Article claims that Democrats will definitely impeach Donald Trump, they just don’t want to talk about it until after the election.

By |2018-09-11T16:05:55-08:00September 11th, 2018|Categories: Front Page, News|Tags: , , , , , |15 Comments

This is courtesy of opinion writer Charlie Kirk, and was posted on The Hill yesterday: 

Democrats will impeach President Trump if they win a majority in November, no matter how much their leaders try to pretend otherwise.

The Democrat leadership is doing its utmost to play down the prospect of impeaching the President. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said in June that impeachment is “not the path the party should go on,” claiming it’s a “divisive issue” and “not a priority.”

Of course, the only reason impeachment is “not a priority” for Pelosi is because the Democrat leadership fears that the threat of impeachment will galvanize Republican voters to flock to the polls in droves in order to defend President Trump.

Another concern for Democrats is the support of independents, which will be crucial for them to regain the majority on the House in November — and independents don’t particularly like impeachment talk.

So when Nancy Pelosi says impeachment is not a priority, what she really means is that it’s not a priority at the moment.

The piece goes on to say that the Dems really don’t have any choice since 80% of their base want impeachment to happen and if they fail it will likely cost them in 2020. 

I actually tend to agree with this and think Kirk is dead on in his assessment,

What’s more, I do not think that the opposition is at all fooled by the tactics of the Democratic leadership not to mention it. 

Not only has Trumped mentioned on multiple occasions that this will happen if the Democrats win enough seats in the 2018 election, but other GOP pundits are also assuming that this will be the case. 

I also believe it has to happen, but before we start moving in that direction I would just like for there to be a plan in place for handling President Pence. 

You know what I’m saying?

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  1. Anon September 11, 2018 at 7:00 am

    Two of the most well researched and insightful books on the reasons behind the 2016 election are The Fall of Wisconsin and TheGreat Alignment. Although different in scope, one focuses on a single state, the other on nationwide trends, they offer contrasting — but not contradictory — explanations.

    National Realignment & Scott Walker>”Walker’s victory was the result of a carefully planned, well financed effort by conservative, anti-union organizations. These groups included the Koch Brothers, Americans for Prosperity, ALEC (the American Legislative Exchange Council) and the Bradley Foundation. The last group, based in Milwaukee, has assets of more than $850 million and spends large sums on “weaponized philanthropy.”

    “Kaufman notes that “entrenched conservative control” of Wisconsin’s state government has already damaged the state’s public schools and university system.

    Kaufman states “the cost of the conservative war on Wisconsin’s political legacy has been mostly borne by the state’s citizens.”

  2. anony September 11, 2018 at 7:10 am

    Indeed, once drump is gone, pence must be removed too. He is guilty also. The whole bunch of liars must go.

  3. anonymous September 11, 2018 at 7:12 am

    He bragged about himself, and He lied. ““Donald Trump called into WWOR radio and he said, ‘I guess my building is the tallest now,’”
    today>tinydjt tweet>“We have found nothing to show collusion between President Trump & Russia, absolutely zero, but every day we get more documentation showing collusion between the FBI & DOJ, the Hillary campaign, foreign spies & Russians, incredible.” @SaraCarterDC @LouDobbs
    3:08 AM – Sep 11, 2018


    • Anonymous September 11, 2018 at 3:56 pm

      “don’t let Trump’s glorious heroism blind you to the courage of others’ contributions, like the important work Brett Kavanaugh did following 9/11/01, like when he helped frame thinking on how completely the Bush administration could screw Muslims in the USA (which he may have lied about in judicial confirmation hearings). Also, too, as early as October 2001, Kavanaugh was helping with plans to limit compensation of 9/11 victims to just $500,000, as the New York Daily News reported at the end of August.

      As Congress was debating the parameters of the fund, Kavanaugh wrote to Bush aide Kristen Silverberg on Oct. 14, 2001, that questions were being raised about “3 aspects of our proposal” including a “$500,000 cap.””

  4. 10 YEAR$ September 11, 2018 at 7:59 am

    OT 666pence for the next decade

    ““I think of the culture of these two gentlemen: One is totally secular in his life. And his lifestyle is not pious and religious in any form. The other one seems very pious, very evangelical, I would think moral by his terms. What do they got in common these two guys?”


    “Pence might, and some people say he does believe, that he’s in constant communication with God ask that God wants him to be president. Therefore, anything Mr. Pence does that advances his presidential prospect pleases God. If you have that line of reasoning, then you could see why nothing he does is really degrading. It’s God’s will.”

    ““What do you think the vice president is going to do — stick around for as many terms as he can get?” “Of course.”

  5. FYI September 11, 2018 at 8:06 am
  6. Anonymous September 11, 2018 at 8:59 am

    Well, geez. If that’s the game plan why put it out there for all to see G? Talk about spoiler alert. And to this day, I want to know who is Trump’s supporters? I’ve met a few smelly loudmouthed fat cab drivers that swear that one day democrats will be a thing of the past but that’s also the democrat’s wet dream that one day there won’t be a Republican. Purple was always my favorite color.

  7. anonymous September 11, 2018 at 9:35 am

    “Republicans will not check this man; instead they have aligned themselves even further with him in the lead up to the 2018 midterms, even going so far as to enable him to appoint a second, this time unvetted already proven liar to a life time place on the highest court in the land. Yes, this man, the one who authored these tweets.

    The one who is not well, the one who is so clearly unfit for office, the one they should be seeking to impeach rather than enable.”

  8. Anonymous September 11, 2018 at 12:35 pm

    Personally I think they are waiting for Mueller’s report, might as well have all the dirt on the treasonous moron in the WH before beginning impeachment hearings.

  9. souse:D September 11, 2018 at 3:16 pm

    “They haven’t seen anything like what’s coming at us in 25, 30 years maybe ever it’s tremendously big and tremendously wet.”

  10. Anonymous September 11, 2018 at 5:38 pm

    OT/’Former House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) told an audience in 2016 that the Texas Republican is “Lucifer in the flesh”’

  11. 2020 September 11, 2018 at 5:45 pm

    “The campaign, led by progressive activist Ady Barkan and two state progressive groups, Mainers for Accountable Leadership and the Maine People’s Alliance, asked donors to give $20.20 apiece to oust Collins if she votes yes. If she votes no, the money will be refunded.”

  12. Gaydar September 12, 2018 at 2:47 pm

    ““Tucker, you know I LOVE YOU, but when you were talking about leaders who hate our country, I don’t think there are any leaders out there who hate our country, except in foreign lands perhaps. I think there are people who may have all the wrong ideas about how it should be governed, but I don’t think they hate our country and I don’t really think it strengthens the case to say that they do.”<Bud Sex Buds!

  13. Anonymous September 13, 2018 at 5:25 pm

    Impeach Kavanaugh first.

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