I Don’t Think It Matters Much To The World That The President Of The United States Is Inscrutable and Racist
There is enough so-called plausible deniability to go around that it merely presents itself as a cultural construct that placates Trump’s attitudes and behavior with his views and in his speeches.
While dog-whistle remarks and America first initiatives actually emboldens white supremacy groups of varying degrees, there is enough reasonable doubt with ample cover from direct causation to free him from prosecutorial guilt. The narcissism that comes with it makes it even easier to pass off authoritarianism as an unorthodox “getting things done” leadership style.
“And yes, by the way, they are trying to take away our history and heritage. You see that. And I say it, and you know, we’re all pros, we have a certain sense. We’re smart people.
The voting population generally carries a certain disdain for career politicians, and a strong contingency appears to have been left with a strong bittersweet aftertaste of an Obama presidency. As we wash this all down with absinth, we find ourselves stumbling into, and for, the accidental genius of Donald Trump.
Another example of plausible deniability is someone who actively avoids gaining certain knowledge of facts because it benefits that person not to know.
“You saw the massive crowd we had,” he said at a White House news conference on Monday with Finland President Sauli Niinisto. “The people went crazy when I said, ‘What do you think of sheriff Joe?’ Or something to that effect.”
From the outside looking in at what appears to be our current state of inebriation, it would in all likelihood portend that our nation would be so vulnerable as to be taken advantage of by rogue despotic regimes, while our embarrassed and vested allies watch in disappointing distress over the liability carried by the world’s leading democracy, tripping all over itself. The just world view would seemingly suggest that the haughtiness of a prolonged socioeconomic dominance has now served just desert, but one should consider that blaming the victim in this scenario would be bad optics. So, while the country is drowning in its false narratives of its own history, puking out its socioeconomic insecurities, and wallowing in its broken marriage of convenience, the rest of the irritated world is merely looking on in annoyance of this spectacle.
A headstrong America, as it were, is a victim of its own grandiosity, with an insufferable bout of survivor’s guilt and heaping of its own abusive self-righteousness. It’s the worst of both liberal and conservative worlds. The punch drunk affair between its political parties offer a capitulating factor that threatens the one thing that brought it together in the first place — no its not for love of country, its for love of democracy, or democracy abuse.
There is an addictive dependency on the freedom and privilege that democracy upholds. It is so palpable, and envied that it satiates you with a high that invariably leads to an escapism from ordinary communistic lows. Whether it is in fighting the good fight or an act of individualistic expression; whether it is to charitably give or defiantly take, democracy is seemingly the drug of choice.
This quiet annoyance you hear from the world undergirds the implausible deniability of the popular vote and its ensuing embrace for the electoral college vote. Here is another implausible deniability on the benefit of the doubt given to the president’s incessant lies and fallacious reasonings. The US code of laws or U.S.C. suggests that this president has broken the law on many occassions. I bring 18 U.S. Code § 1038 — False information and hoaxes.
This right here is enough to impeach, coupled with the pardon of Joe Arapaio and the president’s remarks following the protests in Charlottesville. There really isn’t any need to wait for Special Counsel for the Unites States Department of Justice, Robert Mueller to complete his investigation on Russian interference with the 2016 elections, especially when republicans, headed by Rep. Ron DeSantis, are set to curtail the investigation anyway as soon as recess is concluded in September.
“Congress should use its spending power to clarify the scope and limit the duration of this investigation,” he explained. Deputy Attorney General Rod “Rosenstein has said that the DOJ doesn’t conduct fishing expeditions; the corollary to this admonition should be that Congress will not fund a fishing expedition.”
Ah, more plausible deniability to go around.