This incident should immediately sound two alarm bells for anyone who is concerned about justice and, frankly, sanity.
Even if Trump isn’t implicated, his most senior staff already are. Paul Manafort, former campaign chairman, was a Putin agent. Michael Flynn, former national security adviser, was a Turkish agent. Jeff Sessions, current US Attorney General, lied about Russian contacts. The list can go on.
What really disturbs me is that, after all of this, there are so many who think mine is an experience that is worth repeating.
So far, it appears that this administration is failing even more than Trump himself.
This Monday, the Review again assumed its role as Stanford’s instigator-in-chief by publishing a wildly sensationalist article, insinuating that our Stanford tuition dollars are funding Hamas, the Palestinian affiliate of the Muslim Brotherhood that governs the Gaza Strip.
The economy, to most, is more a reflection of their livelihood and how they are doing financially. And Americans are not doing well.
Simply allowing the likes of Milo Yiannopoulos and Steve Bannon to do and say whatever they please in the name of liberal values like “free speech” is not the answer.
When Trump proposed his 20% tax on Mexican imports to defray the cost of a border wall, my parents called me because they had a question about the proposal: “Won’t this make our groceries more expensive?”