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Dems Love Trump Trials, Mayorkas’ Trials Not So Much

The Democrats, especially Joe Biden, have learned to use the courts and trials to their advantage. They set the Justice Department loose because Donald Trump would return to run against Biden to regain his Presidency. The word in the White House last week was “Don’t.” For the previous year, the Dems favorite word was “Indict,” and indict they did, to the tune of 91 indictments filed against Former President Donald Trump. They did this for three reasons:

  1. They knew the media would cover every indictment and trial, and that would poison the people on Donald Trump.
  2. Make Trump spend on legal proceedings stealing it from the campaign.
  3. Tie him up in court for the stretch run when he should be on the trail for votes.

This three-pronged attack failed on every front. Every indictment meant a plus in Trump’s approval. Trump is setting records raising money and will have enough for both battles. Trump has the energy to be in a New York court during the day and hold a rally in Texas at night. Joe Biden dreams of energy, and Donald Trump exudes it.

The House has impeached Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas. Not because he is incompetent but because he is doing precisely as Joe directs him to keep the border wide open. He is impeached for his treasonous activities that have led to 10 million illegal migrants entering the country under his watch. The House has delayed delivering the Articles of Impeachment to Chuck Schumer and the Senate because Schumer has leaked that he will table the articles rather than convene a trial per the Constitution. For Schumer to table would be unprecedented and in defiance of the Constitution. It would be as disastrous for the Senate as Harry Reid blowing up the 60 vote majority.

The Senate has always been referred to as the upper chamber because it is supposed to be the more stately of the two wings. Senators tend to be more seasoned politicians, and some rules and traditions force the Senate to debate, negotiate, and compromise to get bills passed. That is how it used to be, but like everything else in this new world order, things are not as they used to be or as good. If Schumer does as he promises, it will be another notch downward for the Senate. We should not be surprised that someone like Schumer would do this, especially this New York Jew who had a brain freeze this week and turned on Israel and Benjamin Netanyahu by calling for new elections.

Being in the minority, I do not know if the Republicans have any procedural tricks they can pull to force the issue and the trial. Still, if Schumer is successful in protecting Mayorkas, impeachment will become a lame act if the impeached is of the same party as the majority. Conventional thinking has Trump back in the White House and the Republicans taking the Senate but losing the House. Should that come to fruition, you can bet the house, your house, that Trump will be impeached before the summer of 2025. If Schumer blows up impeachment like the supermajority, a Trump impeachment will become a placement in the Senate cafeteria.

The Democrats, especially Joe Biden, have learned to use the courts and trials to their advantage. They set the Justice Department loose because Donald Trump would return to run against Biden to regain his Presidency. The word in the White House last week was “Don’t.” For the previous year, the Dems favorite word was “Indict,” and indict they did, to the tune of 91 indictments filed against Former President Donald Trump. They did this for three reasons:

  1. They knew the media would cover every indictment and trial, and that would poison the people on Donald Trump.
  2. Make Trump spend on legal proceedings stealing it from the campaign.
  3. Tie him up in court for the stretch run when he should be on the trail for votes.

This three-pronged attack failed on every front. Every indictment meant a plus in Trump’s approval. Trump is setting records raising money and will have enough for both battles. Trump has the energy to be in a New York court during the day and hold a rally in Texas at night. Joe Biden dreams of energy, and Donald Trump exudes it.

The House has impeached Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas. Not because he is incompetent but because he is doing precisely as Joe directs him to keep the border wide open. He is impeached for his treasonous activities that have led to 10 million illegal migrants entering the country under his watch. The House has delayed delivering the Articles of Impeachment to Chuck Schumer and the Senate because Schumer has leaked that he will table the articles rather than convene a trial per the Constitution. For Schumer to table would be unprecedented and in defiance of the Constitution. It would be as disastrous for the Senate as Harry Reid blowing up the 60 vote majority.

The Senate has always been referred to as the upper chamber because it is supposed to be the more stately of the two wings. Senators tend to be more seasoned politicians, and some rules and traditions force the Senate to debate, negotiate, and compromise to get bills passed. That is how it used to be, but like everything else in this new world order, things are not as they used to be or as good. If Schumer does as he promises, it will be another notch downward for the Senate. We should not be surprised that someone like Schumer would do this, especially this New York Jew who had a brain freeze this week and turned on Israel and Benjamin Netanyahu by calling for new elections.

Being in the minority, I do not know if the Republicans have any procedural tricks they can pull to force the issue and the trial. Still, if Schumer is successful in protecting Mayorkas, impeachment will become a lame act if the impeached is of the same party as the majority. Conventional thinking has Trump back in the White House and the Republicans taking the Senate but losing the House. Should that come to fruition, you can bet the house, your house, that Trump will be impeached before the summer of 2025. If Schumer blows up impeachment like the supermajority, a Trump impeachment will become a placement in the Senate cafeteria.

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Ray Cardello

As a lifelong Conservative and resident of New Hampshire, Ray Cardello is positioned to speak with common sense about the happenings of the nation and the region. Conservative View from New Hampshire is Ray’s second blog and podcast effort in 20 years. He has published over 1,000 articles since January 2021, is syndicated on 15 websites, and is published on over 65 sites. Ray is passionate about his writing and sees the Internet as the only way for Conservatives to compete with the mainstream media. Ray claims there will be much to discuss as we move forward and his blog will not focus strictly on Washington but will also delve into State and Local issues as well. There is so much going on and so little factual sources of information to rely on.

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