Latest scheme to derail Pres. Trump has flaky fingerprints

Impeachment plot has a new, out-of-office colluder

The shifty, downcast eyes, crooked nose and the finger thrust pensively lip-ward looked familiar, but it’s been a while since we’ve seen the extraordinarily unpopular one-term Republicrat Sen. Jeff Flake. He was so detested, he had to forego running for reelection due to abysmal 18% approval ratings in his home state.

To call Jeff Flake out for his arrogant disconnect with Arizona voters would be the height of understatement. To compound his spiteful, deceitful nature and his alliance with Barack Obama, he is also a dedicated anti-Trumper, suffering a severe case of Trump Derangement Syndrome.

Now Flake has reemerged with a nefarious impeachment scheme, turning the Constitution on its head, exposed by Cheryl K. Chumley, author and opinion editor for The Washington Times. She begins her vitally important column with these words: “There’s a new impeachment strategy to oust President Donald Trump from office that’s floating about town and it’s one that goes like this: Vote. In. Secret.”

It’s imperative we are armed with this crucial information as we begin 2020. Take time to read,Trump haters floating secret Senate impeachment trial vote are cowardly anti-Americans.”

After you read it, send it on to other patriotic Americans on your list and urge them to do the same. Be a link to exposing this latest plot to remove President Trump, which began in earnest following his inauguration and continues despite his massive list of accomplishments on behalf of the American people.

5 Responses to Latest scheme to derail Pres. Trump has flaky fingerprints

  1. Arizona Conservative Guy says:

    I’ve said it before, but it bears repeating, Jeff Flake was the most appropriately name member of congress. We are well rid of him…and his Mcmentor, neither of whom gave a whit about Republicans or the GOP. We were merely convenient to their goal of winning elections.

  2. D.B. Cooper says:

    The Constitution of the United States gives Americans the right to face their accusers. Flaky Flake wants the senate impeachment vote to be held in secret because he thinks more anti-Trump votes might emerge. There are no secrets, especially in Washington, DC. Any senate Republicans voting to impeach a sitting Republican President will be writing their own political career ender. How many would be willing to follow Jeff Flake into political obscurity? Not even Susan Collins!

  3. Kimball says:

    Jeff Flake is an embarrassment. Even his own relatives in his birthplace of Snowflake AZ, named in part for his great grandfather were tired of his colluding with Democrats. They regarded him as a self absorbed turncoat.
    This report was actually printed in the left-leaning Arizona Republic, which reliably polished up Flake’s tarnished image like an apple.
    https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/politics/arizona/2018/10/22/sen-jeff-flake-criticized-his-snowflake-arizona-hometown/1653713002/

  4. State Delegate says:

    SRAZ,
    Great suggestion to keep this post moving. Cheryl K. Chumley did a masterful job of exposing Jeff Flake. I just sent this link out to 27 others in my address book. There’s no point in sending it to Dims. They will only become further enraged. The ones I know function on CNN induced bile, not facts.

  5. jake sez says:

    The proposed loss of another constitutional right seems to be right on schedule. The more we sit and accept anything is possible rhetoric from the left the more of these attempts to remove our GOD given rights will be placed before us with great relish. The media and the spineless politicians will jump onboard the bandwagon.

    The temptation of joining the glamorous people who want all power with the government, as long as they are in charge, is overwhelming. They forget that if the leftist take over, the weak willed will be removed first. I would be happy to see them gone except that we will be destroyed with them.

    Now is the time we start demanding the qualification of being a “constitutionalist” as a prerequisite for holding office.