● The Right to a Fair Trial

November 14, 2016 12:37pm CST

I’m not a lawyer. But I heard that here in the United States of America … keep in mind that it could be a baseless unfounded rumor, cheap talk, possibly gossip! … but I heard that in the USA, the accused has the right to a fair trial.

I suspect that if YOU KNOW that the accusations brought against you are false and that you are innocent, then you don’t just want a fair trial. You would probably want a fair and speedy trial.

Of course, if you manage to get yourself elected president … then apparently, YOU HAVE THE RIGHT to a postponed trial. The course of justice can be put on hold for 4 to 8 years. WHY? What is the justification? What makes it legal and right and impartial and just for you to be able to do that? Well because … you’re going to be busy!

Hey! Running the country is not a mission impossible but it ain’t no walk in the park either!

So, since you’re going you be POTUS, busy with the affairs of governing and leading, etc., etc.,etc., your trial can be postponed. You see, even though you may have committed certain misdeeds or criminal acts BEFORE you were elected, while serving as POTUS for the next 4 to 8 years, you’re going to be a model citizen with an impeccable flawless character, respecting not just the laws as they are written, but ensuring that the legislative intent of those laws are fulfilled.

Especially if you’ve been accused something like … FRAUD.

Perish the thought. You wouldn’t even know how to get a group of underlings together to act on your “order” and perform certain “gray” tasks. You wouldn’t even know how to organize a management “just business” team, where you delegate authority to “handle” administration and operations, and where everybody answers to you but nobody tells you anything about what they’re doing. You just get to see the end result and if it looks good on the surface … then it must be good! Perfectly legitimate and legal and above board. Right?

Besides … in the running of this nation … fraud, waste, mismanagement and abuse never happens in the civil service or in the military. So it definitely would never happen in the highest levels of our government beginning at the desk where the buck stops, i.e. the Oval Office.

In this great nation which is going to be great again, we have a system of checks and balances. Not a system of good old boys, sitting at a large table in a conference room, writing checks to each other!

I heard that in America, the accused has the right to a fair trial. EXCEPTION: If the accused is the President Elect or the President, they have a right to a postponed trial, which can not in any way be construed by the general American public or anybody else as being unfair or preferential at all! It totally reflects the ideals of truth, justice and the American way!

That’s what I heard. I don’t have the mindset to make up something like that. I heard somebody else say it. I’m just thinking on it.

These are my thoughts. No RSVP needed. You can ignore me, quote me or you can even plagiarize me. I don’t care! God Bless America.

Originally published at www.mylot.com.