Today is Good a Day to Impeach

Every Republican in Congress and every American who voted for Donald Trump has seen and heard the truth, no more feigned ignorance.
There is a choice, a clear dividing line. Trump has given domestic terrorists licence to continue their violence.
Politicians in office, elected to represent all Americans, have a job to do now. Remove Nazis from the White House, all of them including their leader Donald Trump. 
All symbols of hate need to be banned from public buildings and grounds, including Nazi symbols, and confederate flags and statues, gestures such as the Nazi salute criminalized as they are in other countries. 

Baltimore took immediate action, and so should Washington D.C. It isn’t North Korea, or radical Islam, Donald Trump is the biggest threat to our national security. 

You need more reasons? The Nazi thing isn’t compelling enough, the admitted sexual assault wasn’t, isolating the U.S. by destroying alliances, as when leaving the Paris Climate Accord, the money laundering, the mob ties, the Russian collusion for the purpose of putting Trump in office to lift sanctions for a Russian oil deal, isn’t enough? Does he have to “stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody?”

Today is a good day to impeach.


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Trump Legitimizes Hate 

Alex J Fields, is the suspected driver of the car that plowed into a crowd in Charlottesville on August 12, 2017, wounding 19, and killing 1. He is charged with one count of second degree murder, three counts of malicious wounding, and one count of hit and run.

Heather Heyer 32 was killed when Fields drove his car into the crowd. 

Plowing a vehicle into a crowd is an act of terrorism, but Trump has yet to call it by it’s name. Alex J Fields’ mother “thought he was going to a Trump rally”— and really, he was. 

These people are part of Trump’s base. They traded in their white robes, and the pointed hats that hid their faces, for red hats with Trump’s slogan “Make America Great Again.” Now we know what that means to these people. Like Pence, Sessions, Bannon, McConnell, Miller and many more in Trump’s entourage, they want to take us back to the days before America had Civil Rights. 

Former KKK leader David Duke tweeted a reminder to Trump, of who “put him in the White House.” (And here I thought it was Putin.)

Trump condemns the media, but he will not denounce hate groups. Instead he made a statement leaving his support open to interpretation. 

“We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides — on many sides.” Donald J Trump 

Trump’s comments were interpreted by a neo-Nazi publication “The Daily Stormer” as follows:

“3:46 PM: Trump comments were good. He didn’t attack us. He just said the nation should come together. Nothing specific against us. He said that we need to study why people are so angry, and implied that there was hate… on both sides! So he implied the antifa are haters. There was virtually no counter-signaling of us at all. He said he loves us all. Also refused to answer a question about White Nationalists supporting him. No condemnation at all. When asked to condemn, he just walked out of the room. Really, really good. God bless him.”

They declare war, saying this is just the beginning. The link below will take you to their site.

They claimed victory, but may be mistaken. Mayor Jim Gray said he is taking steps to remove two Confederate-era statues from the lawn of the former Fayette County Courthouse on Main Street.

Trump has made no secret of his racist views, and clearly he was raised with them.

Trump’s father, at age 21, was arrested at a KKK gathering in Queens New York according to a 1927 New York Times article.

Fred Trump’s racism was the subject another story, this time a 1979 article, published by Village Voice, reported on a civil rights suit alleging the Trumps refused to rent to black home-seekers.

Where did these: Neo-Nazi extremist, KKK, White Supremisist, Fascist, Radical Christian Domestic Terrorists come from? 

Since Trump’s election, like cockroaches when lights are turned off, they came out of hiding. They’ve been here all along, but Trump has given them the courage to show their faces. 

This is not the America I know, and it is not an America to be proud of. This is Donald Trump’s America, and it is time to take it back.

Choose Your Trump Reality

Donald Trump is still on vacation, golfing at his New Jersey resort, because the White House is being renovated— “it’s a dump.”

His tweeting hasn’t taken a holiday.

Trump wants us to believe this rhetoric, he is working on this from the golf course. He wants to develop a workforce, even though he hired a Secretary of Education who is anti-education—Betsy Devos. Okay Donald, tell us another one.

Naturally Trump is taking credit for this. He posted it on his twitter page like a trophy. 

