The media are calling those who like the founding fathers “Dead Enders.” There is power in political name-calling. About 70 years ago America went through the Red Scare. People lost their careers for joining the wrong group.
The talk of a third party resurfaced last week after a poll showed that over 70% of Americans would support one. Most of those were independents and a majority of Republicans. Mr. Trump had dismissed such thoughts back in January.
When was the last time you heard a professional politician make sense? Senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee said over the weekend in an interview there should be term limits “for bureaucrats.” The comments were made in an appearance with Steve Hilton on Fox News’ “The Next Revolution.”
Unity is “The state or quality of being one or united into a whole; n. The state or quality of being in accord; harmony.” There is nothing about the Democrat’s agenda that can rise to meet this meaning. Unless by united you mean divided and squabbling under the same jackboot.
America is at a crossroads. Most people recognize there is revolution at our doorstep. On one side are the Patriots. They are people seeking to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution. They are conservatives and classic liberals. This group will vote for Trump.
In the midst of early impeachment mania, two things were immediately clear. The President’s National Security Council was not that secure and that many of its members were part of the coup. Mr. Trump declared it fat and swampy (my words) and that it needed thinning.
A Foreign Policy Advisor for Mitt Romney’s 2012 Presidential run sits on the Board of Burisma. Romney is the sole Republican to vote to convict President Trump on an article of Impeachment. Can that be a coincidence?
Ask a Democrat, and they will tell you, Trump has to go. It’s a moral imperative. They even held a performance in Congress and took a vote. Two thumbs up. Five Stars. A real winner. Impeach the MF-er. And then they decided they didn’t want to be too hasty.