Impeachment Acquittal: Corrupt, Sore Losers Continue To Hate Trump – Why?

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Those who followed the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump know that the Democrats did not remotely prove their case.  Far from it.  Being a defence lawyer in that Senate hearing was the easiest task in the world. Mr Bean would have won the day, so it’s little wonder that the excellent Trump legal team wiped the floor with his accusers – figurately speaking, I hasten to add.  Given the loose interpretation of the Constitution over there, I wouldn’t be surprised if they tried to impeach a (very) humble Scotswoman for inciting the Scottish Catholic population blah blah. You have to laugh..

However, lest you think that this is The End, think again.  The one person whom you would imagine that Trump could rely on for support – the leader of the Republicans in the House, Mitch McConnell –  spent around 20 minutes after the “not guilty” verdict effectively undermining the work of the defence team and hinting, strongly, that  Trump might yet be criminally prosecuted.  That is how his weasel words are being interpreted in the fake news media.  With glee. 

So, here’s the question;  what IS it that causes this undiluted, violent, ongoing hatred of Donald Trump?  Is it, as many people claim, because he sought to clean up the establishment – the inner workings of the “deep state” – or is it something else?  I know the theory that they don’t want him to run again in 2024 but why not give themselves a rest, and wait until the campaigns begin for the next election. It must be exhausting to keep up that level of fury and hatred – not healthy for either body or soul. So, why are they doing that? 

I can’t think of anyone in politics who is similarly irrationally hated in the UK – even those Catholics who claim to be pro-life (such as Jacob Rees-Mogg MP) are tolerated with an indulgent smile. Of course, he is at pains to assure the populace that even if he were Prime Minister, he would not be changing the law on abortion. So, that’s not an issue and I’m struggling to think of any other taboo issue that would excite the kind of hatred here in the UK that is clearly on display in America.  Similarly, there is no politician here claiming to root out corruption and crime in the UK.  Maybe, of course, there IS no corruption and crime within the establishment in the UK… Moving on swiftly…

As always, Diamond’s and  Silk’s presentation of the impeachment trial (prior to acquittal) is entertaining, with some hilarious moments.  Enjoy!  

44 responses

    • I’m replying to myself to say that I’ve had a reply from Diamond and Silk, just to say “Thank you so much – God bless.”

      Very kind – I haven’t replied to their reply because that’s what drives me nuts about texting. I get a message that just requires a simple “thank you” and then the other person replies again to say “OK” and then I reply to say “thank you” and so it goes on and on! Priceless! I usually like to get the last word but I’ll let them (Diamond and Silk) have the last word this time.

  1. Ed I think it’s fair to say that anyone who is on Catholic Truth regularly Loves President Trump, and it’s in my opinion the Real Reason he is Hated is because of his Pro Life Principles and that the Mans Soul is not for Sale . When you watch the above Video and see the Reprobates who Hate him one can see why . Hate is a very strong word and no one in Politics in my Lifetime has been ,along with his Family more Persecuted than this Man . Also one of the Deep State Guys he got rid of was John O Brennan the head of the C.I.A. Brennan a man of direct Irish Descent who sold his Irish Catholic Birthright for Islam. It was people like Brennan and his Mates from the Deep State that President Trump had the courage. And it must have taken tremendous courage to go after them. In fact Brennan has already pushed for President Trump to be charged and convicted for Criminal Indictment a true no user as we would say . As for the rest of the so called Haters of President Trump in the Video, ,it’s no wonder the Chinese said that they were bought off so easily. And as it’s already been said on numerous occasions no way on this Earth did Biden win the Election. Also as you said on the last Blog. Why does Pope Francis ( al not say Hate ) dislike President Trump so much.

    • FOOF,

      What I actually said on the other thread referred to the Pope’s disgraceful comment some years ago when he had the temerity to say that Trump (in his – insert adjective – opinion) was not a Christian – this for building the wall, if I remember correctly. Other critics pointed out that the Pope was kept safe and sound behind a large wall, so that was some nerve and, true enough, I remember seeing that wall when I paid him a visit… Well, not him, exactly, Pope John Paul II… well, of course, it wasn’t a personal visit I was in the crowd at the Wednesday audience …

  2. I have seen quite a bit of the impeachment and it shows the sheer dishonesty of the people bringing the case against President Trump. They twisted the facts and invented tweets and even doctored his speech on 6 January before the crowd, to make their case. They cut out the bit where he said to go and “peacefully and patriotically” make their voices heard. They made out he’d told them to go to the congress building and “fight like Hell”. That’s a downright lie. If anybody is to be prosecuted criminally, it should be that bunch of liars. All their lies and distortions didn’t work in the end but that doesn’t change the fact that they did try, through dishonest means, to destroy Donald J. Trump’s political life.

