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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

310 Vindmans: How Democrats conned themselves

This would be a perfect topdown day if it were 50 degrees warmer. So I am staying indoors where it is 50 degrees warmer. I have a Real Housewives marathon on the TV because the impeachment is a joke.

I am not alone in skipping Adam Schiff's ego trip.
How did Michael Goodwin of the New York Post put it?

Oh yes, "While Schiff and his fellow travelers loudly declare Trump guilty, they’ve yet to settle on a charge that makes sense to the many millions of Americans who live outside a political hothouse.

"Take the talking point that the president engaged in an improper quid pro quo by promising arms to Ukraine in exchange for an investigation of Joe Biden and his son Hunter’s $50,000-a-month cushy gig there. It has everything on its side except a clear set of facts.

"Ukraine got the arms — arms Barack Obama refused to give — but Trump never got the Biden investigation or one into what role Ukraine played in 2016."

The New York Post is in tune with real America.

Democrats conned themselves into thinking they got the goods on President Trump this time. The White House bureaucracy, which was supposed to overturn the 2016 election results, thought they had the goods on the Orange Man.

Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman heard from a friend of a friend said that President Trump had twisted the arm of the Ukranian government in a telephone call.

Rather than go through the special counsel route, as had been done with Nixon and Clinton, Democrats decided to go directly to impeachment.

Time was a-wastin'. Democrats believe the indictment of the intelligence community is just around the corner. An indictment would divert attention from indictments. We shall see.
Nancy chose Schiff to head the impeachment because as Intelligence Committee chairman, he is the chief defender of the intelligence bureaucracy.

Besides, House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler, who should be running the show, is a big fat fool.Yes, he is worse than Schiff.

Democrats thought they could play the presidential phone call to Ukraine's president on July 25 into a scandal. They thought they could work in a cover-up.

President Trump thwarted them by releasing the transcript, which debunked their case before they could investigate.

But they plunged forward because that is what they are. Plungers.

America is seeing the light. Vindman -- Colonel Clunk -- is a part of a huge military presence in DC that needs to be pared in order to make it effective.

President Trump may be inclined to do so. Time magazine reported, "President Donald Trump has ordered a substantial reduction in the staff of the National Security Council, according to five people familiar with the plans, as the White House confronts an impeachment inquiry touched off by a whistle-blower complaint related to the agency’s work."

I cannot confirm this through a more reliable source, but it makes sense because later in the story, it said, "About 310 people currently work at the NSC."


We have 310 Vindmans and Bunsen Honeydews in the White House doing what? I mean besides advancing their careers. The story said, "Many people who work at the council are career government professionals detailed from the Pentagon, State Department, and intelligence agencies."

There are too many people to be effective, which may explain some of the mad adventures the USA had so far in this century.

Who thought giving Iran $170 billion was a good idea? The Vindman for Iran?

310 should be 10. If they need advice from the Pentagon, State Department, and intelligence agencies, they can use Alexander Graham Bell's invention that has been in the White House since Rutherford B. Hayes was president.

The telephone.

By exposing to the American public the size and corruption of the NSC, impeachment may lower the water level in The Swamp.

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