Democrats Move Forward With Impeachment

Impeaching Donald Trump would be political suicide for the Democrats, but it’s all they have. What alternative do they have? Are they going to campaign on raising taxes? Bringing back Obamacare? Open borders? Zero economic growth? America last?

All their dire warnings since 2016 have failed to come true. The economy didn’t crash, it soared. We haven’t gone to war. He has appointed two rock-solid conservatives to SCOTUS. He didn’t collude with Russia. The Wall is slowly getting built, despite massive opposition in Congress. His approval ratings have been steadily rising.

Joe Biden leads the pack of would-be Democrat challengers. Think about that. In his first two attempts at winning the Democrat nomination, he didn’t make it out the starting gate. Now he’s the best they’ve got?

In reality the Democrats have no “best” candidate. They have bad and worse. Biden is the least bad candidate they have, and he’s a fucking disaster. Why not douse yourself in gasoline and light a cigarette?

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156 Responses to Democrats Move Forward With Impeachment

  1. lyn says:

    • DandyTIger says:

      And he’s the Dems hero. Kind of all you need to hear.

    • Constance says:

      Absolutely! Mueller is a real chickenshit and I’m surprised his bosses gave him this opportunity to talk to the press. I wonder if he is being threatened with Arkancide?

  2. taw46 says:

  3. Anthony says:

    Been listening to this

  4. 49erDweet says:

    So to take the pain away from shooting themselves in the foot they’re gonna shoot themselves in the leg? For them it makes some sorta sense.

  5. helenk3 says:

    I saw something weird today aside from the weasel mueller, someone wrote after all the crazies are eliminated will it be an obama- clinton ticket?
    that thought turns my stomach

  6. Constance says:

    Remember the “Fund the Wall” movement? Well those guys started putting up a segment of wall on privately owned land at the request of the land owner. Apparently the Democrat mayor in a near by city placed a stop work order on it. Democrats hold every elected office in the area and apparently there is a good deal of corruption in the local government. Seriously Trump needs to name a few Mexican cartels as terrorist orgs and then trace their finances to find out just which government officials are benefiting from smuggling. Here is a link to the build the wall video.

  7. taw46 says:

    Well, duh.

    • lyn says:

      Leftists are flinging their poop at Dersh now.

      • taw46 says:

        They have been flinging it since he started speaking truth about the witch hunt. Guess they are really pissed at him now.

    • Constance says:

      Mueller might be fearing Akancide. He looked like a wreck. I mean it would be horrible to actually care what Leftists think of you and they are dangerous.

      • lateblum says:

        I agree. If I were Mueller, I’d be scared of Arkancide for certain. I think his relationship with the Clintons goes back to Whitewater (as does Comey’s) and I wouldn’t doubt his knowledge of payback ranges from Vonce Foster to Seth Rich.

    • lyn says:

  8. votermom says:

    nailed it

    • swanspirit says:

      What Mueller said ” I did my dirty work, to the best of my ability. I couldn’t find a crime, so I exerted every effort to make it appear as if a crime was committed. I am sorry I disappointed the the Trump haters and impeachment seekers, so I will give it this last shot; now you have to take it from here, I am done.Bye. “

  9. lyn says:

  10. Island Girl says:

    Deep Purple..Burn ..comes to mind.

  11. Dora says:

    Poor Nancy. She can’t seem to please anyone these days.


    Liberals are furious at Nancy Pelosi after her response to Mueller’s statement — here’s why

    They want action and Pelosi is not moving on it

  12. Dora says:

    As much as I would love to be there, it’s not possible this year. I hope some of you can make it to Washington DC. It should be fun.

  13. Mothy67 says:

    Something dawned on me that I hadn’t considered before. It grew out of mentions here about Merkel and May not having children and then the wrath Sarah gets. Got me thinking. Maybe I know nothing, but it seems to me Palin’s primary identity is mother. Her political career grew out of her maternal instincts. The New York Times adored her before 2008. She went from firecracker to being called a cunt in a matter of weeks. Openly called a cunt. She is hated with a passion. Why. What does she represent that stirs so much bile. Many of my friends elected to wait until their mid to late 40’s to begin families. They were not going to struggle financially. A trade off. Having a toddler in your 20’s is very different than having one in your 50’s. Yeah they can supply material things without batting an eye, but are they building snowmen and sled riding? Sarah did it all. She should be a feminist icon. I think she must reflect something back a certain type of woman does not want to see. One of my friends will be 70 if/when her son graduates college. I say if because he is 5 and loaded up on pills. She drugs him because she does not have the energy to deal with a rambunctious boy. She loathes Palin. Keeping a child with Down’s Syndrome wouldn’t even be a possibility. What would the neighbors say.

