Category Archives: Democrats

Is This Impeachment Procession To The Senate Solemn Enough For Ya?

Constitution, Democrats, Donald Trump, Founding Fathers

Dumb Dems delivering articles of Impeachment to the Senate. Another moment in the farce they’ve tried so hard to turn into a “solemn,” faith-filled, Founders-invoked event.  This from the party of faith-hating, Founding Fathers disparaging, Constitution-defying hypocrites.

The Faces Of Justice Democrats, Who Herald ‘The Death of The Old America …’

Democrats, Justice, Multiculturalism, Politics, The State

Waleed Shahid, pictured, is a Justice Democrat spokesman. In a pinned tweet, he heralds the coming “death of the old America, and the birth of a new America.”

Among their policy objectives, Justice Democrats count  penal abolition, and universal everything, including the right of the universe to live in the USA, to enjoy a federally guaranteed job, universal healthcare and education. (Some of the aims of Justice Democrats, like a cessation to recreational wars and drug decriminalization, comport with libertarianism.)

To hasten that goal, Shahid targets voters in districts that are “majority non-white and economically diverse.” Justice Democrats like him hope “to mobilise infrequent voters in the less-white and less-rich parts of the district to vote,” so as to, presumably, bring about the desired change. The JD has the “experience, the infrastructure, the people and the coaching” to achieve transformative results.

Jamaal Bowman: Green New Deal, Medicare for All.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is another familiar Justice,  “death of the old America, and the birth of a new America” Democrat.

Ayanna Pressley among the SQUAD, all Justice Democrats:

Morgan Harper:

The Economist contends, however, that mainstream Democrats are still in control, do not seek to challenge Democratic incumbents, and that “the freshmen representatives who gave the House its Democratic majority were mostly moderates from swing districts.”

Awful Adam Schiff Thinks ‘We Are All Ukrainians Now’

Constitution, Democrats, Donald Trump, Ethics, Foreign Aid, Russia

He was throwing out Ukrainian names like they were American national heroes, familiar to all.

He is Adam Schiff, Democrat from California, and chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.

Trump’s rap sheet as recounted by this colossal moron:

Trump withheld a White House meeting from Ukraine. OMG!

Trump failed to release aid to an incorrigibly corrupt Ukraine for a sorry few hours. OMG!

Trump linked aid to an obstacle course the recipient country, Ukraine, needed to traverse.  The outrage!

Imagine not squandering taxpayer funds as fast as Congress instructed Trump to!

That, apparently, put America’s national security in peril. OMG, again.

Trump, cries Schiff, doesn’t give a flying f-ck about Ukraine. Here’s a little secret: Most Americans don’t give a tinker’s toss about Ukraine.  Trump voters, at the very least, want peace with Russia; they don’t wish to fight Ukraine’s wars.

Trump only sweats the Big Stuff, bleats Schiff. A Big-Idea president? We can’t have that.

Spoiler alert: We voted for a Big-Idea president. MAGA, America First, less immigration: Those are Big Ideas.

I’ll tell you what puts our very lives in peril, Adam Schiff, you colossal moron: poking the Russian bear. Some serious Russia experts even warn of a nuclear conflagration because of America’s Russia monomania.

Laughable Impeachment: Libertarians (The Good Kind) LOVE Undermining Foreign Aid

Constitution, Democrats, Donald Trump, Ethics, Foreign Aid, Government, Law, Natural Law, Republicans

President Donald Trump will be impeached and then tried and acquitted. That’s the platform on which the Democrats are running a presidential campaign.

As to the substance of the articles of impeachment against President Trump:

First up is “Trump’s actions regarding Ukraine.”

At the behest of Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state, Devin Nunes, the highest-ranking Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, and with the active participation of Vice-President Mike Pence, and Mick Mulvaney, the chief of staff—the Office of Management and Budget implemented a hold on Ukraine’s assistance funds.

What’s not to like about a hold on foreign aid? It was a short-lived hold, but it was good while it lasted.

What we libertarians don’t like is that the funds were eventually released to Ukraine. No matter what, libertarians want to see foreign aid imperiled in any way possible, for as long as possible, preferably for good.

By contrast, the Beltway libertarians, the ones Tucker Carlson entertains, will map the ins-and-outs of the impeachment with the fastidiousness of a government bureaucrat. And they’ll go into the weeds of the Ukraine affair, what the Democrats and their supporters are calling “a sprawling, months-long campaign spearheaded by Rudy Giuliani, Mr Trump’s personal lawyer.”

From where I’m perched, it’s a big yawn. “Impeachment [Is] Uninteresting To A Certain Kind Of Libertarian“:

Democrat or Republican initiated, impeachment as we’ve come to know it intimately, showcases the might of the American Administrative State in all its muscular display of extra-constitutional powers. There is nothing constitutional, and very little that is naturally licit, in this process, despite all the “solemn” references to the poor, unused document.

The second part of the Democrats’ report, leading up to the drawing up of articles of impeachment, entailed Trump and his “officials declining to take part in the impeachment inquiry …”

The report argues that Mr Trump’s blanket refusal is unprecedented—Andrew Johnson, Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton all complied with House requests for information—and that such defiance represents “an existential threat to the nation’s constitutional system of checks and balances…and rule of law”.

Did you hear that? This is midriff-splitting funny.

Trump defying a corrupt and ossified body (that gave America one unjust, criminal war after the other) is said to constitute “an existential threat to the nation’s constitutional system of checks and balances…and rule of law.

To libertarians, the good kind, that idea that congress represents some sort of bulwark against a mortal, existential danger is just uproariously funny.

  • Image is Adam Schiff courtesy “Cowdog