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Thursday, January 14, 2021

The Seinfeld Impeachment

Democrats began their second annual Impeachment Fair and Music Festival on Wednesday. They timed it to coincide with Chairman Xiden's coronation.

Liz Cheney voted for it too, but she is about as Republican as she is a Wyomingite. Trump received both more votes and a higher percentage of votes than she did. Both races were statewide. Her vote to impeach was a flip of the middle finger to the state she pretends to represent.

Cheney is no Republican.

Sure, they made her the No. 3 Republican leader in the House, but Republicans in Congress are just faking it. Put them in Massachusetts and half of them would become Democrats. The lesson of the past 4 years is that Republicans are as evil as Democrats. With rare exception, for congressmen, politics is all about money and jobs for unemployable relatives.

As with last year's impeachment, this was a Seinfeld Impeachment, meaning it was an impeachment about nothing.

The false claim this time is President Donald John Trump incited an insurrection. There was no incitement. There was no insurrection.  


Squad member Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., said, "There needs to be unrest in the streets for as long as there’s unrest in our lives."

Corrupt Congresswoman Maxine Waters, D-Crazy, said, "Let’s make sure we show up wherever we have to show up. And if you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd. And you push back on them. And you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere. We’ve got to get the children connected to their parents."

In 2018, Pelosi said, "I just don't even know why there aren't more- why there aren't uprisings all over the country and maybe there will be."

Two years later, Democrats burned their own cities in a Summer of Hate.

Now they falsely accuse the president of doing what they did.

Blogger Ann Althouse asked, "Is the impeachment funny?"

She cited some lame jokes her son posted on Facebook.

His first was, "The most impeached president in American history! I wonder if Trump is tired of all this winning… 🤔"

He's funnier than Stephen Colbert. 

So is my cat.

His mother asked him, "Is it funny?"

The son replied, "Is it funny to turn the tables on the pompously powerful?"

Hmm. There's a thought. When is sonny going to turn the tables on the pompously powerful?

President Trump may be pompous but he sure ain't powerful. He just got bounced off Twitter.

Try making a joke about a Democrat sometime. Roseanne Barr made fun of Valerie Jarrett's looks. Michelle Obama made a phone call to ABC. Within 24 hours, Barr lost her sitcom and became persona non grata in America.

Samantha Bee called President Trump's daughter the C-word on national TV. Bee's show is still on the airwaves.

The impeachment is the joke, not Donald Trump.

I did not watch Seinfeld, but, like many TV shows, it became part of culture. I understand in one episode they bet who could last longest without masturbating.

Cheney would have lost that bet. Just show her a picture of Donald Trump. 

That is what this impeachment is: political masturbation. The Establishment still is shell-shocked by 2016. They are making sure that no one dares to challenge them again.

35 comments:

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  2. They add tinder to the flames.

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  3. I need to buy you a beer or coffee one day, Don.

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    1. It would be my pleasure. If we EVER get it together for another ride from NJ to Lexington KY (Keeneland Racetrack), Don is on the route we usually take. As soon as my wife regains 100% from the covid knock-about in November 2020, we'll be hot to trot.

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    2. I bet there’s an app for that.

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    3. I bet there’s an app for that.

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    4. Ditto.

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  4. Nobody in Washington or the media has actually watched or listened to Trump's speech at the rally. This is actual madness.

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    1. But madness is the norm. Its just the same thing they did over his Charlottesville comments.

      They lie. But they're paid to lie so many of them can do it with a straight face. The masters were the Clintons at this.

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  5. There was no insurrection.

    I read only one window was broken.

    Not even a riot if true. Just some Lefty yutz in a buffalo horn headdress sitting in Pelosi Galore's chair.

    Only real damage appears to be 4 Trump supporters murdered inside the Capitol and, Lord knows, they don't count.

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  6. Now they falsely accuse the president of doing what they did.

    Omit your word "now". Replace with

    As usual.

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  7. As I recall, the same people blamed Trump for all the 'peaceful protests' over the past year. Literally. They blamed him, while doing squat about them, tittering all the while among themselves. The country is sick sick sick.

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  8. Keep your powder dry kiddies. It's fixing to get ugly.

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  9. I'm hoping they bring up the election fraud comments. Witnesses on that may be lit.

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  10. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) will not join efforts to remove House Republican Conference chairwoman Liz Cheney (R-WY) from her leadership role in the wake of her vote to impeach President Donald Trump over last week’s deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol, according to a report.

    A spokesman for McCarthy confirmed the news to the Hill amid calls from several House conservatives for Cheney to be ousted.

    So all y'all idiots cancelling your party registration means you will be unable to help primary these traitors.

    Trump is offering no leadership for after he's gone. In fact Trump Jr. tweeted on the 9th, after Trump was booted from Twitter, that he need our email addresses in case he gets booted too.

