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Bat crazy Democrats losing it as Russia Hoax moves to a criminal inquiry

Written By | Oct 27, 2019

COLORADO:  They’re insane.  They’re fruit bats.  They’ve stayed at the party too long.  They’re making us nuts just watching them.  Many of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) impeachment elves are expecting the worst now that Attorney General Barr has announced that the ongoing investigation into the origins of the Mueller investigation has been stepped up to a criminal investigation.  (The Justice Department Review of the Russia Investigation Is Now Reportedly a Criminal Inquiry)

Could it be that those who perpetrated scurrilous lies, spying, and set-ups, including the use of international players since Trump’s inauguration and before, will finally be vulnerable to American justice?  Are they aware of the impending danger as the light of day reveals what they’ve been upto?

You’re damn tootin’, they’re aware.

Adam Schiff’s Whistleblower

And, heading things off at the pass is a nameless, faceless “whistleblower,” coached by “Pencil-Neck Schiff.”  His appearance before Schiff’s kangaroo trial of the President remains unscheduled.  Don’t hold your breath.  His job here is done. The furtherance of diversionary tactics by democrats ahead of probable democrat Obama era operative indictments.

Pelosi’s unwillingness to schedule a full House vote as to whether or not to proceed with an official impeachment of the president reveals her intent: to hurl more oil onto the fires of radical libs while keeping safe her democrat minions who hold seats inside “Trump Country.”  The Senate leadership has already said if such an ill-formed, extra-legal impeachment should be presented to that body, sans a full vote of the House, it will be dead on arrival.

But here, the story turns downright humorous.  Those Never-Trumper establishmentarians who are lined up on Pelosi’s side are losing it.

Never Trumper’s Nome de Plumes

Even the prim and proper former Republican presidential candidate, Mitt Romney is clinging to power with his laughable, hairy-high school Twitter account handle “Pierre Delecto.”

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Despite Trump’s past support of “Mittens,” his disloyalty knows no bounds as he has put his lot in with the nay-sayers.

There’s a strangely odd ring to his secret title.  It would belie his well-crafted reputation of moralistic Morman, a man who would rule the nation but who, as some have noted, still walks like a girl.  Just saying.

Next in the democrat moralistic contingent is Cardinal James Comey, de-knighted head of the FBI.

His Twitter handle, “Reinhold Niebuhr,” reveals his high-minded moral sense of his own righteousness.  Perhaps it’s his seven-foot height that has his head in the clouds.  Pretty soon now though, we have a feeling Attorney General Barr might be setting him straight on his past actions that have been the very antithesis of patriotic morality.

Then there’s everyone’s favorite, “Spartacus,” Senator Cory Booker, D-NJ, announcing his intention to break the rules of the U.S. Senator in the releasing of confidential documents during the Kavanagh Supreme Court justice hearings.

As reported by Katherine Parker in the Washington Post on September 7:

“His eyes glimmering pools of earnestness, Booker girded his loins and told those in attendance he was going to do the un-thinkable . . .. lest the immensity of the moment be lost on spectators, Booker sprang for the enduring image: “This is about the closest I’ll probably ever have in my life to an ‘I am Spartacus’ moment,” he said with a straight face. He was referring to the 1960 movie “Spartacus,” about a failed slave revolt led by the title character (Kirk Douglas) against the Roman Republic. When the rulers warned that all the slaves would be crucified unless Spartacus identified himself, he stood up. Then all the other slaves did the same, saying, “I am Spartacus.”

But these tensions, hypocrisy, and downright lunacy have been building for some time.

Even back during the Obama era, when asked about that administration’s complete reformation of the U.S. healthcare system, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi assured us, counter to all common sense, that,

“We will have to read the bill before we can know what’s in it.”

Most hilariously, former presidential candidate Secretary Hillary Clinton seems to have found Russians under every bed as she has lately accused democrat primary presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard and former Green Party candidate Jill Stein of being Russian “agents.”  (Clinton dives off the deep end, claims Tulsi Gabbard is a Russian spy)

These latest objects of Clinton’s derision and phantasmagorical descriptions may find solace with our current president, still smeared by Clinton’s pals as a treasonous agent of the Russians.

“Justice grinds slow, but it grinds fine.”

Despite Democrats’ collective hysteria and odd behaviors, however,  the other shoe is about to drop. All thanks to the halls of justice.  They and their apologist reporters in the mainstream media soon will have to deal with judicial facts, indictments and the whole seamy Deep State being revealed for the rats they are.

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One hopes that no amount of closed-door “testimonies,” name-calling or clever secret Twitter handles will be able to counter the law.

If the law returns, even fleetingly, to Washington, D.C., that rather tarnished city on the hill, many will run the risk of going back to respecting this great country.

But if our laws again are end-run, and if the extra-legal diversionary tactics of the recent past are allowed to continue, America will become just another washed-up formerly great country, on its knees, and embarrassed of itself.




Karen Hagestad Cacy

Karen Hagestad Cacy, of Colorado Springs, is a former Washington speechwriter and transportation lobbyist. Raised in Portland, Oregon, she holds a BA degree in Russian and Middle East Studies from Portland State University (and American University in Cairo.) Her four novels are available on She is also the author of two plays.