    • DeniseVB says:

      The Dems hounded Sarah with nuisance lawsuits after the election which eventually led to her resigning as governor. She won every one of them but to great personal expense and she wouldn’t use state money or her staff’s time in dealing with them. The Dems won because they successfully portrayed her as a Quitter, then left her alone. The GOP did NOTHING to support her, McCain started blaming her for his loss and she’s probably done in politics. Such a shame, she was a great political talent. It’s certainly convinced me I’ll never call myself a Republican, they’re part of the Swamp too.

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        McCain was jealous of the attention she got. When he entered a room people would clap politely. When she entered a room they would jump to their feet and applaud.

        McCain in 2008 is like Biden this year. Neither one generates enthusiasm.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Kerry/Edwards 2004. JRE was drawing bigger crowds than Mr. Heinz and it was embarrassing for him. So they put JRE in podunk towns that even the press wouldn’t show up for. I swear, had the ticket been reversed that election may have had a different outcome. GWB was ripe for defeat, it’s just that Kerry was not the one to do it. He bored even Dems, they stayed home. This was before Elizabeth’s cancer and the side chick eruption. I voted for the ticket because it meant Edwards 2012. 🙂 Yeah, I was a cultist, so what?

    • votermom says:

      I think you are right, Mothy. Palin does represent the power of motherhood, and the barren baby killing bitches hate that.

    • elliesmom says:

      Most women come to realize we can’t have it all. First we try to do it and fail. Then we tell ourselves we can have it all, just not all at once. When that doesn’t really work because putting career off for children stunts our career, or putting children off for a career makes having children more difficult, we blame “the system”. Finally, we realize life is all about choices, and we have to make them. For some women, there are no choices left. They already have the kids, and now they have to feed them. Sarah Palin drives a lot of women crazy because she appears to have found a way to have it all, and they’re jealous as hell. But the rest of us know Sarah has made the same choices all the rest of us have made. She has made career choices that fit into having a family, and she’s tried very hard to make her family life compatible with her career. When she doesn’t do it perfectly, the harpies are there to rub her nose in it. Because a lot of women are bitches.

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        In my experience, women from the lower economic classes don’t whinge about not being able to have it all. That’s because they never bought into that feminist utopian fantasy and their expectations are lower. I’m not saying they don’t whinge, they just don’t whinge about that.

        I’ve known a lot of women that would be happy as hell to stay home with their kids and never work a “real” job. I was married to a couple of them.

        • elliesmom says:

          I agree women from lower economic classes don’t complain about not being able to have it all, but girls from lower economic classes still dream about it. Most schools encourage them to plan for a “career” that’s more than just a job that puts food on the table. There is nothing that brings that dream crushing down faster than early motherhood. If the pregnancy is planned, and contrary to what a lot of folks think teen pregnancy often is, then family becomes what life is all about. Work is just work.

      • Constance says:

        Don’t forget Sarah P kept her good looks through all of her pregnancies. and she has that “best friend and lover” vibe with her good looking husband. Many women never had her looks and no matter how hard you try you can’t make a great loving relationship on your own, it takes two.

    • lyn says:

      Loved this comment on a Don Surber post about Sarah.

      AnonymousMay 30, 2019 at 11:07 AM

      Thank you for noticing what a key figure is Sarah Palin in the Trump Revolution. She was much more than a “John The Baptist” figure paving the road for Trump. When the media, the Democrat party, and the Republican establishment came after Gov. Palin with every weapon in their arsenal, the Dem/media/GOPelite not only revealed to us every weapon they had, but the precise location and firepower of each weapon. Thus, for someone savvy in the art of fighting to win (or, may we say, the “art of the deal”), there would be no surprises as the enemy revealed itself. More importantly, the fight against Gov. Palin revealed the extent to which the GOP establishment elite was wholly aligned with the Dems and not the Republican base. We suspected as such, but the fight against Gov. Palin made it obvious. When the GOP elite responded to the election of Obama by nominating the traitorous ticket of Romney/Ryno, a ticket put together for the sole purpose of taking a dive, the GOP elite could never be trusted again.

