Impeachment Forever!

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A simple rule that every good man knows by heart. It’s smarter to be lucky than it’s lucky to be smart.

Pippin, War is a Science

 

 

News that I missed, courtesy of The Babylon Bee:

U.S.—A new poll released Wednesday revealed that the majority of the nation want impeachment hearings to continue as long as possible so that Congress will be too busy to meddle with our lives.

70% of the nation agreed that the House was doing a “fine job” on the impeachment hearings, saying that it’s great that Congress is doing something other than pass terrible laws for once. 5% responded to the survey by saying they would prefer Congress stop the hearings and do their jobs, while a strong 25% said they weren’t even aware impeachment hearings were going on. This latter group is the happiest of the bunch.

The impeachment inquiry has even sparked something of a revival, as people across the country are praying that impeachment hearings will go on indefinitely so that politicians in Washington will be too distracted by them to bother us very much.

“Lord, please let Adam Schiff and his people take as long as they need,” said one man in California during his nightly prayers. “May they call millions of witnesses, investigate every lead, and leave no stone unturned. May they speak slowly. May they investigate all the way through Trump’s second term and—dare I ask too much?—his third and fourth terms too.”

Go here to read the rest.  I suspect that Trump is planning to put Congressman Schiff (D.Cal,) on retainer for his tireless services to Trump’s re-election campaign.

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7 Comments

  1. Tucker has the truth. Listen to him. Forget all other “news” about Trump. Thankfully I have not spent a single second watching the impeachment fiasco. It’s masochistic.

  2. This country is in trouble. Tucker said the left is at “total war” with this country. He is correct. When will the too silent majority realize the truth in that statement and act accordingly. Why didn’t at least one Republican turn to the chair and say to him, “at long last, have you no shame?”. Take the moral high ground and destroy those who will destroy you. We are at war.

  3. A Brief History of Impeachment [from a 1964, PA high school American History textbook, i.e., ante Nixon/Watergate and Clinton]

    Early in 1804, the House of Representatives voted impeachment charges against (arrogant, unpopular) Supreme Court Justice Samuel Chase. The evidence proved Chase was guilty of bad manners, injudicious statements, and unrestrained partisanship, but not “high crimes and misdemeanors.” The Senate failed to convict. Since 1804, there has been no other partisan attempt to reduce or reshape the Supreme Court using impeachment power.

    May 1868, the House of Representatives/Radical Republicans voted Impeachment for Andrew Johnson. Johnson was guilty of bad judgment, bad speeches, bad temper and wantonly opposing a radical reconstruction agenda but not high crimes and misdemeanors. The Senate failed to convict Andrew Johnson.

    If a hostile two-thirds majority in Congress can remove the President, there is a breakdown of Constitutional separation of powers. If Congress can oust the Presidency, and the Supreme Court, they could establish a kind of legislative dictatorship.

    See The American Pageant, A History of the Republic by Thomas A. Bailey pages 186, 479-80.

  4. To “Father of Seven”: I couldn’t agree with you more, especially the quote from the McCarthy hearings.

  5. Presumptions are king for the lairs with no substance.

    I’m so glad this circus has taken a break.
    More to come of course.
    More cheap tricks.
    More bearded lady barking for the snake oil politicians who will keep claiming that they have finally put a stake through orange man’s heart.

    Oh, how I love the final scene.
    The dance of the sad clowns and tears of the snowflakes will remind us of that curtain call from November of 2016.
    The big top will pull up stakes for four more years….but the pretenders who play their part will have a new dog & pony show. New snake oil. Maybe even new bearded ladies…..but in the end, it’s just another cheap con job.
    In the end they will mop up and leave the stench of their haphazard efforts behind.
    An unpleasant reminder of the carnies who trash America and Capitalism while wearing the cape of the Democratic Party.

    Tucker did a fine job.
    Trump in 2020

  6. citizenship is good will for the common good. I find no good will for the common good in the Democratic Party. Illegal invaders are being deported. These malicious scoundrels who take our power and our money to satisfy their greed are not citizens with good will for the common good,”We, the people…”, they are usurpers, imposters and carpetbaggers especially that bag woman Pelosi, all baby killers. Babies first, us next. “It will save a lot of money” Pelosi.

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