Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Impeachment Day In America

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The President sent a powerful and direct letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi yesterday.

Led by Hollywood celebrities, thousands across America marched in the streets last night and this morning.

Hundreds of college professors signed a letter demanding Congress "impeach him," "impeach him."

The Democrat controlled House of Representatives is scheduled to vote to impeach the President of the United States today.

Be informed.

Day before yesterday--on December 16, America remembered, on its 75th anniversary, the "Battle of the Bulge" which ultimately caused Hitler's Germany to collapse and freedom to prevail.

Today, Dec. 18, 2019, will most likely be remembered as the last gasp attempt for radical far Left progressives in America to reverse the duly held presidential election of 2016.

While Nancy Pelosi's House cannot actually remove President Trump, they have spent millions of dollars and most all of their time getting to the point where they can "impeach" him and satisfy the shrieks of the Left that began the day he was inaugurated President of the United States---the day Hillary, the inevitable candidate, failed.

Today is "I" Day.

Yesterday, President Trump sent a very direct letter to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.

President Trump's letter to Pelosi began with this:
"I write to express my strongest and most powerful protest against the partisan impeachment crusade being pursued by the Democrats in the House of Representatives. This impeachment represents an unprecedented and unconstitutional abuse of power by Democrat Lawmakers, unequaled in nearly two and a half centuries of American legislative history."

He said, "You have cheapened the importance of the very ugly word impeachment."

The President said, "While I have no expectation that you will do so, I write this letter to you for the purpose of history and to put my thoughts on a permanent record.

You may read the entire letter here. I encourage you to do so. The media will never honestly report the content of the President's letter.

Hundreds of college professors have signed a letter begging Pelosi's House to impeach President Trump.

Hundreds of college professors, referring to themselves as "American historians," have signed the letter begging the US House to impeach President Trump, claiming that the President has "violated his oath" and citing his "brazen contempt" for government.

The educators of America's youth say they are historians devoted to studying our nation's past and have concluded that Donald J. Trump has "violated his oath" citing his "braze contempt" for government.

The 752 so-called historians claim Hamilton and our other Founders would agree with them that Trump's impeachment is "urgently and justly" required.

They also claim if President Trump had his way, he "would turn the [presidency] into an elected monarch above the law."

The signees also claim that if "President Trump can't be impeached, then no one can."

They say in the letter,
"It is our considered judgment that if President Trump's misconduct does not rise to the level of impeachment, then virtually nothing does," claiming that the US Constitution is in "clear and present danger."

I agree. The Constitution is indeed in clear and present danger. This act of impeachment for the lust of power on the part of the far Left radicals who have demanded this act of impeachment from election day in 2016, is in fact damaging to our Constitution. And our country.

Hollywood hit the streets last night and this morning.

Last night prominent Hollywood figures including Alyssa Milano, Debra Messing, Rob Reiner, Star Trek actor George Takei and others were all out on the street saving us all from Donald Trump, aka, trying to recapture the country so they could continue to push it down the progressive path to destruction.

The far-left radical MoveOn organization sponsored more than 500 marches across the country last night.

Star Trek actor George Takei called for people to march the streets so that President Donald Trump is "held accountable."

He said, "Impeachment Eve is like Christmas Eve, only instead of presents, you get democracy. So go out into the streets tonight with everyone to insist Donald Trump be held accountable."

Protests were held in cities across the country.

By the time you read this, this morning, the protests will have run their course, and the House vote may have been taken.

The President may have been impeached by the House, but it is the Senate that can remove him from office.

Sen. Mitch McConnell, the Majority leader in the Republican held Senate, has told the press, "That won't happen."

The takeaway: What crime did Trump commit?

Those not burning with lust to regain power in our government, are, with clear minds, still asking what crime did President Trump commit?

House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Doug Collins (R-GA) blasted the Democrats yesterday because they still can't name a crime he has committed.

A puzzled Collins said,
"If you read the report from the majority, there's a lot of discussion about crimes but they couldn't find it themselves to charge one...But every time we try, we try once again, except the one thing we couldn't do was find a crime."

There's been a lot of talk about Alexander Hamilton by the Democrats---so Collins reminded the Democrats that Alexander Hamilton previously warned about a partisan impeachment process. Hamilton was worried about a majority party in the House pursuing impeachment against the president of an opposing party.

Hamilton's warning is literally coming true today.

Democrats are wanting to impeach and remove Trump because of philosophical differences and their hatred for the President.

Pray for the President.

Be Informed. Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Prayerful.