Bill Clinton a Better Man After Acquittal, Donald Trump a Worse Human Being!

Two decades ago, after being acquitted by the Senate of the charges of lying under oath to a federal grand jury and obstructing justice the normally loquacious President Bill Clinton read a very short statement in the Rose Garden. Clinton was contrite, apologetic and introspective and he said he was humbled and very grateful for the prayers he had gotten from millions of Americans and called for the country to come together.

After President Donald Trump was acquitted of charges that he abused his power and obstructed Congress to aid his own re-election, he reacted in a polar opposite way of the chastened Clinton.

Let’s just say that the stable genius doesn’t do contrition, introspection or apologies. A triumphant, vindictive and petty Trump held court for over an hour in the East Room of the White House before his sycophants and enablers.

Trump did everything but issue an executive order that he would emasculate lead impeachment manager Adam Schiff and banish Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi from Washington D.C. In his stream-of-consciousness rant Trump thanked his most servile supporters and lambasted his fiercest critics, foreshadowing that he will spend the rest of his term exacting revenge.

In the aftermath of the bitter impeachment fight Clinton called for the country to come together, while Trump’s East Room rant only served to further polarize and divide a fractured democracy.

Republican Senators saved Trump from the fate that the deserved: removal from office. It’s now up to the electorate to do the right thing and throw the vengeful racist out of office.

Trump’s Appointment of Ken Starr to His Defense Team Shocks Monica Lewinsky

“This is definitely an ‘are you fucking kidding me?’ kinda day.”

Monica Lewinsky tweet

The mindblowing hypocrisy and unmitigated gall of former independent counsel Ken Starr joining President Donald Trump’s impeachment defense team surprised all of us, but it shocked Monica Lewinsky, the former White House intern and former President Bill Clinton’s favorite humidor to the point that she channeled the short-fingered vulgarian by posting this tweet punctuated with an expletive.  

Lewinsky’s sexual relationship with Slick Willy led to his impeachment in 1998, and it made Starr a conservative darling for heading the investigation.

The former White House intern didn’t explicitly make it clear that her tweet was a reference to the hiring of Starr and his successor as independent counsel, Robert Ray, by Trump’s defense team, but you don’t have to be a rocket scientist, presidential historian or a political pundit to connect the dots.

I feel you Monica, every day since Trump was inaugurated as president of the United States has been an “are you fucking kidding me kinda day.”

We can only hope that our long national nightmare will end sooner rather than later, and the Republican Senators will finally do the right thing and remove Trump from office, leading all of us to exclaim in relief and astonishment:

This is an are you fucking kidding me kinda day!

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Corrupt Trump Pleads Innocence Hours Before Impeachment

Can you believe that I will be impeached today by the Radical Left, Do Nothing Democrats, AND I DID NOTHING WRONG A terrible Thing. Read the Transcripts. This should never happen to another President again. Say a PRAYER!

Donald Trump tweet

Yes, Mr. Trump America believes that you will be impeached today. Since assuming office, you have told thousands of lies, fired off hundreds of toxic tweets, uttered many racist comments and committed dozens of impeachable acts. It was never a question of if, but when the patriots in the Congress would finally say enough is enough, and impeach you.

Mr. Trump you aren’t being impeached by the Radical Left, but by mainstream Democrats who value the rule of law over political expediency. Unfortunately, there isn’t a single Republican in the House of Representatives who values the Constitution over their party and the corrupt president.

Mr. Trump it’s unfair to label the Democrats as “Do Nothing Democrats”, the Democrat-controlled House has passed many bills that have died in the Republican-controlled Senate.

List of important bills that have died in the Senate:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_bills_in_the_116th_United_States_Congress

Mr. Trump it’s patently absurd to declare that you’ve done nothing wrong. You abused your power and obstructed Congress is an ill-advised scheme to bribe Ukraine into interfering in the 2020 election.

Mr. Trump, I’ve read the summary of your infamous phone call, and it clearly depicts a quid pro quo. In fact, the summary of the phone call between the president of Ukraine and the president of the United States, is the is the most damning piece of evidence in the case against you.

Mr. Trump if the next president, whether he is a Republican or Democrat, attempts to bribe another country to interfere in our election for his political benefit I hope he’s also impeached.

Mr. Trump, I am indeed praying that’s our democracy will survive your execrable administration, and that the next president will restore the rule of law and restore the greatness of America.

Trump Will be Impeached by the House and Acquitted by the Senate. It’s Up to the Electorate to Kick Him Out of Office

The impending impeachment of President Donald Trump is the strongest rebuke that the House of Representatives can meet out to a president, a permanent stain on his already dubious legacy, and an asterisk next to his name in the history books.

As sure as the sun rises in the east and sets in the west, the Republican controlled Senate will acquit Trump. The impeachment of the stable genius won’t be a restraint on his unbridled speech, immoral behavior or authoritarian tendencies.

