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Saturday, March 23, 2019

Democrats need to change the subject. Fast

Our beloved president, Donald John Trump, showed his very sane genius on Twitter today.

He didn't tweet.

He let the Bungling Bob Mueller report sit atop the Drudge Report without a retort because the Mueller's witch hunt has torpedoed his critics.

Why would the president suddenly want to make the news about him?

Mueller's investigation failed to result in a single indictment of President Trump, Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, Jared Kushner, the Trump Organization, or anyone in America for collusion.

President Trump's clownish opposition knows it is in trouble, and it is regrouping.

The Associated Press reported, "House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is telling House Democrats that even if there are no further prosecutions from special counsel Robert Mueller, his full report must be released to Congress.

"Pelosi sent a letter to colleagues ahead of an 'emergency' call with all rank-and-file lawmakers Saturday to discuss where Democrats 'go from here' in their oversight of the White House.

"She said Attorney General William Barr’s offer to provide Congress with a summary of conclusions was 'insufficient.'

"Pelosi wrote, 'Even if DOJ chooses not to prosecute additional individuals, the underlying findings must be provided to Congress and the American people.'"

If she believes that, then she learned nothing from this debacle because Mueller's inability to indict a single Trump proves that all of President Trump's opponents have, all along, been wrong, unfair, and unbalanced.

The failure to indict any Trump for anything is a colossal admission of innocence in light of the Mickey Mouse charge against Three-Star General Mike Flynn of "lying" to FBI agents.

It is now Mueller Time in American politics.

Pelosi and the Never Trumpers got exactly what they asked for: a special prosecutor.

And then they got exactly what they deserve: humiliation.

Barack Hussein Obama failed to give President Donald John Trump the same peaceful transition of power that President George Walker Bush gave Obama.

Instead, his appointees tried to sabotage the new president. The insubordination of Sally Q. Yates deserved punishment

But now Obama and his acolytes as well as the Never Trumpers look exactly like the fools they are.

They acted disgracefully and without honor. They demanded a witch hunt.

Well they got one.

Now Americans laugh at them. The failure to indict tainted them and raised President Trump's esteem in the public eye.

A bright person would change subjects.

Which means they will double down and keep talking about the report until it finally dawns on them how dumb that is.

Eventually, President Trump will tweet about Mueller's report because he will sense that the public needs a reminder.

For now, he is letting nature take its course -- like a tornado does -- and chilling in Palm Beach.

29 comments:

  1. Not wishing to take away from the Mueller merriment, but there was a state election on our eastern side yesterday. One very interesting - and encouraging - outcome:
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6842161/Shooters-party-two-seats-MASSIVE-swings-100-000-votes.html

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    1. I just checked some other"News" Papers - the big New South Wales paper "The Sydney Morning Herald" just lists the affected areas as having been won by "Other" parties - no mention I could find of the name or position of these winning parties.

      Checking the huge "The Age" Newspaper ("Independent-Always") and "The Mercury" in Hobart, you would have NO idea anything unusual had taken place.

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    2. New Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzealand

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    3. Sadly, the news in Australia is even more heavily censored than it is here, and only certain points of view are presented.

      The view of the Shooters Party isn't one of those that is acceptable, so it's only discussed indirectly.

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    4. 'New Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzealand'
      Henceforth to be known as The Land of the Dumb White Dhimmi. Have you seen the pics of their PM in her headgear?

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  2. Well the Steny Hoyers would like to change the subject, but what are the kids saying?

    Over? Did you say ?over?? Nothing is over until we decide it is! Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? Hell, no!

    PS Remember how Jeff Sessions just let them go insane? I may be wrong, but I think this was the plan from the start.

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    1. "Remember how Jeff Sessions just let them go insane? I may be wrong, but I think this was the plan from the start."

      It certainly is convoluted, isn't it? I doubt that Trump, or any one for that matter, could pull off a strategy to deal with these terribly complicated matters. What he does have a talent for is making the right moves when needed.

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    2. Convoluted.

      Complicated.


      Terribly so.


      Uh, no.


      Intricate, maybe.

      Tangled webs woven by retarded, power drunken uniparty hog puppets, oh yeah.

      Drawing out the vermin by inducing the very native propensities within them they cannot resist expressing, in words and in deeds?

      Easy Peasy.


      3 basic means to vermin elimination:


      1. Bait and trap them.

      2. Use poisoned bait and clean up the corpses where neccessary.

      3. Bait them to exposure for the cats to feed on them.


      So, just these 3 methods have been, and are being, utilized.

      Any minor adjustments in these means do not alter their basis.


      And with the last method, the cats appreciate the less than usually tediously long waiting of their natural required stalking thereof.


      Meow.

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    3. don i enjoy your articles the problem is you make so much sense....i live in palm desert ca. its quiet here and sunny...wash and the swamp i could not take it...i no longer watch fox after janine and skip maria this morning i will go to hannity but he never stops...cannot take these people anymore i tried cnn for 20 min this morning dana bash was attacking the senator from texas he told her off but she continues she is very close to nancy p. have a good day

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  3. As Andy McCarthy writes:
    "Well, if we’re going to have disclosure, fine. But let’s have *full* disclosure: Mueller’s report in addition to the FISA applications; the memoranda pertinent to the opening and continuation of the investigation; the testimony in secret hearings; the scope memorandum Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein issued on August 2, 2017, after failing to cite a crime when he appointed Mueller — let’s have all of it."

    NRO is a never-Trump dump, but I still go there to read McCarthy. And Williamson's been on a roll lately.
    The rest of 'em? ...waste of time.

