Biden Calls for Prosecution for Anyone Who Ignores a Subpoena to Appear Before the House Democrats’ January 6th Kangaroo Court…err…Commission

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Newsmax.com reports that

President Joe Biden said on Friday the Justice Department should prosecute people who defy subpoenas to testify before a congressional select committee probing the deadly Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol.

“I hope that the committee goes after them and holds them accountable,” Biden said, referring to the House of Representatives Select Committee investigating the riot.

Asked whether he believed the Justice Department should prosecute, Biden told reporters, “I do, yes.”

The committee plans to vote on Tuesday on adopting a contempt of Congress report against Steve Bannon, a longtime adviser to former President Donald Trump who has not complied with the committee’s subpoena.

Trump urged former aides to refuse to cooperate, citing executive privilege, which legal experts in turn dispute and Biden has refused to acknowledge.

If the committee approves the contempt case against Bannon, it will go to a full House vote. From there, the Justice Department and Attorney General Merrick Garland would decide whether to pursue prosecution.

In response to Biden’s remarks on Friday, a Justice Department spokesperson told ABC News that the department “will make its own independent decisions in all prosecutions based solely on the facts and the law.”

Hundreds of protesters stormed the U.S. Capitol building on Jan. 6 in an unsuccessful attempt to overturn Trump’s election defeat by Biden. Several deaths, injuries and Capitol officer suicides have been linked to the event.

The committee has subpoenaed other officials including former Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark, Trump former chief of staff Mark Meadows, deputy chief of staff Dan Scavino and former Defense Department official Kash Patel.

The above article was courtesy of Thomson/Reuters.

You can tell by the Liberal Slant.

IN his demented state, Biden has a lot of nerve, considering that Harvard Law Professor Jonathan Turley has called for a special prosecutor to investigate Hunter Biden, James Biden, and Joe Biden’s lucrative Foreign Affairs “Consulting” Business, along with the infamous laptop.

Not only is #BareShelvesBiden attempting a misdirection play, Pelosi is covering her a@@, also.

Simple. She is covering her a@@.

As anyone who has halfway been paying attention knows, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is in charge of the Capitol Police, who opened the doors for the rioters to enter the Capitol Building.

Now, boys and girls, I’m just spit-balling here, but there a several things that just do not add up in Pelosi and the Democrats’ version of what happened on January 6, 2021.

Information has come out that the “insurrection” was pre-planned. An allegation proven by the fact that pipe bombs were planted and found before the end of President Trump’s speech that day.

Also, the “rioters” were already “storming” the Capitol while Trump was still speaking.

And, why did Pelosi and McConnell block the request for 10,000 National Guard Troops from President Trump, himself?

Oh, and why did the Capitol Police Officers guarding the Capital Building let the rioters in?

By the way, of the two hundred fifty people, out of the tens of thousands who were at Trump’s Speech, arrested for their actions that day, they are finding nut jobs who DID NOT VOTE FOR TRUMP.

In fact, they did not even vote in the 2020 Presidential Election.

Y’know, Pelosi sure is reticent to talk about her duties as Speaker of the House as they pertain to the “insurrection”.

I hope that I do not sound like a conspiracy theorist, but…what if the entire “insurgence” on January 6th was not just preplanned but it was a political frame job by Pelosi and the Democrat Elite.

Come to think of it, my supposition is not that far-fetched when you consider the same crowd attempted to unconstitutionally impeach a private citizen simply because they were overcome with Trump Derangement Syndrome and they did not want to him to be able to run for President again in 2024 or be involved in politics in any way.

And, now those same professional politicians are going to to provide cover for themselves with a “9/11-Style Commission”, once again going after a private citizen in a vendetta which the entire nation has already recognized to be wrong and not important to the needs of our country and her people .

 This is nothing but a Kangaroo Court presided on by a bunch of hypocrites trying to  divert Americans’ attention from the fact that they are in the midst of radically changing our Constitutional Republic into a Marxist Nation.

