Senate Republicans Block Erroneously Named “For The People Act” Bill Designed to Keep Democrats in Power Forever

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Senate Republicans Tuesday blocked sweeping legislation on election and campaign finance reforms that Democrats said is crucial to ensuring voting rights and saving democracy but the GOP blasted as a partisan power grab.

The “For the People Act” needed 60 votes to clear a procedural vote in the Senate Tuesday, but Republicans filibustered and killed the legislation from advancing to debate. No Republicans joined with the 50 Democrats on the motion to proceed.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said Republicans won’t stand for Democrats’ attempt to impose new voting standards on states that would “rig” elections in their favor. He called the substance of the nearly 900-page bill “rotten” to its core.

Republicans took issue with imposing federal standards on state elections that they said would weaken state ID requirements. They also oppose starting a new public financing system for congressional elections and politicizing the Federal Elections Commission that enforces campaign finance laws.

Even GOP moderate Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska said she couldn’t support the “partisan federal takeover of the election system.” In a floor speech, she said she’d back elements of the bill and will co-sponsor the separate John Lewis Voting Rights Act, but can’t back Democrats’ “one-size-fits-all” reforms.

Democrats, with the White House on their side, framed the legislation as an urgent priority to save democracy in the face of GOP efforts in state legislatures around the country to pass “voter suppression laws” in the wake of former President Trump’s 2020 election loss and unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud.

“Democracy is in peril, here, in America,” President Biden’s White House said in a statement Tuesday supporting the bill. “The right to vote – a sacred right in this country – is under assault with an intensity and an aggressiveness we have not seen in a long time.”

Voting rights have been such a concern for the White House that Vice President Kamala Harris presided over the debate on the Senate floor Tuesday evening and announced the failed 50-50 vote. Afterward, she said the White House is committed to ensuring access to the polls. “The fight is not over,” she told reporters at the Capitol.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., accused the GOP of being “afraid” to debate the merits of voting rights because they’d be forced to defend their efforts to disenfranchise voters.

“I want to be clear about what just happened on the Senate floor,” Schumer said immediately following the vote. “Every single Senate Republican just voted against starting debate … on legislation to protect Americans’ voting rights.”

He added: “This vote, I’m ashamed to say, is further evidence that voter suppression has become part of the official platform of the Republican Party.”

The “For the People Act” was numbered H.R. 1 and S.1 in the House and Senate to signify it was the top priority of Democratic leadership. The bill already passed the House with no GOP support.

The voting rights legislation, if enacted, would take aim at big-dollar donors and dark money in politics by requiring additional disclosure of campaign donors and disclaimers on political advertising. Presidential candidates would also be required to release their tax returns.

It would set up a new 6-1 public matching financing system for congressional elections to encourage more grassroots donations and require states to adopt independent redistricting commissions to prevent partisan gerrymandering.

And the legislation would set basic standards for states to run elections, such as mandating at least 15 days of early voting, setting up automatic voter registration, and permitting the use of student IDs or sworn written statements in states that have voter identification requirements.

While all 50 Democrats were united in moving to debate the bill, with Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., striking a last-minute deal with Schumer, Democrats are deeply divided on what to do next.

A top Democratic political adviser criticized his own party for wasting time on the S.1 legislation that won’t pass. Dmitri Mehlhorn, a key confidant to Democratic funder Reid Hoffman, argued the legislative push was setting the party up for failure and “dragging me and my country off a cliff,” according to a report in POLITICO.

Progressives are demanding that Senate Democrats get rid of the legislative filibuster so they can pass the sweeping election reforms, D.C. statehood bill, gun control and police reform bills without any GOP support. But Manchin and Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema have doubled down on their opposition to eliminating the filibuster, meaning any pathway forward on voting reforms would need GOP support.

The Democrats overplayed their hand.

Lost in their arrogant euphoria over the rigged results of the 2020 Presidential Election and their gains in Congress, they believed that they could do anything…including passing a bill into law which would ensure that they remained in power in Washington forever.

The Democrats truly believe that, like all of the other Marxists who were determined to “radically change” the government of their country and succeeded, that they will be successful, too.

