At the White House Tuesday morning, Donald Trump was meeting with sheriffs from around the country when an exchange with one of the sheriffs proved conclusively that the illegitimate president is a thug and believes in using fascist tactics against those who disagree with him.
Trump was talking with Rockwall County (TX) Sheriff Harold Eavenson when Eavenson commented that there was one state senator who wasn’t being helpful to him or his department. Out of nowhere, Trump turned to Sheriff Eavenson and said:
“Want to give his name? We’ll destroy his career.”
Here’s video of the exchange:
Sheriff tells Trump a lawmaker is pushing legislation he doesn't want
Trump: “Want to give his name? We’ll destroy his career.”
— Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy) February 7, 2017
The sheriff declined to name the senator he was referring to, which set off speculation that eventually led to him being identified as Bob Hall, a Tea Party Republican. So Trump was offering to destroy the career of a fellow member of the GOP just because one man said he had not done what he wanted.
Is this man the head of state, or a character in a Godfather movie?
We have a man in the White House who holds grudges, hates people for no reason other than they disagree with him, and would dearly love to be granted the power over life and death for every person in the world. In other words, Donald Trump aspires to be a god. He thinks he deserves the right to serve as judge, jury, and executioner for any person who might not go along with whatever cockamamie plan he dreams up in his demented mind.
In ancient Rome, there was an emperor named Caligula who was very similar to our alleged president. Caligula was fond of destroying or killing those who would not agree to worship him and do as he pleased. History teaches us that things did not end well for Caligula.
And one day history will teach us that we should have impeached Donald Trump on his very first day in office.
This article was originally published by the same author at LiberalAmerica.org