Waiting is the hardest part in any endeavor.

We feel stifled, unproductive. We want to move on to something new. The public cannot grasp something new until we release our hold on something that no longer serves us.

In my travels throughout my Legislative District, I hear lots of voices asking, “How can they get away with that?”

It’s a Crime, Isn’t It?

People are referring to Donald Trump and his many crimes. Or, it could be about the scandals. Sometimes they talk about the financial improprieties. Others are concerned about blatant disregard for ethis.

Staffers are fleeing in droves. For one reason or another, Donald Trump is not a good boss, nor a decent human being. This mass exodus from this administration is evidence of that. We feel that whoever surrounds him is complicit in his wrongdoing. They are believe to be dirty, or blackmailed.

It should be evident that something must be done. But still we are waiting.

With Special Counsel Robert Mueller leading the investigation of Russian interference of the 2016 elections, we gave seen a substantial number of guilty pleas and convictions — notwithstanding the over thirty sealed indictments filed with the federal courts.

But still we ask, “How can Trump get away with this?”

Waiting for the Rule of Law

We live in a country that places great importance on living by a set of laws that govern our society. It is part and parcel of our social contract.

Without laws in place, chaos is the result.

Governing based on the Court of Public Opinion creates a host of problems that need not be discussed here, but let us exercise patience, sound judgement and allow the facts to determine a course of action.

That is the societythat will ultimately lead to the ousting of Donald Trump from the White House and exposing his accomplices.

So slow down, America. Exhale and relax in whatever method suits you best.

Wait for it…


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Gene Smith

Gene Smith is a Chief Campaign Strategist living in Arizona. He is a Juris Doctor, Democratic Campaign Strategist, Elected Precinct Committee person, and Democratic State Committee Member. Currently, Gene serves on the Environmental Caucus.

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