Alright. It’s true that I rarely lampoon Republican politicians, those doing what they can to hold the line and defend my country from our domestic enemies. Still though, fair is fair, funny is funny, and irony should burn at least a little. So, Democrats laughing at Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA 14) when she called for decorum in the House not only doesn’t offend me, I actually find it a bit funny and a fair response.
Let’s face it; MTG is a lot things, and most of them are good or based upon The Good. But having even a passing acquaintance with decorum isn’t one of them. Or, at least, she’s not to-date shown any fondness on the job for staying within decorum’s bounds. So…
It seems that The View’s Joy Behar isn’t shy about claiming that SCOTUS justice Clarence Thomas and Senator Tim Scott aren’t really Black because they aren’t avowed victims of “Systemic Racism” and constantly claiming that they are so.
“He’s one of these guys who, you know, he’s like Clarence Thomas,” Behar said. “Black Republican who believes in pulling yourself by your bootstraps, rather than, to me, understanding the systemic racism that African Americans face in this country, and other minorities. He doesn’t get it. Neither does Clarence. And that’s why they’re Republicans.”
— Joy Behar
In her opinion two Black Men, one born at the beginning of the the Civil Rights Movement and one born nearer it’s end and just a year after the Civil Right Act was created, don’t understand racism. Two Black men raised in broken homes and poverty in the South apparently can’t understand what Blacks go through because the real racism and disadvantaged upbringings these men faced didn’t hold them back.
Yes, I know. It’s not normally correct to respond to- or particularly care about what the bints on The View jabber, hoot, and/or holler. Their entire shtick is being ignorant, stupid, and grossly offensive to Americans in general. However, this is one of those times when one of them, Behar in this case, can be used as a bellweather for the core dogma of the Left and their minority tenants.
This is their identification of the Blacks. Irrespective of race or upbringing, they will not believe a Black is truly a Black unless they paint themselves as a victim deserving of reparations from America. Some can’t even recognize one, mistaking them for- and castigating them because they’re obviously White.
So, the House – specifically, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green (R-GA-14) – has introduced Articles of Impeachment against Joe “Bad Hands” Biden. I don’t in the least find this surprising after what Dems have done, but I do find it to be stupid, largely worthless, and very much not a good thing for the political landscape of our nation.
Yes, it’s true that we have more evidence that Biden has committed “High Crimes” than the Dems had against President Trump. But, from a procedural and/or legal standpoint, that is, at this moment, largely because the Dems had no evidence against President Trump since their “charges” were either wholly fabricated – as in a charge in the articles not actually being a High Crime or Misdemeanor – or being something that he hadn’t done but they were supposedly convinced her might do in the future. And again yes, it’s rather unlikely that truly sufficient evidence will be able to be gotten, given the nature and bias of the FBI and rest of the DOJ. That doesn’t, however, mean you move forward without that evidence.
Also, another simple truth is that the Senate is largely Democrat. Even if the House indicted Biden – which is highly unlikely – there is no way the Senate would convict him, much less remove him from office even if they truly believed that, in his former role as Vice President, President Biden abused the power of that office through enabling bribery and other high crimes and misdemeanors by allowing his son Hunter Biden to influence the domestic policy of a foreign nation and accept benefits from foreign nationals in exchange for favors. They could catch him raping toddlers in the Oval Office and still not remove him from office, not with either President Trump, Gov. DeSantis, or a pairing of both looming on the horizon.
So, there’s no valid, real-world purpose behind introducing articles of Impeachment against Creepy Uncle Joe. No good will come of it and doing so just furthers the erosion of our republic that the Dems started. It’s just largely pointless and selfish virtue signalling.
They will be the first articles of impeachment filed against Biden since House Republicans took the majority in January
The above is the subtitle of Fox News’ article about this. And, I think that it is both telling and predictive. The Dems broke the door open to using impeachment as a normal, every-day tool against the POTUS and, now, Republicans are returning the favor, having realized that it’s a seemingly cheap way of making their position clear and “showing” their constituencies that they’re righteous. It’s going to accelerate, escalate, and degenerate from here in all likelihood.
Folks, forget the idea of someone playing Nero’s part while Rome burns. What we’re going to see is the Dems and Republicans doing Call & Response ala “Dueling Banjos” while the nation burns.
Finding shells – called shelling by enthusiasts and those that cater to them – is location-dependent. It’s a lot different in places like Florida than in Chicago, Detroit, Washington DC, or Los Angeles. 😉
#Woke cultist, like all religionists, have their chants. In the case of the adherents of Woke Theology it’s the droning chant of how any negative result – or simply any less positive result in relation to the norm – that non-White, especially the Blacks, experience is wholly and solely the fault of “White Supremacy” and “Systemic Racism.” Gregorian rants indeed.
It doesn’t matter what the topic is. The Wokeists will claim stridently and ,more and more often, violently that the cause of the non-Whites’ issues is White Supremacist Systemic Racism. The facts don’t matter. That Whites in similar circumstances deal with the same issues doesn’t matter. It’s all our fault and it’s all our racism causing whatever it is. That is the core of their doctrine and dogma and few, if any of them, are amenable to ecclesiastic debate.