I don’t buy it, because I know Trump and Ivanka brand products are manufactured in: China, Bangladesh, Turkey, Honduras, Vietnam, and South Korea, to name a few.

Additionally, I have not forgotten July 2017, the Department of Homeland Security raised the cap on H-2B visas for foreign guest workers from 66,000 visas per year to 81,000. Trump lifted the cap then immediately asked for some of those H-2B visas for himself, to bring in 76 more foreign workers. The hundreds he already has working for him don’t suffice because business is good. Trump Hotel Washington D.C. alone has seen a 192% increase in profits since Trump took office, earning $19.7 million in the first three months of his term.

These H-2B Visa allow businesses to bring in unskilled labor from other countries to work for low wages in the hospitality industry: hotels, ski resorts, golf courses, etc., to fill jobs as bartenders, pool attendants, landscapers, chefs, cooks, restaurant hostesses, housekeepers, and servers. 

Homeland Security raised the limit to protect companies from “suffering irreparable harm” because they can’t find enough American workers to fill these temporary jobs. Unemployed Americans living near Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach Florida, and his Washington D.C. Hotel would disagree.

Don’t misunderstand me, Trump hasn’t increased the H-2A visa program which allows for seasonal farmworkers to be brought in to harvest crops, even though the agriculture industry desperately needs help. In fact he has deported countless farm workers, allowing millions of dollars in crops to rot in fields before they can be picked for lack of labor. I am afraid to think how this will be reflected in grocery store produce prices. 

Additionally, he has not expanded the H-1B visa program, which allows for highly skilled workers in the tech industry, although they are needed.

Trump, on his golf vacation in New Jersey, shoots off some tweets to accept credit for a job well done (by a man from a prior administration), and we are supposed to forget that he and his entourage are about to be indicted on charges ranging from money laundering, to collusion, to sex trafficking. 

The attempts at distraction are an organized effort between Russia, North Korea, Trump, and now Venezuela. Trump vacations, but the propaganda machine is hard at work. Don’t run out and buy your WWIII survival kit just yet. The threat…it isn’t real. 


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Which One is POTUS?

Which One Is Our President—

  1. John McCain announces his strategy for Afghanistan,
  2. Al Gore leads a fight to save the planet from ruination.
  3. Bernie Sanders offers details for a single-payer healthcare plan,
  4. Trump golfs and warns war to distract from an investigation.



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Ambling Through Tweets of a Cornered Con-man

At 05:58 AM, our POTUS works on the propaganda he hopes will convince enough of the public to believe he is a victim of dishonest reporting. 

The Quinnipiac university poll says different.

Everyone, with the exception of Trump, agrees Russia interfered. He is panicking. 

Trying to make America believe he is necessary for the country to thrive, but in reality he has signed countless executive orders, none of which have been implemented. He sites Stock Market surges which do not reflect results of the time period he has been in office. He takes credit regardless.

The “Trump base” may in fact be closer than ever, because there are so few people left they fit in the same car and are capable of driving to rallies together…that is close.

They have become stronger because fewer people are holding the signs, and they’re heavy.

Here we have Donald Trump claiming to be “working hard from New Jersey.” The only thing is, people who work hard don’t tweet about working hard, because they’re busy…actually working hard. Perhaps he meant Tweeting hard from New Jersey.

Oh boy, he went there…5x draft dodger opening himself up for reminders that he lives in house made of bone spurs. 

I think there has been a case in U.S. history where more voters were defrauded Mr. Trump. 

This guy looks healthy…

Days after this photo was taken Trump complained of bone spurs in order to avoid the military. He continues to play golf and tennis at the (over) ripe old age of 72. 

This is the strategy trump is left with—attempt to discredit those who will prosecute him. He has attempted to discredit former FBI director James Comey and special prosecutor Mueller as well.


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Trump Imagines Himself the World’s Great Person

The writing is on the wall, and for those who care to read, it clearly spells out—’His days are numbered.’ Everyday since Donald Trump began his assault on our democracy he has displayed his three driving forces: 

  1. Personally profit bigly from his presidency
  2. Erase President Obama’s legacy 
  3. Be worshipped

He has successfully accomplished #1— profiting bigly, but despite threats and intimidation he has failed at #2— repealing Obamacare, and #3— his narcissistic need to be worshipped, it slips farther away every week.  

