Discussion in 'Φ QANON & POLITICS' started by Rose, Nov 8, 2019.
During a press gaggle on the second day of the Senate impeachment trial, Rep. Jim Jordan eviscerated the credibility of Rep. Adam Schiff in front of the media. Rather than speaking for hours and actually saying nothing, like Rep. Schiff has been doing for the last two days, Rep. Jordan was able to lay out the case for why Rep. Schiff should never be trusted even as a pizza delivery boy in under a minute.
The media should take note that when actual evidence of wrongdoing is present, it does not take three days of continually repeating the same statements that you have been saying for the last three months.
“We’re supposed to believe Adam Schiff today and everything he’s saying? This is the guy who said, ‘We have more than circumstantial evidence that there was coordination between Trump and Russia, and Russia influenced the election.’ That turned out to be false. Adam Schiff said that the Nunes was false. Michael Horowitz told us no it wasn’t; it was exactly right. Adam Schiff said you can trust the FISA court. Michael Horowitz said last month that no, you can’t; they lied to the FISA court 17 times. Adam Schiff told us we look forward to hearing from the whistleblower. Adam Schiff said we’ve had no contact with the whistleblower. Then just yesterday, the story where he misrepresents to all of you … that Mr. Z is Mr. Zelensky, when in fact it was Mr. Zlochevsky. But today we’re supposed to believe him? He just talked for two hours, 15 minutes, and we’re supposed to believe everything he said today, in spite of that history, where seven important things he had exactly wrong!?… That’s the kind of game that they’re playing here, and, again, I think that the American people see through it all.”
With Schiff’s desire to be a film writer, and the media’s encouragement, it seems he likely is viewing himself as Mel Gibson’s Braveheart character. Unfortunately for him, he actually is Bill Murray’s character in Caddyshack.
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The Snake with the Mustache
Trump Defense Counsel Ken Starr said impeachment Is ‘Hell,’ and like war, it is a bad habit to be kicked.
That was enough to inspire this cartoon. War is a bad habit, and John Bolton is a warmonger. He wanted war with Iran in particular and was frustrated when President Trump reined him in at every turn. Now he wants to use the impeachment proceedings as a means to shamelessly hype his new book and hit back at Trump.
We now see Bolton’s true neocon turncoat colors. In Dante’s “Inferno,” there was a special circle in Hell for such traitors. Bolton has penned a book that lambasts the president and accuses him of using a ‘quid pro quo’ arrangement with Ukraine in order to get Joe Biden investigated. Trump denies it, but even if true it’s not impeachable. It’s the president’s job to prevent corruption and Biden is corrupt as they come.
Bolton’s fellow turncoat, Mitt Romney, and a handful of Republicans are expressing a willingness to hear Bolton as a witness. That opens a clown car door and we’ll see who knows how many witnesses for both sides. The impeachment hell could drag on even longer, and that’s not good for our country.
Deep State partisans with Trump Derangement Syndrome shouldn’t get to decide whether or not Trump gets a second term. It shouldn’t hinge on a white mustache. That decision should be left to American citizens in November.
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