Far-Left Hack Fantasizes About Trump Punching First Lady Melania Then Using Secret Service to Conceal Assault

Senior Editor of The Atlantic, David Frum fantasized about President Trump punching First Lady Melania then using the Secret Service to cover up the assault as a way of arguing what constitutes ‘obstruction of justice.’

Frum suffers from a bad case of Trump Derangement Syndrome.


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The liberals went crazy after The New York Times published a 29-page confidential memo Trump’s lawyers sent to Mueller in January.

 

Trump’s lawyers argued the President cannot be subpoenaed and that even actions that impede the investigation are within his constitutional authority and therefore cannot be obstruction of justice.

On Saturday, David Frum used domestic violence as a way to argue against Trump’s lawyers’ definition of obstruction of justice.

“Suppose President Trump punched First Lady in the White House…” said David Frum.

Classy.


Frum tweeted: Suppose President Trump punched the First Lady in the White House (federal property = federal jurisdiction), then ordered the Secret Service to conceal the assault. POTUS has Article II authority over Secret Service. Is that obstruction? Under Sekulow/Dowd, apparently NO

After backlash, David Frum tries to walk back his statement as a ‘far-fetched scenario’

David Frum is a hate-filled liberal hack. There are many different ways he could have argued his point without fantasizing about President Trump punching the First Lady.

But this is the left; they are vapid, hate-filled, evil people who say the most vile things towards our President.

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