Pelosi’s Democrats Unite and Catalyze the GOP

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USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Nothing has done more to unite Republicans — from GOP congressmen in Washington, D.C., to malodorous Walmart patrons in rural America — than the Democrats' quixotic, vendetta-fueled crusade against President Donald Trump.

Trump's election was a seismic blow to the left, which has paralyzed it with hatred and reduced it to a gigantic mob of bloated self-importance and radical opposition.

Have you ever heard congressional Democrats pay such homage to the Constitution? A Martian visitor to the House Democratic impeachment speeches might conclude that he happened upon a cult of constitutional originalists — that earthling James Madison's ghost had possessed every last one of them.

If I hear the words “threat to our democracy” one more time, I might just have to surrender out of sheer listener fatigue. You have to admire their energy.

But even if their phony case against Trump on Ukraine weren't so specious, an objective observer would be skeptical of their good faith, given their nonstop, three-year impeachment quest over things too trivial to be admitted out loud, and their ever-changing charges against Trump.

Despite all their professions of love for “our democracy,” they are fair-weather supporters of our system and of the people's will, flouting the system whenever it serves their ends. They are authoritarian bullies who believe people with different views shouldn't even be entitled to speak in certain quarters, and certainly shouldn't be allowed to elect a president who will implement those views.

They must believe that when they feign undying allegiance to constitutional principles with which they've never flirted, much less asked to the prom, we will believe they mean it — as opposed to recognize they're implementing an Orwellian strategy to disenfranchise us while pretending to safeguard our system. They must think that if they keep hectoring us about how despicable Trump is, we'll finally be swayed to their position, even though their contempt for Trump reveals their similar disdain for his 63 million supporters.

Indeed, their arrogance and authoritarianism, and their contempt for flyover country and conservative America, were major factors in Trump's election. These are among the principle drivers of their endless refusal to accept the 2016 election results. And we still see right through them.

The Democratic impeachment cabal has been hyperventilating over a supposed constitutional crisis, but can you imagine what might happen if Democrats were to have control of both chambers of Congress with a Republican president? They might oust him before he has taken one presidential act. Their rationale could be that rational people couldn't possibly have elected such an unpresidential maniac; therefore, the election must be presumed invalid. If you think about it, that's really been their rationale for impeaching him all along, and it explains why they have never been too particular about any of their bogus bill of particulars against him.

It Is Urgent We Impeach Trump

Yes, everything is urgent to them when it comes to Trump. He is so bad — such a threat to the republic — that it is imperative they remove him yesterday, so critical that they have virtually ignored their proper legislative duties for two years. And yet House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is now saying she won't submit the articles of impeachment to the Senate? These Democrats always assume that our memories expire in 24 hours.

Once again, their lies are too obvious to pass the laugh test. At the very time Pelosi and her merry band of pseudo-guardians of the Constitution were yelling about urgency, they were planning their disgraceful stunt to withhold the articles from the Senate, which confirms there was never any urgency with the impeachment.

  • The urgency was to further smear Trump and taint his legacy.
  • The urgency was to distract the public's attention from the damning revelations of the inspector general's report.
  • The urgency is the poor health of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

They pretend they are bargaining for fairness in the Senate, but they have no authority over the conduct of the Senate trial. And where were their concerns for fairness during their lawless show trial in the House?

Everyone understands this isn't about fairness in the Senate. It's about more unfairness from the House, where Democrats seek to preserve their official impeachment libel by denying Trump his right to vindication in the Senate. Only their side is entitled to due process, fairness and common decency. It wasn't enough that they ran roughshod over procedural norms in the House; they believe they can extend their long arm of wickedness into the Senate. But like all of their other ploys, this, too, will fall flat on its face.

We can only hope that Pelosi's charlatans persist and double down on their malfeasance, as their impeachment charade has exposed them as the political cutthroats they are, and severely damaged their credibility and, more importantly, their electability. I can't remember a time when Republicans have been so united and energized. At this rate, the Democrats will not only lose the presidency again but also lose both houses of Congress.


David Limbaugh
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Intrceptor
Intrceptor
7 months ago

I thought Obama promised to close Gitmo as his first act as president. Maybe he lied…

Ansel Hazen
Ansel Hazen
7 months ago
Reply to  Intrceptor

Rush Limbaugh was calling for doors to be kicked in at 6 am on today’s show.

freedom isnt cheap
freedom isnt cheap
7 months ago

impeach the DNC!and hang in public,peeonlosi ,shittfhead and smuck,

Bill
Bill
7 months ago

Malodorous? That is a bit snide, dude.

