Remember When Lindsey Graham Told Us What He Really Believes About Trump? (Video)
Remember, THIS is how Lindsey Graham really feels about our president.
Despite his groveling, it is pretty hard to believe his opinion has changed that much. It’s not hard to see Graham joining others in a decision to impeach if he had some political cover.
Where would the cover come from?
Pierre Delecto Romney
Based on this tweet we know how Romney feels about Trump, specifically where he comes down on the Ukraine issue: “When the only American citizen President Trump singles out for China’s investigation is his political opponent in the midst of the Democratic nomination process, it strains credulity to suggest that it is anything other than politically motivated. By all appearances, the President’s brazen and unprecedented appeal to China and to Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden is wrong and appalling.”
Rumors are circulating that Romney has been making calls to Republican fence-sitters like Senators Murkowski, Gardner, and Collins. There are at least twenty more RINOS in the Senate that could tip the scales.
Chief Justice (Bush appointee) John Roberts
During a Senate trial, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court presides. His rulings could make a huge difference in how well President Trump’s attorneys are able to mount a defense. It is no secret that President Trump and Judge Roberts have different perspectives on the federal judiciary. Trump has slammed liberal judges for blocking his decisions, and Roberts has criticized him by insisting the judiciary is “independent” no matter which president may have appointed them–yeah…I’m laughing too! Don’t forget Trump’s attempt to push Congress into repealing Robert’s favorite child, Obamacare.
The Ghost of John McCain
Lindsey Graham isn’t the only senator who pines for the days when McCain would throw stones at President Trump. The ongoing blood-feud between Trump and McCain upset many Republicans in the Swamp. I’m sure we’ll have to endure hours of media commentary from wife and daughter about what a worthless cad our president is.
No surprise here. We can count on the MSM to cover every detail (unless it exonerates Trump) every minute of each day until the trial is concluded. OJ will be jealous. Every “grab them by the #@!%%” comment, or woman who ever fantasized about Donald Trump will be recirculated across the airwaves and cable channels. New bimbos will certainly emerge–talent agents are probably already lining them up!
Gone, but not forgotten, Paul Ryan now sits on the FOX board and reportedly is already suggesting to Murdoch that they turn on Trump. With no cable outlets covering Trump’s defense, public sentiment might sour enough to embolden traitors.
Should these used car salesmen of public sentiment, coupled with media outlets, manage to skew polls enough during the trial, independents might turn, giving fence-sitting Republicans cover to convict.
Mitch “Shanghai” McConnell
No politician has lost more money on Trump’s trade war with China than McConnell’s in-laws. The family of his wife, Elaine Chao, owns a major shipping company that suffered millions of dollars in lost income when trade with China was curtailed. McConnell has been standing in the president’s shadow for three years, grinding his teeth.
This impeachment fiasco has been a set-up by the Deep State from the beginning. For more on the Romney-Ryan Impeachment Plan look here.
The best defense for conservative voters is a strong offense. Burn up those phone lines and keep sending email messages to your representatives and senators. If the deep State pulls this off, they will be emboldened to finish off the Republic.
David Brockett is a Vietnam Veteran and former Marine aviator. He has worked in the field of mental health as a counselor and hospital administrator. After retirement, he volunteered with the US Forest Service as a wilderness ranger and horse packer. He writes fiction and historical fiction, as well as articles on politics, religion, gun-rights and current events. In his free time, he volunteers with veteran’s groups and community projects. He and his wife divide their time between their home state of Texas and Idaho.
Article posted with permission from Dean Garrison