Elections have consequences. A bad consequence of the 2018 mid-terms was that a group of demented Democrats began their ugly reign over the people’s House of Representatives. In an unprecedented abuse of the U.S. Constitution, while at the same time sanctimoniously calling on “The Founders” to justify themselves, Democrats sank into a quagmire of leftwing nuttiness.
Stuck in that quicksand and worried about her job, Nancy Pelosi tried to add some Hamburger Helper to the nothing-burger results of the wild-eyed Adam Schiff’s hearings. She (hilariously) wore black at the House vote where not a single Republican voted for the two weakest and insanely political articles of impeachment in our country’s history.
She even lost a couple of Democrat supporters. So much for her promise that the process would be serious and bipartisan.
When asked “What’s the rush?” Nancy lamely replied that they had to get this done. Our country’s future was at stake. So, a more deliberative and thoughtful process that should have taken months was compressed into about two weeks.
Naturally, the result was an odiferous product and a pathetic result.
Okay, Nancy, said Mitch McConnell, send those articles over so we can show the American people what a pathetic product you produced.
No, said, Nancy. I won’t show you mine until you show me yours.
Nancy is demanding the Senate give Democrats the upper hand in laying out the guidelines for the next phase of impeachment. We want more witnesses, whined her partner Democrat Senator Chuck Schumer.
After he stopped laughing, Senate Leader Mitch McConnel told Nancy, No, you had your turn. Send the articles to the senate and we’ll see how things shake out.
Which leads us to one good consequence of an election: The U.S. Senate has a majority 53 Republicans. Even if you peel off NeverTrumper Mitt Romney and that RINO from Maine Susan Collins, Republicans have the votes to decide on the process of the trial.
So, while Pelosi hopes she can log-roll the process and maybe even gin up other charges, it’s not going well. President Trump and the American economy just keep on getting stronger.
As Iran reels over the loss of their version of Che Guevara, terrorist Quassem Soleimani, and responds with a pathetic fireworks display, Democrats wring their hands and worry.
Show us the evidence that Soleimani was a threat, they bleat. Even the anti-Trump press isn’t buying that laughable gripe.
Now that the situation with Iran has been deescalated Nancy is back to whining about the Senate impeachment trial. No matter what she hems and haws over, she’s not getting her way. McConnell and the Republican leadership have revealed they have the votes to start the trial on THEIR terms, and Schumer & co. will just have to sit down and shut up while sending questions from the Peanut Gallery.
Nancy may yet be clinging to the articles of impeachment in the forlorn hope that something might turn up. She’s desperately trying to get ahold of John Bolton to see if he’ll say what she wants him to.
Despite her faux sanctimonious routine, everyone knows that this whole charade and hoax that began with the bogus Russia collusion farce is just the Democrats’ way of trying to overturn the 2016 election.
But, again, elections have consequences, Madame Speaker. We get it. Your goal is to undermine President Trump’s chances for the 2020 election. The best advice you could follow is simple: When you’re in a hole, it’s best to stop digging.
But Democrats are insane. They keep doing the same thing hoping for a different result. In the words of Dr. Phil, how’s that working out for you, Democrats?