No wonder Trump has invoked “Executive Privilege”

Until He Comes,

KJ

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Hypocrite Adam Schiff Rages at Steve Bannon

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Executive Privilege – a claim by the President or another high official of the executive branch that he/she need not answer a request (including a subpena issued by a court or Congress) for confidential government or personal communications, on the ground that such revelations would hamper effective governmental operations and decision-making. The rationale is that such a demand would violate the principle of separation of powers among the executive, legislative and judicial branches. – legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com

FoxNews.com reports that

House Democrats said Thursday they are looking at initiating contempt proceedings against former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, complaining that he cited “executive privilege” to brush off a host of questions during a tense closed-door interview with the House Intelligence Committee.

Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., told reporters that Bannon stonewalled “almost all of the questions,” with the exception of a series of 25 scripted questions from the White House — all of which he answered “no.” Schiff added that Bannon said he had been instructed to invoke executive privilege by the White House.

“That claim of executive privilege is breathtaking and insupportable and, indeed at times, it was laughable,” Schiff said.

Schiff said that Democrats will push for initiating contempt charges against Bannon, a move that would require support from Republicans on the committee. Schiff said Republicans appeared supportive and will confer with their leadership on the next step.

“He’s brought our committee together,” he said.

Executive Privilege…Executive Privilege…where have I heard those words before?

Oh, yeah. Now, I remember.

From ABC News, June 20, 2012

President Obama today invoked executive privilege to shield documents related to the “Fast and Furious” gun walking scandal from a congressional investigation, marking the first time his administration has invoked the right and the 25th time it’s been used since 1980. In response, a House committee voted Wednesday along party lines to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress. The White House dismissed the proceedings as “political theater.”

Louis Fisher, author of “Politics of Executive Privilege,” questioned the legitimacy of the administration’s claim to executive privilege.

“If it had been legitimate, I think they could have raised it a year ago,” Fisher said. “It doesn’t look good to work with a committee for more than a year and then to pop out that this is executive privilege.”

The use of executive privilege to protect internal discussions and deliberations can be traced back to George Washington. However, it was the Supreme Court’s 1974 ruling in the Nixon Watergate scandal that established executive privilege as a legal right and set forth its appropriate uses. Since Nixon, executive privilege has been used in every administration, although some presidents invoked the power more frequently than others.

I swear, the Modern Democratic Party are nothing but a bunch of whining hypocrites.

The Congressman is having a “Schiff-Fit” because former Trump Administration Member Steve Bannon has claimed Executive Privilege in response to questions designed to ruin both him and President Trump…questions based on a Political Dog and Pony Show designed to try to remove our Constitutionally-elected President from office because he is not a Professional Politician and he is trying to actually fulfill his Campaign Promises.

Obama covering his as…err…backside from his part in the Fast and Furious scandal by provoking “Executive Privilege” to keep from being impeached did not bother the Democrats in Congress in 2012, I’m sure.

And, gosh. Do you know who one of those members of Congress on the Democratic Side who supported President Obama in 2012 during the Fast and Furious Investigation and his declaring “Executive Privilege” was?

I’ll give you 3 guesses. And, the first two don’t count.

Aww…you guessed.

From Yahoo News, June 27, 2012

Schiff, a leading advocate against holding Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress on Thursday, replied “absolutely” when The Daily Caller asked him at a Wednesday press conference if “government misconduct” took place at anytime during the scandal.

…So, yes, we all acknowledge there are legitimate origins to this investigation but I think it has been untethered from that legitimate origin.”

“Untethered” meaning that Obama cut the rope which was going to tie him into the “misconduct” by claiming “Executive Privilege”.

Let’s face it, gentle reader. This whole Trump/Russia Collusion Fairy Tale has been nothing but an act of vengeance perpetrated by the Democratic Party, their minions in Congress, and their Deep State Operatives in the DOJ and FBI placed in motion to undo the results of the 2016 Presidential Election.

Because, Lord knows, the Far left Democratic Party can’t have a Republican President actually succeed in fulfilling his Campaign Promises.

That would mean that the Professional Politicians on Capitol Hill would actually have to work with President Trump on behalf of Americans, instead of themselves, to help make American Great Again.

And. Lord knows…we can’t have that. That would be too much like “right” (as we say in Dixie).

What a bunch of self-righteous hypocrites.

