This morning we learned the shocking news of the untimely death at age 68, of Congressman Elija Cummings. Representative Elijah Cummings, was a Democrat from Baltimore, a civil rights advocate who became one of the White House squatter's fiercest opponents in Congress and was frequently on the receiving end of his racially undertoned barbs. It … Continue reading People in Politics Today
Attorney General Bill Barr seemed to have gone missing last week. It turns out he was busy in New York. The previous time Individual 1’s personal Attorney General spent time in New York, sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was suicided. This time Barr made two stops. He visited the home of media mogul Rupert Murdoch, who … Continue reading Scrambling for Cover— Up
It is a fact that White House officials, DOJ lawyers, and other employees in POTUS 45’s regime have regularly conspired to hide his habit of abusing his purloined position of power. This conspiracy will ultimately be what takes him down, and they, along with him. At the heart of 45’s impeachment inquiry is a phone … Continue reading Barr, Giuliani, and Pompeo, Protecting Trump
Gaslighting is a common tactic in which a person or entity, to gain more power, makes a victim question their reality. It works. Who gaslights? Abusers, dictators, narcissists, cult leaders, the current US Republican Party— and their supreme leader DT. Become enraged and call for Nancy Pelosi to be removed as Speaker of the House; … Continue reading Impeach Me
During the past few days, Donald Trump and his administration have made some alarming moves. I’m not talking about Trump's (middle school) work with Guiliani to spread videos of Speaker Nancy Pelosi, that have obviously been doctored, substantially slowed down or spliced, to make her appear drunk or dim-witted. (Both Facebook and Twitter refused to … Continue reading Trump and that low Barr
Today I want you to give you good news because there was good news this week We have received a sign that Special Counsel Mueller is not unaware Fred Flintstone has rolled over his work, and he’s not going to allow said Attorney General to continue to protect the obstructor in chief, by sitting on … Continue reading Who Called Flynn?