This morning I posted a crossword puzzle for Senator Rand Paul, who can't seem to focus on the impeachment proceedings. He was in violation of a rule set by the majority leader: no unrelated documents are allowed in the chamber. This puzzle is related to impeachment. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/01/22/sos-please-help-me-worlds-greatest-deliberative-body-falls-pettifoggery/ I've since been told how I could have … Continue reading Crossword Puzzle Answers for Rand Paul
Word has it someone has behaved like a petulant child forced to go to church and sit through a long sermon they don't understand. This, someone, broke Senate impeachment trial rules, rules created by the Senate Majority Leader, and agreed to by the Senate majority, which includes the someone of whom I speak. To sneak … Continue reading My Gift to Rand Paul
Last night, Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell's impeachment rules were debated late into the night. House members presented compelling arguments that Trump had abused the powers of his office, and then obstructed, and continues to obstruct, congressional investigations into his crimes. New poll results happened to be released earlier in the day, and they made … Continue reading Unified Republicans Keep Party Above Domocracy
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?
Remember the phone call that ignited the impeachment process? Specifically, do you remember the part when tRump spoke to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky, about former Ukraine Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch? In that call, with several people listening in, he said she’s “bad news.” “She’s going to go through some things,” We heard about that on November … Continue reading Trump’s Ukraine Problem Just Got Bigger
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