All errors should be reported to DonSurber@gmail.com

Monday, June 04, 2018

Butt Hurt Bill wants Trump impeached

Bill Clinton, convicted of perjury while president, went on CBS on Sunday and whined about President Trump. Butt Hurt Bill wants Congress to impeach Trump just like Congress impeached him.

"I think if the roles were reversed — now, this is me just talking, but it’s based on my experience — if it were a Democratic president, and these facts were present, most people I know in Washington believe impeachment hearings would have begun already," Clinton said.

What facts?

The House of Representatives impeached Clinton 20 years ago after a special counsel recommended impeachment.

Bumbling Bob Mueller has yet to file his report.

As for his impeachment, Clinton said, “It wasn’t a pleasant experience.

"But it was a fight that I was glad to undertake. They knew there was nothing impeachable. And so, we fought it to the end. And I’m glad."

That's his story and he is sticking to it.

A judge suspended his law license for five years for perjury.

I am so glad that Clinton is butt hurt over this. I love that it eats at him that his legacy is lechery and lying. He built that. He owns it.

And today on the "Today" show, Clinton got all bent out of shape when asked whether he apologized personally to Monica Lewinsky for ruining her life by dragging her into his drama.

"I have never talked to her. But I did say, publicly, on more than one occasion, that I was sorry. That's very different. The apology was public," Clinton said.

That apology was for show. He's a cad.

I hope he keeps appearing on TV and keeps a high profile in the midterm election.

Maybe he and his lovely wife will campaign for Joe Manchin in West Virginia.

###

Please enjoy my books in paperback and on Kindle.

Trump the Press covers the nomination.

Trump the Establishment covers the election.

Fake News Follies of 2017 covers his first year as president.

For autographed copies, write me at DonSurber@gmail.com

17 comments:

  1. “As for his impeachment, Clinton said, “It wasn’t a pleasant experience.”

    As to experiences not being so pleasant, some of Willy’s victims said the same thing about their encounters with him.
    JC

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Harvey Weinstein is being made to face the law for rapes he committed in the past. When will Bubba get the same treatment?

      Bucky

      Delete
    2. He won't. He's a member of the political elite and he won't be held accountable. There is a double standard in our legal system and unfortunately it is controlled by the Democrats and GOPe who control Washington. Until we replace the Democrats and the GOPe (and the GOPe are 90% of the elected GOP in Washington), things won't be able to truly change to the level they need to be.

      Delete
  2. http://donsurber.blogspot.com/2016/09/what-bill-might-have-told-donald.html

    As much as I loved this conspiracy theory, which suggested a different type of collusion, I don't think that subsequent developments bore it out.

    - Mark S.

    ReplyDelete
  3. "Cad"?

    "Vile, Filthy Reprobate", like the other Clinton, would be my words of choice.

    ReplyDelete
  4. "Better out some ice on that," Bill ..TG

    ReplyDelete
  5. Now he's saying that Obama was given special treatment because he's black!
    Ya think?

    ReplyDelete
  6. He's trying to mitigate the damage being done to his party and legacy by going on offense without any artillery.

    As far as "facts" go, if I were running a congressional committee I would call him to testify under oath if he knows of any impeachable offenses.

    He'd walk out of the meeting trying desperately to find a way to stick his whole head into his armpit.

    ReplyDelete
  7. Always said Willie was delusional.

    Difference between him and Trump is Trump did nothing wrong and he did.

    ReplyDelete
  8. The NYT said when he left office that his legacy would always be tied to Monica. They also said they regretted he had not been liberal enough. This last was the usual hypocrisy because when they supported him it was because they thought his form of moderate politcal phase shifting was what would get him elected, which was all they cared about. To me his importance lies in the corruption of his presidential Power, which made him rich, and became the envy of and template for every Democrat there after. It is still working today so powerful is the hope of purchasing advantage it inspires.
    As those who had been in a room with him during his presidency will tell you, his charisma lightened the heart of everyone present. In office, His dithering nature prevented great achievement, many times because his wife, on whom he relied for drive and ambition, lacked basic politcal incompetence and refused to learn from the great master she personally despised. To the psychiatrists, he was a male hysteric. The kind of guy you could spend forever with at a party but after he left you would find he had vomited on your Persian Carpet and left it for you to clean up. He will probably be seen historically as he judged himself, a president from the middle of the pack.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Problem is Bill Clinton gave in to the demands for him to testify.

    No President is above the law, but the way for the law to reach him is either after serving his term or after bring thrown out via impeachment.

    I think it was over a civil trial by Paula Jones where he purjured himself and suborned purjury.

    He shouldn't have agreed to be deposed in the first place.

    We do not want Presidents not able to do their job due to dealing with civil and criminal complaints.

    ReplyDelete
  10. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  11. Ahh, the Nineties.

    I remember six of us drinking a shot every time Clinton said “is”.

    I was the runner-up in that contest, but in my defense, Big Annie had a head as impervious to alcohol as a block of concrete.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I wanna meet Big Annie. Hook’ems me up, bro.

      Delete
  12. Clinton probably hasn't apologized in person to Lewinsky since getting too close would be a violation of his restraining order.

    ReplyDelete