On the contrary, Trump’s acquittal by his sycophants in the Senate will embolden him. The buffoon-in-chief will rightly conclude that he is above the law, and that he is beholden to no man and no rule of law including the constitution.

When the Senate votes to acquit Trump, a precedent will be set in stone: a president can do anything to win reelection and he can do anything to avoid accountability.

Trump will be impeached by the House, acquitted by the Senate, and if he is reelected, he will make the first term version of himself look like a paragon of virtue.

Trump will be insufferable in 2020, he will spike the football, brag about how he was exonerated by the Senate, and ridicule the hapless Democrats.

It’s incumbent upon the electorate to issue their verdict, and kick the corrupt, immoral, racist, degenerate buffoon out of office.

Republican Senators Don’t Have Integrity and Courage to Remove Trump From Office

The publicly known facts about President Trump’s interactions with Ukraine support a case for impeachment based on abuse of presidential power. Abuse of power has been a constant theme in the Trump administration, the Ukraine bribery scandal is only the latest and most blatant example.

The transcripts released from key firsthand witnesses in the impeachment inquiry support a case for impeachment based on abuse of presidential power. The summary of the phone conversation between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky clearly depicts a quid pro quo: Ukraine would receive military aid in exchange for investigating Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden.

This week the public phase of the impeachment hearings begin, and the electorate will hear from William Taylor the top diplomat in Ukraine, George Kent the deputy assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs and Marie Yovanovitch the former U.S ambassador to Ukraine. These three witnesses have already testified behind closed doors that Trump’s surrogates withheld military aid to Ukraine, that had been approved by Congress and vetted by the Department of Defense, until Ukraine agreed to investigate the Bidens and the ludicrous conspiracy theory that it was Ukraine and not Russia that interfered in the 2016 presidential election.

In a sane world facts would prevail and the impeachment hearings in the House would conclude with an overwhelming majority of Democrats and Republicans voting to impeach Trump based on presidential abuse of power and obstruction of justice.

But we don’t live in a sane world, and facts don’t matter, and the right-wing ecosystem of talk radio, Fox News and conservative web sites will create false narratives to protect Trump. They will create alternative facts and promulgate conspiracy theories that depict Trump as a patriotic and powerful president who is the victim of a witch hunt by socialist Democrats.

Truth will not prevail, at least not in the short term and although Trump will be impeached by the House he won’t be removed from office by the Republican-controlled Senate.

But we mustn’t become pessimistic and fatalistic, Republican senators don’t have the courage and integrity to remove Trump from office, but we the American public must kick him to the curb on November 2020.

Donald Trump Relying on His Tweets to Save Him From Being Impeached and Removed From Office

Most Twitter subscribers use the popular social media platform to promote their businesses, keep in touch with acquaintances and friends or to dabble in politics or hobbies. Their lives don’t revolve around Twitter, it’s merely one of several social media sites they turn to when they are bored.

Then there’s Donald Trump, the tweeter-in-chief, the short-fingered vulgarian is addicted to Twitter, his presidency can’t survive without it. Trump uses Twitter to issue major announcements, whether it’s staff firings, troop withdrawals or new policy initiatives. The stable genius uses Twitter to energize his base, ostracize his political opponents, and to defend himself from the scandals that are always engulfing his administration. 

Trump has killed the daily White House briefing, he prefers to be his own communications chief. He prefers to field reporters’ shouted questions himself from the Oval Office in front of the noisy presidential helicopter, which makes it difficult for reporters to ask follow-up questions.

Trump has used Twitter to dictate and dominate the news cycle, and with the impeachment process moving into the public phase this week, he is tweeting at a fever pitch. He is confronting the existential threat to his presidency largely alone, relying on his Twitter feed to save his presidency.

Trump’s base eats up his inane and incoherent tweets, but his strategy of relying on his tweets to sway public opinion to his side will fail miserably with the electorate.

Trump can fire off thousands of tweets, but they won’t save him from being impeached by the House, and there’s even a slight chance they won’t save him from being removed from office by the Senate.

If Trump is Impeached Would a Pence Presidency be any Better?

President Donald Trump is melting down under the  heat of a serious impeachment inquiry, Democrats are emboldened and some Republicans are beginning to entertain the possibility, however remote, of Mike Pence becoming the 46th President of the United States.

Even though the evidence is overwhelming that Trump committed bribery and obstructed justice in the Ukraine whistleblower  scandal, the odds that a two-thirds majority of a Republican-controlled Senate would remove Trump from office are slim to none.

But events are moving at warp speed and momentum may lead to the unimaginable: enough Republican senators succumb to a mountain of evidence that Trump committed impeachable offenses, and they act like statesmen, put country over party and remove Trump from power.

Humor me and try to imagine a Pence presidency: on the plus side obscene tweets and toxic comments would be replaced by innocuous  thoughts and sanctimonious prayers and trysts with porn stars and Playboy bunnies would be replaced with prayer sessions with Franklin Graham and Robert Jeffress.

