Saturday, September 28, 2019

Congress is Cornering Trump's Enablers on the Road to Impeachment

Good Day World!

Let's pause for a moment, take a deep breath, and thank a mystery whistleblower.

If not for the yet unnamed whistleblower, our democracy was on the verge of total destruction.

The end of a Republic, and the rise of a monarchy would have been accomplished in less than three year's under Trump's corrupt regime.

We now know he planned on rigging the 2020 election and after that? The sky was the limit. Remember some of his jokes about a third term?

America has faced over two centuries of challenges to our system of government, and the Constitution, but nothing like it faces today.

We know that Trump was using taxpayer money to force a country - the Ukraine - to go after his main political rival Joe Biden.

We know that Trump's attempts at exhorting a country that we're supposed to be supporting against our main enemy Russia, is a direct violation of the Constitution.

This last week unveiled a criminal conspiracy in the White House. Trump wasn't acting alone. 

We know AG Barr was involved because of Trump's personal henchman, Rudy Guiliani's assertion that he was working with the state department. And, Barr's name comes up in the phone call that jump-started the impeachment inquiry.

We know VP Pence canceled his visit to the Ukraine as Trump was putting pressure on the Ukraine's leader.

Yesterday, we found out that Trump's and his corrupt cronies - as in high officials in the NRA knew Russians were using their ties to the gun rights group to try and bolster their status with lawmakers, or the winner of the 2016 election.

We also found out that Trump's right wing media diet has become a factor in the impeachment inquiry. 

Congress is not taking a planned break to pursue this urgent threat to our country. Trump has to be stopped before he does any more damage and the House members know that.

News is coming in so fast this daily blog can't keep up. I'm doing the best I can to document this momentous moment in our history.

Time for me to walk on down the road...

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