House Leadership Has a Serious Problem

 

Congressional Democrats have a serious problem. It is not the fact that many of them appear to dislike President Trump, which they are free to do. Rather, it is the fact that their arguments have become predictable, stale talking points and sound bites, always placing the blame on someone else. The Democrat leadership’s response to the President’s Oval Office Address demonstrated this to perfection. As a result, Democrats have little chance to sway public opinion and are actually helping Republicans and the President on the issue of a border wall.

 

 

 

We’re About to Make History

 

Following what was by all accounts (including the president’s) a contentious meeting over border wall funding between the White House (Trump and VP Mike Pence) and the Democratic leadership (Schumer and Pelosi) on Wednesday, Schumer and Pelosi attempted to portray the President as unstable and child-like when they told reporters that he stormed out of the meeting after 45 minutes, with Schumer saying that Trump threw a “tantrum” when he realized Democrats weren’t there to concede before “slamming the table and storming out.”

 

 

 

About That Swamp

 

Hello everyone. Thanks for joining me.

This evening, I’d like to share a little story with you. It’s a happy tale about a friendship that spans decades. It’s sure to make everyone feel warm and fuzzy inside. Especially if you’re partial to the Washington, D.C. swamp. Are there any swamp creatures in my audience? I know you’re out there. Don’t be shy. There’s no point in pretending you’re human. Your stench gives you away. Doesn’t it folks?

Settle in and get comfy everyone. The story’s about to begin.

Once upon a time, there was a man named Lindsey Graham. Mr. Graham was a politician in Washington, D.C. He’d been there for years and years. Kinda like the corns on Grandpa’s feet. Painful. But after struggling with them for such a long time, Grandpa got used to them and limped a little when they flared-up.

Where was I? Right. Lindsey Graham.

At the time this story takes place, he was the incoming Senate Judiciary Chairman.

Now, the President of the United States at the time this story takes place, was President Donald Trump. President Trump, had nothing but swamp creatures and swamp rats doing whatever they could do to give him a difficult time. It didn’t matter what President Trump did or said. There was always something slithering around, fresh out of the D.C. swamp, ready to obstruct his efforts. Obstructionists. That’s what they’re called.

Now, Trump was just about rid of a particularly pesky rat. One Rat Rosenstein, to be exact. Rosenstein had been working hand-in-glove with the Mueller-monster. Yes, there really is such a beast. This Mueller-monster was a thorn in the President’s side, since before he took office.

The attorney general of the United States, a traitorous swamp creature from way back, Jeff Sessions was his name, had recused himself from something called the Russia collusion investigation and appointed Rat Rosenstein to take his place. Rosenstein appointed the Mueller-monster to investigate the President and everyone remotely associated with him. For nearly two years, at the time this story takes place, the President had been plagued by the shady doings and dealings of the D.C. swamp. 

You can imagine how relieved the President was when Jeff Sessions finally resigned. And then, a few months after Sessions resigned, Rat Rosenstein announced his resignation too. Happy days! Right?

Well, not so fast. 

It seems the man the President chose to take Jeff Sessions’ place was one William Barr. Most folks not familiar with swamp history thought the President had made a good choice.

Here’s where we get back to incoming Senate Judiciary Chairman, Lindsey Graham. 

Lindsey met with William Barr, the President’s nominee for attorney general of the United States. After his meeting with Barr, reporters were eager to ask Lindsey questions. You see, they too are part of the D.C. swamp. As a matter of fact, without the press, that’s the breed of swamp creature they belong to, the swamp just wouldn’t be able to get away with all their swampy shenanigans.

So the reporters were desperate to make sure William Barr wouldn’t impede the Mueller-monster’s investigation of the President and everyone associated with him if he were to be confirmed. You see, the attorney general of the United States, would have authority over the Mueller-monster, even to the point of calling an end to the awful investigation. 

Senator Graham told reporters William Barr and the Mueller-monster have been ‘best friends’ for 20 years and that Barr has a ‘high opinion of Mueller.’

I didn’t know that they worked together, that they were that close personally and that they worked together for years,” Graham said.

Lindsey Graham explained that the two are so close that their wives attend the same Bible study and the Mueller-monster attended two of Barr’s daughters’ weddings.

Isn’t that wonderful?!

Folks had warned President Trump not to select William Barr to be the next attorney general because he’s a swamp creature too. And after all, the whole point of this particular President, running for President, was to drain the D.C. swamp.

But how can he do that if the Mueller-monster’s best friend becomes the attorney general of the United States? He can’t! Doesn’t that make those of you that are swamp rats feel warm and fuzzy?

I knew it would.

Join me next time, when I’ll interview …. let’s keep that a secret.

Nothing like a little suspense. Right?

 

 

 

 

 

Democrats Approved Funding for Wall

 

President Trump fumed on Wednesday after walking out of a “waste of time” meeting with Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, after the Democratic leaders refused to approve any type of funding for his wall.

“Just left a meeting with Chuck and Nancy, a total waste of time. I asked what is going to happen in 30 days if I quickly open things up, are you going to approve Border Security which includes a Wall or Steel Barrier? Nancy said, NO. I said bye-bye, nothing else works!” tweeted Trump. 

 

 

 

Leaks Confirmed

 

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is expected to leave his role in the coming weeks, multiple sources familiar with his plans told ABC News.

Rosenstein has communicated to President Donald Trump and White House officials his plan to depart the administration around the time William Barr, Trump’s nominee for attorney general, would take office following a Senate confirmation.