Saturday, October 12, 2019

While Democrats Pursue Impeachment, President Trump Builds Impressive Record of Accomplishments

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Unable to talk about any actual accomplishments, and fearful of blowback from voters who didn’t elect them to “impeach the motherf***er,” Democrats have decided to use endless “repetition” of certain buzzwords to convince Americans that impeachment is necessary.
In a conference call Sunday night, Democratic Caucus Chairman Hakeem Jeffries “named six words that Democrats will use — ‘betrayal, abuse of power, national security’ — as they make the case that Trump abused his office,” Politico reports.
You have to hand it to the Dems. It’s not a bad plan. When you don’t have a logically consistent argument, the best strategy is to stick to buzzwords. And if you’re a Democrat, you can get away with it because the media will accept your buzzwords at face value.
Andrew Breitbart called this arrangement the Democrat-Media Complex. “The left does not win its battles in debate. It doesn’t have to,” Breitbart explained in his memoir, Righteous Indignation.
Democrats have been reciting their “six words” all week, amplified by their media allies whose news reports sound generally like this: “Democrats have characterized Trump’s behavior as a betrayal of the public trust and an abuse of power that threatens America’s national security.”
See how easy that was? You’ll be hearing that ad nauseam on CNN-MSNBC-ABC-CBS-FNC-PBS-Etc.
Worse Than Salem
Trump has called this entire impeachment farce a “witch hunt.” I disagree. This is actually worse than a witch hunt. The accused at Salem got more due process than he’s getting from the Democrats. They were at least allowed to face their hysterical shrieking accusers. The nameless CIA operative whose hearsay complaint sparked this latest impeachment push won’t testify in public, and President Trump and the American people are supposed to be perfectly comfortable with this.
Read the rest from Rebecca Mansour HERE.

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