    As for why there is such hatred of Trump – I’ve often asked that myself. Even people in my own circle of friends, hate him. They can’t explain it, they just hate him. It’s weird. They think I’m brainwashed!

    I laughed my head off at the video of Diamond and Silk – they’re really a comical pair. I love them. I’m glad you sent them the link, Editor, and I hope they come to read our comments. They did a great job putting that video together to show up the Dems’ hypocrisy. How I laughed at when they said that Maxine Waters wasn’t meaning she wanted to take Trump out to dinner – LOL!

    • Lily av got the same problem more or less with members of my Family one of my Sisters in Law in Particular. She said ” Thank God that awful Trump is gone he’s a Terrible Man ” Like you I ask what has he done and not just from Her but others I get the same stupid answer ” Well you know all the Bad things he’s done ” I say ” No I don’t tell me all the Bad things that President Trump has done ” again it’s well you know the BBC says such and such ” or it’s The Daily Record. One of my Catholic neighbors of whom I discussed President Trump lots especially with his Pro Life stance even comes away with ” He’s doing that just to get Votes ” when I say that President Trump being Pro Life is costing him Votes he still doesn’t get it and it’s back to well you know. Seemingly I don’t know. Again these 2 Women in the Post Office just after the Election said ” It’s great to see that terrible Trump Voted out ” again I ask what’s he done that’s so terrible again it’s ” Well you know ” i then said that He was the only Pro Life Leader in Western Society. Silence complete silence from them both . I personally think that says it all . Of course Him saying that their were only 2 Genders. Male and Female. Never went down well with the Rotten M.S.M. Especially the Rotten To The Core BBC. I hope someone on here can tell me what ” Well you know ” means for I obviously don’t know.

      • Faith of our Fathers,

        It’s because they only watch the fake news channels that they believe the worst about Trump. I get the same reaction when I praise him but I just say “stop watching the news. Go to YouTube and watch some of the American channels and Anna Brees for news about Covid.” They can’t answer that because half the time they’re saying “you can’t believe anything on the news” LOL!

    • Lily,

      Believe it or not, when I first saw that clip of Maxine Whatsername saying she would take Trump out that night, I immediately thought “and she doesn’t mean I’ll take him out for a drink and a chat!”

      However, I’ve decided not to sue Diamond and Silk for plagiarism since, brilliant as they are, truly, I doubt they can read my mind 😀

      • As you say Ed one has to laugh for we cry enough ( me anyhow ) I Read a post last week on another Blog about some Politician who was Nicknamed Seaweed ( al not say who as am certainly no oil painting ) as they said only The Sea would take her out .Am not being Racist but I think that Nick would suit Maxine Waters anytime .Also they make themselves Ugly and I mean really Ugly with their Hate . I remember a Priest saying ” Hate Destroys The Hater ” and I think its Apt to these Godless People who Hate President Trump .They have no Joy in their lives as they are consumed by Hate .

  3. I agree about Diamond and Silk – they’re pure gold, LOL!

    Here’s Donald Trump Jr calling out the Republican party members who voted “guilty” in the trial – shame on them.

    Fantastic!

      • Margaret USA,

        I hope that you will email to let him know exactly how you feel – and include the link to this thread to let him know that he (and his fellow traitors) are held in utter contempt across the world.

        I hope it goes without saying that he has definitely lost your vote. But there, I said it anyway 😀

    • Nicky,

      “Fantastic” is the word. I have a suspicion that if his father decides not to run in 2024, Donald Jr will do – and win by a landslide.

  4. Diamond and Silk: got spunk!

    Victor Davis Hanson is a well-known classicist who works at the Hoover Institution (despite being housed on the campus of my Alma Mater, it remains sane). He claims, among other things, that these sham impeachments are the equivalent of a Communist Party shaming.

    https://rumble.com/vdpszr-victor-davis-hanson-on-impeachment-and-the-cancer-of-woke-ideology-american.html

    It’s a long one…given the fact that the Democrats and the RINOs have in fact surrendered America to Communist Chine and adopted their totalitarian methods and schemes, I’d say he has a good point.

