When Trump’s enablers are prosecuted Alec Baldwin can give this speech

“Generations to come will remember this decade. If we cannot eliminate the cause and prevent the repetition of these barbaric events this century may yet succeed in bringing the doom of civilization.

The time has come for final judgment and if the case I present seems hard and uncompromising then it is only because the evidence makes it so. A glance at the dock will show that despite quarrels among themselves each defendant played a part that fitted in with every other and all advanced a common plan.

It was these men among millions of others, and it was these men leading millions of others, who built up Donald Trump. They intoxicated him. He, of the psychopathic personality, with power and adulation. They fed his hates, aroused his fears. They put a loaded gun in his eager hands.

It was left to Trump to pull the trigger. When he did, they all at that time, applauded. Trump’s guilt stands admitted by some defendants reluctantly by some, vindictively. But Trump’s guilt is the guilt of the whole dock and of every man in it. These defendants now ask this tribunal to say they are not guilty of planning, executing, or conspiring to commit this long list of crimes and wrongs.

They stand before the record of this Tribunal as bloodstained Gloucester stood by the body of his slain king. He begged the widow, as they beg of you: “Say I slew them not.” And the Queen replied, “Then say they are not slain. “But dead they are.” If you were to say of these men that they are not guilty it would be as true to say that there has been no war. There are not slain. There has been no crime.”


From the miniseries Nuremberg, 2000. Watch the video & replace the name of one psychopathic personality with another.

I have the technical skills to replace the audio from this scene of Baldwin saying Hitler with him saying Trump, but I won’t. I figure he can do it himself if he wants to. I read he is tired of playing Trump on TV and I think he would enjoy doing it.

Here is the actual text of Robert John’s Closing Argument for Conviction

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