Prayerful Impeachment Unmasked; Schiff Calls Trump Charlatan

Prayerful Impeachment Unmasked; Schiff Calls Trump Charlatan

Prayerful Impeachment Unmasked; Schiff Calls Trump Charlatan

Speaker Nancy Pelosi claims that Democrats are moving ahead with the Impeachment Inquiry, into the actions of President Donald Trump, heartbroken and prayerful. Those of us in flyover country with an IQ of ten and a reading level above kindergarten have known that was whale excrement. The Dems led by Congressman Adam Shiff have been angling to impeach Trump since election night 2016. Schiff has lied repeatedly for three years. His level of hatred for the President is TDS Cat. Level 12. On Saturday, Schiff called the President a “charlatan”.

The California Democrat Party held a nominating convention in Long Beach. Apparently, all California Democrats are infected with Trump Derangement Syndrome. Here is how the New York Post reported Shiff’s prayerful entrance:

With Tom Petty’s “I Won’t Back Down,” playing as he entered, Schiff was greeted by the party faithful with lengthy cheers and applause.

“You will forgive me if I’m a bit exhausted, it’s been an eventful week,” he deadpanned. “But you’ll forgive me also if I begin on a more somber note than is traditional to begin a convention. Our democracy is at risk, more so now than at any time in my life.”

Well, Saints be Praised. Little Adam Schiff told the truth, sort of. We don’t have a democracy, but our Republic is at risk. Given that Shifty Schiff was a teenager during the Nixon era, I would think that would rank up there. Moving along.

Schiff continued:

“The greatest threat to the life and the health of our democracy comes from within,” he said, describing Trump as someone who admires strongmen, but doesn’t respect the Constitution.

“There is nothing more dangerous than a president who believes he is above the law,” said the congressman, who represents part of Los Angeles County.

Again, the oleaginous Schiff is right. The greatest threat to the life and health of our Republic does come from within. It comes from those who would lie and fabricate evidence to deny the will of the voters to maintain their own power. Can you say corruption? Sure, you can.

Next, this prayerful man called our President a charlatan:

“The greatest threat to the life and the health of our democracy comes from within,” he said, describing Trump as someone who admires strongmen, but doesn’t respect the Constitution.

“There is nothing more dangerous than a president who believes he is above the law,” said the congressman, who represents part of Los Angeles County.

Yes, he is prayerful. Watch the video below, and watch out for the foaming mouth on this cretin:

Do I hear a little envy from Little Adam? He is so jealous of the fact that Trump is a successful builder. Poor little Schiff, no one has ever offered him a golden throne (toilet) as the Guggenheim offered Trump. Albeit, the offer from the Guggenheim was a not-to-subtle insult.

I am sick to death of this whole circus. While Pelosi is pretending to be prayerful, our borders remain unsecured, the USMCA trade deal is gathering dust on her desk, and the Dems are wasting my money trying to invalidate my vote.

This madness must stop now. I am prayerful that it will.

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  • Kevin says:

    Toni Williams … I say this respectfully from a different point of view.

    Mr. Schiff calling Mr. Trump a charlatan is probably the least worst name tossed around when you compare it to all of the names Mr. Trump has used against others … not only those in the Democratic party but even about HIS OWN EMPLOYEES (Tillerson, Kelly, Mattis, et. al.), other Republicans and just run-of-the-mill Americans whose lives have been upended by his attacks. Tragically, that horse has left the barn never to return in our lifetimes. Just one of the ways he has changed the Presidency forever and not for the better.

    I am (probably both of us) unlike the average American and am listening to the hearings and reading transcripts (not just his phone calls … which are not transcripts … and the verbatim transcripts of the people testifying). I am horrified by his actions. I do agree that the President of the United States has the ability to immediately change policy, hire/promote/fire whoever they want for whatever reason (assuming the person isn’t some sort of convicted felon), and many many other things. Mr. Trump wants to fire his National Security Director for the fourth time and find some new shinny penny, that’s his right. I have worked in agencies where the leadership is in constant turnover, turmoil, or simply inept and it’s virtually impossible to get out of the quagmire of incompetency.

    What is horrific is how he surrounds himself with criminals (he appears to actively seek them out), how he makes false statements to the public routinely and daily (as of today, depending on which news outlet you read, he’s made over 13,500 false or misleading statements … 13,500 statements / 300 days in office = that’s 45 false or misleading statement EVERY DAY HE’S BEEN IN OFFICE! ). He has an agenda that is not public. We do not know what that agenda is. In my opinion, it is not an agenda that will benefit the people of the United States.

    I do like (and chuckled a little) when you referenced him as a “successful builder.” I initially thought you said “successful businessman” and when I went back to reference that comment, I couldn’t find it and then saw the successful “builder” comment. That’s another point where we’ll have to differ.

  • Terry Rapp says:

    Kevin, if I may be as snide and condescending as you, I must admit that your delicate little screed marks the greatest abuse of 388 words collectively assembled in the English language. Congratulations. What a glorious, aromatic pile of glittering generalities, veiled innuendo, and poorly disguised opinion hoping to be accepted as truth.

    Not that it matters, Mr. Smarter-than-the-rest-of-us, but those of us with a double-digit or more IQ would calculate from January 20, 2017, to today, to be closer to 1030 days than 300. Sorry, your 45 lies a day rate just dropped to 13. Also, MY sources (you offered a “depending” option) suggest that President Trump has told the public no lies of any consequence. Calling the “MSM” fake news is an expression of perspective, not a lie. And to be frank, when the Dow is at 27,986, and the President says, “the Dow is 28,000,” and then repeats it five times that day, I probably would not count it as six lies. I mean, it’s not like he said, “You can keep your Doctor.”

    You see, Kevin, you, and those like you, have nowhere to get reliable facts and undeniable truths. The same is true on the “conservative side.” Therefore, both sides are unable to make logical, unbiased assessments of what is really happening. Without a source for truth, both assume they are right, and therefore double their efforts in condemning and destroying their “opponents.” But that’s OK. You are not alone, and far be it for me to assume I can open your eyes, your common sense, or your heart. Go on, believe who you choose to believe, and keep up the fight, after all, you are in the right, alone.

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