Brett Jolly’s Daily Thought (Are you tired yet of hearing all this talk about impeachment?)

Whether you are pro Trump or against him all this talk of possible impeachment and ¬†whistleblowers is getting saturated crazy. The Republicans and the Democrats appear to be in mortal combat over something that hasn’t even been to trial yet. ¬†Today’s Daily Thought is NOT about political association. You can vote for whoever you choose. However, there has been a LOT of attention given to this issue, and each day there appears to be a whole new chapter on it. This is my opinion. First off, if this incident is not true, and then what harm can come from investigating it? I am saying this on behalf of Trump AND Biden. If you are indeed innocent until proven guilty, then by all means either PROVE it or sit down (and this should be the case in any court of law). In the end I don’t think impeachment will accomplish much anyway because a certain amount of votes are needed for removal from office and with Trump’s Republican support I just don’t think it can happen. Trump doesn’t want to be investigated and neither does Biden in regards to Ukraine. If you are truly innocent then what is the problem? When is this whistleblower scheduled to testify? You can say whatever you want about Trump, but the one thing that is definite is that he has surely been “entertaining.” He has his own way of governing the Presidency and he has not been like other past Presidents. ¬†People can take that in a good way and in a bad way. He has his own supporters and they will ride with him off into the sunset no matter what happens. I am getting sick of reading about this each day. If indeed Trump can investigate the Bidens then he should be susceptible to investigation himself. I am NOT saying that he did, though. Let the proof come out so that we can get this over with. I think that is the ONLY way we can resolve this. Thank you for checking out my Daily Thought, and as always I wish you the very best that life has to offer.

Olivia Newton John, Brett Jolly and musical director Amy Skyy

Olivia Newton John and Brett Jolly