It isn’t a crime…

but it should be.

The deliberate obstruction of the proper functioning of government. 

Malfeasance, misfeasance, and nonfeasance are all applicable, perhaps, but maybe it needs to be spelled out more specifically. 

Looking at you, McConnell!

You have flouted the clearly expressed will of the majority of the American people persistantly, usurping control of the Senate’s ability to do the job they were elected to do, making yourself a dictator over what issues can be voted on or not, according to your personal agenda.

You have abused the power of your office.

You have intentionally undermined and obstructed the democratic process in America. 

And this doesn’t even get into the treasons of your dealings with the Russian oligarchy.

I think it is important for the world to know that we, the sane and normal people of America, and some of the weird ones, too, deplore this current administration and live for the day we can vote it out of power, and call it’s perpetrators to account.

It is likewise important for the world to know, we also understand that your governments do not always represent or reflect your decency, your humanity, your good faith and good will towards other real people.

There has never been a time in the whole history of humankind when politicians truly spoke for their constituents, though the occasional statesmen have arisen and fought for those qualities of humanity and decency, good faith and good will, against the seekers of primarily personal wealth and power.

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