Get Ready for the Coming Impeachment of Donald J. Trump

Today’s Campaign Update

(Because The Campaign Never Ends)

Mueller is “closing in” – on what, no one seems able to say. – Last week was the week when Robert Mueller started “closing in”. That’s what everyone in our fake news media kept telling us, anyway, so it must be true, right? Well…ok.

Supposedly, if all the talking heads on CNN and MSNBC are to be believed – which they most certainly are not – the sentencing memo related to Michael Cohen and the court filing in Mueller’s case against Paul Manafort contain all sorts of damaging allegations related to President Donald Trump. They are, in fake media parlance, the smoking guns that, for the 10,457th time over the last 3 and a half years, spell the “beginning of the end for Donald Trump.”

All this impeachment giddiness had bug-eyed Adam Schiff talking about President trump serving prison time on “Face the Nation” and despicable Jerrold Nadler promising to shut down all investigation into Democrat wrongdoing during 2016 when he takes control of the House Judiciary Committee come January. It was like Democrat Party Mardi Gras all weekend.

The problem for the Democrats is, last week’s events don’t really mean what they want us all to believe they did. The Cohen sentencing memo, filed by the Justice Department’s Southern District of New York (SDNY), is all about campaign finance and playmates and porn stars and hush money supposedly paid to them during the 2016 campaign. The same attorneys in the SDNY who refused to prosecute Barack Obama for more than $2 million in illegal campaign contributions taken in by his 2012 campaign are now supposedly going to indict a sitting president for $280,000 in payments that can only be classified as “campaign contributions” via very tortured legal logic.

The SDNY attorneys face several problems here, chief among them being that Justice Department rules dictate that no sitting president can be indicted while he’s in office. D’oh!

Problem number two is that, even if these hush money payments can be classified as campaign contributions, the Candidate himself has the ability to contribute an unlimited amount of money to his own campaign. The U.S. Attorneys suddenly concerned about the “sanctity” of campaign finance rules say he failed to report those “contributions,” which would be a technical violation supposedly committed by a candidate who did not even know they WERE contributions.

You’re going to send a sitting POTUS to jail for that? Really?  Good luck with that.

Problem number three is that, if Donald Trump is re-elected to a second term, the 5-year statute of limitations on campaign finance violations will have expired in 2021, 3 years before he leaves office.

Now, will the craven Democrats in the House of Representatives try to use the SDNY’s tortured logic as a reason to impeach President Trump? Sure, they will, but in doing so they will have to explain why this is an impeachable offense but Obama’s massive violations were not. Good luck with that, too.

The Manafort filing is just another Big Bag of Mueller Nothing, the kind of which we have seen in myriad leaks and filings and ham sandwich indictments from his office for more than 18 months now. Nothing about the “collusion” fantasy, nothing supporting any potential charge of obstruction of justice, nothing supporting anything remotely related to what Mueller was supposed to be looking into. But it did provide a lot of fodder for talking head panels on CNN and MSNBC to assassinate the President’s character and argue for impeachment, which is exactly what it was intended to do.

There is no doubt that President Trump is a man of low moral character, especially when it comes to his conduct in his married life. There is also no doubt that pretty much everyone who voted for Candidate Trump was well aware of this when they voted for him. After two full years of screaming first about their “Russia Collusion” fantasy and then about their “obstruction of justice” fantasy, the Democrats and our fake news media are going to try to force Mr. Trump from office because he might have, maybe, sort of, potentially violated campaign finance laws to cover up affairs.

Make no mistake about it, there will be impeachment hearings beginning early next year, for the simple reason that the Democrat Party stands for nothing else at the moment. The Party’s candidates did not campaign on any policy agenda this year, other than doing nothing more to change the failed Obamacare law and doing nothing to change our failed immigration system. The Democrats have always been really big on doubling down on abject failure, after all.

So, that’s what the next two years of American history are going to be – a long, painful slog in which the Democrats and their fake news media agents do pretty much nothing but try to reverse the results of the 2016 presidential election. There will be no major legislation passed through congress, which is fine with me, given that about 90% of the un-American legacy of Barack Obama has already been done away with in one form or another.

There will be no real budget bills, as the nation goes back to the decade of Harry Reid, in which the government was funded by an ongoing series of continuing resolutions. There will be no more tax cuts – or significant tax increases – no real efforts to reform immigration or healthcare or climate regulations or anything else at the federal level as the Democrat House and Republican Senate play a 24-month game of policy chicken and do little other than raise money for the 2020 campaign.

At some point – probably mid-to-late-2019 – after a seemingly endless series of nationally-televised impeachment hearings by multiple House committees chaired by despicable creeps like New York’s Jerrold Nadler, the Democrats in the House will successfully “impeach” President Trump in a party line vote. Some time after that, the Republicans in the Senate will refuse to remove the President from office, again on a purely party line vote.

