It’s a Trap Please Please PLEASE Introduce an Impeachment Resolution If I’m Trump I want that impeachment vote NOW!

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It's a Trap Please Please PLEASE Introduce an Impeachment Resolution If I'm Trump I want that impeachment vote NOW!

We are get­ting yet another threat from our Demo­c­rat Friends con­cern­ing the poten­tial fir­ing of the Spe­cial prosecutor:

Sev­eral Democ­rats in Con­gress warned Pres­i­dent Trump on Fri­day that he will face con­se­quences if he fires spe­cial coun­sel Robert Mueller and Deputy Attor­ney Gen­eral Rod Rosenstein.

“All Amer­i­cans, regard­less of party, agree on the fun­da­men­tal prin­ci­ple that no one is above the law,” Rep. Ted Lieu (D-​CA) told MSNBC Fri­day. “And if Pres­i­dent Trump were to fire Deputy Attor­ney Gen­eral Rosen­stein, and then [get] spe­cial coun­sel Mueller fired, I believe Con­gress would begin impeach­ment proceedings.”

Now nor­mally I would not get in the way of the Democ­rats shoot­ing them­selves in the foot but if I was Don­ald Trump I would find Demo­c­rat threats to bring up impeach­ment in the house an incen­tive to fire the entire Spe­cial pros­e­cu­tor team rather than a dis­in­cen­tive, in fact if I’m Don­ald Trump the thing I’d want most of all is a Demo­c­rat fil­ing a res­o­lu­tion of impeach­ment on the floor of the House of Rep­re­sen­ta­tives as soon as pos­si­ble, maybe by the end of next week.

Now you might find this an odd thing to think, but there are two sim­ple rea­sons for this, the first being that as I’ve already explained the peo­ple who actu­ally buy all this impeach­ment non­sense are hyper­pa­trisian Democ­rats and such a move would not only polit­i­cally hurt him with is base, it might actu­ally help

But more impor­tantly get­ting the Democ­rats to push impeach­ment now would be learn­ing a les­son of Water­gate, To Democ­rats and the left, that word is magic, but the real­ity is it was an actual polit­i­cal event and if Pres­i­dent Trump stud­ies that event he would know how the Democrat’s impeach­ment push would end. Let me explain:

In 1973 Fr. Robert Dri­nan who was a mem­ber of con­gress from Mass­a­chu­setts intro­duced an impeach­ment res­o­lu­tion in the house, pri­mar­ily on the grounds of Nixon’s actions on Cam­bo­dia. Tip O’Neill one of the savvi­est Democ­rats in the house under­stood that this had the poten­tial to blow up in their faces, the evi­dence for impeach­ment was not there and once one vote failed it would be hard to get another passed. O’Neill talked about the issue in his auto­bi­og­ra­phy Man of the House

At (Speaker) Cal Albert’s request, I went to Dri­nan and tried to talk him out of it. “The tim­ing is wrong,” I said, “It’s pre­ma­ture. Let’s wait a few months until the evi­dence is in and we get the votes we need.”

Dri­nan agreed not to press the issue, but by then the res­o­lu­tion had already been filed and could not be with­drawn. Accord­ing to the rules of the House, any res­o­lu­tion on impeach­ment is, by def­i­n­i­tion , a priv­i­leged res­o­lu­tion, which means that any mem­ber, at any time can call it up for an imme­di­ate vote. We could cer­tainly see to it that no Demo­c­rat would bring it up, but who knew what the Repub­li­cans might try? If I had been in their shoes, I would have brought up Drinan’s res­o­lu­tion imme­di­ately, because an early vote on impeach­ment would have been an excel­lent insur­ance pol­icy against hav­ing to vote on a sim­i­lar res­o­lu­tion at a later date.

Tip O’Neill Man of the House pages 247248

They were so con­cerned that Tip, then major­ity leader, and the two whips made it a point to make sure one of them was always on the floor to make sure such a res­o­lu­tion was tabled on the spot until finally he got assur­ances from minor­ity leader and future Pres­i­dent Ger­ald Ford that the GOP had no plans on bring it for a vote.

The fact is Pres­i­dent Trump is much more like Tip than he is like Nixon, he has fin­ger on the pulse of the work­ing class of the nation and knows that an impeach­ment res­o­lu­tion would ener­gize his base to no end, fur­ther­more such a res­o­lu­tion would expose every Demo­c­rat in the place as the rad­i­cal left­ist they are and would have laud­able effects on elec­tion 2018.

If I was Pres­i­dent Trump I’d take care­ful note of this exam­ple and do all I could to bait one of the house rad­i­cals like Max­ine Waters to intro­duce a res­o­lu­tion of impeach­ment as soon as pos­si­ble, per­haps by bait­ing the very gullible rad­i­cal left, par­tic­u­larly in Hol­ly­wood and in the black lives mat­ter move­ment to demand such a res­o­lu­tion. It would take lit­tle effort to make it an inter­net cause celebe. In fact I would beat the bushes of the left to find a rad­i­cal democ­rats on the state level demand­ing impeach­ment and qui­etly encour­ag­ing them to pri­mary sit­ting demo­c­rat con­gress­men and bankrolling pacs back­ing them with the express pur­pose of pres­sur­ing a mem­ber of the Demo­c­rat cau­cus to intro­duce such a res­o­lu­tion. Because those democ­rats would be a lot eas­ier to beat in the gen­eral elec­tion in any­thing that isn’t a com­pletely blue state.

