Friday, May 19, 2017

Some dare call the anti-Trump feeding frenzy a “coup” attempt

Some dare call the anti-Trump feeding frenzy a “coup” attempt


Nothing new here.  It happened before in Wisconsin.  It has happened before with Trump during the primaries.  Trump won the GOP nomination fair and square.  There was a movement against him in order to take the nomination away from him and give it to Cruz.  Of course there was another movement as mentioned in this article, to prevent him from getting the necessary votes in the Electoral College.

The article also mentions the amendment to the Constitution that would seem to remove the president without Congress.  But there is no such amendment.  If the president refuses to leave, he cannot be forced to leave under that amendment unless there is a vote in the full Congress.  Impeachment would be easier, since only the Senate has to vote to remove.  Both houses of Congress would have to vote to remove the president in case of incapacitation and  if the president disagrees and refuses to step down.

I have already looked into the Russian hacking of the emails.  There is virtually no chance that it happened that way.  The more likely explanation is that a disgruntled staffer from the DNC gave the emails to Wikileaks.  He was then killed in an execution style murder.  The investigation in that murder was stopped before it could find who did it.  There are videos of the assailants.  Any arrests?  Are you kidding?

Update (s): 12:32

The Dems are far more committed and energetic than the GOP.  That includes those who are loosely allied with the GOP, as I would be so classified.  It is laziness to allow the factoid about Russian hacking to keep floating around out there.  If those who care about Trump and what he said he represented, then you had better raise it up several notches.  You are being out hustled and out fought.

Claiming media bias doesn't count for squat when those in the so called right can't even challenge the liberal factoids with more vigor and determination.  If you cannot do it, then nobody will.

BTW, why is it "daring" to state what should be obvious?


I recall the name of Sharyl Attkisson.  In order to raise my game up a notch, I am going to start reading her stuff more.

At least I won't be wasting my time on people who are too lazy to dig up the facts, such as what I am criticizing here in this post, which is on one of the more popular blogs.   Sheesh.

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