“I don’t want to wait on history to judge Trump. Nor do I want ‘unity’ with the people who have allowed him to skate by his ever-expanding list of crimes.”
Tomorrow, Donald Trump will vacate his post as president of the United States. And in the wake of his departure, he leaves not only a national mess to be cleaned up by the incoming administration but also his own unresolved controversy—namely, the fallout from the insurrection attempt at the Capitol that he incited earlier this month. Trump has been impeached for a second time, and LEVEL columnist Michael Arceneaux doesn’t want to see his fellow politicians or the (in)justice system go easy on him.
In his latest piece, “Now Is the Perfect Time to Ruin Trump’s Life,” Arceneaux addresses why he doesn’t want to leave 45’s fate to karma. The disgraced president needs to be convicted of every crime of which he’s guilty—on every judiciary level—and barred from ever holding public office again.
Read his plea here: