thornton