It will be an instant replay of 1999, only with the party roles reversed. Then the election campaigns will gear up and dominate the rest of 2019 and all of 2020, as the voters decide who to punish for the two-year fiasco.

It’s key to remember that, after impeaching Bill Clinton in 1999, the Republican Party paid dearly at the polls in 2000, losing their six-year House majority in the process. With President Trump’s public approval ratings holding stubbornly firm at pretty high levels for a president at this point in his first term in office, the Democrats pursue this impeachment strategy at their own risk.

And pursue it they will.  Because they are otherwise bankrupt as a Party.

That is all.

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10 thoughts on “Get Ready for the Coming Impeachment of Donald J. Trump

  1. Jimmy Macafee - December 10, 2018

    The House investigations will be transferred to the Senate; I expect Mark Warner to be running for his life, and Mueller too – collusion with the Ruskies was a Democrapic game. Wonder why the Left is so interested in Khashoggi’s demise, and not so interested in the murder of Seth Rich? Remember that there are a lot of things to be set loose – declass. They’re trying to get POTUS to release them early so that the news will fade (and be ignored by the controlled media) This is a strategy, not just typical bug-eyed hysteria by A.S.
    The new AG will likely use his authority to shut off the spigot to certain NGOs and others who fund the phony press, and the press will have to learn to honestly report the news or go bankrupt. There will be a budget, and there will be much accomplished. WWG1WGA Lots of investigations to open! Kudos to Corsi!

  2. TexanForever Thompson - December 10, 2018

    Schiff and other TDS afflicted Lefties are like witness cats, standing off and watching Mueller and Trump stare each other down. very soon Mueller will make the first move then instantly the cat fight will be on. Fur will fly and blood will flow. The FISA documents will be un-redacted by Trump, and with McGoo Sessions gone the Lib Lefties will be decimated. … Trump knows exactly what he’s doing and is timing the bloodbath for best effect.

    The NWO and TDS snowflakes are in for a knockout blow. … The Trump phenomenon is spreading worldwide. … (popcorn time)

    1. Jimmy Macafee - December 10, 2018

      Nailed it. POTUS has an extraordinary armamentarium at his disposal, and this was a result of a declaration of a state of emergency starting in September of ’01. Uranium One will implicate both Rosenstein and Mueller, in addition to Rosenstein’s complicity in FISA. The FISA court is not amused at being utilized like wet toilet tissue by the Clinton Crime Syndicate, and you will have heard nothing from them – but consider this: what could be illegally utilized by the Syndicate can be used legally against them. Think: legitimate investigation into the illegitimate investigation. FISA is also not happy about being exposed as ignorant and easily lied to by the cabal there are consequences for making them look like imbeciles. (Unless, of course, they actually are imbeciles.)
      Lots of people turned – avoiding the feeding frenzy to avoid being eaten means they have been chumming the waters.

      1. merlintobie - December 10, 2018

        I believe the FISA courts are COMPLICIT in the coup attempt

        Time for Roberts to go (too)

        1. David Blackmon - December 11, 2018

          Yes, yes they are.

  3. maroon - December 10, 2018

    Another point missed by these hacks, even if a campaign violation, it was the lawyer Cohen who made the mistakes. A lawyer is instructed to do something legal, an NDA, and fails to report it as a campaign contribution, it’s not the clients fault. Cohen plead guilty, for a crime that he could have fought. But with bad lawyer advice , and thinking he would get a lesser sentence he agreed to a “felony” charge. Now of course, all those in Congress who paid “hush” money to victims, all should be investigated for undisclosed campaign contributions. It’s such a joke. Another “Smocking” (mocking) gun of nothing!

    1. Jimmy Macafee - December 10, 2018

      The Dems are using the playbook of Col. Michael Aquino: make the enemy think he cannot win, try to reduce his morale. Aquino is a sick pup, (Satanist) but Obama and others (including Jeb and HRC) used his playbook for the nomination, under the guise of “inevitability” – and it only worked in HRCs case because DWS rigged the game. Total failure of a strategy. The prosecution of Cohen is a joke, and Schiff will look like a Lilliputian trying to put out a fire in Gulliver’s hometown when all the (political) fires break out. Cohen may end up being a witness for Corsi later in the game.

  4. BL@KBIRD - December 10, 2018

    Impeachment followed by civil war.

    1. Jimmy Macafee - December 10, 2018

      Won’t get that far, blessedly. But that is always on the table. It was a threat used by Dems in the event Obama was held accountable for any of his myriad of criminal actions; “civil war” was always on their tongues, always in the background.

  5. Jimmy Macafee - December 10, 2018

    Barr none: from Attkisson’s report:

    “Comey says he’s friends with Bill Barr, Trump’s new nominee for Attorney General. Comey says Barr is fit for the job and that he thinks “highly” of him (pp. 92-92).”


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