    Which brings me to the question of why the woke eunuchs (Hanson talks about woke-ism as well) of the NWO empire hate Trump. I think it’s simple, really: because he not only rejects their plans, including the destruction of the sovereignty of America and the rest of the West, but he knows how to undo and reverse their plans. On a more personal, self-interest level – I’d say every single wokester knows that unless they attack Trump 24/7, their careers are not, shall we say, secure.

    (There is one area in which Trump failed to reverse course, however: the “vaccines.” In fact, he facilitated them.)

    So the endless stream of sewage will continue. As Hanson also points out, this shaming theater is also a cover for the appointment of more radicals to government posts and the continuing trillions of dollars budget deficit.

    • RCA Victor,

      I read one commentator earlier saying that he had voted for Trump on the basis of his promise to “drain the swamp” but he feels a bit let down because in so many areas, Trump left things and people in place.

      The FBI and DOJ came to my mind – the critic is reflecting on the likelihood that, in the event of his return to office in 2024 Trump would be much wiser in his decisions about the appointments he would make, the people with whom he would surround himself, in the light of the second impeachment trial.

      What sayest thou? And thee, Margaret USA?

      Will you two say “Amen and Awomen” to surrounding himself with “America First” people and not the likes of the clowns who voted “guilty” in his sham impeachment trial?

      Personally, I would put Diamond in charge of the FBI and Silk in charge of the DOJ, with Chris Salcedo in charge of just about everything else 😀

      That way, I stand a small chance of being appointed the Scotland Correspondent for the White House 😀

      What sayest thou? And thee, Margaret USA?

      • Editor,

        I can’t see Trump running in 2024 – he’ll be 78 by then, I believe. As for surrounding himself with America first types, I think part of the problem is that those who of that…um…orientation, and who are at the same time qualified to hold high-level positions, are few and far between.

        For example, I’ve seen numerous objections to his Supreme Court picks as being faux-conservatives whose credentials rested mainly on their membership in the Federalist Society. And we all know how the Supreme Court worked out when Trump was trying to expose the election fraud. Atty General Barr was also from that crowd, ‘Nuff said.

        On the other hand, he chose some Steve Bannon types at the very start of his administration, and Bannon is certainly not qualified to be anything but a conservative media personality and a strategist of sorts.

        That said, if he returns, whether it be later this year or 2024 (btw, if it’s this year it would have to be through the Insurrection Act. If it’s 2024, aside from his age, will the voting machine problem be fixed? Nope.), I would like to see mass firings and arrests of swamp creatures, and let the chips – i.e. the traitors – fall where they may.

        • RCA Victor,

          I don’t think Trump’s age would matter if he still has the enormous energy that he shows right now. I think it’s more likely to be Donald Jr, though, or maybe his daughter – Donald Jr would be my favourite to run.

          I agree about the people he picks to be around him as advisers but that would definitely change now, IMHO.

          He needs very strong characters around him to deal with the sleazy Democrats and the corrupt officials in the “swamp”. I think he knows that now, for sure. I couldn’t believe it when I read that Nicki Haley, who spoke at the annual conference, convention, whatever it’s called, turned on him the other day. I think Donald Jr would make short work of these types. His father can be a bit naïve and taken in by people, even though he is an experienced business man.

          You are completely right about the mass firings and let the chips (traitors) fall where they may.

        • RCAVictor

          I think if he’s still in reasonably good health he will definitely run in 2024. He doesn’t like to lose, especially when cheating has been going on, so I see him reclaiming office and settling a number of scores.

          If and when he does get re-elected, I think he will then set Don Jr. up as his successor to run in 2028, assuming God allows the world to continue that long in its present hell-bound trajectory.

          • That’s a big question Athanasius ,as from the very first day as President, Donald Trump has been persecuted ,it surely must have an effect on the Man as he.s only Human .What I most certainly believe he will do is run in opposition to one of these Judas Senators who have betrayed Him if one of their Senate Seats is up for Re Election in 2022 .One things for sure hes not Packing it in .And if he did who could blame the Man .

  5. I hope that the RINOs who voted to convict Trump in that sham trial are voted out at the first available opportunity by the people they are supposed to (but don’t) represent.

    What I saw of that impeachment was a disgrace, in the extreme. It was obvious that they were taking his words out of context and then they were found to have actually concocted a tweet. These people are charlatans.