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    1. Don't forget Victor Davis Hanson.

      I swore back in 2016 never to click NR again, but they seem to have pulled back from the Never-Trump cliff that Bill Kristol decided to step off of.

      A donation is still out of the question.

      Mark S.

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    2. Williamson let his inner smugass crap out too many times-years ago he was a seek out read. Now? No effing way

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  4. Pelosi muses where the Congress can "go from here" in its oversight of the White House?

    I thought there were three co-equal branches. How does one have oversight of another, since "oversight" implies observing from a superior position.

    Maybe we should talk about White House oversight of Congress? Wouldn't that mean the White House can subpoena members of Congress to come and testify or be deposed about their actions? Not just the DOJ and/or FBI conducting investigations, but the WH appointing committees to grill Congresscritters.

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  5. Ask not for whom the Trump trumps. He trumps for thee.

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    1. Poopsie, I absolutely cannot imagine a better President for this present time than Mr. T.

      God’s grace and mercy overwhelms me at times. This is one of them. Thank you Lord that you have set this country apart and specifically blessed it.

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  6. That raises a good point. Lately, it seems Mueller has nothing and the drip, drip, drip of info about the attempt to hijack Trump just keeps reminding us of all the bad things already done. Just wish someone would have to pay for all those bad descisions,

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  7. I also want to see Mueller team billing hours and expenses account.

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  8. I love the smell of burning swamp.

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  9. Now we need a special prosecutor to investigate the other side.

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  10. Dan writes:

    "I thought there were three co-equal branches. How does one have oversight of another, since 'oversight' implies observing from a superior position."

    This bit about the three branches of our Federal government being "co-equal" is baloney foisted on us by generations of high-school civics teachers. It may not have been done with bad intent, but it's still baloney.

    Long story short -- Congress is SUPREME. Think about it ... if a political party comes to enjoy such massive public support as to command, let us say, a three-fourths majority (enough for a 2/3 majority and some wiggle room) in both houses of Congress, that party can do things like fire the President and Vice-President AT WILL, severely restrict the scope of action of the Supreme Court (see Article III, Section 2, paragraph 2), and remake the Constitution at its whim (a faction enjoying such large majorities in Congress will also very likely enjoy control of 3/4 of the states' legislatures).

    Yes, I know -- I'm being nit-picky at Dan's expense. But the phrase "co-equal" branches curls my toes, and provides our wet-noodle-spined Congresscritters with an excuse to do nothing when they really should stand on their hind legs and demand that the executive and the courts obey the laws.

    And, no I did NOT vote for the Zero or for Felonia Milhous von Pantsuit. It will be a cold day in Hades before I vote for the Democrats.

    Hale Adams
    Pikesville, People's still-mostly-Democratic Republic of Maryland

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    1. Thanks for saving me the trouble of responding to the issue of co-equal.

      This week I have already seen at least a dozen posts/articles erroneously stating this co-equal baloney.

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    2. The authors of the Constitution in Article ONE outlined the composition and duties and authorities of the Legislative branch of government. The Executive is dealt with in Article TWO. From that reading, it can be fathomed that the Framers considered the legislative branch more important. The notion of co-equal branches of government springs from the idea that each branch supposedly possesses "checks and balances" that operate re the other two. All that being said, Congress has created a Leviathan federal government that has put over two million bureaucrats under the authority of the President and granted government agencies rule making powers that are tantamount to legislative acts, the purview of Congress.

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    3. The 3 Branches:

      Executive

      Legislative

      Judicial


      Per our Constitution:

      Executive applies/enforces laws made by Legislative and manages activities produced by same, aka, policy laws.

      Legislative makes laws, also paritcipates in approval/disapproval of Judicial appointments presented by Executive.

      Judicial determines Constitutionality of laws and applications thereof, thus, the final check upon both the Executive and Legislative actions.

      No judocial check exists until and unless laws and/or policies are challenged as contrary to Constitution in court.

      Thus, the Judicial Branch trumps both other 2 branches when laws made, applied, enforced, policies made and applied and any other fucking thing is dfone by the Legislative or Executive branches of our Constitutional Republic of Sovereign States.

      BUT ONLY when the Judicial Branch is provided with a fucking case.

      So, no supremacy for either legislative or executive, when judicial is invoked by being provided with a case to determine: Constitutionally compliant or NOT Constitutionally complient.

      The imperfections inherent in human nature is where the founders knew would be found the imperfect possiblities to be checked by the Judicial branch, knowing that imperfection of human nature would be also present there.

      So, imperfect human nature is the actual supremely reliable factor.

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  11. You're scaring the children. Let's deal with the issues at hand (at the moment, illegal aliens spring to mind - and yes, Congress needs to get down to some serious work), them we can deal with the rest. - Elric

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  12. I'm betting the dems know good and well that the report is packed with info that can't legally be released ( grand jury stuff and sources and methods stuff for example)
    That way they can pretend that there is stuff hidden from the public that their base will assume is damaging to DJT.

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  13. Full transparency? I'd like to see accounting of who spent how much money, where, for what purposes. For all lawyers involved in the witch hunt.

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  14. The cries about a cover-up by the media/Democrats is starting. I tweeted the President suggesting to include Senator Manchin in his executive review of the report to short circuit the media/Democrats complains. Sen. Manchin is a usually reasonable and fair Democrat politician and West Virginia went all Trump in 2016.

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  15. "...And then they got exactly what they deserve: humiliation..."
    In all seriousness, it is impossible for a God-loathing liberal to be humiliated or shamed because that, by default, requires a conscience.

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  16. I hope the President declassifies everything...

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