CUT THE CRAP, ADAM SCHIFF

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Post by thelivyjr » Tue Feb 04, 2020 1:40 p

THE CAPE CHARLES MIRROR February 4, 2020 at 7:09 pm

Paul Plante says :

In an interesting development which certainly has political tongues wagging up here to the north of you in the Democrat-controlled capital city of Albany, New York, as of the time of this writing (1:15 p.m. 4 Feb), there still has been no announced results from the Iowa caucuses, and the fear (Charley “Chuck” Schumer is a New York Democrat) is that barmy Bernie Sanders trounced Joe Biden in the graveyard of Joe’s prior campaigns for president (think plagiarization), which result would totally strip the smarmy and unctuous Adam Schiff of the only motive he could come up with to make Trump’s actions personal, not official, and that was Trump’s alleged “FEAR” of goofy old Joe, as we clearly see from the following:

U.S. House of Representatives Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

The Trump-Ukraine Impeachment Inquiry Report


The impeachment inquiry into Donald J. Trump, the 45th President of the United States, uncovered a months-long effort by President Trump to use the powers of his office to solicit foreign interference on his behalf in the 2020 election.

As described in this executive summary and the report that follows, President Trump’s scheme subverted U.S. foreign policy toward Ukraine and undermined our national security in favor of two politically motivated investigations that would help his presidential reelection campaign.

The President demanded that the newly-elected Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelensky, publicly announce investigations into a political rival that he apparently feared the most, former Vice President Joe Biden, and into a discredited theory that it was Ukraine, not Russia, that interfered in the 2016 presidential election.

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Now, as we have become painfully well aware of since the Democrats took control of the House of Representatives in January of 2019, and promptly announced to the world that they were going to impeach the “MOTHER******” Trump come hell or high water, they would find a reason, don’t worry, Adam Schiff is anything but subtle, and he thinks we are deaf and stupid, so in case we missed the part about Trump being afraid of Joe Biden, which is sheer invention on the part of Adam Schiff, who pulled that specious assertion from straight out of his ***, as I have gone through the record and can find NO witness testimony that Trump was afraid of Joe Biden, as opposed to being contemptuous of Joe, as a lot of Americans are, for him being so stupid in the run-up to the Iraq war and the stupidity in Washington, thanks to Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton, that has resulted in the mess Trump inherited over there thanks to the incompetence of Hussein Obama, Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden, he came back and reminded us of it, all over again, just in case we didn’t remember, to wit:

As this report details, the impeachment inquiry has found that President Trump, personally and acting through agents within and outside of the U.S. government, solicited the interference of a foreign government, Ukraine, to benefit his reelection.

In furtherance of this scheme, President Trump conditioned official acts on a public announcement by the new Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelensky, of politically-motivated investigations, including one into President Trump’s domestic political opponent.

In pressuring President Zelensky to carry out his demand, President Trump withheld a White House meeting desperately sought by the Ukrainian President, and critical U.S. military assistance to fight Russian aggression in eastern Ukraine.

The President engaged in this course of conduct for the benefit of his own presidential reelection, to harm the election prospects of a political rival, and to influence our nation’s upcoming presidential election to his advantage.

In doing so, the President placed his own personal and political interests above the national interests of the United States, sought to undermine the integrity of the U.S. presidential election process, and endangered U.S. national security.

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Now, excuse me here, people, but I am over 70, I am a veteran of the Viet Nam war, I know I have been lied to by Democrats before, although it took getting wounded in combat twice to come to the realization that I had been duped by Democrat Lyndon Baines Johnson into thinking the Viet Cong in Viet Nam were in some incomprehensible-to-me reason dangers to our national security, so that before they got to here, it was necessary for us to go over there and rough them up a bit to teach them what-for, so that statement by the smarmy and unctuous Adam Schiff, who does seem to possess a smallish neck, although it could be the camera angle that makes his neck look small, that Trump “endangered U.S. national security” is pure BULL****!

Our national security no more depends on that corrupt ****hole than it does on the Man-in-the-Moon, and I truly would like to hear Adam Schiff try to persuade me that it is otherwise, and again, I have read his reports, and nowhere does or can Adam Schiff detail how Ukraine is in any way vital to OUR national security here in the United States of America, when they can’t even defend their own people and territory.

Getting back to Trump allegedly fearing Joe Biden, who may be on his way out of the Democrat primaries because he wasn’t doing well in Iowa, here is more of the narrative from Schiff, to wit:

Our investigation determined that this telephone call was neither the start nor the end of President Trump’s efforts to bend U.S. foreign policy for his personal gain.

Rather, it was a dramatic crescendo within a months-long campaign driven by President Trump in which senior U.S. officials, including the Vice President, the Secretary of State, the Acting Chief of Staff, the Secretary of Energy, and others were either knowledgeable of or active participants in an effort to extract from a foreign nation the personal political benefits sought by the President.

Ultimately, this sweeping effort to stonewall the House of Representatives’ “sole Power of Impeachment” under the Constitution failed because witnesses courageously came forward and testified in response to lawful process.