    I’m not sure if Trump will stand again in 2024 – in his place, I’d be shaking the dust off my shoes and enjoying the rest of my retirement in peace and quiet. Who could blame him?

    • Senators Pat Toomey, one of my Senators who voted to convict Trump, announced that he won’t run again for the Senate next year.

      Hopefully the PA GOP will nominate a pro-life America First candidate.

      • Margaret,

        That’s the plan – I think Trump will be closely involved in the Republican nominees all over the place now.

        It’s horrifying watching what Joe Biden is doing and say – he actually excused the human rights abuses in China by attributing them to “cultural differences”. Unbelievable.

  6. I suspect at least one element in these impeachment show trials is government by personal vendetta. Remember when Trump grounded Nancy Pelosi’s plane early in his administration, because the government was shut down for the budget crisis? She was humiliated, and knowing the lowness of her character, I’m betting revenge is involved.

  7. O I Remember that day well Victor when the Bold Nancy and Her cohorts thought they were getting another complete Freebie. Nancy am sure wanted revenge that’s for certain especially as She probably had to buy Her own Booze for a couple of Days .Which must have put some DENT in Her Salary that particular month .The photo of Her especially was priceless .Correct me though if am wrong .Did President Trump not say ” They are free to go if they please but they’ll be paying for it themselves ” of course they didn’t go .

  8. Our resident American (RCA Victor, who else) has given me permission to post the following gif, which he posted a while back on one of the other USA threads. This is particularly fitting for the impeachment (victory) thread… Enjoy!

  9. We are witnessing an interesting spectacle, as the lines are being re-drawn, not just in Congress, but among former Trump supporters across the nation. We have seen a noticeable hostility toward Donald Trump by some Catholics who were Trump supporters during his tenure, but now vent in anger and bitterness against the Donald. This is particularly remarkable in view of the fact that not an insignificant number of them had previously been Never-Trumpers. In other words, what we are seeing, is the bizarre phenomenon of former Never-Trumpers who became “Trump true believers,” then when the going got rough after the Election Steal, made another about-face and returned to even more vitriolic disdain for Donald Trump. One example is a female Catholic blogger, who is particularly anti-Trump now, even going so far as to carry an article a few weeks ago by a former Never-Trumper name Chris Menahan. By his own admission in his rather strange article, Mr. Menahan initially was so strenuously opposed to Trump’s candidacy that he was evicted from a “conservative” forum. Some time later, he became a “true believer” in President Trump, even going so far as to purchase his “MAGA” mug and “Trump” hat, as well as displaying a “Trump” flag! At some point, ostensibly after the Election Steal, Mr. Menahan became embittered and turned on the President. He peddled his hateful article to various websites, including one he regularly writes for called “Information Liberation.” In the article the bitter Mr. Menahan, who apparently regrets having been made a fool of, made the outrageous claim that Donald Trump is the greatest of con-men, who duped us all along. These are the kinds of things we have heard occasionally here in Post Falls. Angry that the former President seems to have made no lasting changes (with “Sniffy” Biden un-doing everything good President Trump tried to do bypassing a hostile Congress using Presidential Directives), some embittered and disillusioned former Trump partisans are now shouting “mea culpa” from the rooftops. Having witnessed the power of the Deep State (AKA Swamp) during my years as a U.S. military officer, I can only say, in retrospect, that I believe Donald Trump’s main failure was underestimating the depth and breadth of the Swamp, as well as the tenacity of the Swamp Creatures. Presidents come and go; but the ubiquitous Swamp Creatures continue to thrive.

    • Marinaio

      Your post has crystallised something that has been fighting to move from the back of my mind to the front.

      Both the Covid-19 fiasco here in the UK and the hatred of Donald Trump in the USA, reveal that many, if not the majority of people these days are governed by emotion; they are not rational in their thinking but make judgments based purely on emotion. I’ve heard others say that often enough, but I’ve never understood it so clearly as I have just now, reading your comment. Goodness, with “friends” like these, Trump might say, “who needs enemies?”

      A by-product of such an irrational state of mind is that such people are blind to the truth about almost everything. It underlines the truth of the old saying “if you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything.”

