The House of Representatives will vote to impeach president Trump… again… today.
This is something that the Founders would have opposed. They wanted the tool of impeachment to be used sparingly. But Democrats never do anything sparingly. They will impeach Trump after he is dead because they are governed by extreme emotion and not reason.
So now tens of millions of Americans are saying, “Big deal, impeachment again… Ho-hum…” It loses its power and its authority when it is used frivolously.
If Democrats had not been so anxious to impeach president Trump the first time over the absurd Ukraine phone call hoax, then we might take them more seriously this time. But alas, it is just another impeachment from the crazy Democrats. Ho-hum…
This ‘snap impeachment’ with no evidence presented formally, as required under House rules, is a major danger for future presidents. House members of one party could simply decide to impeach a president of the other party on a whim.
This is extremely troubling but this is how Democrats change the rules in the middle of the game, as they did with the rules of the election.
Biden’s Racist Pledge
Joe Biden has not even been sworn in as president and he already is making blatantly racist statements. He said recently that he will prioritize help for small businesses hurt by the China virus pandemic based on the racial makeup and sex of their owners:
“Our focus will be on small businesses on Main Street that aren’t wealthy and well connected, that are facing real economic hardships through no fault of their own. Our priority will be Black, Latino, Asian, and Native American owned small businesses, women-owned businesses, and finally having equal access to resources needed to reopen and rebuild.”
So notice that he left out white men, who are probably the owners of the small businesses (1 to 500 employees) that employ 97% of Americans who work for small businesses. But Biden does not think that white men are worthy of his time. What a bigot.
More on ‘antifa’ at Capitol Protest
Journalist Michael Yon was at the US Capitol on January 6 and he claims that provocateurs at the protest were clearly from left-wing ‘antifa’. He said:
What we’ve seen so far and being physically present, antifa clearly led the attack. That was utterly obvious. For instance outside during part of the attack, when there was much gas fired and rubber bullets, I’m not sure about that. They were throwing flash bangs, that’s clear we were right there. There was a lady on the mega phone saying ‘send up the mask, send up the mask’. She said it over and over… ”
Nikitas3.com has been saying for days that ‘antifa’ was there inciting the protest. More and more evidence is coming out that that it true.
Why are Republicans anti-Trump?
There are many so-called Republicans who have become vocal anti-Trumpers. But why? Here are some of the stories behind them:
*Former president George W. Bush: Bush is a RINO Republican. He is really a liberal Republican, a globalist and a warmonger. We had three major tragedies under his failed presidency – the 9/11 attacks; the Iran and Afghanistan wars; and the economic collapse of 2008.
Thus Bush is angry that Trump has had a successful presidency and so he must attack Trump. Bush is also enraged that Trump knocked his dopey brother Jeb Bush out of the 2016 primaries, ending the idea of a Bush dynasty, which really ended with the failed Bush presidency.
*Jeb Bush: Jeb is the former governor of Florida whom Trump ran out of the 2016 primaries by calling him “low energy”. This was never demonstrated more than the time that Jeb made an announcement about one of his proposed policies and, after nobody clapped, he said, “Please clap…” Wow. What a loser.
When Trump left him in the dust, Jeb certainly became anti-Trump.
*Congresswoman Liz Cheney of Wyoming: She is supporting the impeachment of president Trump. She is the daughter of former vice president Dick Cheney who served from 2001 to 2009 under president George W. Bush.
Liz Cheney obviously hates Trump because he has had a successful presidency, while her father and Bush had a failed presidency. Dick Cheney is a globalist and warmonger who loved the wars that Bush got us into.
Dick Cheney and his wealthy friends have certainly suffered financially since president Trump restrained himself from getting into wars. So Liz Cheney is angry.
Some Republicans are calling on Liz Cheney to resign from Congress for voting to impeach the president. She should. She is a big nobody like her father. She probably supports Biden, who may get us into a war in Syria as one of his first decisions. Don’t be surprised.
*Colin Powell: Powell is the allegedly ‘serious’ and ‘deliberative’ former secretary of state under George W. Bush from 2001 to 2005. Thus Powell is directly responsible for the disastrous Iraq and Afghanistan wars. To divert us and the Fake News media from those disasters, Powell is speaking out against president Trump, who is truly a peacemaker.
*Mitt Romney: Romney is the US senator from Utah. He is a weirdo mormon. He has claimed residency in three states – Michigan, Massachusetts and Utah. He hates Trump. Romney ran for president twice and failed both times. So he is jealous of president Trump.
Romney also has a loser mentality since his father ran for president in 1968 and was run out of the race after saying that the US military had given him a “brainwashing” about the Vietnam War. So Mitt has spent his life trying to avenge the humiliation of his father.
Mitt (his real first name is Willard) also is seeking to endear himself to the media by criticizing Trump. But he is only angering Trump backers. Mitt has quickly forgotten how the same media savaged him when he ran for president in 2012 and lost. Mitt is a first-class loser.
*John McCain: The late senator McCain was revered by the media for turning on Trump. McCain hated Trump for many reasons including that McCain ran for president twice and lost both times and so he is jealous of Trump.
McCain then sucked up to the media by slamming Trump. McCain forgot that the media slammed him relentlessly both times that he ran for president.