      And it all started with the fluke nomination for vice president of a first term governor from the 49th state. Yes, POTUS Donald J. Trump is a stronger leader and a better president, but without Gov. Palin we never would have had a POTUS Trump.

      • lyn says:

        Should be comment about Sarah.

      • Mothy67 says:

        Spent a bit more time as a kid in a Children’s Hospital than your average bear. I got such a kick out of being called racist in 2008. Dying kids in 1970 were not with parents. You rotted in a bed alone. No one would touch me. I scared them. I had a hole in my throat and scars. So many scars. Big fat black woman who was what we now call CNA held me all the time. I love that woman. I was in and out of cardiac care. Life was not really an option. I was going to die. I played with boys that had downs in the hospital. Such amazing gifts. Obviously I didn’t die and I hope I am not a sociopath. Would you know if you are. Those boys were so kind. I am so much better of a person because my first friends were those kids.
        Blue babies often end up being retarded. No oxygen to the brain. I skipped second and sixth grade. I used enough drugs to negate all grey matter. I was outhouse poor. Come on who gets born with lots of holes in their heart, fucked up valves (mine are pig) grossly enlarged heart. I was never meant to live. Yeah I got to be gay. Worse I met Elizabeth Taylor. Ugh. She said I looked like Monty with prettier eyes. Yep life is fucked up.

  14. Dora says:

    She’s totally nuts.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Not altered, edited. Who wants to listen to an entire Pelosi speech? She always sounds unhinged when talking about PDJT, that’s the news 😀

  15. Dora says:

    I noticed that Geraldo was trending and went over to take a look. Unbelievable!

    • taw46 says:

      No surprise here, he was standing up for the President after Mueller’s performance yesterday. Can’t have that, must drag out all the dirt once again.

      • DeniseVB says:

        And we laugh and laugh at them. Geraldo can handle himself, he’s got a long record of stupid stuff and he always bounces back.

        • Mothy67 says:

          Didn’t she start her career in gay bath houses? Studio 54. Yeah sure a guy grabbing her in the 70’s was traumatizing??

          • DeniseVB says:

            I believe so. And Barry Manilow was her pianist 😀

          • Myiq2xu™ says:

            Having a guy climb in your window and rape you at knifepoint is traumatizing. Having a guy grab your ass in a club might be offensive but it should not leave you scarred for life.

            It never ceases to amaze me how many Leftist women claim incapacitating trauma from really minor experiences. Remember Christine Blah-Blah Ford? She claimed that she was traumatized for decades by a brief teenage drunken grope-fest.

    • Constance says:

      Bette Midler used to perform topless, I remember her from the rock opera Tommy. Just saying she wasn’t exactly miss prim and proper. Who cares if Rivera groped her 30 years ago. Here is a plan…..I won’t judge Midler’s entire person by the fact that she was a topless performer in the past and I also won’t judge Rivera’s entire career by the fact that a topless performer accused him of groping her 30 to 40 years ago.

  16. Mothy67 says:

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  18. DeniseVB says:

    LOL, the state of our liberal friends this morning……

  19. Dora says:

    Wow! I wonder if this is true.


    Julian Assange Now in Hospital Wing of British Prison, Lawyer Says He’s In Such Bad Shape That He Can’t Have Normal Conversations

    • DeniseVB says:

      I wonder if he’s slowly being Arkancided ? Assange has a rabid following of supporters, they’ve already promised revenge if anything happens to him.

  20. taw46 says:

  21. taw46 says:

    They’re WHITE!

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      Trump’s support is growing, not shrinking. And aren’t most of MSNBC’s viewers white males?

      • lyn says:

        Dumb white males.

      • mcnorman says:

        There is a large blue collar city in NM that always votes blue. I have a relative that does locums there. This relative informed me that the town is a closet Trump supporter now. I will have to see it to believe it. I do think that NM has had enough of the illegals dumped in their communities to understand that enough is enough.

        • Constance says:

          I feel like any community that has been suffering from the swarm of illegals for years has to look at that “We build the wall” video I posted above and think “How the hell hard was this you incompetent Federal fools!!!” They built a half mile fence through a notorious drug pathway in 3 days and the government couldn’t do it at all. This sort of thing really shows the typical Democrat Powers That Be for assholes and fools. If voters are too stupid to throw the Democrats out then they deserve the chaos they will get.

