A Lynching is Severe Punishment Without Due Legal Process It’s Used in Common Parlance to Relate Rank Injustice


To say that someone got lynched is common parlance for a gross injustice, like “getting railroaded,” terms used for a situation such as president Trump’s, a star chamber investigation of him deep in the bowels of the House, in secret, getting lynched by Nervous Nancy who though won’t actually follow-through on her threat, just a diversion to damage president Trump’s agenda. Jerry Nadler said there was a lynch mob going after Bill Clinton when he was being impeached, so what’s the difference?