Today, it's time for a fourth.
Of letters 33 through 47, Senator Toomey has responded to 5:
So here are the questions between 33 and 47 that Senator Toomey has yet to answer:
- 34th letter - In this letter I ask Toomey if his position that the investigation into possible Russian collusion in the 2016 election were "overblown" has changed, given the then-recent charges filed against Paul Manafort and the guilty plea of George Papadapolous.
- 35th letter - This letter was sent almost exactly a year after election day, 2016. I ask Toomey if he still would have voted for Donald Trump had he known the scandals which followed Trump's election. I ask him if he still would have voted for Trump, to explain why.
- 37th letter - This is the Thanksgiving letter where I point out the things I'm thankful for (a healthy respect for the rule of law, equal protection under the law, etc) and I ask Toomey what he's thankful for.
- 41st letter - In this letter I ask Toomey what he'd do if Trump were to fire special prosecutor Robert Mueller.
- 42nd letter - In this letter I ask Toomey if he still supports the presidency of Donald Trump given Trump's many many misstatements and other distortions of the truth.
- 43rd letter - In this letter I ask Toomey (in essence) if he agreed with Donald Trump's assault on the First Amendment, given Trump's attempts to stop the publication of the book "Fire and Fury".
- 44th letter - In this letter I ask Toomey if he thought it acceptable behavior for Trump to "casually go about his day" while millions of Hawaiians thought they only had a few hours to live.
- 45th letter - This letter's about the pornstar. I ask Toomey how, given his solid standing among the nation's social conservatives, would he still have voted for Trump had he known that Trump had unprotected sex with a woman who wasn't his wife (and then had her paid off to secure her secrecy).
- 46th letter - This letter is follow up, of sorts, to the 41st letter. I ask Toomey, since we already know that Trump did attempt to fire Robert Mueller, if would support legislation to protect the Special Prosecutor.
- 47th letter - In this letter I ask Toomey, given how Trump has defined "not applauding during a State of the Union Address" as both Un-American and treasonous, if he, Toomey, still supports the presidency of Donald Trump.