Some devout Muslims get prayer bumps on the forehead due to the friction generated by repeated contact of the forehead with the prayer mat during daily prayers; Pence the devout evangelical gets a brown nose by repeated contact of his nose with Trump’s rectum during his daily devotions.

Therefore I suspect little will change,  a sniveling little man who was obsequious to a tyrant won’t suddenly turn into a champion of the poor and disenfranchised when he assumes power.

Immigrants, minorities, gays and lesbians, and women will still be treated like dirt under a Pence administration, the only difference is that the new boss who is same as the old boss, will say a benediction before signing a bill that screws them over.

Donald Trump Won’t Stop Tweeting Until a Hero Chops Off His Tiny Hands

“One day after swearing in a new chief of staff, President Trump has a message for the world: He won`t stop tweeting.

`Only the Fake News Media and Trump enemies want me to stop using Social Media (110 million people),` Trump said in a post Tuesday. `Only way for me to get the truth out!`”

USA TODAY

Donald Trump wouldn`t recognize the truth if it bit off his tiny pecker and flushed it down the toilet.

This tweet is another one in the endless series of lies that emanate from the White House. It`s not only Trump`s enemies (which are legion) that want him to stop tweeting, most Americans want him to stop utilizing social media.

According to a recent YouGov poll a total of 58% of respondents said they thought Trump`s use of Twitter was inappropriate compared to just 25% saying it was appropriate. A further 17% said they were not sure.

Trump`s tweet seems to be a warning that the new sheriff in town, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, won`t be able to curb his obsession with Twitter.

I`m sure he won`t, Trump will be tweeting until the glorious day when he`s impeached and removed from office.

Click link to read more:

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2017/08/01/after-hiring-new-chief-staff-trump-pledges-keep-tweeting/528553001/

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Majority of Americans Would Give Up Alcohol to See Donald Trump Impeached

“Donald Trump`s presidency has caused stress and anxiety in Americans across the country, many of whom have opted to offset their worries with an extra glass of wine or two or shots of whiskey from time to time. But as it turns out, the majority of citizens say they would quit drinking alcohol tomorrow if it meant the president would be impeached.

Nearly 73 percent of Democrats and 17 percent of Republicans said they would abstain from alcohol for the rest of their lives if they could see the official political process begin to remove Trump, according to a Detox.net survey of 1,013 men and women nationwide.

The latest data set showing support for Trump`s impeachment-an exhaustive political process that includes no definite promise of his removal-comes at a time when multiple Democratic lawmakers are drafting articles of impeachment and at some point could bring them to the floor of Congress.”

Newsweek

The alcoholism rate has skyrocketed (my personal observation) since Donald Trump assumed office, the only way that a rational human being can endure Trump`s tweets, incoherent babbling, and crude behavior is by getting wasted.

The majority of Americans would abstain from alcohol for the rest of their lives if the long and arduous impeachment process began, although we might turn to a controlled substance until the vulgar short-fingered buffoon is finally impeached and removed from office.

I would give up all of my vices, which shall remain unnamed, for the rest of my life if the House drafts articles of impeachment. In fact, in a vow that`s sure to please all of my haters, I would give up writing if the orange fascist was impeached.

But until the moron is impeached we will keep our liquor cabinets well stocked with whiskey and gin.

Read More: http://www.newsweek.com/democrats-quit-drinking-so-donald-trump-impeached-survey-629110

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Donald Trump Should be Impeached Sooner Rather Than Later

The Trump administration is mired in scandal, the Republican legislative agenda is in paralysis, while the president`s surrogates try to manage the chaos by issuing statements that are contradicted by the Twitterer-in-chief in the same news cycle.

The Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, the Majority Leader of the Senate Mitch McConnell, and the rest of the GOP leaders are in a perpetual state of anguish over the pandemonium swirling around the White House, but Trump who thrives in turmoil calmly tweets in the Oval Office, creating even more trouble for his handlers and advisers.

Trump could very well survive four or even eight years of scandals and controversy without suffering a heart attack or a mental breakdown, but the Republican Party, our democracy and the American people can`t endure this madness for much longer.

Trump has been in office for only four months, but the evidence is already overwhelming that he is temperamentally unfit, and intellectually incapable of being president. Trump has relied on his intuition in his career as a businessman, he has basically “winged it,” and that has led to as many bankruptcies as great deals.

But you can`t “wing it” as commander-in-chief of the greatest military in the world, without risking Armageddon. Many Democrats are praying and hoping that next year they will regain control of Congress, and be in position to impeach Trump.

But we simply can`t wait that long, it`s incumbent upon Republicans to value our country over party and begin impeachment proceedings. The bombshell news that Trump asked then FBI Director James Comey to drop his investigation of former national security adviser Michael Flynn may finally motivate them to do the right thing.

The longer Trump remains in power the more irreparable harm he will inflict on the GOP and our country, it`s in the best interests of Republicans, Democrats and our democracy for Trump to be impeached sooner rather than later.

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