There is a very important roadblock standing between the Democrats and their quest for “Radical Change”.

The difference between, say, a country like Venezuela, which was once a beautiful capitalist nation, and the United States of America, is the System of Checks and Balances which our Founding Fathers, in their brilliance, put into place to prevent wannabe tyrants, such as the Far Left Democrat Elite, from turning our Constitutional Republic into something that it was never meant to be.

That is not to say that the Democrats will not keep trying to change our Republic into a “Democratic Socialist” (i.e., MARXIST) country.

However, they will find it much harder to do thanks to the precious document that is the United States Constitution.

Thanks to that document, the power of this great nation does not reside in the Washington, D.C, Beltway, the Northeast Municipalities, or the West Coast.

America’s power is equally shared by its citizens in every state in the union.

EVERYBODY’S vote counts.

Everybody who is a citizen of the United States of America, that is.

The Democrats tried to cheat their way around that fact.

That is why they are so feverishly attempting to stop the 2020 Presidential Election Audits which are springing up, starting with Arizona.

If there was nothing to hide, why would they care is a state audited their votes which were counted in the 2020 Presidential Election?

When it all comes down to what Americans are watching transpire, these same political shenanigans have occurred whenever Marxists attempt to take over a Sovereign Nation’s sitting government.

The biggest problem that these Marxists who are calling themselves Democrats face in keeping them from succeeding with their mission of “radical change” is the fact that that there are more Patriotic Americans than there are “Useful Idiots”.


Until He Comes,




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House Democrat Majority Votes to Impeach…and Trump is STILL the President


This is not helping the Democratic Party. When you look at swing states and swing voters, they’ve had it with this impeachment — and, frankly, for voters who really don’t care a lot about the intricacies of the House process, they’re turned off. This is the most partisan process I think we’ve ever seen. I was part of Bill Clinton’s defense team in 1999. There was some sense that this was a bipartisan process even if people disagreed. They’re not gonna win the next election on this Ukraine issue or on impeachment. – Doug Shoen, Democratic Strategist and Fox News Analyst, 12/18/19 reports that

Without any Republican support, the House on Wednesday night voted to impeach President Trump for “abuse of power” and “obstruction of Congress” related to his dealings with Ukraine, making Trump the third American president ever to be impeached.

The separate votes on the two counts teed up an all-but-certain Senate acquittal, should House Democrats forward the charges to the GOP-controlled chamber. They also fulfilled a promise made by some Democrats ever since Trump’s inauguration to impeach him, even as polls have shown support for impeachment declining.

But, late Wednesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif, floated the possibility of a delay in passing a resolution to formally send the articles of impeachment to the Senate, where Republicans likely would present a strong defense of the president that could prove politically damaging for vulnerable Democrats.

“We’ll make a decision… as we go along.” Pelosi told reporters, adding that “we’ll see what the process will be on the Senate side.”

“We have acted,” Pelosi said. “Now, they’ll understand what their responsibilities are, and we’ll see what that is.”

In 1998, after the impeachment of Bill Clinton, the House sent the charges off to the Senate within minutes. This time around, the House may want to hold onto the articles as leverage to extract concessions from Senate Republicans — or to bury impeachment as polls show it is increasingly unpopular among moderates in key battleground states.

Republicans and conservative commentators slammed any delay in the Senate trial as crass partisan gamesmanship, noting that just this past March, Pelosi had vowed that impeachment would need to be a bipartisan effort. In the end, the only bipartisan aspect of the impeachment process was that a handful of Democrats joined Republicans to oppose it.

That said, this special resolution which the House must approve is considered “privileged,” meaning that if any member wants to call up a vote to transfer it to the Senate, that must happen right away. But, the House can continue to hold onto the articles of impeachment if the resolution were defeated.

The historic impeachment votes were tallied as Trump was holding a rally on friendly turf in frigid downtown Battle Creek, Mich., where thousands lined up hours in advance — with some reportedly sleeping in tents beginning Tuesday night so that they could guarantee a seat.

“By the way, it doesn’t really feel like we’re being impeached,” Trump said at the rally. “The country is doing better than ever before. We did nothing wrong.”

