WATCH: Rep Deutch Shows Dems Have Officially Turned Their Backs On Due Process

Written by Wes Walker on December 12, 2019

If they claim to DEFEND the Constitution, it might be a good idea for them to know what’s in it.

These guys now officially have more in common with the ideology of a certain Soviet inquisitor than with the American Framers, but more on that later.

Good going guys.

Deutch is a real piece of work… but at least he did us all a favor by ripping the mask off of his party’s REAL ideology.

Democrats seem to have forgotten some basic facts.

Every American citizen has the legal right to the Presumption of Innocence. The burden of proof lies squarely on the accuser to show ‘beyond a reasonable doubt’ that the accusations they make against him are valid.

In a court of law, a person is not obligated to take the stand in their own defense… but they obviously are welcome to do so. Refusal to do so should not be considered evidence of guilt.

They have spent a lot of time ASSERTING their allegations about the supposedly sinister underlying MOTIVES behind Trump’s actions. But they haven’t PROVEN their assumptions are anything more than the cynical partisan lens that makes them see ‘Orange Man Bad’.

Deutch made a disgusting statement flipping the Presumption of Innocence on its head:

When my children were younger, we taught them to tell the truth.

If you’ve got nothing to hide, honesty is the clearest path to putting trouble behind you.

If the President has not abused his power, he would have ordered his staff to tell the truth.

Instead he silenced them.

What is Ted forgetting?

Trump had exercised a legitimate Constitutional right when he challenged Congressional authority to call certain witnesses, especially in light of House rules forbidding the White House Counsel from being present.

They ARE still co-equal branches of government, are they not?

If those witnesses were so critical, the solution was simple — ask the Court to uphold the subpoena as valid. If the witnesses were NOT subject to Executive Privilege, as the President might claim, the THIRD Branch of government would certainly say so.

But House Democrats didn’t want that. They wanted to claim ‘obstruction’, and smear their opponent with the taint of corruption. Failing to find any real evidence, they are creating circumstantial evidence.

Isn’t it interesting how closely that instinct parallels revelations we’ve seen from the IG report and comments we’ve heard on the direction the Durham investigation is taking?

Oh, and who was the man that Rep Deutch reminds us of? This guy:

Lavrentiy Beria, the most ruthless and longest-serving secret police chief in Joseph Stalin’s reign of terror in Russia and Eastern Europe, bragged that he could prove criminal conduct on anyone, even the innocent.

“Show me the man and I’ll show you the crime” was Beria’s infamous boast. He served as deputy premier from 1941 until Stalin’s death in 1953, supervising the expansion of the gulags and other secret detention facilities for political prisoners. He became part of a post-Stalin, short-lived ruling troika until he was executed for treason after Nikita Khrushchev’s coup d’etat in 1953.
Source: Oxford Eagle

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