Why Was Trump Never Impeached for Murdering Civilians?

by | Sep 2, 2022


The corporate press, along with university professors, Democrats, intelligence agencies, Hollywood elites, blue check Twitter, Regime Libertarians, Regime Republicans, and k-12 school teachers often have no quarrels about saying Trump is evil. Usual reasons include: conspiring with Russia to steal the 2016 election, quid-pro-quoing Ukraine via phone, January 6th, and conspiring with Russia again in 2020 with Hunter Biden’s laptop.

Why focus on trivial (not to mention fake) nonsense when we have documented evidence that he took part in operations that murdered civilians?

Because the most evil things Trump did were also done by Obama, Bush Jr., Clinton, Bush Sr., and roughly every major empire politician since Ancient Sumer.

The challenge we face: Will we use our lives to play gotcha games and obsess over headlines which are irrelevant after two weeks, or will we call out the greatest evils in society regardless of the current perpetrator?

According to data gathered since the coalition’s inception in October 2014, the U.S.-dominated multinational force has been responsible for a minimum of 5,117 civilian deaths, with about 55 percent of them occurring during Trump’s administration.

– Tom O’Connor. Yahoo News, Trump Kills More Civilians Than Obama Fighting ISIS (Aug 22nd, 2017)


A new Airwars investigation into the ongoing US counterterrorism campaign in Yemen has identified at least 86 civilians likely killed by US actions during Donald Trump’s presidency – though the US military has admitted to no more than a dozen deaths.

– Airwars.org, Trump in Yemen (October 28th, 2020)


There will always be those who claim to have special rights over the rest of society, and the state is the most organized attempt to get away with it.

– Lew Rockwell, The Left, the Right, and the State


About Keith Knight

Keith Knight is Managing Editor at the Libertarian Institute, host of the Don't Tread on Anyone podcast and editor of The Voluntaryist Handbook: A Collection of Essays, Excerpts, and Quotes.

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