Do read Part One first….
Were it not for the pandemic and the President’s own ugly leadership style, Democrats would be facing a 1972-style wipeout.
This, for the Republicans, is a classic ethics dilemma.
…contemptible, deplorable, scummy, scurvy, wretched, abhorrent, abominable, condemnable, detestable, execrable…
The amazing thing about April Ryan is that she says things like this without an inkling of how unprofessional such conduct is, and with complete confidence that her employer will do nothing about it.
Clyburn isn’t merely a disgrace, he’s a villain. No party that allows such an individual among its leadership is worthy of trust.
What worries me is that Trump may not realize why it’s a bad question.
For an opposing party, indeed for any responsible citizen, to deliberately try to undermine trust in a President during a national emergency is unprecedented and irresponsible, as well as dangerous, but this is what the Democrats have come to.
Yeah, you’re a real whiz at “critical thinking,” Jemele.
Blumenthal doesn’t seem to realize that what he just admitted proves that this benighted impeachment sham is as I and others described it to be from the start: a case bereft of evidence.