Until He Comes,

KJ

Et Tu, Bannon? Former WH Strategist Steve Bannon Trashes Trump in New Book

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In Act 3 of William Shakespeare’s play, “Julius Caesar”

Caesar and his train approach the Senate. He sees the soothsayer in the crowd and confidently declares, “The ides of March are come” (1). “Ay, Caesar; but not gone” (2), replies the soothsayer. Artemidorus is also on the street and he pleads with Caesar to read his scroll. But Caesar ignores him and enters the Senate. Cassius approaches him with a request to overturn a previous ruling and let a banished countrymen return home. Caesar answers with a flavoured speech, informing Cassius that “I was constant Cimber should be banish’d/And constant do remain to keep him so” (72-3).

The conspirators gather around Caesar and he sees his trusted friend Brutus among them. They pull out their swords and stab Caesar. With his dying breath Caesar addresses Brutus, “Et tu, Brute? Then fall, Caesar!” (77).

FoxNews.com reports that

President Trump fired back at former White House strategist Steve Bannon, who in a new book harshly criticizes the Trump team for a “treasonous” meeting with a Russian lawyer.

“Steve Bannon has nothing to do with me or my Presidency. When he was fired, he not only lost his job, he lost his mind. Steve was a staffer who worked for me after I had already won the nomination by defeating seventeen candidates, often described as the most talented field ever assembled in the Republican party,” Trump said in a statement Wednesday.

He continued: “Now that he is on his own, Steve is learning that winning isn’t as easy as I make it look. Steve had very little to do with our historic victory, which was delivered by the forgotten men and women of this country. Yet Steve had everything to do with the loss of a Senate seat in Alabama held for more than thirty years by Republicans. Steve doesn’t represent my base—he’s only in it for himself.”

In an excerpt of the book “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” Bannon took aim at Donald Trump Jr., Paul Manafort and Jared Kushner for agreeing to the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting in an apparent effort to obtain “dirt” on Hillary Clinton.

“Even if you thought that this was not treasonous, or unpatriotic, or bad s**t, and I happen to think it’s all of that, you should have called the FBI immediately,” Bannon said. 

He argued that the meeting should have been held “in a Holiday Inn in Manchester, New Hampshire” with lawyers instead of inside Trump Tower, doubting that Trump himself did not know about the sitdown. 

The head of Breitbart also had an ominous warning about the Russia investigation, predicting that Special Counsel Robert Mueller will go after Trump for money laundering. 

“It’s as plain as a hair on your face,” said Bannon.

Trump accused Bannon of repeatedly leaking “false information to make himself seem far more important than he was,” downplaying Bannon’s influence in the White House before he departed in August. 

“We have many great Republican members of Congress and candidates who are very supportive of the Make America Great Again agenda,” said Trump.

“Like me, they love the United States of America and are helping to finally take our country back and build it up, rather than simply seeking to burn it all down.”

In a statement, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders criticized the book by Michael Wolff: “This book is filled with false and misleading accounts from individuals who have no access or influence with the White House. Participating in a book that can only be described as trashy tabloid fiction exposes their sad desperate attempts at relevancy.”

Believe it or not, the Godfather of Conservative Talk Radio, Rush Limbaugh, predicted something like this on August 18, 2017 after Trump fired Bannon…

…And so they tried Russia. They tried Russia for a year. The fact they’re spending so much time on this is all the evidence I need to know they don’t have anything on Russia collusion, because they keep careening from story to story or issue to issue. The theme is get Trump, get rid of Trump, impeach Trump, somehow get Trump out. That’s what Russia was about and still is. They’re still hoping Mueller comes up with something. And now this Bannon business or this stuff that happened in Charlottesville, that’s all about getting Trump.But there’s so much focus and so much energy being put into it that it tells me they’ve got nothing anywhere else. Now they think that Trump has really dealt himself a suicidal blow. They believe — do not doubt me on this — they believe that the people that voted for Trump are going to revolt against Trump now because Trump got rid of the guy they really like, Steve Bannon.

In other words, Trump’s supporters really don’t want Trump. Trump’s gotta get elected, but Bannon is the guy, if Bannon’s not there, Trump can’t get anything done. That’s what the media wants you to think the Trump base believes. You know, I should better state it. That’s what the media believes. That’s what the Washington establishment believes. They really do. You might think, “Rush, don’t be silly. They’re not that crazy.” Yes, they are, folks. They have to invent outrageous stories to explain to themselves why they lost.

Remember, they think they own everything necessary to win every election. The fact is they are losing elections and continue to do so. They are not the majority of the country. They are not the mainstream. It just looks like it because they run the media. But they’re not, folks. They are not the mainstream.

