Good job, welcome to the 99% of people not spazzing out here.Me neither.
They're going to issue as many pretend subpoenas as they can when it drops and then scream and point to that judge's ruling, even though the fake trial is still fake. Every MSM outlet will blast it out for the next 4 days.Good job, welcome to the 99% of people not spazzing out here.
So... What's the play here, as far as the Horowitz report goes? Do they think it'll deflate the repubs case, and wait till it comes out to send impeachment to the Senate (or, more sensibly, weasel out with a lesser judgement)?
Or will they expect the report to be bad, thus vote to impeach before it comes out? That's kinda what their strategy seems to have been so far.
I also wonder, are they themselves doing some 4d chess, keep the ridiculous circus front and center while they do something in the background?
I'm still a bit mystified on the Dems strategy here. Desperation helps explain, to a point. Are they really under the impression that their cheerleaders represent a meaningful amount of people? Is this all a desperate attempt to keep legal trouble off their people, so who cares if they look foolish?
>CouldHave hope, Resistance! Cry in anguish, Trumptards! Because a heroic federal judge has stepped up, to remind Trump that he isn't a king!
A recent court ruling could open the floodgates and let Congress haul in all of Trump's allies who have refused to testify in the impeachment inquiryA federal judge ruled that the former White House counsel Don McGahn must testify in the impeachment inquiry, adding that "presidents are not kings."amp.businessinsider.com
A recent court ruling could open the floodgates and let Congress haul in all of Trump's allies who have refused to testify in the impeachment inquiry
I don't think so, he's still pretty insightful, and considering how uncertain I was about the 2016 election, I can understand why so many people were uncertain about Trump. It was a few weeks before the vote that I decided to vote for Trump, my thoughts were not for how good he was, but I was going to vote for him and accept whatever happened. That he turned out to be a good president was an unexpected pleasure, but I understand why so many were uncertain about him. I read P.J.'s work since then and I still believe he's an excellent writer and comedian.I read one of his newer columns several months ago and it was just sad. He's not funny, he's not clever, and he's not insightful. And yes, he's Never-Trump. Never Trumper publications are the only ones who'll pay him.
it's racist of you to reference greek mythology instead of the illustrious , you're obviously a nazi and hillary clinton will send a death squad after you once she is elected.Or Sisyphus.
What? What? I don't understand this at all. Is this bizarro world in which they're actually just pretending this is all the republican's fault? What???
Why won't Trump do the right thing and try to repeal posse comitatus. Spin it as a racist law passed by democrats to stop using federal soldiers from protecting freed slaves after the Civil War. And then use them to guard the border or clean out the gang infected areas. Blacks love big federal government when it comes to civil rights laws.How dare they not just roll over and die like they did for the past 2 decades.
Did they just try the "We have never been at war with Eurasia, we've always been at war with Eastasia" trick?