By Wayne Dupree | December 2, 2019

Well, I guess it’s High Noon and the gunslinger Adam Schiff is giving the maverick crew, which consists of the GOP lawmakers, 24 hours to help Democrats seal the deal against Pres. Trump and articles of impeachment recommendation.

Once again, politics no longer stops at the water’s edge. The decorum that once governed politics, already severely eroded, is officially gone. Americans can now no longer boast that the nation was once unified when a Congress was supposed to be representing the American people and working toward the betterment of its future.

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As Breitbart News reported Friday, House Judiciary Committee chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler has previewed the report, and suggested it will include claims of “collusion” with Russia — as well as Ukraine, Russia’s enemy.

And as reported Saturday, Schiff will provide the full report to committee members on Monday, who must sign off on Tuesday in time for the first hearing in Nadler’s committee on Wednesday, which will discuss the supposed constitutional and legal basis for impeachment.

It is a foregone conclusion that Democrats will sign off on Schiff’s report. Evidence does not seem to be the top priority for Democrats: a majority favored an impeachment inquiry by August 1, eleven days before the so-called “whistleblower” sent a letter to Schiff complaining about Trump’s phone call with Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky.


But the rush has been a feature from the very beginning. On the day that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced an impeachment inquiry, the president had already announced that he had declassified the transcript (or “readout”) of the phone call with Zelensky, and that it would be published the next day. [Breitbart]

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Yada, yada, yada. After this garbage is crushed in the Senate, then what? Will, the Democrats finally go to work for their voters, or will we continue to see them exercising their strong suit — resistance, obstruction, undermining, and sabotage? We, the people, have been waiting for a year for action on the USMCA, which will be another boost to our already booming economy. However, Rep. Nancy Pelosi sits on it, waiting for her puppet show to impeach Trump.

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You can bet that Rep. Jerry Nadler won’t approve any of the docs or witnesses that the Republicans OR Trump’s counsel wants to subpoena just as Schiff did. The good thing is that just as the Republicans did with Schiff, they can do with Nadler. Right in front of all those cameras, they can let the public know on the record what Nadler and the Democrats are doing. I suspect that is what hurt Schiff regarding public support (poll numbers) for this nonsense.

The Democratic party is hemorrhaging public credibility. It’s Trump’s election to lose pretty much, Dems know they’re screwed, too much back door international pattycake, too much pandering, not enough substance and demonstrated competency, all the greenwash, mediscare with little apparent concern for fraud and abuse, losing voters, bad bad bad for Dems.

Pres. Trump knows how to lead, Dems just don’t, and though they now have a billionaire in their camp, it still won’t be enough. They are on a rocket ride to minority party status, and peachiness is going to cost them big time.


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