      For example, earlier this evening I stumbled across a short video presentation by a young man who claims that just about everybody who worked at the WH under Trump (including Mike Pence and his wife) are homeless and here’s the reason; Trump is such a nutcase, the story goes, that he warned people towards the end of his time in office, that anyone who denied that the election was stolen would never work again, anywhere, would be homeless. In fact, I recall news reports where, right after the Biden “win” (cough, cough), word was put out that anyone who had worked for Donald Trump, and that included his supporters and those who had voted for him, and especially those who had claimed that the election was stolen, would be hunted down and never work again – so that didn’t come from Donald Trump, it came from the Biden camp /’ fake media. Thus, that was a complete twisting of the facts. The man who made that video has either been fed lies and believed them, or he fabricated the story himself.

      However, here’s a nugget of hope. I remember hearing someone commenting on the turmoil in the USA and expressing amazement that the then new President Trump was so hated when another commentator said that the day would come when those who hate Trump now, will totally change their minds and realise that he truly is one of the greatest ever Presidents in America.

      Initially, I assumed this would come about when he won his second term but now I’m wondering if there might be some dramatic turn of events which will see him somehow forced to take up the reins of power again (China springs to mind) – OR, perhaps more likely, that his second term will come about in 2024.

      Anyway, reading about the people you mention who appear to be nothing more than “fair weather friends”, people who have no real principles, who “go with the flow” like the dead fish described by Chesterton – such “supporters” Trump can well do without.

      • “However, here’s a nugget of hope. I remember hearing someone commenting on the turmoil in the USA and expressing amazement that the then new President Trump was so hated when another commentator said that the day would come when those who hate Trump now, will totally change their minds and realise that he truly is one of the greatest ever Presidents in America.”

        I don’t know who said that, but I’ve said all along that the day will come when people will wish Trump was still in office – and I’m not a famous commentator! 😆

    • Marinaio,

      Very interesting post! A couple of questions:

      1. When you say “some Catholics,” to whom are you referring? Traditionalists? Personalities in the alt media? And how many people are you talking about?

      2. As former military, what do you make of the narrative, which I’m sure you know, that Trump invoked the Insurrection Act before he left office, the military is now in charge of the government (despite appearances to the contrary), and that arrests are being made and tribunals conducted behind the scenes?

      (As well as Part 2 of this narrative: the military, having cleaned out the traitors, will restore the Presidency to Trump.)

      I gave all that up for Septuagesima, over a month before Septuagesima (!), but there is one Trump remark that seems to have some bearing on this that still puzzles me.

      During a campaign speech last summer in Ohio (at a factory, I believe), Trump said that there were some very rich people not at all happy with him, and that “you may not see me for awhile.” Any idea what he was talking about?

      • Greetings from snowy North Idaho, RCA Victor,

        When I mention “some Catholics,” I am referring to some bloggers and pundits, but mostly to a few unhappy and somewhat bitter people who attend Mass with us. (And it is not just Catholics who have succumbed to this.) My experience is limited to traditional Catholics, though I do work with a few people who attend the Novus Ordo. It would be difficult to place a number, or even hazard a percentage, on this phenomenon. It is assuredly quite low, judging from the preponderance of Trump stickers on cars parked outside the church and school. But as an example, my wife and I were at a dinner party the other night, with about eight people we have known for decades. There were a couple of individuals who were vocal in their renunciation of ever having supported Donald Trump, with one admitting he didn’t even vote for him in November. There were the representative QAnon individuals as well, which leads me to your next question. At least two of the dinner guests discussed the narrative to which you refer, regarding the Insurrection Act and the story apparently going around that Biden isn’t even in Washington D.C. At least one of the guests asserted that the military is in control. One man pulled up a couple of videos on his phone, attempting to convince me that the inauguration and the executive orders being signed by Biden in the Oval Office were actually staged in Culver City, California. I find it all highly implausible, though these folks believe that by March 6 (apparently the older inauguration date from many years ago), Trump will re-enter Washington, D.C. in triumph. Again, I just don’t see it. These narratives seem to me to be a distraction from the real problem. Finally, your last question regarding that cryptic comment made by President Trump last year: yes, I remember it well. Those of us who thought it significant, did not know really what to make of it. Was he going into hiding? I read an unsubstantiated report recently that the First Lady was constantly afraid that the same actors from 1963 would “JFK Trump”. Apparently, she influenced the President enough to back off somewhat on his quest for justice, at least according to the unnamed sources close to the former First Lady. That is about all I can say. My analytical nose tells me that there is no cavalry charge coming to the rescue, and that we are to be punished with the Biden Crime Family for the next few years, or until the powers-that -be send him back to Delaware (or Beijing) and the VP moves into the West Wing.

        • Marinaio

          I apologise for the fact that your most recent post went into moderation – three times!

