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Thursday, April 25, 2019

"The Mark of Impeachment"

Joy Reid of MSNBC asked Democrat Congressman Elijah Cummings, “Do you believe that Donald Trump deserves to have the mark of impeachment — as you said, of indictment, whether or not he would be removed?”

The Mark of Impeachment!

What is he, Cain and the Democrats are all God?

Go ahead.

Do it.

Tack the tacky Mark of Impeachment on him.

His supporters don't mind, and it will tell history a century from now just how miserable the press and the Congress were.

The refusal by Washington to accept its defeat in 2016 is stunning. This anger, this wrath, this psychosis is in its third year.

And we trusted these bozos with the nuclear button?

Cummings replied, “I think he does. I think, when you look at the Mueller report, the 10 items that Mueller pointed out with regard to obstruction, if you take any one of those, anybody in the United States that I know of would probably already be indicted, except the president of the United States.”

A president cannot be charged with obstruction of justice because the president sits at the top of the chain of command for the Department of Justice.

For the same reason, you cannot charge him with mutiny. He is the commander in chief.

So impeach him. Hold a trial. Show the world how weak our country is when most of our government still refuses to accept the election result.

The conversation also shows there is a great sting still felt for the Clinton impeachment.

But mainly this talk of impeachment shows what sore losers the people we put in charge are. Mitt Romney is appalled by President Trump dropping an F-bomb, but not concerned at all that Obama spied on him.


  1. With many of the Democrat sisterhood, it's more the mark of Esau.

    “Behold, my brother Esau is a hairy man, and I am a smooth man."

    1. The so called "Christian left" does not exist. All you have to see is their heretcal positions on things God has already condemned.

  2. Let's get the impeachment ball rolling. 2020 won't be an avalanche,it will be a tsunami.

  3. The Mark of Impeachment!

    What is he, Cain and the Democrats are all God?

    Would you believe Zorro?

    (had to)

  4. Will it a be a scarlet "I" or a the Star of David or the Christan Cross?

  5. Sorry, LibCommie haters, but Mr. T is not down with yer bullshit. The hearings to determine the causes and sources of the Deep State Coup attempt are proceeding apace. The Unesteemed Mr. Cummings hisself may wind up in front of a Senate panel. Lawyer up, Elijah.

  6. Try as I might, I just can't recall why once upon a time I respected Elijah Cummings, but I did.

    He's a lying, deceitful sleazeball that would slide easily under a snake's belly, and I don't understand how I could ever have respected this mendacious imitation of a human being.

  7. Don,
    You're telling it Vegas style--
    Not only am I calling & raising ya, I'm all in!

  8. "A president cannot be charged with obstruction of justice because the president sits at the top of the chain of command for the Department of Justice."

    Don't fall for this false premise pushed by Democrats. That is legally true, but not relevant in the Mueller report allegations of obstruction of justice.

    As AG Barr said at the press conference, he and DAG Rosenstein accepted the Special Counsel's legal theories although they disagreed with some and looked at the facts from that basis.

    AG Barr (press conference)
    "After carefully reviewing the facts and legal theories outlined in the report, and in consultation with the Office of Legal Counsel and other Department lawyers, the Deputy Attorney General and I concluded that the evidence developed by the Special Counsel is not sufficient to establish that the President committed an obstruction-of-justice offense.

    ... Instead, we accepted the Special Counsel’s legal framework for purposes of our analysis and evaluated the evidence as presented by the Special Counsel in reaching our conclusion."

    Whether the President can obstruct justice is a legal theory, not a factual basis element. Trump was determined not to have obstructed justice based on the facts Mueller discovered.

    Cummings statement that someone else would be indicted is an indictment of our "indict a ham sandwich" prosecutorial culture of indict for the headlines, bankrupt to force guilty plea deal and pervert justice.

  9. These 10 obstruction items are thought crimes. And here I had always thought that the book "1984" was a fictional account.

  10. TO: The Honorable Elijah Cummings
    FROM: Donald J. Trump

    MESSAGE: Go pound sand up your *ss.

    1. I would have used "President of The United States, Donald J. Trump." Rub it in every chance you get, and then rub some more.

  11. This is the first time the opposition has refused to support a peaceful transfer of power. Every time they have failed, they double down. Mueller had unlimited time, unlimited funds, and unlimited manpower, and he still couldn't frame Trump. The only obstruction has been from the opposition who want to prevent Trump from governing. They know they can't impeach Trump before the 2020 election but they have to throw red meat to their rabid mob. The conspirators provoked Trump to fire Comey and they hoped to provoke him to fire Mueller. They know they had no evidence of collusion because the FBI had been spying on Trump since Dec of 2015. If Trump would have fired Mueller they could have continued to leaked disinformation designed to harm our duly elected President. Since the report exonerated him, Trump can now go on the offensive. He started by taunting the opposition, daring them to try and impeach him.

  12. Hopefully loser Mitt Romney does come out to primary DJT, so it will be clarified how much the Republican base despises the Never-Trump GOPe. The miracle of Trump is the clarity he brings, all fakers and haters revealed.

  13. If anyone deserved impeachment and conviction, Slick Willie Clinton did. He actually committed obstruction of justice.

    Andrew Johnson did not deserve impeachment, and fortunately, was not convicted, even if it was by one vote. The radical Republicans that impeached him are not remembered fondly. If the house impeaches Trump, they will seal their doom in 2020 and, perhaps, for many years afterwards. Trump deserves impeachment as much as Johnson did.

  14. They will NEVER forgive the Republicans for impeaching Clinton (even though some Dems voted for it as well). And they will continue to try to impeach a Republican president for at least another generation, just to get even.

  15. They're inability to let go of this vendetta is absolutely breathtaking. Wouldn't believe it could happen if I wasn't seeing it play out. Thank GOD for Trump, he's the only one that could have withstood this assault and had the nads to fight back. The next few months will be interesting indeed. These despicable Democrats are drunk with (what they perceive to be) power. It's going to backfire, big time