You might ask.... Ok, so I know that nobody asked.... But why is the case against Trump immoral?
#1 Freedom from harm.
The first pillar of morality is about using common strength to stand up against tyranny. Like standing up to a school yard bully. But Trump hadn't hurt anyone, at least not where people are suppose grown up. Trump had hurt feelings, but this was politics. He was tweeting, calling people out. He wasn't arresting people, or having their homes raided by the FBI. He wasn't abusing his authority to gain advantage. Sure, he was accused of using dog-whistles, but that is just stupid talk. People hear what they want to hear. Accusing the president of behavior because certain people like him is unfair.
Which brings us to moral,
#2 fairness and equality
The Russian dossier was lazy opposition research from Democrat company that was presented to the FBI as fact. I don't think a single point on that dossier turned out to be right but they still use it as talking points. The trust and benefit of doubt that would have been given to any other president wasn't extended to Trump. Obama had Mueller and Comy behind him all the time like guard dogs. Trump didn't have the FBI, CIA, or for part of the time even the DOJ. It was so freaking unfair it's embarrassing.
Trump spent a lot of his time protecting the police, and the military. He protected traditional authority, such as family, church, higher-power-traditions, history, and police. The left did everything in their power to destroy Authority. They attacked police, city entities, his privileges as the president, even tried to take his immunity.
This is huge but I will focus on the attacks against the sacred office is the president. I didn't like Obama but he was my president. I think he was worst president (only because Trump says so, President Grant was worse) but I never bad mouthed him. I never hoped him ill. Instead of saying that Michelle was the first transgender first lady, I told my daughter to research it herself. I'm not saying that all constructives respected Obama, but I personally think the disrespect to the sacred office is the president was over the top.
This is hard to talk about because every liberal I talk to claims that they are honorable and Republicans are dishonorable. People talk about how Trump lied. But when I researched Trump's lies, they seemed more like stylistic bragging. There are supposedly 20,000 lies and I only researched the first 20 on the list. But most of the lies are rendered null and void because they are usually accompanied with words like, "I might be, if I remember right, the whole world loves me and my products, my kids are the best kids, my wife is the most beautiful, I'm a stable-genius (that one was true.)
But Adam Schiff lied, lied, lied, lied and nobody seemed to care. People accused Trump without evidence and promised to find the evidence later. That is totally dishonorable. Trump's lies are nothing compared to the lies against him. Dems have no high ground when it comes to lying. Their lies were malicious, intentional, and persistent. So maybe he was only most published "living person" on the cover of Time.
For all the so called lies Trump told, his supporters and millions of people around the world considered him the most honest of the leaders. Arrogant, ADHD, narcissistic, orange spray tan, ODD, have nothing to do with honor. He kept his word. And we love him for it.
Thanks for letting me share.