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Friday, September 27, 2019

Obama is behind impeachment

The official launch of impeachment proceedings by Nancy Pelosi over a telephone call between the president and his counterpart in Ukraine raises but one question:
How many times have these sore loser quacks cried impeachment?
They have been talking about impeachment since Day One. It has always been their plan because it is the only plan they have.

Nate Silver wrote on May 22, 2017, "But people putting money on the line are taking impeachment seriously. According to the prediction market Betfair, the chance that Trump will fail to serve out his four-year term is about 50 percent (!). There’s even a 20 to 25 percent probability (!!) that Trump doesn’t finish out 2017 in office, these bettors reckon."

Gone by the end of 2017?

N8 Ag -- reliably wrong. Again.

We know who is behind all this: Barack Obama.

He is the man (for lack of a better word) who planted that Russian Dossier on President-Elect Trump during a security briefing. That planted dossier led to the Mueller investigation that hobbled the Trump presidency.

For nearly 3 years, Obama has used his followers to throw everything they could at President Trump to distract attention to the many successes that President Trump has had -- successes that underscore what an utter incompetent and failure Obama was.

Leon Wagener reported in the Daily Mail on March 1, 2017, "Barack Obama is turning his new home in the posh Kalorama section of the nation's capital - just two miles away from the White House -- into the nerve center of the mounting insurgency against his successor, President Donald J. Trump.

"Obama's goal, according to a close family friend, is to oust Trump from the presidency either by forcing his resignation or through his impeachment.

"And Obama is being aided in his political crusade by his longtime consigliere, Valerie Jarrett, who has moved into the 8,200-square-foot, $5.3-million Kaloroma mansion with  the former president and Michelle Obama, long time best friends.

"Jarrett played a vital -- if at times low-key -- role in the Obama presidency. She lived in the White House, dined with the Obamas, and help shape his domestic and foreign policies."

Under Obama, the Democrat Party has become a Racketeer Influence Corrupt Organization. Maybe it always was.

President Trump may be their Rudy Giuliani, the man who brought down both Marc Rich (a major Democrat donor who sold Iranian oil despite an embargo) and the Genovese and Colombo crime families. Never forget that Rich (pardoned by Clinton for a million bucks) and defeating the Mob are the reasons Democrats hate him.

Rush Limbaugh said, "Oh! By the way, if I’ve had one, I have had five emails, 'Hey, Rush, hey, Rush, I see people talking about CrowdStrike all over the media now. Congratulations. Thank you.' I was happy to see that myself because Trump mentioning CrowdStrike in that phone call with the Ukrainian president, let me tell you something. You don’t know this. You’re not gonna see this represented, you’re not gonna see the media, the Democrats, react to it. They’re gonna ignore it.

"But Trump mentioning CrowdStrike, that’s the firm that examined the DNC server after it was hacked in 2015, everybody thinking that the Russians did it. The FBI never examined it. We don’t know who hacked the server. We don’t know that there was a hack. We don’t know that it wasn’t an inside job to release some of the data on that Democrat National Committee server, whoever tried to hack the RNC computers. But they never got into theirs, but the DNC was hacked."

CrowdStrike is owned by Google, which is evil.

The DNC hired it through Perkins Coie, the Seattle-based law firm that Hillary used to hire Fusion GPS. Limbaugh believes that CrowdStrike had a role in trying to frame President Trump with that Russian Collusion nonsense.

Limbaugh said, "When Trump mentioned CrowdStrike to the Ukrainian president — do not doubt me — what he was really asking, because he specified the business of Biden and his son, he’s really asking the president of Ukraine to help Barr in the investigation of when the Trump-Russia collusion investigation actually began. That’s what Trump wants to know. That’s what Barr is trying to find out."

These are the details of Obama's attack on Donald John Trump. Ego alone (as large as it is) no longer is his motivation. Self-preservation is. There are truths that as president, Donald Trump has access to.

The media seems to be ignorant of this. When he tweeted Obama wiretapped him, the media said "without evidence." As if.

Obama wants to reverse the 2016 election by any means necessary. This week he decided to roll with impeachment. His post-presidential sedition is unprecedented and unAmerican.

Hillary merely refuses to accept defeat.

Pelosi wanders the House aimlessly.

Obama seeks to undermine the presidency and the nation herself.

