Meanwhile, the witch, who talks to the dead and lies to the living, still hovers over the White House

The ‘Desperation of the Democrats in Exile’

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The ‘Desperation of the Democrats in Exile’ is getting more surrealistic by day.

During the 2016 presidential campaign It was failed contender Hillary Clinton who convinced fellow progressives and most of he mainstream media that Donald Trump was “unfit” to serve as U.S. president.

The railings of Hillary, Hollywood and the media were largely ignored by a voting public who turned to Trump for relief from her and her mentor, Barack Obama.

Embittered by the humiliating defeat of their heroine Hillary, the loudly disgruntled progressive left sent their first protest out on the streets the first day after Trump’s inauguration and have been protesting ever since.

The Democrats, living under the delusion they could never lose power, refuse point blank to accept the outcome of the election and see anarchy as the means to bring them back home.

Now Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Oregon) has introduced a bill to empower former presidents and vice-presidents of both parties in coordination with the sitting vice president, to determine if a president is fit for office.

In other words, South seas roving Barack Obama, Joe Biden—and current Vice President Mike Pence—would be the mechanism in place that would enable the removal of President Donald Trump from office.

Hello, Earl?!

“It is hard to imagine a better group to work with the vice president to examine whether the president is able to discharge the duties of the office. When there are questions about the president’s ability to fulfill his or her constitutional responsibilities, it is in the country’s best interest to have a mechanism in place that works effectively,” Blumenauer said in a statement. (The Hill, April 17, 2017)

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