The House Judiciary Committee is launching a sweeping new probe of President Donald Trump. Trump says he will cooperate with the Committee, which will investigate his White House, his presidential campaign, and his businesses.
The investigation will be tightly focused on possible obstruction of justice, corruption, and abuses of power, as well as Trump’s romantic peccadillos, private smears, inappropriate internet or personal comments, bathing and eating habits, golf etiquette, tipping history, and past treatment of important pollinators such as bees, moths and bats.
The House Committee will also investigate all other aspects/facets of Trump’s personal life and has so far sent document requests to countless numbers of people linked to the president, his associates, his associate’s associates, their families and friends, and everyone else he—or they—has/have ever met.
In addition, no fewer than three House committees are asking the White House and the State Department for any and all information on private conversations between President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, including an interview with an interpreter who sat in on their one-on-one meeting in Helsinki last summer, according to the Associated Press. Because, throughout history, all presidents have wanted the content of their private meetings with foreign leaders known to all.
The requests from the House intelligence (oxymoron alert!), Foreign Affairs and Oversight and Reform committees are for “the substance of Trump and Putin’s conversations in person and by phone and for information on whether those conversations had any impact on U.S. foreign policy,” according to the AP. That is why president’s have those conversations, dumb asses. Presidents and other government types engage in dialogue with their counterparts in other countries specifically to glean information to help tailor their policies towards those nations.
Socialism-besotted Democrats are hoping the thuggishly aggressive, infinitely open-ended investigation will lead to the impeachment of President Trump. House Judiciary Committee Chairman
Mao Jerrold Nadler said the committee has a
responsibility to investigate, and that the document requests are a way to
“begin building the public record.” Begin?
There is no one who has ever lived—let alone held political office—that could withstand the kind of scrutiny to which the Mueller and now House Committee Investigations have subjected President Trump. Mahatma Gandhi would have been found to enjoy a hamburger on occasion. (Much like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’ chief of staff). The Committees would have found erotic writings from Mother Teresa. (Or claimed they had if they hadn’t). They would have decided that Joan of Arc was a witch. (Much like the English did). Or that Dennis Prager is a virulent anti-Semite. (He’s a Jew). Ironically, the House committees are eminently capable of Spanish-Inquisition-style anti-Catholic interrogations, too. The animus behind all the investigations is singular, simple, and sick: Get Trump.
Anyone who dares to deviate from the “progressive” Nanny State views of the elitist, pitchfork-wielding progressive pols and the faceless deep-state droves is in existential danger of being eradicated.
Professionally, personally, literally.
Trump is the leader of the true resistance, which makes him their most dangerous opponent. He is Enemy Number One, and therefore the focus of their frenzied attacks.
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