      • Mothy67 says:

        I would think the audience was professional women and student activists… I can’t see a guy sitting through madcow or hayes.

  22. taw46 says:

    At least he is honest about their reasons for impeachment.

  23. Dora says:

    Tucker Carlson says rant Fox News refused to air ‘was genuinely heartfelt’

    Dutch historian Rutger Bregman, who became a viral sensation for his blunt talk on taxing the rich, was recently interviewed by Fox News host Tucker Carlson.

    The pleasantries didn’t last long, as the chat quickly turned nasty when Bregman pointed the finger at Carlson and his ilk for being part of the problem. “Tucker Carlson just called me a ‘fucking moron’ during a prerecord for his show, for pointing out that he’s a millionaire funded by billionaires,” he said afterward.

    Fox News ultimately opted not to air the segment.

  24. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Tucker brought me a dead bird this morning and set it at my feet. I thanked him and threw it away. Tucker spent the next 20 minutes looking for it.

    Then Tiggy brought in a huge moth and let it go in my room so he could chase it around. It flew into the garbage can I keep my aluminum cans in. I sprayed flying insect killer into the can and covered it up with a piece of cardboard. It has been trying to escape for 30 minutes.

    I can hardly wait to see what Taggart is gonna bring me.

  25. Myiq2xu™ says:

    I spent most of yesterday and last night typing a legal pleading for My Old Friend. I’ve been blogging so long I forgot how to do legal wring. When I went to print it out last night I discovered that my printer was out of ink. I have to go to Staples when they open and print out the document, then take it to him so he can be in court at 10 am.

    Then I have to come home and pick up Mom and take her to her nail appointment. She normally has a hair appointment at 12:30 but my middle child (the artist/bartender) is in town briefly and we are meeting him and his new girlfriend for lunch.

    Mom tore off the month of May from her calendar and now she keeps thinking it is the first week of June.

    I was cleaning my room and found two Mason jars filled with sinsemilla buds from my 2017 harvest. I stunk up the house pretty bad but I now have a jar full of cannabis-infused olive oil to use for making brownies.

    I made some brownies a couple weeks ago that ended up being a lot stronger than I expected. I gave one to my cousin but his girlfriend’s dog ate it. I ate one brownie and I was buzzed for a couple hours. This 10 lb chihuahua mix was high for 2 days.

    • DeniseVB says:

      An idiot neighbor released a hav-a-heart trap full of baby bunnies into our back yard because he knew we liked wildlife critters. Too early to start day drinking? Because I know it’s illegal to shoot him. 😛

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        Tasty, tasty bunnies.

        Tell the neighbor, “Thanks for the bunnies. We’re having a BBQ Saturday night.”

        • DeniseVB says:

          LOL. Wait til it happens to you 😉 The guy is an idiot, but gives us FREE tech support in exchange for being his “friend”. He really misses Obama and Michelle is his Forever First Lady. ‘Nuf said. I’m being held hostage by Nick Burns, Computer Guy 😀

    • votermom says:

      You are a good friend and a good son!

    • blowme0bama says:

      After proclaiming I was fone with doing free shit a few days back, an old HS GF contacted me to do her divorce. So here I am doing more free shit.

    • Constance says:

      Who let that dumb Fuc*er loose and gave him a podium and official room anyway! That latest Mueller blabbering never should have happened. He is totally afraid of being forced to answer questions under oath.

    • helenk3 says:

      I grew up respecting and admiring the FBI even with hoover. tv shows like I was a communist for the FBI, stories of Melvin Pervis taking down bad guys etc. Now they just make me sick. If they came to my door and told me it was raining outside, I would check out the window and also the roof to see if their was someone up there with a hose.

      • DeniseVB says:

        When my son first became an air marshal he shared field offices with the FBI and USSS in Florida and DC. They all talked him out of making a lateral move to their departments because it meant less time with his family (new Dad of twins). They seemed more miserable than he was 🙂

  26. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Mom is watching ABC news. They keep emphasizing that Mueller said he could not prove that Trump is innocent as if that is the legal standard. No one has to prove that they are innocent. It is up to the state to prove they are guilty.

    Mueller doesn’t want to appear before Congress because the GOP will ask questions too.