The report that follows was only possible because of their sense of duty and devotion to their country and its Constitution.

Given the proximate threat of further presidential attempts to solicit foreign interference in our next election, we cannot wait to make a referral until our efforts to obtain additional testimony and documents wind their way through the courts.

The evidence of the President’s misconduct is overwhelming, and so too is the evidence of his obstruction of Congress.

Indeed, it would be hard to imagine a stronger or more complete case of obstruction than that demonstrated by the President since the inquiry began.

The decision to move forward with an impeachment inquiry is not one we took lightly.

In making the decision to move forward, we were struck by the fact that the President’s misconduct was not an isolated occurrence, nor was it the product of a naïve president.

Having witnessed the degree to which interference by a foreign power in 2016 harmed our democracy, President Trump cannot credibly claim ignorance to its pernicious effects.

Even more pointedly, the President’s July call with Ukrainian President Zelensky, in which he solicited an investigation to damage his most feared 2020 opponent, came the day after Special Counsel Robert Mueller testified to Congress about Russia’s efforts to damage his 2016 opponent and his urgent warning of the dangers of further foreign interference in the next election.

With this backdrop, the solicitation of new foreign intervention was the act of a president unbound, not one chastened by experience.

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Ah, yes, there we are back to the central theme of this on-going Democrat passion play/circus/theater of the absurd: “he (Trump) solicited an investigation to damage his most feared 2020 opponent …”

Say it enough times and what do you know, eventually, if said over and over enough times, it has to become true, doesn’t it, as in:

I. The President Conditioned a White House Meeting and Military Aid to Ukraine on a Public Announcement of Investigations Beneficial to his Reelection Campaign

The President’s Request for a Political Favor


President Trump then asked President Zelensky “to look into” former Vice President Biden’s role in encouraging Ukraine to remove a prosecutor widely viewed by the United States and numerous European partners to be corrupt.

In so doing, President Trump gave currency to a baseless allegation that Vice President Biden wanted to remove the corrupt prosecutor because he was investigating Burisma, a company on whose board the Vice President’s son sat at the time.

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Now, right there, people, we are seeing a BLATANT COVER-UP by the smarmy and unctuous Hollywood, California Democrat congressman Adam Schiff where he blurts out “President Trump gave currency to a baseless allegation that Vice President Biden wanted to remove the corrupt prosecutor because he was investigating Burisma, a company on whose board the Vice President’s son sat at the time,” because there is no evidence the charge is baseless, precisely because the charge has never been investigated, and Joe has never adequately explained what that was all about, nor has he ever been formally exonerated, so the charge is not baseless at all, and isn’t investigated because the Democrats are keeping the HUSH on that to protect Joe Biden, which takes us back to Trump being afraid of Joe Biden one more time, to wit:

Far from giving the “full-throated endorsement of the Ukraine reform agenda” that had been hoped for, the President instead demanded a political investigation into an American — the presidential candidate he evidently feared most, Joe Biden.

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See what I am saying, people – Trump had to be petrified scared of Joe Biden, because if he wasn’t, Adam Schiff wouldn’t be saying it over and over again, which brings us to this absolute gem in Adam’s report, to wit:

The President’s Hand-picked Agents Begin the Scheme

In comments that would foreshadow troubling events to come, Lt. Col. Vindman warned President Zelensky to stay out of U.S. domestic politics to avoid jeopardizing the bipartisan support Ukraine enjoyed in Congress.

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What stirring drama, people, as could be expected because this is the work product we are seeing here of some of the most creative minds among the Hollywood scriptwriters backing Adam Schiff along with the illusionists at Disneyland, where Adam is their congressman.

And now we pause for station identification and a word from our sponsors as we await the fate of goofy Joe Biden in Iowa, where the dude might end up back of the pack and pulling up lame, the moral of that story being Trump should have had the Ukrainian dude investigating Bernie Sanders, instead, because Trump was obviously afraid of the wrong candidate.

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Re: CUT THE CRAP, ADAM SCHIFF

Post by thelivyjr » Wed Feb 05, 2020 1:40 p

THE CAPE CHARLES MIRROR February 5, 2020 at 12:04 am

Paul Plante says:

So, people, why is Ukraine really important to our national security here in the United States of America?

According to CHIEF PROSECUTING ATTORNEY Adam Schiff in his U.S. House of Representatives Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Trump-Ukraine Impeachment Inquiry Report which is, in essence, the actual indictment of Trump by Schiff acting in the capacity of a GRAND JURY FOREMAN, the reason Ukraine is so important to our national security here in the United States of America can be found in the section “President Trump Froze Vital Military Assistance,” as follows:

Ukraine experts at DOD, the State Department, and the NSC argued that it was in the national security interest of the United States to continue to support Ukraine.

As Mr. Morrison testified, “The United States aids Ukraine and her people so that they can fight Russia over there, and we don’t have to fight Russia here.”

