Democrat Impeachment Campaign is a Smokescreen for Democrats Do-Nothing Agenda

Democrat’s impeachment inquiry is a smokescreen for everything else they are NOT doing. Democrats are essentially saying, “Don’t pay attention to our nation’s broken immigration system, your rising healthcare costs, and feces infested inner cities. We’re trying to cleanse our country by getting rid of Orange Man Bad—who has done more for all Americans in three years than Obama did in eight.”

The plumber in charge of this shit storm is Speaker Nancy Pelosi. She is from the formerly feces-free San Francisco area. When asked why she is wasting the country’s time with drafting articles of impeachment (which the Republican Senate will discard like toilet paper), her response: “We’re here to defend and protect the Constitution.”

Democrats, always immune to irony, fail to realize that from President Trump’s first day of office, their efforts were to do the opposite. When the Electoral College vote went against Hillary, she was no longer her fake, gracious self. She was like Captain Kirk right after the Klingon’s killed his son: She didn’t get it.

She won California and New York by millions of votes, but lost states where her campaign promises meant her policies would cost everyone their jobs and rights. She referred to normal, non-coastal voters as a basket of deplorables. She wrote a self-delusional, dishonest polemic disguised as a realistic report of “What Happened” during one of the worst campaigns since Walter Mondale.

Hillary’s defeat, in sum, was an epic application of the Constitution of the United States. The Democrats had no choice but to accept the outcome. Well, sort of. They planted the seed that somehow the Russians got together with the Trump campaign and stole the election from the rightful heir.

With the help of their deep-state operatives in the CIA, DOJ, and legion of Democrat shyster lawyers, they got the Mueller investigation.

In a classic example of be careful of what you wish for, they found no collusion—but that didn’t mean the investigation exonerated the President. Democrats tried to nuance the findings into evidence of obstruction. Their definition of obstruction is the President’s statement of frustration over fake news, fake witch hunts, and an investigator with unlimited funds, who found nothing—nada, zilch.

So, when the noxious smoke of the Mueller investigation blew back into the halls of our hateful House of Representatives, shifty Adam Schiff had Plan B ready. He and his staff of partisan trolls had Trump-hating confederates listening in on the President’s private business with a foreign leader.

They planted and trained their operative, another deep-state CIA Trump-hater. He wrote a report on a conveniently revised form, which allowed secondhand information. The information was secondhand, but good enough to undermine the President, given the desperation to find something, anything, to finally take President Trump down.

That didn’t work, either. Adam Schiff’s eyes must have bulged out even further when the President released the transcript. The plan was to once again turn on the Democrat fog machine and go the obstruction route that brought down President Nixon.

Schiff displaying uncanny reptilian flexibility has since moved on from the whistleblower nonsense, and is now concentrating on a group of Foreign Service malcontents, who disagreed with the President’s foreign policy and were “worried” over his lawyer’s relationship with Ukrainians.

In the meantime, the Democrats are heading down a road that leads over a cliff. Americans are asking, “So what?” They know hypocrisy when they see it and can tell the difference between Democrat smoke screening and a President who has accomplished more in three years than his predecessor did in two full terms.

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