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The Coffee Talk Challenge: The Wailing in the Wilderness

Me, myself and I are having a guffaw over sips of double-shot espresso this morning. So smug! So comfy on my porch.

Last night in the car, after my night shift,  hubby announced, “Trump is impeached.”

“Really? From where did you hear that?”

“It’s all over the news.”

“Hmmm…”

So, I searched every nook and cranny corners of YouTube. We don’t have a TV. I had watched the impeachment debate, skipped a lot of ‘somber and solemn’ boring bits, for they’re all the same– no proof why they are impeaching this evil orange bad man. I also want him removed if he’s done so bad for the country and its people.

I was not convinced. And I was starving from my late-night work.

But for entertainment, as my darling hubby puts it, I stuck with the news while I was eating my medium rare lamb steaks, gravy and veggies.

The vote for impeachment n the House of Congress is a sure-fire comedy show. Skip. Skip. Not that. Skip. Skip.

It caught my eye when the Mad’am woman Speaker’s claws held the overused gavel and pounded its final sound. Followed by suppressed hurrahs when the Mad’am woman signalled to her kids to shut up their shouts of exhilaration from being heard across the land of made-great USA far and wide. That night, Liberals, media and the Democrats have impeached President Trump.

My husband was telling the truth!

This brand new morning today in the The Bee news, it’s a different story. Millions of wailing, moaning and crying out to the sky in horror that these pathetic conservatives were showing and making fun of them and memeing. The cries of woes were wails of TDS worsened by drunkenness, for they had so much hangover from last night’s celebrating over their victory with impeachment– and woke up seeing that evil President tweeting again and campaigning and is still President!

Okay. I’m over my espresso now and am satisfied.

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  1. Edited * Thanks, Indexer, for your input and opinion. I appreciate hearing from you.

    President Trump withdrawing USA from Paris Agreement on his first year of office was one of the wisest decision America’s taxpayers love him for. He has saved $3 billion back to USA’s taxpayers. And for the last three years, Trump has done a pretty good job.

    Trump being ” despicable human being, and has hazy relationship with the truth”‘ according to you and a lot of his his haters suffering from TDS, is something Trump and his supporters are used to hearing. And they have not changed their minds about him at all and are reelecting him for 2020.

  2. Thanks, Indexer, for your input and opinion. I appreciate hearing for you.

    President Trump withdrawing USA from Paris Agreement on his first year on office was one of the wisest decision America’s taxpayers love him for. He helped save $3 billion back to USA. And for the last three years, Trump has done a pretty good job.

    Trump being ” despicable human being, and has hazy relationship with the truth”‘ according to you and a lot of his his haters suffering from TDS, is something Trump and his supporters are used to hearing. And they have not changed their minds about him at all and are reelecting him for 2020.

  3. The people believe he hasn’t “misused his power”. The Democrats’ impeachment bogus began since Day 1 of the President’s Inauguration. But the Dems secret list of conspiracies hadn’t been filled out yet regarding what allegations they could cook up to impeachment him. They did make up for the three years until the ‘somber, solemn, sad day’ in the House vote for impeachment. Nice!

  4. If Trump has misused his office, then he should go. The evidence seems to be pretty clear – he asked the leader of a foreign government, which is in receipt of American aid, to repay that generosity by digging the dirt on a political rival.

    If that is not misuse of office, then what is?

    • You might be right. You might be wrong. The timing doesn’t support the so-called facts. I am not sure many Americans really care at this point. It is such a decisive mess straight down party lines it’s useless.

      Move on and take care of the real issues is what I hear and in my neighborhood that comes from all parties. Sounds logical. They let Hillary live and learn.

      • But Hillary wasn’t the President, and she lost the election.

        I’m sorry if the average American doesn’t care whether their President is fit to do the job or not. That might possibly be because the office of President is actually far less important than most people think. The real work of Government is done elsewhere.

          • Oh golly – let’s hope not! What the world needs is proper leadership when it comes to the climate change emergency, and a President who takes his country out of the Paris agreement is hardly like to provide that.

            Apart from that, he is a despicable human being who has only a hazy relationship with the truth – so why on earth would anyone want him as their President?

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