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And as a Viet Nam combat veteran who heard that same exact BULL**** about why we had to fight the Vietnamese in Viet Nam, all I can say is that the mountain of BULL**** from Washington, D.C. just got a whole lot higher with that wild and extravagant claim, and by the way, I have been hearing that HOG**** about the Russians coming here to invade us since I was about five years old or so, and really, people, after some fifty years or more of the Russians not coming here to fight us, because they would get their clock cleaned if they tried, that claim is getting real old, and so its inclusion in this Adam Schiff Impeachment Circus is worthy of nothing but universal contempt for the claim, and for Adam Schiff who thinks we are all stupid enough to believe that if the Ukrainians do not stop the Russians, the next thing we know, they will be over here.

What fools those clowns are in Washington if they honestly think the corrupt Ukrainians can stop the Russians from invading the United States, regardless of how much military aid we provided them with.

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Re: CUT THE CRAP, ADAM SCHIFF

Post by thelivyjr » Thu Feb 06, 2020 1:40 p

THE CAPE CHARLES MIRROR February 5, 2020 at 7:43 pm

Paul Plante says :

And before we look further into the existential question of just who the hell is this idiot Tim Morrison who said to the smarmy and unctuous CHIEF DEMOCRAT INQUISITOR AND PROSECUTING ATTORNEY Adam Schiff, the Democrat congressman from Disneyland and Hollywood, California, impeaching Trump on national security grounds, that “(T)he United States aids Ukraine and her people so that they can fight Russia over there, and we don’t have to fight Russia here,” it has to be kept in mind that each and every Democrat that voted for impeachment on national security grounds, and this includes such illustrious military combat veterans as Cape Charles Congresswoman Elaine Luria and Tulsi Gabbard, has their basis for asserting a danger to our national security that asinine and patently ridiculous statement by Tim Morrison that “(T)he United States aids Ukraine and her people so that they can fight Russia over there, and we don’t have to fight Russia here,” which makes them all look quite stupid, given we are not at war with Russia, we haven’t been at war with Russia, there are no indications we intend to go to war with Russia, and Bill and Hillary Clinton are great friends with Putin of Russia.

How absolutely ridiculous the Morrison statement really is can be readily determined by reviewing the April 21, 2019 Cape Charles Mirror thread entitled “Op-Ed: Adam Schiff and the Russian Connection” http://www.capecharlesmirror.com/news/o ... onnection/ where we learned from the 12 October 2018 RT News article entitled “California among top 10 investors in Russian debt thanks to cops & firefighters” by Max Whittake of Reuters, to wit:

It takes more than sanctions to scare California’s police and firefighters from investing in Russia.

The US state is reported to be a top 10 holder of Russia’s state-issued bonds.

The California Public Employees’ Retirement System, or Calpers, had about $460 million invested in Russian OFZ bonds as of the end of June, Bloomberg reports.

Other US investors like BlackRock and Stone Harbor Investment Partners remain among the top 10 holders of Russian bonds, according to the media.

BlackRock is the largest foreign holder of Russian OFZs with $2.53 billion invested.

Analysts have said that huge investments by US pension funds is a sign that they oppose rhetoric from the White House.

Investing in Russian bonds has been lucrative in the last years.

The central bank of Russia is offering a yield from 7 to 9 percent depending on the maturity of the bonds.

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So much for being at war with Russia, and that thread doesn’t stop there, because according to the RT News story “Sanctioned Russian assets attracting investment from biggest US pension funds” by Sergey Pyatakov / Sputnik published 22 Oct. 2018, the second largest pension fund in the US, California State Teachers’ Retirement System, or Calstrs, held about $9.5 million in Russian bonds and nearly $164 million in Lukoil receipts as of the end of 2017, according to media reports.

Meanwhile, the country’s fourth biggest fund Florida Retirement Systems (FRS) held Russian investments worth $354 million as of June 30 that year.

The holdings reportedly include shares of Novatek, Rosneft, VTB, Sberbank, Gazprom, Gazprom-neft, Lukoil, Surgutneftegas and Transneft.

At the same time, the New York State Common Retirement Fund, the third largest in the country, reportedly has $82.7 million worth of Russian investments in its portfolio – $59.3 million of which are companies on the sanctions list.

Investing in Russian state-issued obligations has been highly profitable over the last decade.

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So who then is this seeming lunatic Tim Morrison who is the smarmy and unctuous Adam Schiff’s key witness in his impeachment of Trump on national security grounds?

According to his Wikipedia bio, Timothy Aaron Morrison, born c. 1978, is an American Republican political adviser who was briefly the top U.S. adviser to President Trump on Russia and Europe on the White House National Security Council, a position he took over from his predecessor Fiona Hill in August 2019, and from which he resigned on October 31, 2019.

Before that, Tim served as senior director for countering weapons of mass destruction on the US National Security Council, a position he assumed on July 9, 2018.

Until then, he was policy director for the Republican staff on the House defense panel.

Tim entered politics as a professional staff member to Rep. Mark Kennedy, from 2000 to 2007.

