University of Utah professor Christopher L. Peterson, was the first to call for the impeachment of Donald Trump—before he was even elected.
And we all know that the Big Women’s March staged the day after Trump’s inauguration had to have been in the works for a very long time.
Impossible to organize millions to take to the streets worldwide, overnight. The number of marchers wearing the march’s symbolic pink p***y caps told the tale of long-time planning and organization.
That the ‘Impeach Trump’ chant far surpassed Hillary Clinton detractors’ ‘Lock Her Up’ ones is further proof of the Democrat’s obsession with impeaching Trump as their main means of delegitimizing his presidency.
The wall of protection against the possible impeachment of Hillary Clinton was never there for Donald J. Trump.
Starting—and possibly ending—with outgoing former President Barack Hussein Obama.
During the 2016 election campaign, Obama showed no qualms about openly mocking Republicans who were calling for Clinton’s impeachment.
“She hasn’t even been elected yet!” was his mocking retort.
‘Impeach Trump’ became a progressive obsession around 3 a.m., Nov. 9, 2017 when there could no longer be any doubt that Hillary Clinton had lost the election.
Believing in their own polls and newspaper headlines that showed a Clinton victory as inevitable; convinced that their myriad election frauds would guarantee Obama a 3rd term through Clinton’s win, the progressives were now up against it.
Was it protocol that allowed the Obamas to appear as fair-play good sports in their flying off to Palm Springs, California?
Was Obama trying for sportsman-like conduct in the iconic, changing of the guard White House transition declaring:”In 10 days, the world will witness a hallmark of democracy, the peaceful transition of power from one freely-elected president to the next”?
It was, like so many other of his public appearances, only a well-rehearsed gig, because Obama went on to carry on the undercover ‘Battle of Resistance’, headquartered with his wife and Valerie Jarrett at a mansion within easy walking distance of the White House.
In time, the absurd Congress woman Maxine Waters would carry on the ‘Impeach Trump’ obsession on Obama’s behalf.
It’s got to be a sick joke that ‘Impeach Trump’ advocate Nancy Pelosi is now saying that proof of Trump’s guilt not just “not liking his hair” will be needed to bring him down.
“House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) appeared to admonish Democrats who were calling for the impeachment of President Trump for spurious reasons. She made the comments during a town hall event by CNN Monday. (RealClearPolitics, May 15, 2017)
“…You’re talking about impeachment,” she said, “you’re talking about ‘what are the facts.’ Not, ‘I don’t like him,’ and ‘I don’t like his hair,’ what are the facts? ‘I don’t like what he said about this’ – what are the facts that you would make a case on?”
“What are the rules that he may have violated?” she asked. “If you don’t have that case, you’re just participating in more hearsay. And that’s not the basis of — and we owe the American people just some stability in all of this.”
“This is the time where he’s supposed to be having his honeymoon – what a marriage!” she joked, to some laughter from the audience.”
For 18 months, not liking Trump’s hair, nor the color of orange foisted upon him by the likes of public figure Glenn Beck, who plunged his face into a bowl of Cheetos, has been the way Trump has been physically described by politicians and the mainstream media.
Progressives, it would seem, are good at gossip and personal insults, but absolute failures on attacking Trump with actual facts.
In the end the attacks on Trump are more hideous than the cartoon character they try to foist on the duly elected PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
It’s time for Obama, Clinton, Waters and Pelosi to bury their lying faces in a big bowl of Cheetos.
Not only do they hate Trump—and obsessively seek to impeach him—they are spreading their hatred and impeachment plans on to the rest of the world.
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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, and Glenn Beck.
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