Dems prioritize impeachment,except when golf’s on 

Distraught Democrats, who began discussing the prospect of impeaching President Donald Trump immediately after his inauguration, have made good on their promise, while kicking the Constitution in the shins. Unable to get over their angst that scandal-plagued Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 election, they’ve come up with novel, politically motivated charges in the articles of impeachment they’ve brought against the Republican president: one for abuse of power and a second for obstruction of Congress. The surging economy and record employment numbers are not on their retribution focused minds.

The Dems are moving at breakneck speed, hoping to beat the 2020 election clock while overturning the 2016 vote they despised. The other compelling force is the impending loss of ailing, 86-year-old Supreme Court Associate Justice, former ACLU lawyer Ruth Bader Ginsburg. It would be unthinkable to them if President Trump made a third appointment to the high court, definitively altering the composite for decades to come. These impeachment obsessed leftists take their jobs seriously. Nothing can diminish their dedication…except a good golf game, as Louisiana Democrat U.S. Rep. Cedric Levon Richmond demonstrates. He’s definitely got his priorities in order, and a guy who forges his own path. When he and his bride married, they registered for gifts at Williams Sonoma and Babies R Us.

*H/T Video courtesy of Steve Guest, RNC’s Rapid Response Director

3 Responses to Dems prioritize impeachment,except when golf’s on 

  1. State Committeeman says:

    The presidency of the United States is being manipulated by partisan opponents, and this clown from Louisiana is caught watching a golf tournament!! He’s sure to be a vote against Pres. Trump, though he’s not even paying attention to the buffoonery coming from Nadler, Pelosi and Schiff. That people are elected to congress and paid nearly $180,000 a year (plus perks and benefits) should be inconceivable.

  2. D.B. Cooper says:

    Disappointingly, race is a major factor in far too many elections, winning out over qualifications. Richmond is a former Chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus. He ran out of New Orleans which is predominantly (60%) black. When he ran for Congress, Barack Obama appeared in ad for him, saying he will be there for “the community.”

    • Observer says:

      The words, “the community” never includes everyone. Here in Arizona, it always is used by Hispanic candidates, referring to their own “community.” Whatever happened to representatives representing ALL of the people and not cloyingly sending coded messages to their specific ethnic “communities”?