As to his national security credentials, Tim doesn’t seem to really have any, which is likely why we find him uttering such lame, tired, and patently stupid lines as “(T)he United States aids Ukraine and her people so that they can fight Russia over there, and we don’t have to fight Russia here.”

Instead, Tim holds a Juris Doctor from George Washington University and a BA in Political Science from the University of Minnesota, which possession of a J.D. degree by Tim serves as an explanation for why it is that he does make real lame and stupid statements for Adam Schiff to then parrot, such as “(T)he United States aids Ukraine and her people so that they can fight Russia over there, and we don’t have to fight Russia here,” because Tim does not really know better, nor does Adam Schiff or the Democrats, for that matter, given that they have impeached Trump on national security grounds with Tim Morrison as their only source of support for that specious contention.

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Re: CUT THE CRAP, ADAM SCHIFF

Post by thelivyjr » Sun Feb 09, 2020 1:40 p

THE CAPE CHARLES MIRROR February 6, 2020 at 7:59 pm

Paul Plante says :

And GOOD GOD GERTIE, is this mental torture by Adam Schiff, “Jumping Jerry” Nadler, aka, “The Nads,” and Nancy Pelosi ever going to come to an end?

And here I am referring to the press conference “Jumping Jerry” held yesterday (5 Feb. 2020) outside the Democrat caucus room where he announced even more Trump impeachment hearings, with this current impeachment only being at best the penultimate impeachment, or warm-up impeachment before the main round, which is the next impeachment yet to come, which takes us to an article in THE HILL entitled “Nadler says it’s ‘likely’ House will subpoena Bolton” by Cristina Marcos on 02/05/20, as follows:

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) said Wednesday that it is “likely” that the House will issue a subpoena to President Trump’s former national security adviser John Bolton.

“I think it’s likely, yes,” Nadler told reporters.

“We’ll want to call Bolton.”

Nadler elaborated that Democrats would continue their investigations even after the Senate’s expected vote later Wednesday to acquit Trump on the two articles of impeachment passed by the House.

Nadler defended pursuing further investigations into the White House in an election year.

“First of all, I think when you have a lawless president, you have to bring that to the fore and you have to spotlight that.”

“You have to protect the Constitution, whatever the political consequences.”

“Second of all, no, as more and more lawlessness comes out, I presume the public will understand that,” Nadler told reporters outside a Democratic caucus meeting.

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MEMO TO “JUMPING JERRY”: We are the public in here, and let us face it, Congressman Nadler, what we do understand, all too well by now, is that you Democrats are full of ****, and all you are doing with these hearings is trying our patience as well as wasting our time and government resources as we watch our national deficit rising ever higher as you Democrats throw out tax dollars away on your STUPID impeachment investigations which have gone nowhere.

Getting back to The Hill:

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.), the Democratic caucus chairman and one of the seven impeachment managers, said that subpoenaing Bolton would be a “question for further discussion” that would be decided by Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.).

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Ah, yes, people, NOTHING gets done by the Democrats without the express permission of Nancy Pelosi, and of course, Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Disneyland), who truly did not come across as being very intelligent himself as this IMPEACHMENT FARCE of his fizzled in the Senate and died an ignominious death, as it deserved to do, which takes us back to The Hill, to wit:

House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) suggested on Wednesday that there is value in hearing from Bolton, even after the Senate impeachment trial has ended.

But he deferred the decision to the committee leaders, like Nadler, who have been examining Trump’s dealings with Ukraine.

“I don’t think they’re going to be precluded by any vote of the Senate on that,” Hoyer told reporters in the Capitol.

“But the committees will make that decision.”

Hoyer acknowledged that there are some moderate Democrats facing tough reelections who are ready to put the whole saga behind them and turn their focus to legislation.

But, he predicted voters will understand if Democrats frame the ongoing investigation as routine oversight, rather than a second stab at impeachment.

“The committees … will be making a determination whether that information is useful to get for their oversight responsibilities, not necessarily for the impeachment process, but for … closing the book, finding out the information,” he said.

“I think that they may well do that, but they’re going to make that decision.”

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And so, the stupid show will go on, and on and on, so get your popcorn now, people, while there is an intermission, and we’ll be right back after this break for station identification.

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Re: CUT THE CRAP, ADAM SCHIFF

Post by thelivyjr » Sun Feb 09, 2020 1:40 p

THE CAPE CHARLES MIRROR February 8, 2020 at 11:17 pm

Paul Plante says :

So, yes, people, let us all rise up as one body, regardless of political affiliation, and demand that the THREE AMIGOS, as Adam Schiff, “Jumping Jerry” Nadler and Nancy Pelosi are lovingly known all across this great land of ours, revered as they are by all the American people as the SAVIORS of not only our democracy, but the very soul of our America, as well, and demand that post haste, they drag Jack Bolton into a public hearing and put him under oath, so that we the American people can hear him in his own words answer these critical questions before we get much further into the 2020 presidential season, to wit:

QUESTION ONE: Jack, dude, tell us, on how many different occasions did Donald J. Trump confide in you as one of his closest friends and advisors that he greatly feared Joe Biden as a presidential opponent more than any other Democrat in the throng who could possibly run against Trump for president?