He went on to say that Pelosi and House Democrats had “branded themselves with an eternal mark of shame,” and were on a “political suicide march.”

“I don’t know about you, but I’m having a great time,” Trump said. “I’m not worried.”

The White House, in a statement, said Democrats had denied Trump “fundamental fairness and due process under the law,” and added that Trump was “confident the Senate will restore regular order, fairness, and due process, all of which were ignored in the House proceedings.”

“Today marks the culmination in the House of one of the most shameful political episodes in the history of our Nation,” the White House said. “Without receiving a single Republican vote, and without providing any proof of wrongdoing, Democrats pushed illegitimate articles of impeachment against the President through the House of Representatives.  Democrats have chosen to proceed on this partisan basis in spite of the fact that the President did absolutely nothing wrong.  Indeed, weeks of hearings have proved that he did nothing wrong.”

The vote total on the abuse-of-power count was 230-197, with Hawaii Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard voting present. The obstruction vote total was 229-198, with Gabbard also voting present on that count too.

Okay. So now, the lemmings have marched over the cliff.

They should be jumping for joy like all the Twitter Trolls out there living in their Moms’ basements.

Instead, San Fran Nan teases that she might hold off on sending their made-up Articles of Impeachment to the Senate.

I wonder why?

Perhaps, she thinks that she can bargain with some of the Republican Elite, who she believes do not really care for President Trump.

Perhaps her dementia is running wild and she believes that she controls the Senate, also.

Or, perhaps she realizes that she and her fellow House Democrats are about to not only face a huge national embarrassment courtesy of the Senate when they acquit the President and then they will also face a political tsunami in the 2020 President Election when President Trump is reelected by a landslide and angry average Americans give control of the House of Representatives back to the Republicans.

Meanwhile, on Twitter, the basement-living Trolls are wondering why Trump is still President, having no clue as to how our Republic System of Government actually works.

Just imagine how they, the Main Stream Media, The Squad, and the rest of the Far Left Democrats are going to act when the Senate either dismisses the Impeachment or acquits President Trump.

The Democrats, in their zeal to somehow, someway, get rid of Trump have committed Political Mass Seppuku.

They just don’t realize it…yet.

Until He Comes,



Trump Sends Pelosi a Blistering Letter Before The Impeachment Vote Over Nothing at All


Folks, all that’s happening here is the Democrats using the free media of these televised hearings to have every Democrat that walks or sits before a microphone simply lie to you in a political pursuit of Donald Trump in the next election in 2020. They are still trying to reverse the 2016 election. They are using a friendly, slavish media to use these hearings to simply lie about what Donald Trump did, what Donald Trump wanted, what Donald Trump was thinking. And it can all be nuked.

Every claim they are making can be destroyed and has been. But they’re not stopping because it isn’t about the substance of this. It’s about making it sound so horrible in news sound bites, ’cause not everybody’s watching this today, but they may see sound bites of it tonight, so it’s just the ongoing effort to at its bear minimum lie to the American people about what a rotten guy Donald Trump is, even though they have no evidence for it and every attempt at evidence has been blown to smithereens. – Rush Limbaugh, 12/17/19 reports that

President Trump, in a blistering, no-holds-barred six-page letter Tuesday to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., lambasted the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry as an “open war on American Democracy,” writing that she has 0violated her oath of office and “cheapened the importance of the very ugly word, impeachment!”

“Everyone, you included, knows what is really happening,” Trump said, just a day before House Democrats were expected to vote to impeach him. “Your chosen candidate lost the election in 2016, in an Electoral College landslide (306-227), and you and your party have never recovered from this defeat. So you have spent three straight years attempting to overturn the will of the American people and nullify their votes. You view democracy as your enemy!”

He went on: “You are the ones interfering in America’s elections. You are the ones subverting America’s Democracy. You are the ones Obstructing Justice. You are the ones bringing pain and suffering to our Republic for your own selfish personal, political, and partisan gain.”

Pelosi, speaking to reporters Tuesday evening, called the letter “ridiculous.” She said she feels “fine” but “sad” about the pending impeachment vote.

