Representative Adam Schiff's closing argument at the end of Trump's first impeachment trial was awe-inspiring. Unfortunately wasn't enough to break the partisan gridlock that has crippled our government for a decade. Donald Trump should have been removed from office a year ago. So many lives have been lost because of the cowards in the Senate … Continue reading Can We Do Impartial Justice and Convict Him—This Time?
Overlook flex cuffs, bombs, and gallows The cornered leaders plea It's time for unity and healing There’s nothing here to see https://twitter.com/donwinslow/status/1348293638648782851?s=21 A map of tunnels in the basement, Directions from the vice, Meanwhile, the mob is plotting To return “next time not so nice” https://twitter.com/jcrongeyer/status/1348271530346733571?s=21 Erik Prince’s blackwater army Push past the maga pawn … Continue reading Consequences First, Then Unity
Can we get it right this time, GOP? The House of Representatives is moving forward with the preliminary steps required to impeach Donald J Trump. They have quite a selection of crimes to choose from, but his orchestration of the attempted coup on January 6th is what will end his presidency. Several sources say Monday … Continue reading Trump Impeachment, Take II
“Russian Hackers Broke Into Federal Agencies, U.S. Officials Suspect In one of the most sophisticated and perhaps largest hacks in more than five years, email systems were breached at the Treasury and Commerce Departments. Other breaches are under investigation.” That quote is from last night’s *BREAKING* New York Times story regarding another Russian cyberattack carried … Continue reading What Fresh Hell, Today’s News
Trump is setting a precedent. Everything illegal act he carries out without consequences is will serve as an argument for every future president that they are within their rights to break the law. We may as well formally change policies and patois. I, who have no established function to do so, proclaim the “lame duck … Continue reading T(rump) Minus Forty-Three
On Tuesday, December 1, Attorney General extraordinaire, Bill Barr announced that the Justice Department found no evidence of widespread voter fraud nor did they find anything that would change the outcome of Trump’s election loss. Considering the mountains Barr has moved to protect the squatter in chief, this announcement is enough to raise an eyebrow, … Continue reading What’s Up With Bill Barr?