    The following are results of this week’s Quinnipiac poll:

    • 33% approve of Trump 
    • 61% disapprove
    • 62% don’t think he’s honest
    • 54% are embarrassed he’s POTUS

      We all remember the crowd size argument Trump’s former communications director made on his behalf:

      “That was the largest audience to witness an inauguration, period. Both in person and around the globe.” ~ Sean Spicer

      But we had clear evidence that it wasn’t. The top photo is President Obama’s inauguration crowd, and the lower is Trump’s.

      Now we hear confirmation from the Boy Scouts of America that Trump lied about his reception at the “quadrennial jamboree” in West Virginia.  After he gave a highly inappropriate politicized speech to 40,000 Boy Scouts and their troop leaders, he claimed he had received a standing ovation upon entering, and it continued until 5 minutes after he left the stage. That lie wasn’t enough. The following day he said: 

      “I got a call from the head of the Boy Scouts saying it was the greatest speech that was ever made to them, and they were very thankful,” ~ Trump

      According to the Boy Scouts, that call never happened. What did happen was the Boy Scout’s chief executive Mike Surbaugh apologized for Trump’s speech:

      “I want to extend my sincere apologies to those in our Scouting family who were offended by the political rhetoric that was inserted into the jamboree. That was never our intent, we sincerely regret that politics were inserted into the Scouting program.” ~Mike Scarbaugh

      He also described a phone call with Mexican President Nieto:

      “Even the President of Mexico called me. Their southern border, they said very few people are coming because they know they’re not going to get to our border, which is the ultimate compliment.” ~ Donald Trump

      Yea, that never happened either. You can read the transcript of the phone call on the Washington Post link attached below. One of the more embarrassing comments Trump made during that call  —

      “You have some pretty tough hombres in Mexico that you may need help with, and we are willing to help you with that big-league. But they have to be knocked out and you have not done a good job of knocking them out.” ~ Trump

      The same Washington Post article with transcripts from Trump’s conversation with Nieto also has a transcript from Trump’s infamous first phone call with Australian prime minister Turnbull. This call has been described as “a hostile interchange” during which Trump argued that the U.S. deal with Australia regarding Syrian refugies was a “bad deal.”

      “…somebody told me yesterday that close to 2,000 people are coming who are really probably troublesome.” ~ Trump to Turnbull

      His ignorance of policies, agreements, and everything in general, is astounding, but he wants to change all that was born during the Obama administration. He repeats what he’s “heard” like a twelve year old girl repeating gossip, (to any twelve year old girl reading this post, I apologize for the analogy.) and bases his immigration policy on that. He continued:

      “I do not understand. This is going to kill me. I am the world’s greatest person that does not want to let people into the country.” ~ Trump

      While arguing his intention to terminate the deal, Trump repeatedly used excuses like: “It’s embarrassing to me,” I’ll look like “a weak ineffective leader,” and “I’d look like a dope.” Well, if it looks like a dope, talks like a dope, and golfs like a dope, then it’s probably Donald Trump.

      Perhaps the latest dip in Trump’s polls were the catalyst for what surprised many this week.  Trump signed the congressional bill which limits his power to lift sanctions against Russia. Why would he do that? Possibly because the bill had passed through congress with overwhelming numbers, 517-5, he felt he had no choice. While he did sign it, he wasn’t happy about it.

      “This includes a number of clearly unconstitutional provisions.” ~ Donald Trump

      Trump’s signing the bill has angered Russian President Vladimir Putin, who called Trump “weak” and has threatened retaliation. Not to worry. As he demonstrated when it was disclosed that his son Trump Jr met with Russians who were interested in sabotaging the Clinton campaign, Trump has no problem sacrificing his child for his own gain…so he has three potential food tasters.  

      Donald Trump is a symphony of subterfuge. He has a lie for every occasion, and creates stories of events and phone calls and relationships as he feels the need. The problem for him is that most people have caught on. There are a few cultish Trump supporters who still accept his words as Truth, but there are also still people who believe the earth is flat.

      So what is the hold up Mr Mueller? How long can it possibly take to special order the tiny handcuffs? 

      Transcripts of Trump’s calls with Mexico and Australia – Washington Post—


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