Biden is willfully flouting his constitutional obligation to protect Americans from an invasion, and is thus committing treason
THE IDIOT Republicans are investigating the Hunter “Baaaden” affair, to imitate the repetitive intonations emitted by Fox News’ Australian journalist, about the ‘Baaaden’ laptop.
Don’t be misled into this dummies-and-ditto-heads dead-end, folks. This is vintage lightweight, GOP tit-for-tat distraction.
The Hunter Baaden preoccupation amounts to, “They (Democrats) do January 6; we (Republicans) hack away at—or hit back with—Hunter Biden’s laptop from hell.”
YOU (Deplorables) gain nothing from such a foray.
It’s zero-sum for us the people.
Legal scholar Jonathan Turley, whom I respect, disagrees. However, Turley operates within the philosophical parameters of the state. By and large, professor Turley believes in the integrity of American institutions, and is confident that one party is probably more righteous than the other. When out-of-sync, the good professor is sure that a congressional committee, led by the right people, can right matters.
Wrong. Not for nothing do we call IT the Deep State.
If The GOP were seriously working for We The Deplorable People, they’d pursue First Principles driven congressional oversight. They’d duly summons Biden for a hearing charging that by intentionally leaving the Southern border wide-open and unguarded—in effect inviting the world to invade our country—Biden is willfully flouting his constitutional obligation to protect Americans from such depredations, and is thus committing treason.
The obligation of a Republican congressional majority is to pursue oversight by investigating and prosecuting a flagrant violation by the president of his constitutional obligation to defend the USA and its people from invasions.
OH, AND INVESTIGATING THE ORIGINS OF THE COVID VIRUS is the worst distraction. Don’t start me on the American COVID criminal class: Media, medical, corporate, state. What dangerous, deranged, demented, criminally negligent cretins, who never pay for their crimes.
With few exceptions such as Governors Ron DeSantis (Florida) and Kristi Noem (South Dakota), Republican politicians failed to uphold the natural rights of their constituents during the COVID onslaught.
“Self-Ownership And The Right To Reject The Pharma-State’s Hemlock,” written on October 28, 2021, the Republican case against the sundering of constitutional and natural rights was summed up in all its cavernous emptiness
“Republicans prattle about religious exemptions (state granted!) and natural-immunity based exemptions (state granted!) from the Covid jab—but they have not the faintest urge to defend the natural, God-given right of self-ownership.”
Any investigation that strays from such fundamentals is the GOP pulling one over Deplorables.
That the GOP is already falling flat on this front is all the more jarring given Republicans’ abject failure to deliver as promised in the midterms.