“Seriously, make this make sense to me,” Mary Trump says. “Is it just inertia?”
She’s trying to understand how Donald Trump can continue to “roam free” and be free to continue potentially doing harm, when there’s such a long list of situations one can name where he’s accused of doing just that. For example, arriving at the Presidential Debate last year with Joe Biden after a positive COVID-19 test, as his then-Chief-of-Staff Mark Meadows has revealed in his book.
“Debate organizers were operating on the honor system, we’re told. The honor system! You do not give the benefit of the doubt to someone who lies with such fluency!” Mary declares. “Who’s proven time and time again that the lives and well-being of others mean nothing to him, and who willfully put the lives of so many Americans at risk.”
In the last month, we've learned about a lot of crimes that may have been committed by a certain someone. My question: What the hell else do we need to know?https://t.co/vHkM6j9T1y pic.twitter.com/csjR6fMSmb
— Mary L Trump (@MaryLTrump) December 24, 2021
The full episode of Mary Trump’s latest podcast, in which she addresses the failure to convict her uncle in his first impeachment trial, and the slow progression of other cases against him, and brings forth several guests, including legal experts and journalists — and in particular, E. Jean Carroll, one of the long list of women who has accused Trump of sexual assault, is here.
The group also discusses how Trumpism evolved from the Republican Party, and its effect on the party’s embrace of people from Kyle Rittenhouse to Marjorie Taylor Greene — and what they believe is the path to combat the Donald Trump effect on politics, and defeat Trump and Trumpism in 2022 and beyond.
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