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7/9/2016 1:17:40 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
Who were these two men in positions of power who could have made a difference for the betterment of America but didn't. Why did these two men who might have used their positions of trust and power to dwarf the opposite political parties agenda instead used their positions to go against their own declared political parties.
Were these two men moles working clandestinely for the democrat party working stealthy over time to gain the confidence and trust of those who were led to believe in and trust them until the appropriate time to do their nefarious deeds.
Should we have been surprised by the actions of these two men who betrayed those who had placed their trust in them. There have always been those in positions of power who betrayed those who trusted in them to be who they said they were who at an opportune time revealed themselves to be unworthly of that trust and their true characters were revealed . Chief Justice Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr and FBI director James Comey have only repeated past betrayals history,
"In 1953, President Dwight D. Eisenhower appointed Earl Warren the fourteenth Chief Justice of the United States"
NOTE...What did President Dwight D. Eisenhower say about his appointed Earl Warren.
"Eisenhower later remarked that his appointment was "the biggest damned-fool mistake I ever made."