Impeach Bill Barr

Attorney General Bill Barr is IQ45’s new fixer. By continuing to holding that position, he retains unlimited power to obstruct justice on Deficit Don's behalf and has done so on several occasions. Obstruction of justice is a felony. Perjury is also a felony. Barr committed perjury before Congress on April 9th and 10th. He delayed … Continue reading Impeach Bill Barr

Congress is at Risk

This week has been typical for our lawless administration. Kellyanne Conway declined an invitation (cough) a subpoena from Congress, compelling her to testify before the House Oversite Committee regarding her many violations of the Hatch act, her misuse of public funds, and other crimes. Representative Elijah Cummings (D-Md.), the chairman of the panel, received an … Continue reading Congress is at Risk

Another Week in Trump Pergatory

Facts are truths that exist in reality. We gather facts by observation, experience, or research compiled from multiple sources. Facts are not a liberal hoax. Facts are non-partisan. Here is a fact: Bill Barr’s time ran out on Friday. He has defiantly taken the stance that he alone, on behalf of Trump, decides what is … Continue reading Another Week in Trump Pergatory

”No Person is Above the Law” ~Robert Mueller

”The Constitution requires a process other than the criminal justice system to formally accuse a sitting president of wrongdoing.” ~Robert Mueller Translated— Because DOJ rules do not allow Robert Mueller to indict Donald Trump, Congress must impeach him, remove him from office, and then they can indict him, and they must. Congress took an oath … Continue reading ”No Person is Above the Law” ~Robert Mueller

Stating the Obvious

Bone Spurs Trump wants to start a war with Iran; whether it's because he's a cornered psycho, or because Putin told him to, this isn't fun anymore. He wants you to believe they're itching for a fight. I don't think we can afford to wait for impeachment, and I don't think we should have to. … Continue reading Stating the Obvious

Barr’s in Contempt of Congress, and Trump’s an Idiot

In today's news, Donald Trump asserted executive privilege, in a strange attempt to circumvent Contempt of Congress charges against his Attorney General, Bill Barr. The House Judiciary Committee’s hearings and vote are being held today. That big news seems to have been overshadowed by the New York Times story that discloses a decade of Trump’s … Continue reading Barr’s in Contempt of Congress, and Trump’s an Idiot