Holding politicians responsible for their voters’ mental illness…even Mazie Hirono

President Trump was the victim of so many capricious quirks of fate while in office, and even now, as former President, he continues to face the wrath of vengeful Democrats. They are holding him accountable for the hallucinatory thinking of the schizophrenic lunatics who stormed the Capitol on January 6.

Is there anything Trump is not responsible for?

The words of Donald Trump supporters who are accused of participating in the deadly U.S. Capitol riot may end up being used against him in his Senate impeachment trial as he faces the charge of inciting a violent insurrection.

At least five supporters facing federal charges have suggested they were taking orders from the then-president when they marched on Capitol Hill on Jan. 6 to challenge the certification of Joe Biden’s election win. But now those comments, captured in interviews with reporters and federal agents, are likely to take center stage as Democrats lay out their case. It’s the first time a former president will face such charges after leaving office.

“I feel like I was basically following my president. I was following what we were called to do. He asked us to fly there. He asked us to be there,” Jenna Ryan, a Texas real estate agent who posted a photo on Twitter of herself flashing a peace sign next to a broken Capitol window, told a Dallas-Fort Worth TV station.

Jacob Chansley, the Arizona man photographed on the dais in the Senate who was shirtless and wore face paint and a furry hat with horns, has similarly pointed a finger at Trump.

Chansley called the FBI the day after the insurrection and told agents he traveled “at the request of the president that all ‘patriots’ come to D.C. on January 6, 2021,” authorities wrote in court papers

This puts a dampening, mediocritizing effect on political expression and innovation.

If elected officials are deemed responsible for the actions of deranged segments of the population which will harm or destroy for their own inner dialogue of madness, politicians will cease to speak about subjects of importance. There will always be at least 5 people who are compelled to commit a felony for even blandest of politicians.

Even the riveting Mazie Hirono would need to restrict all public comments to pineapples and shave ice going forward in order to avoid triggering those 4 people who would kill or maim in her name.

Mazie Hirono

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