The fun continued today with charges filed against leftie sweethearts Michael Avenatti and Mark Garegos (he of Scott Peterson, Michael Jackson, Colin Kaepernick, and Jussie Smollett fame--picks some winners, doesn't he?), who are already talking about their expectations of due process.
The American left, along with their willing accomplices in the media, tried to overturn the results of a legitimate American election--and fortunately they failed. Now they seem disappointed, if not despondent, that the president didn't break the law and collude with an adversarial government.
As Rand Paul tweeted, perhaps now it's time to investigate the Obama administration officials (Lynch, Clapper, Brennan, Comey) who "concocted and spread the Russian conspiracy hoax". And perhaps the Instapundit was more than prescient with this March 2017 post: “Hypothesis: The spying-on-Trump thing is worse than we even imagine, and once it was clear Hillary had lost and it would inevitably come out, the Trump/Russia collusion talking point was created as a distraction.”
Senator Lindsay Graham lays out the case for going after the liars:
You want collusion with Putin? I got'cher collusion with Putin right here:
Will there be any introspection on the part of the left? If the 2016 election is any indication, they'll pretend to reflect for 10 or 15 seconds and then the fourth estate will go right back to being a 5th column.
Yes, I know we on the right aren't perfect. But we're on a roll right now, and I hope the movers and shakers know how to take advantage of it. To be sure, we need to keep hammering home these points:
Hands up, don't shoot. Trump's a Russian spy. Kavanaugh ran a secret gang rape cartel. Covington kids assaulted a vet. Never forget that these lies--and yes, they were outright lies--were deliberately peddled by all the same people for all the same reasons.Keep hammering. Don't even let them come up for air.
Update, Tuesday 3/26: This week just keeps getting better and better:
The House of Representatives failed to garner enough votes to override President Donald Trump's veto of the resolution crafted to terminate his national emergency declaration to divert military funds and build a wall along the United States border with Mexico.Update, 3/27/19: And it just keeps getting better and better for the president:
The vote finished 248-181, far short of the required two-thirds majority required to overturn a presidential veto.
A federal judge tossed out one of the remaining challenges to President Trump’s travel ban policy on Wednesday, ruling that the government had the power to refuse visas for people under the affected countries.I'm not tired of all the winning yet, are you?
Judge Brian M. Cogan also ruled that while there is such a thing as a right to “familial association,” it only applies to people already legally in the U.S., and cannot be used to demand the country let in relatives who aren’t in the country.