So how can this go otherwise? Well, they could look at Bannon and try to turn him into a sympathetic figure. And they will say, you know, Bannon, he knew, he knew this was over. Everybody could see it, Trump had lost his mind, Trump never had a mind, and what little mind Trump had is gone now. It’s not salvageable and Bannon knew he had to get out of there. He gave it his best shot. He had to get out of there.

And so he went and talked to Kuttner at the Prospect and he purposely threw Trump overboard ’cause he had to get fired. He couldn’t quit, look the quitter, had to get fired, had to get out of there, because Trump is such a lost cause. That’s one way the media could take this, sympathetic to Bannon, and try to rope Bannon in and get him as a regular guest. That would be nirvana if they get Bannon in to start savaging Trump.

Oh, can you imagine how happy that would make ’em? Steve Bannon as a nightly strategist or contributor on either MSNBC or CNN. Whenever Trump utters anything, bring Bannon in, “What did he mean? If you had told him to say that, what would your objective have been?” Bannon could say, “Well, I didn’t tell him to say that, obviously, or he wouldn’t have said it.”

It could go any number of ways. But I wouldn’t be surprised if the last year they’ve hated Bannon with a purple passion and overnight turned sympathetic and appreciative of Bannon.

Just as Rush predicted, you can bank on seeing Bannon pop up on CNN, MSNBC, and other Main Stream Media outlets who will be sympathetic to his revenge against President Trump.

Quite honestly, I believe that Trump has withstood more attacks from known enemies and those who were supposed to be his “friends” in the last year than any United States President before him.

I have no idea why Steve Bannon made these statement except for the fact that they make him appear to be a self-serving blowhard.

There has been no evidence found of any sort of unconstitutional or unlawful activity regarding the Trump Campaign by Mueller and his staff of Democratic Donors.

The two indictments that they came up with had nothing at all to do with the Trump Campaign.

In fact, Paul Manafort  has filed a lawsuit which states that Mueller went out of the scope of the investigation to hand down the indictment against him.

And, truth be told, he has a good case.

Most of us have a “filter”. A still, small voice inside us which tells us when to speak and when to shut our yaps.

Evidently, Bannon possesses no such filter.

And, in this instance, bitterness won out over prudence and common sense.

Just as Brutus stabbed Caesar, so did Bannon stab Trump in the back.

The difference here is that Trump is not dead.

He is very much alive.

However, instead of fatally stabbing Trump in the back, Bannon may have just shot himself in the foot.

Until He Comes,

KJ

 

 

Is the “Trial By Media” of Judge Roy Moore a Bellweather for the Country?

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The following editorial appeared online at wsj.com last night as I was sitting down to write this post.

A famous country song aptly summed up where the Republicans are with Senate candidate Roy Moore in Alabama: You’ve got to know when to fold ’em.

There is no doubt a sense in which Mr. Moore deserves the opportunity to challenge accusations against him for acts alleged to have happened more than 30 years ago. Though too many women were too easily ignored in the past, we do not want to live in a country or political culture in which every accusation of sexual misconduct is automatically accepted as true. Accusers can be liars too.

But Mr. Moore isn’t in a courtroom today. He’s in the political arena in which a candidate has to maintain a minimal level of public credibility to survive. And his political situation has moved well beyond a more familiar she said/he said predicament.

Several women have made detailed accusations of sexual misconduct against Mr. Moore, and multiple people now say he was known for trolling shopping malls for young girls while in his 30s. Mr. Moore’s public defenses have also been less than convincing, not least that he doesn’t know his latest accuser, though he signed her yearbook.

Mr. Moore’s credibility has fallen below the level of survivability. Some of Mr. Moore’s presumed colleagues in the Senate have said they believe the women and that the judge should withdraw. Colorado’s Cory Gardner has suggested that even if Mr. Moore wins, the Senate should vote to expel him from the body. It’s a rare candidate who achieves that degree of political abandonment.

The sensible move would be for Mr. Moore to step away from the campaign and allow Alabama’s Republicans to put forth a more credible candidate to run as a write-in against Democrat Doug Jones. Most likely, Mr. Moore won’t do that. He made his reputation as an Alabama state judge by openly defying valid court orders, which twice cost him his court seat.

