The rough road ahead for Democrats

If you had any doubt whatsoever that the republican-majority Senate is dancing to whatever tune Trump plays, this post by my blogging friend Brosephus will erase that doubt. This post has left me growling once again … the double standard is simply an abomination. Herr Trump will rig November’s election in any way that he can find. Be forewarned, people … we’ve got an uphill climb ahead of us. Thank you, Brosephus, for the informative, though angst-producing post!

The Mind of Brosephus

Remember this?

Boy did that ever age well, huh?

It didn’t take but one day after acquittal by a complicit Republican Senate to prove how naive and stupid Collins’ comment was.  The only way that Collins comes off as sounding informed is if “chastened” somehow means emboldened in Maine.

Given Trump’s newfound invincibility, this story here should serve as a flashing red warning sign for the Democratic Party. 

Hunter Biden records turned over to Senate: Lawmaker 

“Applying a blatant double standard, Trump administration agencies like the Treasury Department are rapidly complying with Senate Republican requests — no subpoenas necessary — and producing ‘evidence’ of questionable origin,” Wyden spokesperson Ashley Schapitl said in a statement. “The administration told House Democrats to go pound sand when their oversight authority was mandatory while voluntarily cooperating with the Senate Republicans’ sideshow at lightning speed.”

The “rapid” production of sensitive financial information from the Treasury…

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3 thoughts on “The rough road ahead for Democrats

  1. I have lost all respect for Senator Collins. I thought that she was an independent thinker. DJT and is mob family want the public to believe the impeachment process was just sour grapes over the 2016 election. I’m sorry to say she sounds like she’s lost her marbles, if she truly buys into the narrative that “he learned something.” To save any merit to her service, I hope she retires for her own sake. I continue to advocate for term limits in Congress and the Senate.

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