Letter: Must be a consequence for abuse of power

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Editor,

Editor’s note: This letter is a response to a letter published in the Sept. 17 edition of Current in Noblesville.

Hold President Trump accountable for what criminal activity? You say, “We’ve got the facts.” Yes, we do, but not the facts you want.

As House Judiciary Committee member Republican Jim Jordan said, “The president was falsely accused of colluding with a foreign state (Russia) to impact the election.”

When (fired FBI Director) Jim Comey was deposed by the committee, he stated, “After 10 months of investigation, the FBI had nothing. (Special Prosecutor) Bob Mueller investigated for 22 months, spending $30 million of taxpayer funds and testified before the committee that he had nothing.”

Those are the inconvenient “facts we’ve got.” The problem is, you Democrats are still committed to overturning the 2016 election, regardless of the facts.

I agree with (former Donald Trump campaign manager) Corey Lewandowski in his testimony before the House Judiciary Committee. He stated, “This fake Russian collusion narrative is the greatest crime committed against the American people in our generation, if not ever.”

There must be a consequence for this abuse of power. There should be persons held legally accountable, starting with the unelected bureaucrats that attempted a coup against this president and his administration.

George Hodgson, Noblesville

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