Trump specifically hammered Pelosi for daring “to invoke the Founding Fathers in pursuit of this election-nullification scheme,” and “even worse,” for “offending Americans of faith by continually saying ‘I pray for the President,’ when you know this statement is not true, unless it is meant in a negative sense.”

“It is a terrible thing you are doing,” Trump added, “but you will have to live with it, not I!”

The president argued that Democrats were trying to distract Americans from the strong economy and historically low unemployment numbers, and pointed out that Democrats have openly called for impeachment since the day he took office.

Democrats’ persistent but unsubstantiated allegations that the Trump campaign had conspired with Russians to influence the 2016 election, the president pointed out, ultimately “dissolved into dust,” but not before the nation had to endure years of “turmoil and torment.” (Also on Tuesday, in a highly unusual public statement, the secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court slammed the FBI for its misleading warrant applications to surveil a former Trump aide during the Russia probe, and demanded immediate corrective action.)

Concerning the obstruction-of-Congress impeachment count, Trump attacked Democrats for “trying to impeach the duly elected President of the United States for asserting Constitutionally based privileges that have been asserted on a bipartisan basis by administrations of both political parties throughout our nation’s history.”

And, regarding the abuse-of-power count, Trump noted that it was former Vice President Joe Biden who had “bragged” on video about having Ukraine’s allegedly corrupt prosecutor fired by threatening to withhold $1 billion in critical U.S. aid. But, House Republicans have been barred by Democrats from calling witnesses that would help them make the case that Trump’s concerns about Ukraine corruption were legitimate.

“More due process was afforded to those accused in the Salem Witch trials,” Trump wrote, observing that even Ukraine’s president has repeatedly said at the United Nations that he felt no undue pressure from the White House.

Pelosi has come under withering fire from the president as Democrats barrelled toward an impeachment vote. Earlier this week, Trump suggested that Pelosi’s teeth were “falling out” during a news conference on impeachment.

Trump’s letter came a day before House Democrats are expected to vote along party lines to impeach the president, sending the matter to the GOP-controlled Senate for a virtually certain acquittal. Moderate Democrats in districts Trump won in 2016 largely have fallen in line in favor of impeachment, with only two exceptions.

So, today is the day.

The House Democrats are going vote to impeach President Trump.

They have kept their promise…to themselves.

All those other things which they promised the suburban housewives who voted them into power in the 2018 Midterm Elections were just words spoken by professional politicians…”sound and fury, signifying nothing”.

The Democrats wooed suburban housewives in red districts for the same reason that rich Iranian students in our Universities during the Iranian Revolution romanced American co-eds: they were simply a means to an end.

The Democrats have been bound and determined to impeach Donald J. Trump from the instant that grief overtook them all on the night of November 8, 2016, when they realized that average Americans between the coasts had elected him as the 45th President of the United States of America.

Their every waking moment has been dedicated to the cause of ridding themselves of the President by any means necessary.

The Democrats have tried encouraging open borders through their minions in the Main Stream Media attempting to drum up sympathy for the thousands of invaders from “the Triangle” who were attempting to break into our country.

Trump thwarted that plan.

The Democrats attempted to block his nominee to the Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh, by besmirching his character with a “witness” telling a false tale of debauchery.

That failed, too.

And, let us not forget Special Council Robert Mueller and his “Investigative Team” of lawyers who were all donors to the Democratic Party, spending our tax payments while attempting to prove a bunch of lies about President Trump “colluding” with the Russians.

That blew up in the Democrats’ faces.

And now, the House Dems are going to vote to impeach President Donald J. Trump…over nothing.

I don’t blame Trump at all for telling Pelosi off. She has had it coming for a long time.

Today’s spectacle will be the biggest bunch of bull on television since Geraldo Rivera opened up Al Capone’s Vault.

And, just like Al Capone’s vault…there will be nothing there.

Until He Comes,






Most “Red District” Democrats are Saying That They Will Vote “Yes” on Impeachment…Their Constituents Are Not Happy


Democrats in “Red Districts” appear to be lining up to hop aboard Pelosi’s Crazy Train. reports that

With just hours to go until the House Rules Committee meets at 11 a.m. ET Tuesday for a marathon session to set the ground rules on this week’s final impeachment vote, many of the moderate Democrats in districts President Trump won in 2016 have started to fall in line in favor of impeachment.

