If there was ever any doubt remaining among those on the right that the number one priority for the Democrats, should they be permitted to regain control of Congress this November, will be the impeachment of President Trump, old ‘Slow Joe’ Biden essentially removed all such doubt in a speech he gave last week. Ex-vice president ‘Slow Joe’ warned House Democrats that President Donald Trump ‘will’ win a second term if the Democrats do not take back the House this November.
Biden reportedly warned those members gathered for something called the House Democrats’ Blue Collar Caucus last week by saying, “If we don’t win the House, Trump is there for eight years.” Biden reportedly added: “I’m serious. So, no pressure.” Members were said to have been ‘stunned.’ Now knowing Democrats as we all do, what we really heard coming from ‘Slow Joe’ was nothing more than a call to arms, an order to get to work on a plan for massive Democrat voter fraud.
I think it safe to say that the Democrats are now clearly salivating over the possibility of regaining control of Congress and therefore having subpoena power allowing them to go about endlessly investigating the Trump administration. Some Democrats, like ‘Mad Maxine’ Waters, are hoping that they can take back the House to start impeachment proceedings even though Waters’ critics on the left think the party could overplay its hand and turn off crucial swing voters if they pursue impeachment.
And while many on the left think taking back the House by way of some “blue wave” is pretty much of a given, a new Brennan Center report found that to do so, Democrats “would need to win the national popular vote in 2018 by the biggest margin in a midterm since 1982.” The report found, “Because of maps designed to favor Republicans, Democrats would need to win by a nearly unprecedented nationwide margin in 2018 to gain control of the House of Representatives.”
And this same report went on to say, “To attain a bare majority, Democrats would likely have to win the national popular vote by nearly 11 points. Neither Democrats nor Republicans have won by such an overwhelming margin in decades. Even a strong blue wave would crash against a wall of gerrymandered maps.” Rumor has it that ‘Slow Joe’s’ advisers are reportedly planning for a 2020 presidential run, and oddly enough he is considered by many to be the party’s early frontrunner.
But the ex-vice president, whose first presidential campaign was derailed by a plagiarism scandal, would likely be forced to contend with his rather creepy reputation for fondling young women and his penchant for exposing himself to female Secret Service agents. Frankly it’s this kind of behavior that would seem to make him the ideal Democrat candidate for president. But he’s thus far said that the “jury’s still out” on whether or not he will seek to challenge President Trump.
While the Democrats are desperate to win come this November so they can then begin work on impeaching Trump, it’s still going to be up to the voters. And if voters want to go back to the last lousy eight years of a stagnant economy and decimated military, then they’ll likely choose Democrats. The economy is getting better. We just have to get rid of the RINOs and as many Democrats as possible. Ryan and McConnell must be replaced with leaders who truly care about our country.
Democrats depend on a constant, renewable source of low information, low IQ and government dependent voters. That’s the primary reason they so aggressively encourage illegal immigration, form sanctuary cities and states, and legal support for illegal immigrants. That’s why they are in favor of open, porous borders and why they even refuse to make English the national language. Their causes are funded by left-wing donors whose intent is clear, that being the destruction of America.
Hopefully there will still be enough of us voting this November who remember well what it was like during the two years (2009-2010) that had the Democrats running the House and Senate with Barry ‘O’ in the White House. Together they made life very difficult for those who work for a living. Come this November working-class Americans must go to the polls focused on denying the Democrats control of the House and Senate, and on throwing out as many of their RINO brethren as we can.
The mid-term elections will be decided by responsible Republican, Conservative and Independent voters who go to the polls. Granted, our congressional Republicans have done precious little to encourage them to vote Republican. Yet it will be they who must ensure that both houses of Congress remain firmly under Republican control. Now if these folks decide to sit this one out and Democrats, living and dead, do turn out in large numbers then I fear for the future of our country.
Commonsense should tell us that despite whatever disagreements we may have with the president we must make sure that it’s the Republicans who keep control of Congress. And because Democrats appear to be somewhat energized, they will be dredging up every illegal, low-life and deceased vote they can find. And by allowing the Democrats to take control of Congress we become little more than accomplices in what will surely become their determined effort to impeach the president.
While the Republicans would likely fare much better without the likes of McConnell, Ryan, Graham and McCain, to name but a few, hanging around their neck, we go into every election with the party that we have, not with the party that we wish we had. And while Democrats would do much to help their cause by slapping a muzzle on Hitlery, Pelosi, Waters, and any number of other of their more radical kooks within their party, that’s not likely to happen. Which in turn provides ammo to our side.
Trump is struggling against Democrat opposition to everything he does, and the rules of the Senate which allow this level of pure obstructionism. If he found a cure for cancer they would likely oppose it. The media, the majority of the super wealthy, the Democrat stacked courts, and opposition within his own party have more than a little to do with his inability to fulfill some of his campaign promises. That should enter into one’s assessment of President Trump’s performance. Don’t you think?
Look, you can be the best ‘deal maker’ on the planet, but it still takes two to make a deal. And the Democrats have no intention of making any sort of a deal on any issue unless said deal is strictly in their favor. And in that scenario it’s not really a deal, it capitulation. Now I was far from happy when the president chose not to veto the recent spending bill. But that said, I’ve not yet moved into the camp of those willing to allow the Democrats to simply walk to victory come this November.