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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Impeachment got boring

Democrats have so politicized the impeachment process that a Republican Senate might just ignore any impeachment of President Donald John Trump.

Matthew Whitaker floated the idea on Fox News. He was the acting attorney general between Jeff Sessions and Bill Barr.

Whitaker said, "Not only is it dead on arrival, there’s a risk that the Senate doesn’t even take it up as it is a completely partisan exercise where [there are] only Democrat witnesses, only Democrats’ votes, and Republicans’ rights to due process and fairness are not honored."

Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham has the same objection.

He said, "It’s impossible to bring this case forward, in my view, fairly, without us knowing who the whistle blower is and having a chance to cross-examine them about any biases they may have. So, if they don’t call the whistle blower in the House, this thing is dead on arrival in the Senate."


I look forward to an impeachment trial. On September 27, I posted, "You do not want Trump on the stand."

The post said, "the Holy Grail for the media is the impeachment of President Donald John Trump. The oligarchs of news would love to put him on the witness stand under oath.

"Just like Megyn Kelly once did.

"She relished questioning Donald Trump in the first Republican debate in 2015. A former prosecutor, the media considered her a top notch interviewer who could bring powerful men down because in the matriarchal world they imagine as a utopia, men deserve ridicule.

"So sure that she was the one who could slay this dragon, she came in although she was pretty sick. She kept a bucket on hand in case she had to puke on stage.

"He destroyed her in 3 words."

Kelly said, "You’ve called women you don’t like fat pigs, dogs, slobs, and disgusting animals."

He replied, "Only Rosie O’Donnell."

At a later debate, Jeb! Bush said his mother was a saint.

Trump said, "She should run."

And of course, there was the debate in which Hillary prattled on and on about his temperament. She ended saying she was glad he was not president.

He said, "Because you'd be in jail."

But this impeachment bores the hell out of America, so it might be better to just let the thing die a natural death with a pillow to its face.

Politico reported, "Yet at a hair-on-fire moment for the nation’s political class, it’s business as usual for senators. They will go to committee hearings, vote on a Department of Homeland Security nominee and hold their regular party lunches. Some will talk to the press, but many will decline to respond to Wednesday’s testimony because they simply haven’t watched it.

"Some senators in both parties said they hope to watch a replay to understand what’s transpired in the remarkable impeachment inquiry, or at least read the news coverage. But few seemed concerned with letting a critical moment in history pass them by."

What Washington considers "a critical moment in history," real America considers a complete waste of time.

It's Mueller 2.0.

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