Other than New Jersey Rep. Jeff Van Drew, who has mulled switching to the Republican Party, and Minnesota Rep. Collin Peterson, no other Democrat occupying one of the 31 House districts that Trump won in 2016 has announced opposition to impeachment. All Republicans in Congress and the Senate have opposed impeachment.

At the same time, New York Rep. Max Rose, whose district backed Trump by 10 points in 2016 and who has long campaigned on bipartisanship, announced Friday he would support impeaching the president.

“A president coercing a foreign government into targeting American citizens is not just another example of scorched earth politics, it serves as an invitation to the enemies of the United States to come after any citizen, so long as they disagree with the President,” Rose said in a statement.

Anti-impeachment Democrat Jeff Van Drew meets with Trump to discuss party switch
Does this prove how unpopular impeachment is? Presidential historian Doug Wead says the switch demonstrates the Democratic Party is being ripped in two.
Pennsylvania Rep. Conor Lamb, Arizona Rep. Tom O’Halleran and Nevada Rep. Susie Lee, all Democrats representing Trump-won districts, have also said they will back impeachment.

And, Texas Rep. Colin Allred, a Democrat who flipped a GOP seat in 2018, called Trump’s actions an “unacceptable violation of his oath of office and constitute an impeachable abuse of power.” Allred’s district went to Hillary Clinton by just 1.9 points.

Not all moderate Democrats have weighed in, with several saying the vote will be a challenging decision. The House is comprised of 431 members, meaning Democrats would need 217 yeas to impeach Trump. There currently have been 233 Democrats, so they could lose only 16 of their own and still impeach the president.

The indications from moderates strongly suggested, though, that the president will be impeached by a floor vote of the full House this week, either on Wednesday or Thursday — setting up an all-but-certain acquittal by the GOP-controlled Senate.

Meanwhile, support for impeachment has flatlined in several battleground-state polls.  However, a Fox News poll this week showed that nationally, 50 percent wanted Trump impeached and removed from office. Only 4 percent wanted Trump impeached but not removed by the Senate, and 41 percent opposed impeaching him altogether.

On Monday, House Democrats laid out their impeachment case against Trump in a sweeping report accusing him of betraying the nation and deserving to be ousted.

What Democrats once likely hoped would be a bipartisan act, only the third time in U.S. history the House will be voting to impeach a president, is now on track to be a starkly partisan roll call Wednesday.

Before that can happen, the Rules Committee will weigh in, in a break from recent history. During the 1998 impeachment of Bill Clinton, the House did not look to the Rules Committee to set up debate. Instead, the articles of impeachment came up on the House floor through a parliamentary phenomenon known as “privilege.” The House then secured a unanimous consent agreement, meaning all 435 members agreed to continue to consider the articles of impeachment over a two-day period. Such unanimous agreement was not considered feasible in this hyper-partisan environment. (An eye-popping 283 members of the House participated in the impeachment debate on the floor in 1998.)

After the Rules Committee concludes testimony Tuesday, the panel will present a “rule” for the actual floor debate on Wednesday. After a committee debate, the panel votes on the rule and sends it to the floor. House Rules Committee Chairman Jim McGovern, D-Mass., told Fox News he wasn’t sure how long the debate would be on Wednesday or if they would tie together debate on both articles of impeachment or set up separate debate on each article. McGovern doubted the debate, and thus vote on the articles of impeachment, would drift into Thursday.

The Rules Committee usually has to produce a rule for debate one day in advance. That’s why the Rules Committee is meeting Tuesday, so the actual impeachment debate will unfold on the floor Wednesday.

Tension has remained high outside Washington. A raucous town hall Monday in the Detroit suburbs, for example, put on display the nation’s wrenching debate over the unconventional president and the prospect of removing him from office. Freshman Rep. Elissa Slotkin was both heckled and celebrated as the Democrat announced her support for impeachment.