  27. Mothy67 says:

    Robert Iger threatening to pull Disney shows from GA is really creepy.they are launching Disney + in a few months. Who does he think their customers are? Bet the share holders aren’t happy.

    • DeniseVB says:

      No shareholder should be happy if the CEO is directing the company via politics. I recently read that the entertainment industry in Georgia is less than 2 percent their gross annual income. They’re not worried. 🙂

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  30. DeniseVB says:

    True story.

  31. DeniseVB says:

    Per, NYT, Burning Man died. I’ll post the link anyhow since NYT said I reached my limit this month.

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  34. Mothy67 says:

    I wonder if a new party will emerge in the next few years. The national democrats do not represent the people of my area. Non Trumpian rethugs are not a big draw. Never hear a peep from my congress critter. He hasn’t ever had a serious challenger. Been in office since 1995. The Trump era has brought back a lot of jobs. How does a major city candidate run unopposed? why wouldn’t they at least pretend to care?

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  37. Dora says:

    Nevada Democratic governor vetoes national popular vote bill

    Nevada’s Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak on Thursday vetoed a bill that would have pledged the state’s Electoral College votes to the presidential candidate who wins the national popular vote.

    “After thoughtful deliberation, I have decided to veto Assembly Bill 186,” Sisolak said in a statement.

  38. Dora says:

    I love this man.

    R.I.P. Leon Redbone. Your music will be missed.

  39. Mothy67 says:

  40. Mothy67 says:

    Do you think you could kill if it was in defense of another? i was reading about Kimberly Corban and how Chris Cuomo dismissed/ belittled her with a tweet. She was held for two hours and savagely raped. She is a mom. She packs heat. They made such a big deal about that woman who got (she claims) felt up while drunk. She has PTSD a hundred years later. Bullshit. Eat my shorts. I am mystified by Rotherham. I would kill and I would relish it. I would volunteer to be executed after I rained hell on the perpetrator. What the fuck UK. All those children were abused. Huh??? Where are the men?

    • elliesmom says:

      Yes, I do think I could kill someone in defense of another, which is one of the reasons I don’t own a gun.

      • Mothy67 says:

        (Why i do not own a gun)

      • helenk3 says:

        me too. I realized this years ago when I was coming home with my kids on the el. A bunch of thugs got on and one tried to touch my oldest daughter. A red haze came over me and if I had had a gun I would have emptied it into to him. I started yelling and they left and went into another car.

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        I got my first gun for Christmas when I was 14. By the time I was 16 I owned a .22, a 12 gauge, and a .357 magnum. I never needed a gun until 30 years later.

        One day I was the victim of a home-invasion robbery by three of MPEG’s friends. I had a 9mm in a pancake holster under my shirt. There was a moment when I had to make a choice. I could see it in my mind – draw and fire from the hip at the closest one, and as that one went down I would take #2 and then #3. They were all lined up in a row. I knew that it would have been ruled justifiable homicide.

        But I knew they didn’t intend to kill me, they just wanted to steal my stuff. In that split second, I realized that I did not own anything worth killing over. I was already beginning to draw the gun but instead of shooting I ejected the magazine and tossed it behind my desk. I let them grab my pistol because it won’t fire without the magazine in it. #1 pointed my gun at me While the other two were trying to get the magazine. That’s when I made my escape.

        BTW – #1 was a cute blonde. I found out later she was also a police informant.

  41. helenk3 says:

    the left loonies really have no problem telling and printing lies about trump. what complete asses

  42. taw46 says:

    Hillary is off to Hollywood.

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  44. SHV says:

    “that President Trump visited and addressed troops on the Japanese aircraft carrier KAGA”
    Interesting, the original Kaga was at “Pearl Harbor” and launched aircraft for the first strike on Battleship Row with successful hits on six ships including the Arizona. FWIW, Kaga was sunk at Midway.

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    • DandyTIger says:

      You mean they don’t want to hand all their votes to California? Crazy. 🙂

    • Constance says:

      I am amazed. I thought that even small states that were run by Democrats would go along with it. In Washington all state Democrat officials are complete twits who do nothing but audition for spots in the next Federal Democrat administration. Signing away the interests of their voters would mean nothing to them.

  47. taw46 says:

    A thousand in one day, in one place.

  48. helenk3 says:

    Trump imposes 5% tax on goods coming into the country from Mexico. It will continue until the immigration groups stop coming. It will increase over time if they don’t stop trying to come here illegally

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