Noted insurrection enthusiast Hair Füror will become the first Prznint to be impeached twice, and Wee the Peeple seem to be down with that: 56% of Americans want to see Trump removed from office A new poll from Quinnipiac has Lord Damp Nut’s approval at a career low of 33%, a drop of 11 points from their December poll.
This kinda gives the Democrats permission to #ITMFA.
And they are taking it:
Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her leadership team informed members on a private call Monday they will need to return to the Capitol — for many, the first time since the Jan. 6 attacks — on Tuesday night. Impeachment is scheduled for consideration at 9 a.m. Wednesday, if Trump refuses to resign and Vice President Mike Pence won’t initiate other procedures to remove him.
But wait there’s another detail: the House also voted for our walking Termite Buffet and VP Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment, which effectively puts him into the Kobayshi Maru no-win scenario: If Pence 25th Amendmentses (is too a vurb) the Mango-Hued Shitgibbon, the MAGA hoards will continue to pursue him with nooses and a last cigarette, and if he doesn’t then he gets drenched in the blood of the dead and his dreams of national politics is over.
Anyway, it looks like Wednesday will be the impeachment vote day, though Republicans are laughably calling for unity. Darryl Issa (R- Grand Theft Auto), he of benghazi! Benghazi! BENGHAZI!!1! Hearings fame says that the Democrats are overplaying their hands you know because only a handful of people died in the Stupid Coup:
Meanwhile, the FBI warns us that “pro-Trump extremists” (i.e., REPUBLICANS) are planning “armed protests” (burning the Reichstag) at all 50 state capitols from January 16-20, and at the U.S. Capitol from January 17-20.
Our failed political press continues to build lifeboats for the Republicans: Pro-Trump [anything] is giving the Republicans an out. We have to remember that LDN is the distilled essence of the Republican party: he got more 2016 primary votes that ANY candidate in Republican history. Also, describing the events of January 6 as a Riot undermines that it was insurrection.
Don’t let the press get away with this: Write letters to the editors of the news you read, watch, or listen to. Tell them what you think.