In the event that Mr. Moore refuses to drop out in the next day or so, President Trump might have more sway if he suggests that he leave the race. If Mr. Trump won’t do that, then the GOP will be better off if Mr. Moore loses, despite the blow to its Senate majority. Democrats and the media will make Mr. Moore the running mate of every Republican in 2018.

Alabama’s Republican voters are in a tough spot, and ideally they’d at least get the chance to choose between a prominent write-in candidate from their party or opt for sending a message by voting for the Democrat. For 25 years Democrats and feminists euphemized and apologized for Bill Clinton, starting with Gennifer Flowers before he was President. Republicans can show their standards are better.

There is one other obvious loser in this debacle: Former White House aide Steve Bannon. Some have argued that the Bannon insurgency against the Republican “establishment” is in the mode of earlier party challenges led by Ronald Reagan or Newt Gingrich. This one isn’t close. The populism of Reagan and Mr. Gingrich was always about building the conservative movement into a majority that could govern and change the country.

The Bannonites have given no evidence or argument that they are aiming that high. They want to defeat the existing majority—a conservative majority by any historical standard—mainly to show that they can depose Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

They have no discernible governing agenda beyond trade protectionism and slashing immigration, and those often appear to be convictions of convenience. It is hardly a surprise therefore that instead of recruiting talented candidates, Mr. Bannon is collecting cranks and outliers like Roy Moore who, demonstrably, will take the GOP into the minority.

The lesson Republican voters should draw from the Moore mess is that their future lies with nominating candidates who want to achieve substantive policy goals, such as a serious reform of the tax code or confirming originalist judges, rather than pouring their emotions into a political fringe that will always find a way to lose.

Raging against the establishment for the sake of raging is an agenda for losers, and it will cost conservatives the votes in Congress they need to achieve conservative goals.

Well, gosh.

I am so glad that a bunch of stuffed shirts in (said in my best Pace Picante Sauce commercial voice) New York City, know what is best for voters in Alabama.

Evidently, those who are aligned with the DC Republican Establishment up in the Northeast Corridor are just as clueless as the Democratic Elite who believe that America would elect a stone cold bi…err….Hillary Clinton as our president.

Just as it is blatantly obvious that the “Trial By Media” of Judge Roy Moore is a set-up, it has also come into sharp focus as to who is ultimately pulling the strings of the marionettes involved and why.

Rush Limbaugh explained it all on his program yesterday, as only he can…

I think Roy Moore is actually Steve Bannon being told by Mitch McConnell, “Oh, yeah? You think you’re getting rid of me? Let me show you what’s gonna happen to everybody you nominate to try to get rid of me.” Because Bannon has said that his objective is to get rid of Mitch McConnell, not just as leader of the Republicans, but out of the Senate. But certainly he wants to oust McConnell as the Senate Republican majority leader.

McConnell may look like a turtle, he may talk like a turtle, he may walk like a turtle, but the guy is not the turtle. He’s the scorpion, and you are seeing the McConnell scorpion sting right now. And if it weren’t Roy Moore, it would be somebody else that Bannon had chosen to support who had become a Republican candidate with the objective being to get rid of Mitch.

…See, this is the thing about this story that, without even commenting on Moore’s guilt or innocence, it’s so obvious what’s happening here. It’s just patently obvious. They don’t want this guy in Washington. Nobody wants this guy elected anywhere near either political party. The establishment doesn’t. To hell with what the people of Alabama have done voting-wise. To hell with what the voters of Alabama want to happen, that it doesn’t matter. The parties do not want this guy anywhere near.

The latest is — believe this. Apparently if the Republican Party of Alabama, after the election, if Roy Moore wins it, they can essentially say, “You know what? We were not represented. This guy is not a Republican.” They can void the election outcome by simply claiming that he was not a Republican or that they don’t sanction the result because he’s not a Republican or he doesn’t represent, whatever. If the party pulls out and does not allow Moore the identification, then apparently they can void the election and start the whole process over.

So you’ve got McConnell responding to Bannon. There’s no question that’s a lot of what this is. But you’ve also got the swamp. Nobody in either party wanting this guy anywhere near Washington, DC. And it doesn’t matter what the voters want. It doesn’t matter. Just on the basis of allegations, it doesn’t matter, because there isn’t a conviction, there isn’t without-a-doubt proof or any of that. It’s just that they don’t want this guy anywhere near there. And that’s what they’re gonna make happen.

