Yes, forbid there ever be a coup or revolution when the power is already corrupt. Never mind that in Turkey, this is essentially an institutionalized check and balance. Hope it turns out that way this time, too. But that's their mechanism. Seems to work at least as well as any other country's...
Facebook sucks. It doesn't make the vague assertion that you want to re-word for Geller any more correct. It doesn't matter where one's politics reside (except for the stance on what constitutes government-protected speech), FB shuts articles and accounts down, and almost arbitrarily, sometime outright unfairly silencing one party and not another who posted the same "objectionable" content. This doesn't make it the government's problem.
What is really most entertaining for me, though, is the phenomenon of people "re-stating" the position of some thought-leader in attempt to make it less idiotic. In this case it's an absolute hoot because it was originally filed in legalese. I heartily suggest anyone in this position find a new icon, when said icon iz doin it rong.
Trump is completely corrupt. Just because he hasn't held political office before, this does not somehow negate his practices and behavior.
But for the sake of argument, let's pretend he isn't and has never been influenced, and that he hasn't bought influence. How radically awful does one need to be that your definition of corruption ceases to play the primary and by far most important criterion? Does it matter so much where bad behavior, ideas, and policy originate and come into play?
The example could have said he wasn't wearing shoes or something, but that doesn't make it sound dangerous enough. It's more like the guy with the safety deposit box asked a friend who happens to be financial advisor that the bank decided they don't like, and they told him he couldn't access the box for no good reason.