QUESTION TWO: Given the public record of Joe Biden’s considerable weakness as a presidential candidate, including dropping out of the race twice now, once for plagiarizing a speech, and once because he simply was a loser trailing behind everyone else, like he is doing all over again, what reasons did Donald J. Trump give you for fearing Joe Biden so much that he felt he needed the help of the dude in Ukraine to derail Joe’s campaign before it could even get going by uncovering the dirt on what Joe was up to over there when he was vice president and his worthless ne’er-do-well misfit son Hunter was given a cushy job on the Burisma board because Joe couldn’t get him anything else, especially after the kid got kicked out of the Navy for snorting coke?

QUESTION THREE: Jack, as a national security expert, one of our foremost, do you subscribe to the theory of Tim Morrison as stated to Adam Schiff that the United States aids Ukraine and her people so that they can fight Russia over there, and we don’t have to fight Russia here?

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Yes, people, let us finally, finally, for the sake of our mental health, before this INSANITY engulfs the entire nation as it has engulfed the Democrats, get to the bottom of things here and get this SICK SHOW over by getting Jack Bolton on the witness stand to get to the very bottom of Trump’s visceral fear of a two-time loser like Joe Biden, whose campaign, according to the New York Times article Joe Biden in Iowa: What Went Wrong in the Caucuses” by Katie Glueck, Jonathan Martin and Thomas Kaplan on 6 February 2020, was a real incompetent mess, to wit:

Mr. Biden’s performance in the Iowa caucuses on Monday dealt a damaging blow to the former vice president; with well over 90 percent of the results counted by Wednesday night, he trailed Pete Buttigieg and Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, with Senator Amy Klobuchar not far behind.

“I am not going to sugarcoat it,” Mr. Biden said Wednesday as he campaigned in New Hampshire.

“We took a gut punch in Iowa.”

But he now faces jittery donors, an uncertain landscape in upcoming Democratic contests and a sharp challenge to the central argument of his campaign message: that he is the party’s strongest candidate to win a general election.

Mr. Biden was also a less-than-inspiring presence on the trail, according to some voters, struggling at times in the homestretch to deliver crisp, energetic, on-message performances.

“His campaign is not a good campaign,” Roxanna Moritz, the Scott County auditor and a Biden supporter, said late last month.

And party officials continued to describe his Iowa organization as scattershot, an issue thrown into sharp relief at the party dinner in November, the Liberty and Justice Celebration.

Mr. Biden’s team said that it had around 1,200 people in the arena, many of whom went on to become precinct captains and dedicated volunteers.

But the empty seats and the smaller and less boisterous Biden sections spread throughout the arena cut a sharp contrast with the loud, unified crowds of Ms. Warren and Mr. Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Ind., in a major test of organizational strength.

More damaging than the evident differences in crowd strength was what many Iowa Democrats were seeing for the first time in person: a once-fiery candidate who was looking his age compared with a number of his younger rivals.

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So, yes, people, before things go too much further, we need to hear from Jack Bolton as to why Trump feared a known loser like Joe Biden so much that he had to turn to a Ukrainian dude to do him a favor here with respect to derailing Joe Biden’s campaign. because if it is true that Trump greatly feared Joe Biden, of all people, then Trump would have to be insane, which would bar him from running again.

And then there is this Vindman hysteria in the New York Times article “Trump Fires Impeachment Witnesses Gordon Sondland and Alexander Vindman in Post-Acquittal Purge” by Peter Baker, Maggie Haberman, Danny Hakim and Michael S. Schmidt (boy, it takes a lot of people to write a NYT story) on 8 February 2020, where we have the following moaning and shrieking by the Democrats, which shows them to be pathetically stupid, to wit:

The president’s critics had warned that he would feel unbound if acquitted, and some said that the dismissal of Mr. Sondland and the Vindman brothers proved their point, quickly calling it “the Friday night massacre,” as Senator Mark Warner, Democrat of Virginia, put it.

“These are the actions of a man who believes he is above the law,” said Representative Adam B. Schiff, Democrat of California and the lead House impeachment manager.

Mr. Schumer said the White House was running from the truth.

“This action is not a sign of strength,” he said.

“It only shows President Trump’s weakness.”

Ms. Pelosi said, “This goes too far.”

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And what ignorant hogwash that all is, which takes us back in time in our real American history, not the insane fantasy version the Democrats have created out of whole cloth, to November 5, 1862, the “Order Relieving General G. B. McClellan and Making Other Changes” by Abraham Lincoln, where in this order, one day after the congressional mid-term elections, U.S. president Abraham Lincoln relieved Union general George B. McClellan, a potential political rival, of command of the Army of the Potomac, to wit:

Executive Mansion, Washington, November 5, 1862.

By direction of the President, it is ordered that Major-General McClellan be relieved from the command of the Army of the Potomac, and that Major-General Burnside take the command of that army.

Also that Major-General Hunter take command of the corps in said army which is now commanded by General Burnside.

