News That Will Drive You To Drink

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Dump Trump and the GOP

The Senate voted 56 to 44 to proceed with the trial of twice-impeached LOSER ex-Prznint Stupid, and rejected his lawyers’ argument that impeaching him is unconstitutional.

The Coup Klux Klan has argued that Lord Damp Nut cannot be:

  1. impeached for Ukraine because America should wait for the election
  2. impeached for January 6 because he will soon be out of office
  3. prosecuted while he’s a sitting President
  4. prosecuted afterwards

I am not a lawyer (Imma son-of-a-lawyer) so my legal analysis is probably dumb, but if I were Hair Füror (and thank Dawg I am not!), today’s loyalty-oath vote from the CKK wouldn’t offer me much comfort. And if I were Prznint Stupid, I’d be worried about my legal team. His team of self-proclaimed mobster defenders didn’t counter the House’s arguments, but suggested that the DOJ arrest him instead. That’s some fine lawyering right there!

I’m not tired of So Much Winning!

Now that his you cannot impeach me because I am no longer the president constitutionality gambit has lost, all that is left to argue is what Hair Füror did. And the facts look damning, because they are damning.

LDN has no defense. All he has is GQP party loyalty and I wouldn’t trust those mother effers. Also: Wee the Peeple can see right through the GQP Senators’ cowardice.

Right about now, the GQPers are realizing that they are screwed no matter what they do. Time for bravado

The bottom line: Most Senate Republicans admit that the Democrats’ opening arguments were quite effective, but they don’t think it’s altered their decision.

  • ”I think, actually, the Democrats sent a better team this year than last,” GOP Sen. Roger Wicker told reporters. But “it did not change my mind.”

–Axios email thingie

Now the Senate must vote on the question:”Do his Sedition and Insurrection actions merit a lifetime ban from elected office?”

And because I never miss an opportunity to kick Ayatollah Ted and Proud Boy Lite Josh Hawley: there never would have been anyone to riot against if Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley did not pander to the Red Hats by claiming the election was goddam stolen when they knew it was goddam fair. They should be on trial too.

Let the pretzel twisting begin!

FYI, these Republican senators voted with the Democrats:

  • Susan Collins
  • Bill Cassidy (Cassidy voted “no” when this question was put to the Senate two weeks ago.)
  • Lisa Murkowski
  • Mitt Romney
  • Ben Sasse
  • Pat Toomey

If any of them are your senators, send them a thank-you message. I’m sure that they are not getting many pleasant messages.

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6 Responses to News That Will Drive You To Drink

  1. they should start every day of testimony with that video.

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  2. HarpoSnarx says:

    That powerful and horrific film clip needs to be run on as many stations as many times as possible for 2022. Don’t wait. It’s war isn’t?

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  3. Dennis Cole says:

    After scrivening the chicken bonez, (and a big thanks to KY Col, Harlan C.!), I have been able to discern and ascertain the fact that a lot of those poor Rethugs suffer from the “Golly-wumples,” whereby you’re fried, you’re toast, you’re less than poached, whether you do or don’t, when it comes to the 2022 Primaries.
    Because prolly half your constituents hate tRump, but the other half will hate YOU if you abandon him.

    And it’s interesting to see just how worn-out a coin can become, after being flipped a gazillion times.

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  4. MDavis says:

    ”I think, actually, the Democrats sent a better team this year than last,” GOP Sen. Roger Wicker told reporters. But “it did not change my mind.”

    This used to be “my mind is made up, don’t try to confuse me with the facts.”
    It has so many variations now. To think I used to think it was just the punch line of a lame joke.

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  5. Richard Portman says:

    I took your advice and wrote to my senator Mitt Romney and thanked him for his vote. He and I have a lot disagreements, but at least he still has some values.

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