    I find that unbelievable that the past four years they haven't been collecting email addresses from his 80 million followers. For it was the use of mailing lists that got Reagan elected.

    After the GOP threw Goldwater under the bus Richard Viguerie started collect addresses.

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    1. You’re not an effective troll. You try too hard.

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    2. There has been a spate of articles and blog post in the last few days smugly observing a detectable number of Republicans leaving the party, although they CYA by not specifying the reason or the extent--just a couple of anecdotes.

      I don't know how widespread this is, but I can think of four types of GOP turncoats:

      1) The pearl-clutchers for whom "Trump Incites Riot" (as per NY Times headline) was just the final straw. Most of them weren't Republicans in the first place, and switched affiliation straight to Dem.

      2) Those who think the party is reverting to its GOPe roots--the party of the country club set, Romney, Liz Cheney, Hogan, Sasse, Ryan, et al. They see no future for themselves in the GOP, and switch to independent, because they sure aren't Dems.

      3) Those who fear the new era of political suppression and believe (possibly not without reason) for their careers and safety by publicly remaining Republican.

      4) Applicable to California only. Combination of #3 plus no reason to stay Republican since the state no longer has a closed primary and has used the "top two" election format for the last twelve years.

      It would be interesting if the media pursued this to determine the extent of GOP defections and the share of them in each of the categories above.

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  11. Maybe CNN will bring back master masturbater Jeffery Toobin for expert commentary.

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  12. Congresswoman Liz Cheney (R-Nepotism)

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    1. Just the fact that she was elected to office shows how corrupt political machines are.

      From the county level on up they are all deeply compromised. Its party first, me second, country last.

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  13. "Samantha Bee called President Trump's daughter the C-word on national TV. Bee's show is still on the airwaves."

    But is anyone still watching it? Remember Wanda Sykes, who once hoped Rush Limbaugh's kidneys fail? Or Janeane Garofalo? All these vermin have a very short shelf life since there are always new vermin stepping forward to take their place.

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  14. Does Wyoming have a recall law? Have an election to retract the consent of the governed[ruled].

    Elections. You remember them. Print out a few hundred thousand filled out ballots and declare yourself the winner.

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    1. I don't know if they have recall in WY, but the WY-GOP is mad as h*ll at her - having been inundated with hate messages about this from the citizenry.

      You really do have to wonder what kind of mush some people have for brains. No idea what liz (Q-WY) was thinking.

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    2. Right you are Snow -

      https://www.wyoming.gop/post/wyoming-republican-s-message-to-representative-cheney

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    3. Can't recall a member of Congress. It's a federal position.

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  15. You know, quantitative lateral thought here.

    There were ten vile quislings in the party yesterday. As a percentage of the total GOP caucus in the House, that's about 4.5%. So about 95.5% of the GOP caucus stayed with PDJT.

    That number happens to match PDJT approval rating in the Republican party (95% - 96%).

    So maybe the problems is a small sliver of loudmouths and the party is actually okay.

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    1. Interesting Snow... And I'm staying a registered Republican because they make the rules, we just play by them. You can't support someone who primaries a RINO if you're not in the party

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  16. Here's a laugh for everyone -- That well-known deep thinker Ms. Peggy Noonan is out in WSJ with a column titled "Liz Cheney Shows What Leadership Looks Like"

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  17. As I keep saying, the GOP is the GO Along To GET Along with the Dems Party.

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  18. The Establishment may succeed in preventing Trump from running for POTUS again but that doesn't mean that his supporters will suddenly disappear. There is a danger that in their frustration they may turn to an actual demagogue not just a bombastic showman like Trump. Having the legitimate method of redressing grievances denied to people leaves them nothing but illegitimate means. The American colonists tried to appeal to King George's good nature to address their grievances but he shunned their advances and left them no choice but rebellion.

    Justice for Ashli Babbitt!

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  19. They RUSHED the crapshow through before more EVIDENCE of WHO actually led the "riot" in DC! It wasn't a surprise to those of us who have paid attention to the character of PRESIDENT TRUMPS' TRUE SUPPORTERS that antifa/blm were responsible for the violence/insurrection! I pray for PRESIDENT TRUMP and his Team each night to be kept safe and healthy and to do what is necessary to SAVE OUR NATION!

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  20. All my 68 years I have lived in what I thought was the greatest Nation on Earth only to discover that the democrats/rino's have soiled it to the point that only a massive purge will cleanse it! There was no CONSTITUTIONAL basis for the first one and this one is nothing but a low down lynching! What less would we expect from Nanzi?? I'm hoping for a revealing and RECKONING that makes the Inquisition look like a picnic (please excuse the now democrat determined RACISM involved with using the word PICNIC)!!!

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