That Major-General Fitz-John Porter be relieved from command of the corps he now commands in said army, and that Major-General Hooker take command of said corps.

The general-in-chief is authorized, in [his] discretion, to issue an order substantially as the above, forthwith, or so soon as he may deem proper.

A. Lincoln.

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Now, people, that is OUR history, high school history, actually, and the president as commander-in-chief has the sole discretion to have in command in OUR military officers that he trusts.

When he can no longer trust them, then he sacks them, like Lincoln sacked McClellan, plain and simple.

So Vindman, who proved himself not only untrustworthy, but as dumb as a box of rocks, and who wants an idiot on the NSC, when he appeared before Adam Schiff in his bemedaled fancy dress uniform at one of Adam’s many hearings, and while in uniform, and on active duty, and blatantly assisted Schiff in trying to influence the 2020 presidential elections in the favor of the Democrats is gone, and so he should be, because military officers in uniform should not be playing at partisan politics.

END OF THAT STORY!

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Re: CUT THE CRAP, ADAM SCHIFF

Post by thelivyjr » Sun Feb 23, 2020 1:40 p

THE CAPE CHARLES MIRROR February 16, 2020 at 6:50 pm

Paul Plante says :

And talk about those cosmic confluences of events associated with the Cape Charles Mirror which we to the north attribute to the immense gravitational field of that bolus buried under Chesapeake Bay due to its density (Arrhenius in Chapter VII of his seminal scientific work “WORLDS IN THE MAKING – THE EVOLUTION OF THE UNIVERSE” by Svante Arrhenius, Director of the Physico-Chemical Nobel Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, published March, 1908, ”THE NEBULAR AND THE SOLAR STATES,” explains in great detail the tremendous forces which created the bolus out of cosmic dust and then hurled it at great speed right at Cape Charles, Virginia, forever after warping the local gravitational field so as to cause an endless succession of cosmic confluences as the gravitational field of the bolus continues to dominate what reality will be on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, anyway), it is Yorgi comparing the bizarre and surreal Adam Schiff IMPEACHMENT CIRCUS to an episode of all things, “The Outer Limits,” which was an American television series that was broadcast on ABC from September 16, 1963 to January 16, 1965 at 7:30 PM Eastern Time on Mondays, and I was a regular viewer, so I grasp the comparison quite well.

For those too young to remember “The Outer Limits,” while you might hear people today try to compare the series to “The Twilight Zone,” which I also watched, “The OUTER LIMITS” had a greater emphasis on science fiction stories as opposed to stories of fantasy or the supernatural matters.

Now, in my mind, what makes Yorgi’s comparison of the Adam Schiff IMPEACHMENT CIRCUS to an episode of “The Outer Limits” so spot on it isn’t funny is that each episode began with a “Control Voice” narration using an Orwellian theme of taking over your television, which Adam Schiff certainly did with all the proceedings of his long-running IMPEACHMENT CIRCUS, which ran as follows:

“There is nothing wrong with your television set.”

“Do not attempt to adjust the picture.”

“We are controlling transmission.”

“If we wish to make it louder, we will bring up the volume.”

“If we wish to make it softer, we will tune it to a whisper.”

“We will control the horizontal.”

“We will control the vertical.”

“We can roll the image, make it flutter.”

“We can change the focus to a soft blur or sharpen it to crystal clarity.”

“For the next hour, sit quietly and we will control all that you see and hear.”

“We repeat: there is nothing wrong with your television set.”

“You are about to participate in a great adventure.”

“You are about to experience the awe and mystery which reaches from the inner mind to – The Outer Limits.”

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In a modern day version, of course, we would have Keanu Reeves playing Adam, not Warren Oates, who nobody today even knows, and in what we would call “The Great Scene,” we would have Keanu Reeves standing up on the floor of the Senate, looking each senator in the eye, one by one by one, and then, making this impassioned speech not only to the assembled multitude, but to the nation and world, as well, to wit:

“Travelers and astronomers inform us that in the Southern heavens, near the Southern cross, there is a vast space which the uneducated call the ‘hole in the sky,’ where the eye of man, with the aid of the powers of the telescope, has been unable to discover nebulae, or asteroid, or comet, or planet, or star, or sun.”

“In that dreary, cold, dark region of space, which is only known to be less infinite by the evidences of creation elsewhere, the great author of celestial mechanism has left the chaos which was in the beginning.”

“If this earth were capable of the sentiments and emotions of justice and virtue which in human mortal beings are the evidences and pledge of our divine origin and immortal destiny, it would heave and throb with the energy of the elemental forces of nature, and project this enemy (referring to President Trump) of the Democrat Party and Nancy Pelosi into that vast region, there forever to exist in a solitude eternal as life or as the absence of life, emblematical of, if not really, that outer darkness of which the Savior of mankind spoke in warning to those who are enemies to themselves and of their race and of God.”

Outer Limits, indeed!

Thanks, Yorgi!

