Tuesday’s the day. The debate over amendments for tRump’s impeachment trial will conclude and the Senate’s resolution will be adopted. Two days ago, Moscow Mitch and the rest of the 49 members of the U.S. Senate signed an oath, swearing to be impartial jurors in the upcoming impeachment trial of Donny-two-scoops-tRump, pretender to the throne. … Continue reading Is Lev Parnas the Game Changer?
On September 24, 2019, the House of Representatives elected to move forward with impeachment hearings despite tRump's obstructive acts of withholding documents and ordering witnesses to ignore subpoenas to testify before Congress. There was still enough evidence to impeach him, which the House did. On December 18, 2019, tRump became the third U.S. president in … Continue reading Dismissing Impeachment is a Coverup
Schumer is in the house the game. If impeachment were a track meet, Pelosi would be doing her final lap, and Senator Chuck Schumer would be jogging in place, in position, ready to take the baton— when she passes it to him. Do Democrats have a plan? Schumer is set to meet with Darth McConnell … Continue reading Do Democrats Have a Plan?
The final House vote to impeach White House squatter 45, is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, December 18, 2019. Happy Christmas, I hope. In desperation, caused by imminent impeachment, the stable genius has been rendered less so. So unstable has the remedial genius-in-chief become, that he has resorted to firing off over 100 tweets … Continue reading Trump Brings Christmas Back, with Impeachment
"When you strike at a king, you must kill him.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emmerson Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi’s loyalty was questioned when she refused to advocate impeachment after the release of the Mueller report. She waited until she had the numbers to support the charge. September 24, 2019, Pelosi finally announced a formal … Continue reading Trump’s Fall
Divulged this week— A US spy who had cultivated a ten-year relationship with Putin was extracted from Russia soon after Traitor-45 divulged confidential information, to Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and then-Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, during a meeting in the Oval Office. The spy was removed because the Orange Menace couldn't be trusted. That news, … Continue reading Treasonous Traitors and Organized Crime