And so we have this constant turmoil, this political drama, and this constant talk of impeachment. His true believers are worn out because Obama overlooked Rule 8 of Alinsky's Rules for Radicals:
"A tactic that drags on too long becomes a drag."
When it comes, impeachment will be Obamacare II.

Democrats will pay the price at the polls.


I did a lot of research for this post that I discarded because it was too much detail. But here are the initial things they threw out there for impeachment.

1. "White House website promotes Melania Trump's modeling and jewelry line," as reported in the Washington Post on Inauguration Day.

2. "CREW sues over Trump emoluments." This Fake Watchdog group said on January 22, 2017, "Since Trump refused to divest from his businesses, he is now getting cash and favors from foreign governments, through guests and events at his hotels, leases in his buildings, and valuable real estate deals abroad. Trump does business with countries like China, India, Indonesia and the Philippines, and now that he is President, his company’s acceptance of any benefits from the governments of those countries violates the Constitution. When Trump the president sits down to negotiate trade deals with these countries, the American people will have no way of knowing whether he will also be thinking about the profits of Trump the businessman."

3. The Hill reported on February 1, 2017, "Rep. JoaquĆ­n Castro (D-Texas) says Congress should consider impeaching President Trump if he orders federal agencies to ignore a judge's stay on parts of his controversial immigration order.

"If Trump orders U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to ignore a federal judge’s emergency stay, Castro told BuzzFeed that lawmakers should begin the process of censuring and potentially impeaching Trump.

"'There should be a resolution of censure,' he said. 'And if he does it again, there should be articles of impeachment.'"

4. Bloomberg News reported in March 7, 2017, "Trump's wiretap tweets raise the risk of impeachment."

The story said, "The sitting president has accused his predecessor of an act that could have gotten the past president impeached. That's not your ordinary exercise of free speech. If the accusation were true, and President Barack Obama ordered a warrantless wiretap of Donald Trump during the campaign, the scandal would be of Watergate-level proportions.

"But if the allegation is not true and is unsupported by evidence, that too should be a scandal on a major scale. This is the kind of accusation that, taken as part of a broader course of conduct, could get the current president impeached."

6. Countable reported on March 22, 2017, "A top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee has filed a "resolution of inquiry" into President Donald J. Trump. It can be considered a step toward the impeachment process because of the information sought in this case. The last time a resolution of inquiry was considered on the House floor was in 1995, against then-President Bill Clinton related to financial aid for Mexico.

"Congressman Jerrold Nadler, (D-NY) filed the inquiry; Nadler is the second ranking Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, which responds to such filings."

7. Allan J. Lichtman, who predicted Trump's victory, wrote in USA Today on April 18, 2017, "Former lawyers in the Obama administration have formed a working group to monitor violations of the law and the Constitution by Trump. But the fate of Trump will ultimately rest with the democratic activism of the American people. Americans rightly celebrate their nation’s Founders: Thomas Jefferson for justifying independence; Washington for leading the Continental army to victory in the American Revolution. But it was the protests of ordinary colonials, men and women, whites and blacks, that turned public sentiment against King George III and ignited the revolution. 'The Revolution was,' as John Adams wrote, 'in the minds and hearts of the people.'

"The many robust demonstrations against Trump will be like smoke through a chimney unless, like the revolutionary protests, they are put to a purposeful end. If investigations uncover traitorous collusion with the Russians or Trump continues to clash with the law, the Constitution, the environment, and the nation’s traditions and its security, the American people must demand his impeachment. If Republicans in Congress remain recalcitrant, voters should be swift to dismiss them from office in 2018. Justice will be realized in today’s America not through revolution, but by the Constitution’s peaceful remedy of impeachment — but only if the people demand it."

8. Vox reported on May 11, 2017, "After President Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday, it didn’t take long for people to start talking about impeachment.

"'It may well produce another United States vs. Nixon,' said Sen. Richard Blumenthal on CNN. 'It may well produce impeachment proceedings.'"

9. The Dallas News reported on May 15, 2017, "After weeks of warning that President Donald Trump’s actions were veering towards illegality, Rep. Al Green on Monday called for the president to be impeached.

"The Houston Democrat claimed that Trump may have committed illegal obstruction of justice by firing FBI director James Comey during the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and then seeking to intimidate him in a tweet warning that there may be tapes of their conversation."