This is a microcosm of what they’re trying to do to Trump. They’re essentially trying to say Trump is not fit, Trump is not worthy, Trump is not justified. There’s a coup that’s been underway to essentially disregard the duly constituted presidential election of 2016.

From the day that Donald J. Trump announced his intentions to run for the office of the President of the United States of America, the sphincters of those in the Halls of Power of both Political Parties in Washington, D.C. have been puckered tighter than Rosie O’Donnell’s grip on a Thanksgiving Turkey Leg.

The Republicans tried every which way they could to take the nomination away from him at the Convention. When they failed, they resigned themselves to ride his coat tails to victory and deal with him once he got into office.

Since Trump assumed office, there have been two impediments to him keeping his promises to the American People: the Democratic Party…and the Republican Party.

For every promise that we hear from Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, and the rest of the G.O.P. that they are going to support and assist Trump in fulfilling his campaign promises, there are also deals being struck in the Congressional Coatroom, where “business as usual” has always been conducted on Capitol Hill.

The Establishment Republicans seem to be quite content, in their Moderately Left-leaning stupor, even after the mandate that We The People delivered to them on November 8th, 2016, to be totally oblivious and tone-deaf of their Base, average hard-working middle-class Americans like you and me.

You know, the people who actually put them into office.

They keep on making bad choices.

Spineless Vichy Republicans have been a barrier to Republican victory for as long as I can remember. Like Quakers, Establishment Republicans seem to believe that passive resistance and reaching out to their sworn enemies as “friends”, is the way to defeat those who oppose you.

It was especially bad during Obama’s reign, as the House and Senate Republican Leadership apparently cherished their friendship with the Democrats more than they did the wishes of the folks back home. Yes, they talked a good game, but so did Jon Lovitz in those “Liar Sketches” during the old days of Saturday Night Live, back when they were actually funny.

Yeah,  my wife Morgan Fairchild. Yeah, that’s it. That’s the ticket!

With the cries from the Establishment Republicans for Judge Roy Moore to end his campaign in Alabama, it is now very clear that the noble sentiments that we hear and the “Hail Fellow well met” reaction to the Populist Movement and President Trump himself that we see from Ryan, McConnell, and the rest of the entrenched Republicans are a reenactment of William Shakepeare’s “Julius Caesar”.

Beware the Ides of March.

Meanwhile, on the other side of the Political Aisle, you have San Fran Nan Pelosi and the rest of Democrats joining in the chorus to string Judge Moore up from the nearest tree…while ignoring all of their fellow Liberals and Democratic Donors in Babylon West, otherwise known as Hollywood.

Backing them up is the Main Stream Media, like the Associated Press, who word their articles about both Trump and Judge Moore very carefully in their role as the Propaganda Arm of the Democratic Party.

However, they can not hide their bias. Their hatred of anything to do with the “Uprising of “The Heartland Political Uprising” shines through in both their prose and the individuals they use as sources for their articles.

Those who Support the Republican Establishment in their effort to subjugate us “peons’ are just as didactic and condescending in their writings, as the above article by the Wall Street Journal clearly demonstrates.

To summarize, average Americans and the “political outsiders” whom we wish to see in power in DC are catching flack from both sides of the Political Aisle.

Clowns to the left of me…jokers to the right…here I am…

Everybody sing!

Just kidding.

If the Republican Establishment keeps mooning average Americans and showcasing their Spines of Jell-O, instead of supporting average Americans’ political choices, including President Trump and the mandate which the American People gave them on November 8, 2016, average Americans are going to show them what they think of them by decimating the  entrenched House and Senate Vichy Republicans in the Mid-Term Vote.

In summation, the American people are tired of Political Correctness and anti-American political expediencies being forced down our throats by both political parties looking out for their own personal interests and trumpeted by their lackeys in the Main Stream Media.

Political Outsiders, like President Trump and Judge Moore, with their straightforward no-nonsense way of talking to us, instead of down to us, are a breath of fresh air and, quite frankly an anomaly. They are not professional politicians who have made their fortunes up on Capitol Hill. They have actually worked for a living, alongside average Americans.

And, the Establishment Elite simply cannot have that.

Until He Comes,

KJ