          I can’t see any reason for that, at first reading, but this can happen for a number of reasons, and does happen occasionally. It may be that there is a word or part of a word that is on the “banned” list or it may be that there are too many links in a comment (I think the maximum is five allowed) or it may be that a post is very lengthy and/or contains no breaks. That might be misunderstood by the system as spam. Who knows – the wonders of WordPress.

          Anyway, I keep checking the admin files when I’m at my computer, so I will always release such posts the minute I see them. It is annoying for bloggers, though, especially given the time-difference between the UK and the USA, compounded by the fact that I most definitely need all the beauty sleep I can get 😀

          I know that RCA Victor will consider your latest comment well worth the wait – I certainly found it very interesting indeed, not least your concluding sentence. Tragically, more likely than not, very true.

        • Marinaio,

          (FYI, it’s March 4, and here’s an odd coincidence: my father’s birthday [RIP] was January 20, the current inauguration date. Mine is March 4, the old inauguration date. Maybe I should throw my hat into the ring…except that I don’t wear a hat…)

          Your dinner conversation about QAnon matters sounds about par for the course, and I remember one website early in Trump’s administration warning him to beware of grassy knolls.

          To be more specific about the “intel” I was devouring like Editor devours chocolate, I hung on every word from Jeffrey Prather, who has his own website, and Mike Adams on Brighteon. You probably know of them. That is, until I noticed how nothing they claimed was about to happen, ever happened.

          I do think, however, that Trump is more useful to the NWO alive than dead. After all, they’ve used his alleged fascist, white supremacist, Nazi, dictatorial, orange man bad policies to incite and justify anarchy, violence, government by personal vendetta, and extreme censorship, and to portray America as being isolated from the “world community.”

          Having said that, that strange Ohio statement still hangs in the air, not to mention a Washington D.C. full of troops until March…not to mention Mike Lindell’s notes captured by a photographer on his way out of the WH after a meeting with Trump, which mentioned “Insurrection Act.” Unless, of course, that was a photoshopped fake.

          And speaking of snow, we’ve had more in the Ohio Valley since last week than in the last 16 years combined. My lower back can vouch for that – hope yours is holding up! If you’re ever in the Cincinnati vicinity, I still have friends at my old SSPX parish/complex in Walton, KY – send me an email through Editor and maybe we can grab a cup of coffee somewhere. I’ll be the guy smoking two cigarettes, with a black fedora and a violin case…

    • WF,

      That’s classic. I do wonder, though, if she was really only trying to get him to clarify for the purposes of the viewers, as she claims, but even so, that lawyer is right to draw attention to the utterly cynical media bias. Nevertheless, maybe his words would have had even stronger force if he’d let her finish (“hang herself” – (so to speak… figuratively!)) and then went in for the jugular (so to speak… figuratively!)

      Having said that, that lawyer has been savaged by the anti-Trump brigade, and his home and family attacked, so his short-shrift is very understandable.

    • Editor,

      That article is another example of how conservatives always manage to play according to the leftists’ rules:

      “It is bizarre for a Vice President to be making contact with key world leaders just weeks into a new administration,” the outlet said. The calls could be a sign that Harris will have an elevated position when compared to past vice presidents, particularly in matters of foreign policy.”

      Thus completely missing the point, which everyone with a lick of sense knows: Joke Biden is just a temporary placeholder for Harris. As soon as his teeth fall out, or his mind shuts down completely, Pelosi will have him replaced with Harris, whose strings will be pulled by Obama and George Soros.

      Then the real chastisement begins…

      • RCAVictor

        I fear you’re right. I expect Harris to be President sooner rather than later. Uncle Joe will be off to the sanitorium very shortly.

        • I received my Jan. 31, 2021 issue of The Remnant and was pleasantly surprised to see your headline article “A Farewell to the American President: THE MAN WHO TRIED TO SAVE THE WORLD” (caps in original), which I promptly devoured.

          It’s going for 2:30 a.m. so I’ll turn in now.

    • RCAVictor

      Under the circumstances I can’t think of a more appropriate response to Beijing Biden’s Communist orders. People blaspheming with the Holy Name offends me, everyday swear words do not. We need men to be men against this crook in the White House. I thoroughly enjoyed reading that article.

    • RCA Victor,

      The Governor of Florida is a saint! No less! Great article – loved it when the Governor point blank refused to change his “Joe” to “Mr President” – Bang! Wham! Brilliant!

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