This post was written by a Pennsylvania educator who retired to South Carolina. He and his wife are now working to improve education in rural schools.

He writes that he has tried mightily to avoid politics, but when he saw Trump’s speech to police officers in New York, he lost it.

He was rattled by the thought that the man who was president of the United States was encouraging police officers to treat suspects roughly. He knows that Trump was romanticizing police brutality.

He has a dream:

This is now my most fervent dream. When the president is removed from office for obstruction of justice, or impeachment, or some other legal way, I hope that the police, the secret service or the federal marshals, do not put their hands on his head when he is shoved into the back of a police car.