“There’s certainly a lot of controversy about this,” Slotkin told the crowd of 400. “But, there just has to be a moment where you use the letter of the law for what they were intended.”

And, a California town hall meeting featuring House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., descended into chaos after jeers led to clashes among attendees. Schiff was discussing how recognition of the Armenian genocide was a significant bipartisan issue at the event hosted by the Armenian National Committee of America on Saturday when members of the crowd began shouting at him.

“You will be going to jail for treason!” one man could be heard shouting in videos from the event that were posted online. The man acknowledged the outburst was unrelated to the purpose of the event, stating, “No disrespect to you all, I’m glad you guys are getting recognized for your genocide, but this man is a f—–g liar!”

“Liar!” at least one attendee at the Glendale event yelled.

The commotion escalated from there, with a number of people present bearing signs or shirts supporting President Trump and opposing the impeachment process. Schiff is one of the leaders of the impeachment inquiry, which is expected to lead to a vote by the full House later this week.

Kamikaze, or “Divine Wind” was the name given to World War II Japanese Pilots, who committed suicide by flying their planes into American ships.

Incredibly, despite the immense sacrifice involved, it’s estimated that only 14% to 19% of Kamikaze aircraft succeeded in hitting their targets.

Many were shot down before they could get close to the ships they were attempting to damage, while others missed because of errors made by their pilots.

Even with their poor rate of success, the Kamikaze pilots were still able to earn themselves a place in history as one of Japan’s most dangerous weapons from the Second World War.

Throughout the conflict, at least 47 Allied ships were sunk by Kamikaze fighters, while  300 were seriously damaged.

I bring them up because this is exactly what those Democratic House of Representative Members representing “Red Districts” will be doing if they vote to impeach President Donald J. Trump.

They will be sacrificing their political careers on the altar of Democratic Socialism, the political philosophy which the Democratic Party has now fully embraced and which is the movement behind their rush to Impeaching the President.

Just like the Fascist Japanese Fanatics who sacrificed their lives for their Emperor, Pelosi, Schiff, Nadler, and the rest of Democrat Elite are forcing these House Members to face certain political death by impeaching a President who is popular with the people whom they are supposed to be serving in Congress.

And, just like the Kamikaze Pilots, they, too, will be engaged in a futile gesture as their Impeachment Effort will be shot down in flames in the Republican-led Senate.

And, just like those who ordered the Kamikaze Pilots to their fates, most of the Democratic Party Elite will keep their jobs even after they lose their House Majority in the 2020 Presidential Election when the President is reelected.

So, my question is: Why are you Democratic Representatives following along like lemmings over the cliff in a Walt Disney True Life Adventure?

Save your political careers and vote “NO” on Impeachment.

…if you value your phony-baloney jobs.

Until He Comes,






Schumer Sends McConnell “Parameters” For Senate Trial…It’s Time to Shut Down the Dems Either By Dismissal or Acquittal

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Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., on Sunday sent Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., a letter outlining the parameters for a weekslong Senate impeachment trial, including the proposal that former National Security Adviser John Bolton and acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney be subpoenaed to testify.

Bolton and Mulvaney were among four new witnesses whose testimonies Democrats were seeking for the impeachment trial over President Trump’s actions toward Ukraine.

In the letter, Schumer proposed the structure for a “fair and honest” trial, in an attempt to launch negotiations ahead of House voting this week.

Trump is accused of abusing his presidential power by asking Ukraine to investigate his political rival, former Vice President Joe Biden, while holding American military aid as leverage, and obstructing Congress by blocking the House’s efforts to investigate his actions. Trump and the White House repeatedly have denied he did anything wrong.

An impeachment vote is widely expected in the Democrat-controlled House, but likely will be quashed in the Senate, where Republicans have held the majority. McConnell has signaled his preference for a speedy trial.

Schumer wrote in his letter that the trial must “be one that not only hears all of the evidence and adjudicates the case fairly; it must also pass the fairness test with the American people.”

Schumer also proposed a detailed structure and timeline for a trial to begin Jan. 7, with the swearing-in of Chief Justice John Roberts to oversee the proceedings and stretching for several weeks as Democrats subpoena witnesses and testimony.