WhiteRose
WhiteRose
7 months ago

Good day brothers all…I do not concur with your assumptions, your accusations, nor your conclusions. I am an independent, not a dem nor a repub and I as you have an intimate love relation with our Constitution. Our Constitution defines the duties and venues of responsibilities, & a separation of powers with the overarching intention that WE retain the ultimate sanction of authority of our government and should this devision be usurped it is our Bill of Rights and the Grand Second Amendment that affords US the right to redress such usurption of power. It is asserted that the President… Read more »

ahhiyawa
ahhiyawa
7 months ago
Reply to  WhiteRose

I do not concur with your assumption that the House “performed its charge within its Constitutional proscription.” The House does not PROSCRIBE anything, The lower house’s role is analogous to the investigative actions of a grand jury. That body examines and determines whether allegations of wrong doing merit or not a charge(s) of impeachment of a public official. If grounds for impeachment are found such will be set forth in SPECIFIC ALLEGATIONS of misconduct or crimes in one or more ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT. Impeachments are forwarded to the upper house (Senate) for trial, where exoneration or conviction of the charges… Read more »

Bunk
7 months ago
Reply to  WhiteRose

Excuse me,what crime are we incinuating, this is not cnn

ahhiyawa
ahhiyawa
7 months ago
Reply to  Bunk

The fact of the matter is there are no legitimate, constitutionally grounded Specific Allegations of misconduct or crimes in the two House Articles of Impeachment. The President was not afforded due process and the Republicans were sanctioned at every opportunity from executing their investigative authority, denied presenting witnesses in the committee proceedings, which were mostly held in secret and run by rules that disadvantaged the Republicans. The abuse of power allegations will be mercilessly ripped to shreds when the Senate allows the scores of witnesses to give testimony they were denied in the House. And the so called obstruction of… Read more »

Ansel Hazen
Ansel Hazen
7 months ago
Reply to  ahhiyawa

The fact of the matter is the President did what I effing a well would have wanted him to do in such a circumstance.The American people deserve to know that their tax money is being used properly and not hijacked by a bunch of criminals.

Dems have impeached the President for protecting American interests and every damn one of the 230 members of congress who voted yes should be tried for treason and hung on the White House lawn.

ahhiyawa
ahhiyawa
7 months ago
Reply to  Ansel Hazen

Since Articles of Impeachment have not been forwarded to the Senate for adjudication, its debatable whether Trump has actually been impeached. The argument goes that without the Senate trying and convicting the President, Articles of Impeachment are ipso facto not an Impeachment, they are merely allegations until acted upon by the Senate. Its also argued that Pelosi does not have the authority to hinder a ministerial action the House has approved when that body voted on the Articles. She is in effect countermanding the expressed will of the House of Representatives, a blatant unconstitutional act. The Democrat leadership in the… Read more »

Ansel Hazen
Ansel Hazen
7 months ago
Reply to  ahhiyawa

I can agree with all that. I will still need to see doors kicked in and trials that put these criminals in cells where they spend the rest of their time on this earth contemplating their stupidity.

MICHAEL J
MICHAEL J
7 months ago

After President Trump wins his second term the democrats will have more flexibility to try an impeachment again.

Bunk
7 months ago

I have been following the shit show and abuse of power by the dems since day 1,
IS THERE ANY ACCOUNTABILITY? OTHER THAN ELECTION DAY FOR CAREER RHINOS AND THE SQUAD,ALSO,PELOSI IS WAITING TO FLIP THE SENATE TO TURN IN IMPEACHMENT, IS THERE A STATUE OF LIMITATIONS FOR THIS
EXCUSE ME FOR VENTING.JUST FED UP!

Bluemax
Bluemax
7 months ago
Reply to  Bunk

The “ACLJ” American Council for Law and Justice. The Presidents legal team states, nothing in the Constitution says the vote on Impeachment needs to be sent over for a Vote. It can be voted on as soon as the House brings it up. A misreading or blurring of the Constitution by the Democrats! A clear sign of their dictatorship.

JFCrosby
JFCrosby
7 months ago

The Democrats have become a deplorable, pathetic lot. Whatever trust and confidence there may have been, it is now long gone. Freedom-loving Americans cannot ever vote for one of them again.

RoyD
RoyD
7 months ago

Why beat around the bush? Democrats are Communists.

Mark 2nd
Mark 2nd
7 months ago
Reply to  RoyD

Exactly what I’ve also said Roy. They are communists with a “liberal” dose of fascism thrown in.