Juan Williams, the media pundit who was welcomed by Fox News after NPR tossed him for too-conservative views — and who’s since been a true-blue voice for the left — joined in the growing-in-popularity Democratic Party slam of Donald Trump and trotted out the “I-word,” impeachment, to crow yes, indeed, it sure does look like the president’s headed toward that fall.
Could the left please, please, please get it in their heads that prosecution generally follows crime — not precedes it?
And that simply believing someone’s guilty of something is not, in fact, proof positive of guilt?
In a piece for The Hill, Williams penned this: “Liberal Democrats could yet see their dreams come true. Last week, a new poll from the liberal outfit Public Policy Polling asked Americans if President Trump should resign if evidence emerges that his campaign worked with Russia to help defeat Hillary Clinton. A majority, 53 percent, said he should resign. That is important because PPP also found that 44 percent of Americans already believe that Trump’s campaign did just that.”