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Re: CUT THE CRAP, ADAM SCHIFF

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THE CAPE CHARLES MIRROR March 7, 2020 at 7:35 pm

Paul Plante says :

And it is interesting from a historical perspective, now that this Adam Schiff Democrat Impeachment Farce is receding in the rear view mirror as it makes its way into the dustbin of history, where the farce belongs, to go back in time to a speech Democrat Congressman James Brooks (November 10, 1810 – April 30, 1873), a U.S. Representative from New York, made on the floor of the House of Representatives concerning the impeachment of Democrat president Andy Johnson, known as “King Andy,” on or about Feb. 22d, 1868, to wit:

Mr. Speaker, I had hoped to have an opportunity, at least, to submit a minority report before we entered upon this august proceeding of impeaching the chief executive officer of this Government.

But after a session of the Committee on Reconstruction, hardly an hour in length, violating an express rule of this House by sitting during the session — for Rule 72, provides that no committee shall sit during the session of the House without special leave — we have been summoned upon a very partial submission of facts, without any comprehension, in reality, of the charges which are made against the President of the United States, upon a new indictment, in a new form once more, and in a more alarming manner than ever, in this but a partial Congress, representing but a section of a portion of the people — in my judgment not representing the people of the United States at all — to act as a grand jury, with a large portion of that grand jury excluded from the jury-room here; and suddenly, impromptu perhaps, a vote is to be forced this very day — to impeach the President of the United States!

I am utterly inadequate to discharge the duty which has devolved upon me on this august day, the anniversary of the birthday of the Father of his country.

I am utterly unable upon this occasion either to do my duty to the people or to express myself with that deep solemnity which I feel in rising to resist this untoward, this unholy, this unconstitutional proceeding.

Indeed, I know not why the ghost of impeachment has appeared here in a new form.

We have attempted to lay it hitherto, and we have successfully laid it upon the floor of this House.

But a minority of the party on the other side (Radical Republicans), forcing its influence and its power upon a majority of a committee of this House, has at last succeeded in compelling its party to approach the House itself in a united, and therefore in a more solemn form, and to demand the impeachment of the President of the United States.

Sir, we have long been in the midst of a revolution.

Long, long has our country been agitated by the throes of that revolution.

But we are now approaching the last and the final stage of that revolution in which, like many revolutions that have preceded it, a legislative power not representing the people attempts to depose the executive power, and thus to overthrow that constitutional branch of the Government.

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Think about those words then from a Democrat Congressman concerning the impeachment of a Democrat president, about it being a legislative power not representing the people attempting to depose the executive power, and thus to overthrow that constitutional branch of the Government, and what those words are in turn saying about what Democrats Adam Schiff and Nancy Pelosi and “Jumping Jerry” Nadler were doing with respect to Trump, which was the exact same thing, to wit: a legislative power not representing the people attempting to depose the executive power, and thus to overthrow that constitutional branch of the Government, which takes us back to Congressman Brooks, as follows:

There is nothing new in all this.

There is nothing new in what we are doing, for men of the present but repeat the history of the past.

We are traversing over and over again the days of Cromwell and Charles I and Charles II, and we are traversing over and over again the scenes of the French revolution, baptized in blood in our introductory part, but I trust in God never again to be baptized by any revolutionary proceeding on the part of this House.

I have not and never have been a defender of all the opinions of General Jackson, but those on the other side who pretend to hold him as authority and those on this side who have ever held him as authority will find that in uttering the opinions which I have I but reutter the opinions which he advanced in his veto of July 10, 1832, when he said:

“The Congress, the Executive, and the court must each for itself be guided by its own opinion of the Constitution.”

“Each public officer who takes the oath to support the Constitution swears that he will support it as he understands it, and not as it is understood by others.”

The President of the United States has given his opinion upon the official tenure-of-office act and upon the Constitution of the United States by the appointment of Adjutant General Thomas as Secretary of War ad interim. and because of the exercise of that Constitutional right we are called upon here at once to pronounce him guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors and to demand his deposition and degradation therefor.

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Now, certainly, a real top-notch constitutional lawyer and scholar and Harvard Law School graduate and impeachment expert like the smarmy and unctuous Hollywood, California Democrat Congressman Adam Schiff cannot be ignorant of those words, given they are a part of the American public record of impeachments, that Adam must have consulted as a guide while bringing his impeachment charges against Trump, so why the double standard then?

If on July 10, 1832, American president Andrew Jackson, a Democrat, said “(T)he Congress, the Executive, and the court must each for itself be guided by its own opinion of the Constitution and each public officer who takes the oath to support the Constitution swears that he will support it as he understands it, and not as it is understood by others,” why was Schiff insisting that Trump has to understand the Constitution as Schiff tells him it must be understood, or else, as if Schiff were the LORD PROTECTOR Cromwell himself?

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Re: CUT THE CRAP, ADAM SCHIFF

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THE CAPE CHARLES MIRROR March 8, 2020 at 10:59 pm

Paul Plante says :

Staying with our own American history here, it is interesting to note how similar the comments of the smarmy and unctuous Hollywood, California Democrat Congressman Adam Schiff were in our times today to those of Congressman John Armor Bingham (January 21, 1815 – March 19, 1900), an American Republican Representative from Ohio and a prosecutor in the impeachment trials of U.S. President Andrew Johnson, a Democrat.

