90 Miles From Tyranny : The Week When Trump Was Reelected

Monday, February 10, 2020

The Week When Trump Was Reelected

Santa was late coming down the White House chimney, but this week a sack of reelection Christmas presents belatedly arrived under the Trump Christmas tree.

Face it, Christmas was a downer for President Trump and his supporters. The House rammed through two articles of impeachment and promptly skipped town, much like kids leaving a flaming bag of dog poop at someone’s front door before running away.

There was uncertainty over how long this would drag out, whether there would be witnesses and an ultimate vote for acquittal. There was concern that a last-minute witness would appear, like Julie Swetnick at the Kavanaugh hearings, accusing Trump of participating in a “rape train” during his phone call with the Ukrainian president.

Last week’s festivities started with “Republican strategist” Rick Wilson and sidekick stooge Don Lemon on CNN calling 63 million Trump supporters, “credulous boomer rubes” and laughing uproariously over their cleverness. As a strategy, it was brilliant, but not in their intended way, energizing the Trump base by insulting them.

Then came the Iowa caucuses. The party that wants to nationalize and run healthcare and energy can’t count 170,000 votes in a relatively small state and provide prompt results. Where’s the Democrat enthusiasm against the reprobate Trump? In 2008, 240,000 turned out to caucus for the Democrats.

Was this incompetence? If so, then Democrats should not be put in charge of anything larger than a yard sale.

If it was deliberate, they are trying to screw Bernie Sanders out of the nomination again. The Des Moines Register scrapped their pre-caucus poll for sketchy reasons, raising suspicion it reflected a Bernie surge. Their establishment can’t have that, pinning their 2020 hopes on a hard-core socialist who honeymooned in the USSR and recently suffered a heart attack.

If the DNC disses the Bernie Bros again, expect fireworks. Aside from literally taking it to the streets, expect many to stay home, vote for Trump, or form a third party, splitting the Democrat vote, ensuring a second Trump term.

Next was impeachment acquittal -- no witnesses and no conviction, despite the efforts of Pierre Delecto, aka Mitt Romney, to channel his inner John McCain, although only as an empty gesture. Giving the middle finger to...



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