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I heard a boxing promoter once talk about how sometimes you have a fight that needs a stadium and sometimes you have a stadium that needs a fight.

People sometimes go out looking for something and then try to find a reason why they are looking for it later. It is the reason why you have some people that get yelled at for no reason or people that are looking for an excuse to get someone in trouble.

That is what seems to be happening with President Trump now. Trump, while having done nothing wrong, is being treated absolutely horribly and they are looking at every single thing he does. Personally, I am waiting for the day when he is charged with putting metal in the plastic recycling container on trash day. Oh, don’t laugh. You know they’d do it if they could.

In yet another instance of the Democrats using the swamp to attack Donald Trump, the Pentagon has launched an investigation into the former president’s decision to move the Space Command from Colorado Springs to Huntsville, Alabama.

The decision, made in the final week of his first term, received bipartisan outrage in Colorado, a state that has been steadily moving further left over the past few elections.

Republican Representative Doug Lamborn, of Colorado Springs, referred to Trump’s decision as a “fundamentally flawed process that focused on bean-counting.”

Defense One notes that “Colorado Springs is also the headquarters of U.S. Northern Command and North American Aerospace Defense Command, or NORAD, charged with warning of incoming aircraft, missiles, or space vehicles, which uses satellites to detect incoming intercontinental ballistic missiles. Huntsville is the home of the U.S. Missile Defense Agency. It is also less than one hundred miles from the district of Rep. Mike Rogers, R-AL., one of the key proponents of the U.S. Space Force and the incoming ranking minority member of the House Armed Services Committee.”

Of course, the left thinks that this decision was somehow criminal, rather than simply a business decision that likely involved multiple factors.

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