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12 minutes ago, Phoenix68 said:

 

 

 

Washington (CNN)The mayor of Salem, Massachusetts, told President Donald Trump on Tuesday to "learn some history" after he claimed that the people accused in the Salem witch trials had received more due process than he has gotten in the impeachment inquiry.

Mayor Kim Driscoll pointed out on Twitter that the Salem witch trials that occurred in 1692 included the "absence of evidence" when "powerless, innocent victims" were hanged or pressed to death.
Driscoll noted that in Trump's case, the accused is among the most powerful and privileged people in the world, and she said the case involves "ample evidence" and "admission of wrongdoing."
"Will they ever learn some history? This situation is much different than the plight of the witch trial victims, who were convicted using spectral evidence + then brutally hanged or pressed to death. A dubious legal process that bears no relation to televised impeachment," Driscol
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In a six-page letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday, Trump said "more due process was afforded to those accused in the Salem Witch Trials."

To this, Colbert said in jest, "You know what? I agree with the president on this one. Fair's fair. We should throw him in the river," referring the method of trial by water used to prove a suspected witch's innocence or guilt in the 16th and 17th centuries. The myth behind this method is that innocent people would drown and sink to the bottom of the river, but witches would float.

Trump's letter to Pelosi was described by Colbert as a "disorienting mish-mash of dry legal language mixed in with Trump's signature angry word smoothies."

 
 

Particularly of note to Colbert was Trump claiming the impeachment process has had a significant effect on his family. "You do not know, nor do you care, the the great damage and hurt you have inflicted upon wonderful and loving members of my family," Trump wrote to Pelosi.

Colbert reacted, mocking Trump's voice: "You've hurt them all. The innocent wife I cheated on with a porn star, to the poor kids whose mother I bailed on two wives ago."

 

 

https://www.newsweek.com/colbert-trump-impeachment-salem-witch-trials-throw-river-1477895

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3 minutes ago, jerra- said:

Washington (CNN)The mayor of Salem, Massachusetts, told President Donald Trump on Tuesday to "learn some history" after he claimed that the people accused in the Salem witch trials had received more due process than he has gotten in the impeachment inquiry.

Mayor Kim Driscoll pointed out on Twitter that the Salem witch trials that occurred in 1692 included the "absence of evidence" when "powerless, innocent victims" were hanged or pressed to death.
Driscoll noted that in Trump's case, the accused is among the most powerful and privileged people in the world, and she said the case involves "ample evidence" and "admission of wrongdoing."
"Will they ever learn some history? This situation is much different than the plight of the witch trial victims, who were convicted using spectral evidence + then brutally hanged or pressed to death. A dubious legal process that bears no relation to televised impeachment," Driscol

 

Are the witches, warlocks, Satanists, and Wicka groups voting Dem next year?

Yes, I think they are.

I am damn sure glad that I am not rowing a boat with that heathen bunch,...…..ain't you?                 😊..🍺.

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