2020.02.05 Reich on Scampeachment

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Poor little mini-Marx is a mad little munchkin. Not only was he kicked out of the lollipop guild, but the Senate Republicans did their job and acquitted Donald Trump of the non-crimes that the Congress failed to charge him with. So Reich lambasted them by claiming something about 18 million votes, that the other side had fewer votes supporting them that's why they held the majority and that the U.S. no longer qualifies as a democracy. All of those were moronically wrong in a way that only a Democrat could type with an enraged face. A few basic counter-arguments: Trump is polling in the majority, the Senate Republicans couldn't convict based on vague non-crimes (since actual high crimes or misdemeanors weren't mentioned in the indictments), and we are not, nor have ever been, a Democracy... we are a constitutional REPUBLIC. You have to be a civics retard on the short bus (no pun intended) to not laugh at the errors in Reich Rants. So as usual, Mini-Marx comes up short. In this case, short of achieving rationality.


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This impeachment (scampeachment/shampeachment) is where the Democrats and their media impeached Trump because they don't like him or his politics, spun the facts around like a centrifuge, misinformed anyone that listened to them -- and despite their best efforts to Kavanaugh Donald Trump, the lost big time: both with the law, and with voters, and it will go down in history as an embarrassing time for the country. The mainstream medias coverage was 100% biased in favor of the Democrats, but the informed and critical thinkers could see through that. more...

Robert Reich
Robert Reich the 3rd (or the 3rd Reich), seems to be a German with Napoleon Syndrome, and pick the wrong side of every issue. The charm of Rosie O'Donnell, the wit of Nancy Pelosi, and the balance of Michael Moore, if I want a moral compass, I use him for his knack to always point due south. This article details a small fraction of his stupidity and dishonesty.