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Crazed Dems Trying to Sell ‘President is Crackers’ Conspiracy


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Desperate Democrats in exile, set to remove Donald Trump from his duly won presidency on farfetched grounds that he’s crazy, are driving themselves further unhinged instead.

Showing malice to all and any who don’t agree with their over-the-top theories has become an embarrassing and frustrating epic fail.  While it’s true that the brainwashed-by-tv parrot ““misogynist”, “racist”, “bigot”, “capitalist pig”, “Hitler the 2nd”, the instant they see Trump’s image on the news, ‘Enemy Numero Uno of All Time’ is still there waving and smiling at them; Hillary’s out talking and answering herself in the nearest woods; well out-of-range ‘resistance’ leader Obama lapping up staged adoration in countries like Indonesia, where he was raised, with the secret service he arranged for himself as America’s 44th, along with 650 Indonesian militia providing personal safety.

It’s enough to have the Dems pulling their hair out, in many cases, only what’s left of it.

With every smear not taking out Trump but only boomeranging back on them, it was time for a new adjective. So they landed with a bang on: “CRAZY!”

Try this one on for size, snowflakes and malcontents being assembled for the very next protest: “The president of the United States is CRACKERS! “

Surely that will get him impeached before midterms when all rats may be able to return to the ship.

In a hate-filled crazed world where on-air ‘talent’ like Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski can make things up from whole cloth, you no longer need even the tiniest kernel of truth to get a story circulated by the MSM.  You can shoehorn your victim into any charge your sick and twisted imagination can devise—and make money and score ratings while you’re at it.

Now that the Dems in exile are trying on ‘Donald Trump is crackers’ for size, the wackos have the floor.

The Russians having wandered off into Siberia, they need a new narrative to rid America of the president trying to save it, and they’ve needed it ever since the humility of Election Night.

The men, women and trannies are coming to lead the Donald into the loony bin, where they intend to lock him up and throw away the key to a waiting Clinton and Obama. Rosie O’Donnell and Michael Moore have already organized the cheering section for the big day.

Pass the peanuts and popcorn, Jimmah Carter.

The ‘Smear the Donald Campaign’ may sound a lot like the brainchild of Nancy Pelosi or Maxine Watters, but it isn’t. Like most everything else they use, high-handed Dems stole it. This time from Hillary Clinton/Barack Obama mentor Saul Alinsky:

  • “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” Cut off the support network and isolate the target from sympathy. Go after people and not institutions; people hurt faster than institutions.”
  • “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.” There is no defense. It’s irrational. It’s infuriating. It also works as a key pressure point to force the enemy into concessions.
  • “Keep the pressure on. Never let up.” Keep trying new things to keep the opposition off balance. As the opposition masters one approach, hit them from the flank with something new.”

For the deranged Dems everything old can be new again, like Kathy Griffin climbing back up out of her hole to go after Trump again, even after saying she was sorry for the image of her holding his bloodied head a month ago.

 

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“A Democratic congressman has proposed convening a special committee of psychiatrists and other doctors whose job would be to determine if President Donald Trump is fit to serve in the Oval Office.” (Daily Mail, June 30, 2017)

See how far Hillary Clinton’s seething hatred goes when there’s no one there to check it?

“Maryland Rep. Jamie Raskin, who also teaches constitutional law at American University, has predictably failed to attract any Republicans to his banner.” (Daily Mail)

Has Raskin checked in with McConnell, McCain and Ryan, or are they already working summer hours?

“But the U.S. Constitution’s 25th Amendment does allow for a majority of the president’s cabinet, or ‘such other body as Congress may by law provide,’ to decide if an Oval Office occupant is unable to carry out his duties—and then to put it to a full congressional vote. (Daily Mail)

A “full congressional vote”? Have we had one since Obama took the White House?

“Vice President Mike Pence would also have to agree, which could slow down the process—or speed it up if he wanted the levers of power for himself.” (Daily Mail)

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Good luck with that one, but then the day after Ruskin’s revelation, stories about Trump’s and Pence’s staff at loggerheads were circulating the Internet. White House denies tensions between Trump, Pence staff

“The 25th Amendment has been around since shortly after the John F. Kennedy assassination, but Congress has never formed its own committee in case it’s needed to judge a president’s mental health.” (Daily Mail)

True, because in 2008, Barack Obama got elected.

“Trump, shown leaving Washington on Friday with first lady Melania and their son Barron, could be removed from office at the end of a long process—but only if he were unable to make or communicate his decisions to Congress and his cabinet.” (Daily Mail)

Don’t demented Dems know he doesn’t have to “make or communicate his decisions to Congress and his cabinet” as long as he’s got Twitter?

Raskin’s bill would allow the four Republican and Democratic leaders of the House and Senate to each choose a psychiatrist and another doctor. Then each party would add a former statesman—like a retired president or vice president.”

“Like a retired president or vice president”. Now that’s rich!

Plus many psychiatrists and doctors are already overworked providing grief counselling to fading Hollywood stars and those squatting in safe spaces on university campus.

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“The final group of 10 would meet and choose an 11th member, who would become the committee’s chairman. ()

“Once the group is officially seated, the House and Senate could direct it through a joint resolution to conduct an actual examination of the president ‘to determine whether the president is incapacitated, either mentally or physically,’ according to the Raskin bill.

“And if the president refuses to participate, the bill dictates, that ‘shall be taken into consideration by the commission in reaching a conclusion.’

“Under the 25th Amendment, such a committee—or the president’s cabinet—can notify Congress in writing that a sitting president is unfit. In either case the vice president must concur, and he would immediately become ‘acting president.’

...‘Dear Congress, your president is crackers so you must remove him ASAP’ will someday be a movie with Tom Hanks acting as president.

“Presidents have voluntarily transferred their powers to vice presidents in the past, including when they are put under anesthesia for medical procedures.” ()

“Raskin, a constitutional law professor as well as a legislator, has made no bones about the fact that his House bill is an attack on Trump specifically.”

Gee, who ever would have suspected?

Rep. Jamie Raskin would be better hooking up with ‘Mr Griff, a 13-year-old Brussels griffon dog, whose owner, 23-year-old Steph Rounds, from Binghamton in New York, USA, claims looks remarkably like the U.S. president. Rounds started combing and styling her pooch’s untameable hair two years ago.(Daily Mail, June 30, 2017)

But Rounds, driven by the incentive that thousands find ‘Mr. Griff’s Trump lookalike “hysterical” is only combing her dog’s hair, while desperate Dems like Raskin are pulling theirs out.

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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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