Pay no attention to the man behind the Oval Office drapes

Can someone please explain this to me?

If you commit a crime and your excuse is that an authority figure coerced you, then rather than reducing your culpability, it actually just makes that authority figure even more guilty than if they had just committed the crimes themselves, even if he’s the president.

This is so plainly obvious that I’m amazed it needs stating, but two-thirds of the senate fail to understand this, so apparently it does.

I never realized the presidential pardon can extend to the president issuing it. The constitution grants the head of the executive branch certain powers but I didn’t know they included wizard powers.

I guess it’s not all bad.


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