This is Nunes’s Poker Face

I don't play poker, but if I did, I’d want to play against Devin Nunes. His face is in a perpetual state of panic. As far back as March of 2017, since becoming active in tRump’s transition team, he has morphed from a little known Congressman from Fresno, California, to the Judas of the House … Continue reading This is Nunes’s Poker Face

Impeachment, What Happens Next?

Adam Schiff on Twitter Evidence presented by the House Intelligence Committee, during these past two weeks of public hearings, leaves no doubt that Donald tRump is guilty of impeachable offenses. By comparison, Richard Nixon’s crimes were child’s play. Ken Starr, the Special Counsel who was so determined to impeach President Bill Clinton, that after a … Continue reading Impeachment, What Happens Next?

“Quid Pro Quo”— I Think So

“I don't know him well. He seems like a nice guy. I don't know him.” ~tRump Those were Dotard's words after Sondland’s testimony on Wednesday. I guess it wasn’t good for him. Between impeachment hearings all day, and the Democratic debates last night, following the news yesterday was exhausting. Don’t tell anyone, but I was … Continue reading “Quid Pro Quo”— I Think So

Week Two, Lineup for Public Impeachment Proceedings

The week of November 18, 2019, will prove to be another good week for truth and justice, and another bad week for Dotard tRump, who thinks he can distract us from the proceedings with a newly released doctor's note regarding his health. We already know he's tall and thin, so no need to read that. … Continue reading Week Two, Lineup for Public Impeachment Proceedings

Too Much News

There is an insane turnover rate of news stories connected to the demise of the criminal enterprise our government has become. Considering the Adderol abuser featured in these stories, it's no wonder. The first week of impeachment testimony did not disappoint. Not only were the witnesses compelling, but they were also credible. The GOP acted … Continue reading Too Much News

Impeachment Day One, What Did I Miss?

How rude. After anticipating Don the Con’s impeachment for months, 36 months to be exact, Congress began televised hearings on a day when I could not watch. My lunch break yesterday was an eye-opener. I made my way to a lounge where the tv that usually plays a horrible soap opera played impeachment hearings. I … Continue reading Impeachment Day One, What Did I Miss?