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Adam Schiff and the magically wonderful world of impeachment

Written By | Nov 23, 2019
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WASHINGTON: It is difficult to view the so-called Adam Schiff impeachment inquiry with any judicious thought process. Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, an oxymoron if there has ever been one, has been proven to be a liar so often that it ceases to be surprising.

Speaker of the House Pelosi repeating Schiff’s lies at will.

The President, when charged with lying, has no benefit of the doubt given by the mainstream media or Democrats. If it does not fit the liberal narrative to defend the President, then the President may not be defended.

Defense of the President never fits the liberal media or Democrat’s narrative.  If dueling were legal, Schiff would have shot himself by now.

Adam Schiff and Democrats suffering from Failure to Launch syndrome

Adam Schiff truly is an immoral act. But then he is a Californian. California, where going to the toilet on the street, is commonplace. Where taxes are an inalienable right of the government. California, where people live on the streets, yet more than $21 million, is spent “suing” the President. (Are AG Becerra’s dozens of lawsuits against the Trump administration about policy or politics? )

The Impeachment hearings are not so much shameful, as they are juvenile.

It has been about the “big lie” that, if repeated enough, becomes truth.

“All this was inspired by the principle—which is quite true within itself—that in the big lie there is always a certain force of credibility; because the broad masses of a nation are always more easily corrupted in the deeper strata of their emotional nature than consciously or voluntarily; and thus in the primitive simplicity of their minds they more readily fall victims to the big lie than the small lie, since they themselves often tell small lies in little matters but would be ashamed to resort to large-scale falsehoods. – Mein Kampf – Adolph Hitler”

A constant parade of “diplomats” tell taxpayers how much they have been proud of their service to this country. Then they are praised by the House committee members as if the entire state department is from the same timbre as the church that Christ swore would withstand the ires of hell.

The Saints of heaven and their symbiotic earth-bound creatures are government diplomats. Good grief!

The result for the political dysphoria of liberal dissatisfaction with the 2016 election is that Trump must go, law or no law. And the path, Democrats choose, is not to let American’s vote, but to destroy America on the path to Impeachment.

Approval polls about Congress and their appointees seem to indicate that the people see them for the bureaucratic bloodsuckers they are.

As Donald Trump sees them. The Deep State. The Swamp.

Impeachment 101: Never ask what you do not know

A tenant of the courtroom is never to ask a question of a witness you do not know the answer to, which is why Schiff, a Stanford and Harvard graduate with ten years in Congress, denied Republicans the ability to call a witness, which is why testimony was first in a double-secret magic room hidden in the bowels on Congress. A Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility, or SCIF, and called the “Skiff,” allowing Schiff 100% narrative control.

Schiff’s fail: You don’t impeach a President on hearsay, you divide a country

Once Democrats approved bureaucrats have been vetted and coached by the committee chairman, they are allowed to give their resume ‘of “service” to the American people.

The Impeachment Hearing witnesses – Sondland, Volker, Hill, Holmes, et al. spent their entire government lives at the public trough. They are there fattening themselves while serving none but themselves.

They speak as if being smarmy were part of their job description.

As though, by virtue of their Curriculum Vitae, they should be the person or persons setting America’s foreign policy. That President Trump, like those before him, should dance to their tune. That an army bureaucrat, like Lt. Col. Vindman, is more qualified to set our policy with Ukraine than the Commander in Chief.

That they, willingly and knowingly (unless they are stupid), testify to blatant hearsay. Which you cannot attest to. Because you do not know.

As Ambassador Sondland says “not a person on the planet told me” (fast forward):

Proving that a fact is a hard thing to find in Congress these days.

Holmes testifies to what he “overheard” during a phone call between Ambassador Sondland and the President while sitting across the table in a noisy restaurant.

Or they love their “country,” and they want to honor the subpoena they were handed and tell what they know they heard somebody tell somebody they also may have heard ad infinitum. It was what the self-appointed experts surmised, believed, presumed, heard.

Because the Big Lie tells them they are right. Because “Orange Man Bad” has been the unending drone since before Donald J. Trump knocked Hillary Clinton and the Deep State off their political pedestal.

If these people were proctologists, they would be looking in the patient’s ear.

As a news item, one wonders where the news is on the subject.

America’s not so civil civil service employees rise up

A couple of channels. Fox and OAN, notably, have some semblance of news regarding the charade of hearings. But the rest of the outlets of so-called news offer a cavalcade of pseudo-educated commentators, ex-political operatives ( Chuck Todd, George Stephanopoulos, or Joe Scarborough for prime examples) or ex bureaucrats (Brennan, Clapper, and McCabe) repeating the same “Big Lie” opinions as to the hearsay witnesses. Cable news guests fondly calling attention to the Constitution or some oblique reference to the Federalist Papers.

Even quoting Alexander Hamilton, an alleged notorious liar himself.

And most of the references to the Constitution are vague gobbledygook nonsense like Madeline Dean, Democrat from Pennsylvania made: “Impeachment is the last resort.”

No, Ma’am. It is the only resort to its referenced antecedent: Treason, Bribery, High Crimes or Misdemeanors. There is not an assortment of items for members of Congress or bureaucrats to play with.

What we saw during the Impeachment hearings is what lives and breathes in Washington as a “duly” elected officials. One who has sworn before God to uphold the Constitution but seems never to have read it.
These, mostly Democrats, are the sort of ilk who, because of an election result they don’t like, democratically held, are putting on a show to impress the people of their dedication to law and order.

This impeachment nonsense is pathetic, as are the bilious bums in Congress who are behind it. And most prominent is their leader, the liar Adam Schiff.

Paul H. Yarbrough

Born in Mississippi, now calling Texas home, Paul H. Yarbrough is bringing his writing talents to the political arena. Yarbrough has completed three novels. He is also the humorist behind the weekly column, Redneck Diary.