If Trump was spied on, GOOD.

There are times in human history when the book has to be thrown out and all the stops must be pulled. Trump’s campaign was one of them.

I don’t subscribe to the ludicrous conspiracy theory that Trump and his campaign were spied on. But if they happened to be, good. Trump was(and still is) way too dangerous of a candidate to have done things by the book. I don’t care if laws were broken, norms were broken or ethics were shattered. Trump is a different animal. Any means necessary were required to stop him at all costs. He was and still is that big of a threat to life as we know it.

I only wish more was done to stop him. I wish more was being done right now to stop his path of utter destruction he has done to this country, this economy, to foreign relations, to our image and upstanding in the world, to minorities, to women, to LGBT individuals, and more. The Trump administration has been nothing but a wrecking ball and has driven this country into the ground and then some. So if laws need to be broken, if rules need to be thrown out, if civility needs to be disobeyed, then please, do whatever it takes to get rid of Trump. In an ideal world, we would wait for Mueller to complete his investigation and hand out the inevitable indictments like Halloween Candy. But we can not wait any longer. Every day Trump remains in office is a day the economy continues to be broken into shambles. Every day Trump remains in office is a day minorities continue to be persecuted. Every day Trump remains in office is a day we continue to look like utter fools to the rest of the world.

Whatever it takes. Do it. Do it now.

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Public Radio Seattle Announces 2018-2019 Programming Schedule

By Frank Matthews-Lester

Public Radio Seattle continues to grow thanks to you. To celebrate our new programming schedule set to debut on May 29, we have also launched this blog as the digital home of Public Radio Seattle. This blog will feature articles, analysis, opinions, editorials and more from your favorite Public Radio Seattle hosts.

Monday – Friday

5a – 8a: Cafe Progress with Seth Travis Schweizenitz and Lethuel Kirkegard

8a – 10a: Mind Over Chatter with Seanathan Abernathy

10a – 12p: Atheism Unleashed with Grover R. Knoten

12p – 2p: I’m With Xir with Amalonda Fillimare

2p – 4p: LGBTQIA+ Radio with Travis Lester Sadczek

4p – 6p: The Professors Are In with Waldo Graham Schwake-Eulenberg and Roaro Kleibenschnott

6p – 8p: Leftward Ho! With Connor Jonathan Kitchens

8p – 10p: Sledgehammering the Right with Lonald Weiler-Sledge

10p – 12a: L4: Left, Liberal, Lesbian & Loud with Agnes C. Branscombe

12a – 5a: Midnight Blue with Yudelak Alondie, Jonathan Elwood-Sethson and Jake R. Weintraub

Weekends

6a-10a: Cafe Progress Weekend with Blake Geoffrey Potsworth and Hiroshi Wessels

10a-1p: Cotswold McNamee Is Fed Up

1p-4p: The Rennis Rinke Experience

4p-8p: She-Man Right Wing Hater’s Club with Jesse Wamsutter

8p-12a: Radio Trans Mission with Sojourner Chloe Xiu

12a-5a: Midnight Blue Weekend with Isaac Engleberg and Walter Usiak