Just ahead

Well, here we are and it only took the democrats three years to get here. The House vote on impeachment of the President is reportedly going to happen this week, Wednesday. I do not think there is much doubt as to how that vote will go. The late edition of the news rags will have a giant headline, IMPEACHED. The so-called news outlets will be standing by awaiting the results of the vote and then making their gleeful announcement, IMPEACHED. The House members will get plenty of time on the propaganda ministry channels.

That will be just the beginning. Shortly after the news of the President being impeached is announced the leftist mobs will take to the streets. It will be the same mobs who were protesting when candidate Trump became President-elect Trump. It will be the same mobs who were protesting when President-elect Trump became President Trump. Seems to me that their protests became just a bit more than protests, seems as though they then had an affinity for setting things ablaze and breaking stuff, not to mention outright physical attacks. How will they conduct themselves when the news of impeachment is announced? The front men are already arranging transportation for the protestors, supporters of impeachment.

They will have from this coming Wednesday until the verdict from the Senate is announced to do what they do and will do in support of impeachment.

But what happens if the vote to impeach fails in the House? No giant headline, would be a shame if someone tried to get a jump on the competitors and put out an erroneous edition, early. No gleeful pundits, only tearful sobbing pundits. But the “protesters” will still show up, however their anger and hatred of the President will be transferred to the democrat controlled House. Oh, they will still feel the same way about the President, but they will feel betrayed by the democrats in the House. We all saw how they acted over losing an election, as well as how they have acted since, imagine how they would act if the House betrays them by not impeaching the President.

For now I will go with the House voting to impeach as that is what is widely expected, almost assured. Thus the democrats in the House will not face the wrath of the “protesters”. The “protests” will be directed against the President and the Senate.

Will the Senate vote to convict and remove? It is reported highly unlikely, but as I have said I do not trust some republicans in the Senate. They need 67 to convict. How many do they have? Time will tell.

This is one divided country. This impeachment has only deepened that divide. Removing the President could prove to be a rupture that will never heal.

To think this all started because the chosen one did not get elected. The left started down a scorched earth policy since they lost the presidential election in 2016. The way they see it if they cant have it nobody can have it, they would rather destroy it.

Wednesday is pretty much in the bag, now we wait until January and the Senate.

God, help us.

What if? Part 1

Some talking-heads and pundits on the right are spending a lot of time, energy and ink discussing the possibility of a civil war happening in America and what would be the cause or causes. They seem to think there would be two triggering events. One of the reasons would be the impeachment of the president. I suppose by impeachment they mean a guilty finding and removal from office.

The democrats and their allies in the media have been beating the impeachment drum for a considerable length of time. Some have been beating this drum since election night 2016. The democrat leadership would not venture into these waters until public opinion showed support for impeachment. According to the polls the pendulum swung in favor of impeachment. We now have an impeachment inquiry in the House. A word about polls and polling data. I fail to understand why politicians from either party still trust and rely on polls, given that most all polls had the democrat nominee handily winning the 2016 presidential election. Yet they still site poll results.

The democrats in Congress have pretty much painted themselves into a corner over impeachment of the President. Even if they at some point conclude that they have made a poor choice there is no way they can not bring the articles of impeachment and still manage to save face. They have already crossed the Rubicon on this.

At this point most on the right think and indeed believe that there is no way the Senate will vote to remove the President. You will notice that I said most on the right. I personally do not place that much confidence or trust in the republicans in the Senate. More than one of them wanted to be President and some may be harboring a grudge, after all some unkind words were exchanged during the republican primaries and since. Jealousy and revenge have driven many to extremes.

There is also this to note. The democrat leadership in the House did not go forward until the polls had shown that the pendulum had swung in favor of impeachment. Why the wait? Some democrats believe they already have enough evidence to have the vote. The word ironclad came up the other day, the House would not proceed until there was an ironclad case. So I pulled out Webster’s and looked up the word ironclad, having no obvious weakness. I think they now wait for enough republican support in the Senate to remove the President, there may also be one or two democrat hold-outs.

Let’s say the House charges and the Senate convicts. The President is removed. Will this trigger the civil war predicted by the talking-heads and pundits? Think about it. How often and how many times have the republicans in Congress(House and Senate)disappointed the voters? A provision in the Constitution would have been followed. I do not think this would trigger a civil war, however some isolated violence could possibly break out. It would however guarantee one thing, there would never be another republican elected to a national office, which would lead to total democrat control which would lead to a socialist state.

What if the talking-heads and pundits from the first paragraph have it exactly backwards? Would the President not being impeached lead to civil war, started by the left.

Let’s say that the House, for whatever reason, does not introduce and vote on the articles of impeachment. Many if not most on the left fully expect the House to follow through on impeachment. They will at the very minimum be severely ticked off if the democrat controlled House fails them. How will they react?

The House could charge and the Senate could acquit. Again the leftists will be mightily ticked. How will the leftists react?

It was not the right that were rioting, burning and breaking things. From what I have seen the right, with very few exceptions, has been remarkably restrained for years. The left not so much.

At any rate I am glad I am not in a planning and operations section in any government agency. They should be already deep in the planning of a response.