On Trump, Impeachment 2.0 and the Media

Folks, I keep hearing all these accusations that the President needs to be impeached again, even though he’s done in ten days. I saw that RINO squish, Pat Toomey, a Republican Senator, has piled-on to the idea—likely to get some favorable press from the media.

Anyway, the short version of the article is that we don’t know exactly what Trump did…until Nancy Pelosi and her comrades decide what to accuse him of (guess we have to pass the bill to know what’s really in it) but we are promised that its really bad, just wait and see.

Gee, what happened to the ideas that people are responsible for their own actions? Oh, wait, I found out in the article that such a concept as personal responsibility is a racist, white privilege idea. Don’t believe me, then how else would a so-called journalist come up with this one sentence paragraph?

A violent and largely white mob of Trump supporters overpowered police, broke through security lines and rampaged through the Capitol on Wednesday, forcing lawmakers to scatter as they were putting the final, formal touches on Biden’s victory over Trump in the Electoral College.

Republican Sen. Pat Toomey says President Trump committed ‘impeachable offenses’

Given the above paragraph what conclusion can a reasonable person—if any exist anymore—come to but this, Trump is guilty of everything because enough minorities didn’t storm the Capitol? Afterall, violent mobs of minorities burning business districts, shooting people, and dragging them out of their cars and beating the crap out of them, is not even newsworthy in Seattle, Milwaukee, and other Democrat run cities.

Secondly, Trump got more minority votes in this last election than any other Republican in the history of the country. In fact, that is why so many dead and nonexistent voters had to be manufactured by Democrats to steal the election.

Oh, the article also informs us that this urgent impeachment move can’t even go to the Senate until after Joe Biden is sworn into office.

If the House decided to impeach, the soonest the Senate could begin an impeachment trial under the current calendar would be Jan. 20, Inauguration Day.

Ok, so check out this timeline for January 20th, the Senate never does anything before about 10 AM and the Inauguration begins about noon so that leaves the Senate two hours to hear the charges against Trump, debate the matter, and hold a vote before heading over to be seen on TV while Joe takes the oath of office. Nothing happens that fast in Washington; however, you won’t see a single article on what a waste of time all this talk of impeachment is because its not the right narrative.

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