In his U.S. House of Representatives Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Trump-Ukraine Impeachment Inquiry Report which formed the basis for the subsequent articles of impeachment against Trump, the smarmy and unctuous Adam Schiff stated thusly, to wit:

The decision to move forward with an impeachment inquiry is not one we took lightly.

Under the best of circumstances, impeachment is a wrenching process for the nation.

I resisted calls to undertake an impeachment investigation for many months on that basis, notwithstanding the existence of presidential misconduct that I believed to be deeply unethical and damaging to our democracy.

The alarming events and actions detailed in this report, however, left us with no choice but to proceed.

In making the decision to move forward, we were struck by the fact that the President’s misconduct was not an isolated occurrence, nor was it the product of a naïve president.

Instead, the efforts to involve Ukraine in our 2020 presidential election were undertaken by a President who himself was elected in 2016 with the benefit of an unprecedented and sweeping campaign of election interference undertaken by Russia in his favor, and which the President welcomed and utilized.

Having witnessed the degree to which interference by a foreign power in 2016 harmed our democracy, President Trump cannot credibly claim ignorance to its pernicious effects.

Even more pointedly, the President’s July call with Ukrainian President Zelensky, in which he solicited an investigation to damage his most feared 2020 opponent, came the day after Special Counsel Robert Mueller testified to Congress about Russia’s efforts to damage his 2016 opponent and his urgent warning of the dangers of further foreign interference in the next election.

With this backdrop, the solicitation of new foreign intervention was the act of a president unbound, not one chastened by experience.

It was the act of a president who viewed himself as unaccountable and determined to use his vast official powers to secure his reelection.

This repeated and pervasive threat to our democratic electoral process added urgency to our work.

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Now, compare those words of Schiff today with those of Republican Congressman Bingham on or about Feb. 22d, 1868 concerning “reluctance to impeach,” to wit:

Mr. Speaker, all right-minded men must concede that the question under consideration is one of supreme moment to all the people of the Republic.

I protest for myself, sir, that I am utterly incapable of approaching the discussion of this question in the spirit of a partisan.

I repel, sir, the intimation of the gentleman from New York, Mr. Brooks, that I am careless of the obligation of my oath or unconcerned about the supremacy of the Constitution and the laws.

I look upon the Constitution of the country as the very breath of the nation’s life.

I invoke this day upon the consideration of this great question the matchless name of Washington, as did the gentleman, and ask him, in the consideration of the matter now before us, to ponder upon those deathless words of the Father of our Country, wherein he declares that “the Constitution which at any time exists, till changed by an explicit and authentic act of the whole people, is sacredly obligatory upon all” — upon all sir, from the President to the humblest citizen — standing within the jurisdiction of the Republic.

Washington but echoed the words that himself and his associates had imbedded in the text of the Constitution, that “this Constitution and the laws passed in pursuance thereof shall be the supreme law of the land.”

It shall be supreme over every officer; it shall be supreme over every State; it shall be supreme over every territory; it shall be supreme upon every deck covered by your flag in every zone all round the globe.

Every man within its jurisdiction, official and unofficial, must bow to the supremacy of the Constitution.

The gentleman says that the issue involved is an issue about an office.

I beg the gentleman’s pardon.

The issue involved is whether the supremacy of the Constitution shall be maintained by the people’s Representatives.

The President of the United States has assumed, sir, to set himself above the Constitution and the laws.

He has assumed to defy the law, he has assumed to challenge the people’s Representatives to sit in judgment upon his malfeasance in office.

Every man who has considered it worth while to observe my conduct touching this question that has so long agitated this House and agitated this country may have discovered that I have kept myself back and have endeavored to keep others back from making any unnecessary issue between the President and Representatives of the people touching the manner in which he discharged the duties of his great office.

I had no desire, sir, to have resort unnecessarily to this highest power reposed by the people in their Representatives and their Senators for the vindication of their own violated Constitution and violated laws.

Notwithstanding there was much in the conduct of the President to endanger the peace and repose of the country, yet, so long as there was any doubt upon the question of his liability to impeachment within the text and spirit of the Constitution, I was unwilling to utter one syllable to favor such a proposition or to record a vote to advance it.

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But in the end, like Schiff, Bingham not only voted to impeach, but became a prosecutor, as well.

It is interesting reading about the impeachment of Andy Johnson in 1868, the many parallels between that impeachment of a Democrat president by the radical Republicans in Congress at that time, versus the impeachment of a Republican president by radical Democrats in Congress in our times.

One would think that the Hollywood script writers who put the narrative together for this now-failed Schiff IMPEACHMENT CIRCUS used the impeachment of Andy Johnson, which is well documented, as the basis for their script that Adam Schiff and the Democrats then followed.

Or hey, maybe they just made it up out of thin air!

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