Trump Commits Obstruction of Justice on a Daily Basis

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Does any of this even matter anymore? Trump commits obstruction of justice so often, it's impossible to figure out how many times he has broken the law this year, let alone since getting elected:

President Donald Trump on Monday railed against the federal probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election, accusing special counsel Robert Mueller's team of having "unrevealed conflicts of interest" and insisting that obstruction of justice is a "made up phony crime."

"The Russia Witch Hunt is rapidly losing credibility. House Intelligence Committee found No Collusion, Coordination or anything else with Russia. So now the Probe says OK, what else is there? How about Obstruction for a made up, phony crime.There is no O, it's called Fighting Back," Trump wrote in the first of two Monday morning tweets on the topic. Mueller's team is reportedly probing whether Trump committed obstruction of justice by firing former FBI Director James Comey last year.

Trump, referring to Mueller's team, added, "The 13 Angry Democrats in charge of the Russian Witch Hunt are starting to find out that there is a Court System in place that actually protects people from injustice."

"And just wait 'till the Courts get to see your unrevealed Conflicts of Interest!" Trump said.

Damn, son. That's several counts of obstruction of justice that have to be added to the massive pile they already have on you. I imagine it's a pile of binders with dates, facts, evidence, and screenshots of Trump's tweets, and this thing is slumped over onto another stack of binders, and someone keeps having to make a new binder every time Trump aims the puke funnel at his followers.

What a fiasco. Someone must have said, out loud, "whatever you do, Mr. President, don't threaten the civil servants working for Special Counsel Mueller in any way, shape or form" and Trump must have said, "fuck you, you son of a bitch, I do what I want!"

This is one way to live your life in the public square. If there's another way, I don't remember what it was like.