A recent book claimed that Bolton labeled the alternative foreign policy being run by Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani and others as a “drug deal,” and he wanted no part of it. He left his post in September.

In addition to Bolton and Mulvaney, Schumer said Democrats also wanted testimony from two other White House officials: Robert Blair, a top Mulvaney aide, and Michael Duffey, a budget official who was tasked with handling the Ukraine issue.

Schumer additionally set out a specific schedule that would allow for 24 hours of opening arguments by the House Democrats’ impeachment managers and then 24 hours for the White House lawyers to present their arguments, followed by days of witness testimony.

A spokesman for McConnell told Fox News that the Senate majority leader “has made it clear he plans to meet with Leader Schumer to discuss the contours of a trial soon. That timeline has not changed.”

McConnell has made clear in recent days his preference for a speedy trial without calling witnesses, as other Republicans said they feared it could become a spectacle.

Appearing on CBS News’ “Face the Nation” Sunday, top ally Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said he also preferred a swift trial.

“I’d tell the president, if somebody is ready to acquit you, I’d sort of get out of the way,” Graham said. He warned that calling witnesses could mean that Trump administration officials such as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, whom the White House previously blocked from appearing before investigators, could be forced to testify.

“I understand the president’s frustration, but I think what’s best for the country is to get this thing over with,” Graham said. “I clearly made up my mind. I’m not trying to hide the fact that I have disdain for the accusations in the process, so I don’t need any witnesses.”

Trump has lashed out repeatedly against impeachment and has told confidants that even if he’s acquitted in the Senate as expected, it will mark a stain on his legacy.

“The Impeachment Hoax is just a continuation of the Witch Hunt which has been going on for 3 years. We will win!” Trump tweeted Sunday.

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said Sunday on ABC News’ “This Week” that Trump should be able to call witnesses, including Biden’s son Hunter and the whistleblower who reported Trump’s July telephone conversation with Ukraine’s president.

Hunter Biden was on the board of a Ukrainian energy company while his father was vice president, and Trump has alleged that Joe Biden got a Ukrainian prosecutor fired because the prosecutor was looking into the energy company. The U.S. and many other Western governments had pushed for the prosecutor’s ouster, saying he was soft on crime.

McConnell and the rest of the Senate Republicans should not do the Democrats any favors.

If there was a way for only the Republicans to be able to call witnesses during the Senate Trial, I would love for Rep. Adam Schiff and the Bidens to be sworn in and be made to answer questions about Ukraine and the Impeachment Sham.

However, there is a part of me that wants this whole Crazy Train of the Democrats derailed by a quick dismissal or acquittal, giving them no chance to continue their mockery of our country, our Constitution, and our right as American Citizens to choose whom we want to be our President through the Constitutional Process of the Electoral College.

In my 61 years of life, I have never seen this Sacred Land so divided.

And, the kicker is the fact that it has been irresponsibly done for the sole purpose of a political party seeking to rule our daily lives and to radically change our Sovereign Nation, even though they lost the last Presidential Election fair and square.

These power-hungry professional politicians simply do not care about the wishes of those who live in the 80% of America’s land mass which is colored red on the 2016 Presidential Election Electoral Map.

Our wishes, our culture, our faith, and our daily lives do not matter to them.

Their unbridled hatred of President Trump and their lust to regain the power of the Presidency have made them oblivious to the opinions of anyone who does not believe in their “just cause”

We are all a bunch of “Deplorables” to them.

All of the spying, the baseless accusations, the Russia Probe Lynch Mob, and now, the Impeachment Sham, have all been a byproduct of the Democrat’s arrogant uncontrollable grief over Trump’s popularity and relationship with average Americans, which led to his election by those whom they abandoned long ago for special interest groups.

Between now and their Christmas Break, the Senate Republicans must stomp on the Democrats hard enough to where they will think twice about attempting any of this garbage again.

The Democrats have wasted the time and money of American Taxpayers while they threw a three year long temper tantrum like a bunch of spoiled brats.

And, while they were doing nothing but that, President Trump was making America great again.

It is time that the Democrats had a Reality Check.

Until He Comes,