Well, it is not surprising that Democrats are refusing to allow the Supreme Court appointee nomination process proceed smoothly. What is surprising is that their “tactical strategy” for refusal is to repeat the exact same issue that exposed them as total morons in early 2020. The same tactic that allowed COVID-19 to flourish on American lands, which even Chris Rock was sage enough to comment on.
Yep, that’s right: Pelosi’s best “defense” is Impeachment 2.0. Impeachment over what exactly? Exactly nothing like before, though Pelosi is clearly banking on constitutional ignorance for public “support,” or perhaps she’s depending on just straight up illiteracy (just look at absurdly anti-Trump teachers themselves these days, never mind the students they’re “teaching” …).
Pelosi, who promptly scheduled an interview with ABC over how to disrupt legitimately elected Trump’s legitimate executive powers, didn’t even bother hiding her constitutionally disruptive intentions, not to mention her total absence of critical thinking and creative problem solving.
Instead, she returned to the same old tired tropes that have governed the Demcoratic Party since 2016 … “impeachment.”
Stephanopoulos said, “Some have mentioned the possibility, if they try to push through a nominee in a lame duck session, that you and the House could move to impeach President Trump or Attorney General Barr as a way of stalling and preventing the Senate from acting on this nomination.”
Pelosi responded by refusing to rule out impeachment as a retaliatory measure.
“Well, we have our options. We have arrows in our quiver that I’m not about to discuss right now,” she told Stephanopoulos. [Source: The Blaze]
“Arrows” in your “quiver?” What are you, Pelosi, a Professor of Poetry now? Perhaps you’ve been spending a bit too much time with your “minority” academic friend, Elizabeth Warren.
Regardless, Pelosi’s response is a bit surprising, considering her epic failure in the impeachment proceedings before, which were also a totally joke and devoid of constitutional merit. Then again, public schools apparently quit teaching Civics, along with basic history, years ago, and the results of such dreadful decisions are showing up across the American populace now.
Even worse, Pelosi had also doubled down on this “arrows” position, making an astonishingly inaccurate claim regarding the Constitution.
“We have a responsibility, we take an oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. We have a responsibility to meet the needs of the American people, uh, that, uh, is, uh, when the we weigh the equities of protecting our democracy requires us to use every arrow in our quiver”
“Uh,” “uh” is right, Pelosi. Like, which exact part of the Constitution are you referring to? Could you possibly refer to very specific parts in the same way that Trump’s administration did during the prior impeachment scam?
I also noticed that you declined to identify a “fact” that your party is so obsessed with. Better yet, why don’t you consult with your “constitutional scholar” buddy Obama, whose impressive academic experience really put the United States on the best path with China over the last eight years. As in the worst path possible that Trump is now trying to clean up, along with Obama’s mess in the Middle East.
Where Obama made war, Trump makes peace.
Furthermore, if Pelosi is so concerned with “the needs of the American people,” perhaps she should consider tuning into their needs every other year or so, or maybe even every other week or so with an election looming.
Per recent surveys, the vast majority of Americans, including several less radical Democrats, are in favor of a Supreme Court Justice being promptly appointed by Trump.
Why? Because it’s the law …
In addition, Trump has also explicitly stated his intention to nominate a woman, further undermining all the fake news media’s hysterical claims about his supposed misogyny (while ignoring the glorious friendship between Clinton and Epstein, of course).
Nonetheless, Trump’s actions, once again, show that that he has more respect for women than the likes of Hillary Clinton and “Heels Up” Harris ever will.
“If somebody were to ask me now, I would say that a woman would be in first place, yes … The choice of a woman, I would say, would certainly be appropriate …
“I will be putting forth a nominee next week. It will be a woman,” Trump said. [Source: The Western Journal]
Recalling the Democrats’ “Believe all women” stance (especially those women with strong leftist ideologies and/or self-created, desperate financial needs), it is going to be a little difficult for the media to effectively attack a female Supreme Court Justice appointee.
After all, shouldn’t Trump’s likely female pick be “heard” as well?
Regardless, the next few days should be very interesting in terms of the new (terrible) ways in which the Democrats attempt to disentangle themselves from a political quagmire entirely of their own creation.
The cherry on top? Republicans had a record-raising fundraising haul of $67.5M this past August, likely (and highly) ironically encouraged by Pelosi’s antics.
Seems to be an direct correlation between her absurdly unconstitutional rampages and increased GOP donations. The more she rants, the more people donate to the GOP.