Fur­ther­more an impeach­ment vote now would put any repub­li­can in the house who might con­sider for one moment to vote for it on the spot. Such a pro-​impeach vote would guar­an­tee a pro-​trump pri­mary chal­lenge that would likely not end well for the sit­ting con­gress­man, after all con­sider what Robert Costa dis­cov­ered about GOP vot­ers when he left his bub­ble.

The left lives in a bub­ble ampli­fied by Cul­ture, but Trump has actual power backed up by the law. I sug­gest he use it.


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We are getting yet another threat from our Democrat Friends concerning the potential firing of the Special prosecutor:

Several Democrats in Congress warned President Trump on Friday that he will face consequences if he fires special counsel Robert Mueller and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

“All Americans, regardless of party, agree on the fundamental principle that no one is above the law,” Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) told MSNBC Friday. “And if President Trump were to fire Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein, and then [get] special counsel Mueller fired, I believe Congress would begin impeachment proceedings.”

Now normally I would not get in the way of the Democrats shooting themselves in the foot but if I was Donald Trump I would find Democrat threats to bring up impeachment in the house an incentive to fire the entire Special prosecutor team rather than a disincentive, in fact if I’m Donald Trump the thing I’d want most of all is a Democrat filing a resolution of impeachment on the floor of the House of Representatives as soon as possible, maybe by the end of next week.

Now you might find this an odd thing to think, but there are two simple reasons for this, the first being that as I’ve already explained the people who actually buy all this impeachment nonsense are hyperpatrisian Democrats and such a move would not only politically hurt him with is base, it might actually help

But more importantly getting the Democrats to push impeachment now would be learning a lesson of Watergate, To Democrats and the left, that word is magic, but the reality is it was an actual political event and if President Trump studies that event he would know how the Democrat’s impeachment push would end.  Let me explain:

In 1973 Fr. Robert Drinan who was a member of congress from Massachusetts introduced an impeachment resolution in the house, primarily on the grounds of Nixon’s actions on Cambodia.  Tip O’Neill one of the savviest Democrats in the house understood that this had the potential to blow up in their faces, the evidence for impeachment was not there and once one vote failed it would be hard to get another passed.  O’Neill talked about the issue in his autobiography Man of the House

At (Speaker) Cal Albert’s request, I went to Drinan and tried to talk him out of it.  “The timing is wrong,” I said, “It’s premature.  Let’s wait a few months until the evidence is in and we get the votes we need.”

Drinan agreed not to press the issue, but by then the resolution had already been filed and could not be withdrawn.  According to the rules of the House, any resolution on impeachment is, by definition , a privileged resolution, which means that any member, at any time can call it up for an immediate vote.  We could certainly see to it that no Democrat would bring it up, but who knew what the Republicans might try?  If I had been in their shoes, I would have brought up Drinan’s resolution immediately, because an early vote on impeachment would have been an excellent insurance policy against having to vote on a similar resolution at a later date.

Tip O’Neill Man of the House pages 247-248

They were so concerned that Tip, then majority leader, and the two whips made it a point to make sure one of them was always on the floor to make sure such a resolution was tabled on the spot until finally he got assurances from minority leader and future President Gerald Ford that the GOP had no plans on bring it for a vote.

The fact is President Trump is much more like Tip than he is like Nixon, he has finger on the pulse of the working class of the nation and knows that an impeachment resolution would energize his base to no end, furthermore such a resolution would expose every Democrat in the place as the radical leftist they are and would have laudable effects on election 2018.

If I was President Trump I’d take careful note of this example and do all I could to bait one of the house radicals like Maxine Waters to introduce a resolution of impeachment as soon as possible, perhaps by baiting the very gullible radical left, particularly in Hollywood and in the black lives matter movement to demand such a resolution. It would take little effort to make it an internet cause celebe. In fact I would beat the bushes of the left to find a radical democrats on the state level demanding impeachment and quietly encouraging them to primary sitting democrat congressmen and bankrolling pacs backing them with the express purpose of pressuring a member of the Democrat caucus to introduce such a resolution.  Because those democrats would be a lot easier to beat in the general election in anything that isn’t a completely blue state.

Furthermore an impeachment vote now would put any republican in the house who might consider for one moment to vote for it on the spot.  Such a pro-impeach vote would guarantee a pro-trump primary challenge that would likely not end well for the sitting congressman, after all consider what Robert Costa discovered about GOP voters when he left his bubble.

The left lives in a bubble amplified by Culture, but Trump has actual power backed up by the law.  I suggest he use it.


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