Nancy Pelosi’s Held Up Impeachment Articles after Watching John Dean on CNN

If you want some insight to Democrat delusional thinking, just read the political reporting of Molly Ball, a Time magazine writer who follows Pelosi everywhere.

Unlike most liberals, who believe that the truth is pliable, Ball stumbled on the truth of Nancy Pelosi’s vendetta against President Trump. What impressed Molly Ball was that while Pelosi is in the peak of power, she “is not protecting her position but rather using it in an aggressive, even risk way.”

But she got it wrong. Uh, Molly, didn’t Nancy fold like a cheap suit when her left mod squad demanded she go ahead with impeachment?

The risks career politicians avoid most are threats to their power. Nancy is no spring chicken, and the left-wing chicks were pecking away. She had to do something, so she appointed the Democrat equivalent to Wile E. Coyote, who came up with the Acme version of an impeachment hearing.

The un-spun truth that Molly stumbled on and truthfully reported is as plain as the egg on Democrats’ face. Impeaching Trump is a huge gamble:

  • Impeachment has intensified Republican loyalty to the President. Trump is now the leader of the Republican party.
  • Impeachment has rallied Trump’s base and supercharged his campaign fundraising. Money is what fuels successful campaigns, and Trump will undoubtedly be reelected.
  • The impeachment will help expel Democrats who hold seats in Trump territory. Nancy’s legacy could be handing over the speaker’s gavel as she returns to political obscurity.

Actually, Molly, the Speaker’s gamble is two-thirds lost. Pelosi’s legacy won’t be protecting the Constitution as she sanctimoniously claims. It will be the most politically motivated and unfair impeachment effort since the 1868 Congress passed an unconstitutional law against Andrew Johnson and impeached him for refusing to obey it.

Molly also praises Pelosi for close management of the process. The Speaker, it seems, was careful to expunge any mention of the failed Mueller Russian collusion investigation in the Impeachment proceedings. Our Lady from Berkeley, it seems, is a masterful micromanager, except when it comes to presiding over an embarrassingly weak work product with two bogus impeachment articles.

Then the Speaker tried to play hardball with the Senate’s heavy hitter, Mitch McConnell. She decided to hold on the articles. She wasn’t going to send them to the Senate until she had some assurance that the Senate trial wouldn’t mirror the House’s outrageously unfair process.

We’re not going to haggle, said the Republican Senate Majority Leader. You’re not in charge here. Elections have consequences, and Republicans have the votes. Send the articles, or don’t.

Even a few Democrat senators became tired of posing and pandering to the Democrat nutty base. It’s time. Send them over, they demanded.

Again, Nancy folded. The House is scheduled to vote on sending the articles over this week.

Finally, to no one’s surprise, Nancy watches the Democrats’ favorite cable news network, CNN. She got the idea of holding on to the articles of impeachment from none other than that Watergate crooked lawyer John Dean.

Just hold on to them and use them as leverage. Maybe you should you sit on them until the next election. Also, mused Nancy, if I don’t send this mess to the Senate, President Trump will end up like Richard Nixon.

The problem with hatred is that it has a reciprocal relationship with delusion. We knew Richard Nixon, Nancy, and President Trump is no Nixon. There was no coverup, because there was no wrongdoing to cover up. The truth will prevail.


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