If there’s anything we can predict with a relative amount of certainty these days, it’s that when President Donald Trump is feeling guilty about something, he will immediately tweet a message directed at the individual or entity that has drawn that guilt out, and will attempt to drag them through the mud while accusing them of doing the same thing.
Well, right on cue, it appears he is less than thrilled with federal investigators involved in the Trump-Russia probe. And naturally, he has elected to tweet at them, using a quote from one of his biggest supporters: Rush Limbaugh.
“These guys, the investigators, ought to be in jail. What they have done, working with the Obama intelligence agencies, is simply unprecedented. This is one of the greatest political hoaxes ever perpetrated on the people of this Country, and Mueller is a coverup.”
However, the real question we should be asking ourselves on the heels of this tweet is…what does it mean?
Well, considering jail time is the central focus, I suppose we should examine that. If there is in fact a form of guilt behind it, is it fair to assume he is suggesting that he, or perhaps someone within his inner circle of family and close friends, is potentially facing jail time? Quite frankly, that would make the most sense, but who really knows what goes on in that brain of his.
But knowing Donald Trump and how he has severed all ties with his close friends Paul Manafort and Roger Stone based on recent happenings, something tells me this guilt strikes a little bit deeper and hits a little closer to home. Don’t be surprised if either Donald Trump Jr. or Jared Kushner are up next.