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DELUSIONAL: Pelosi Compares Impeachment Coup Against President Trump to American Revolution

She has lost her marbles.

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) continues her descent into madness, and has actually compared her party’s coup attempt against President Trump to the patriots that waged the American Revolution.

“And as you’ve heard me say over and over again, the dark days of the revolution Thomas Paine said, ‘The times have found us.’ We think the times have found us now,” Pelosi said, making her belabored comparison.

“We do place ourselves in a time of urgency on the threat to the Constitution, a system of checks and balances, uhh, that is, uhh, being made,” she continued.

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Pelosi finished by stating her love of the U.S. Constitution, a document she has worked throughout her entire life as a career politician in Washington D.C. to undermine.

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“They fought for our independence. They declared independence. They fought and won. They established a democracy. Thank God they made the Constitution amendable so we could always ever be expanding freedom,” Pelosi said.

Pelosi’s incoherent rant can be seen here:

She announced her impeachment inquiry against President Trump last week based on an anonymous whistle-blower’s complaint that she hadn’t seen. It turns out the whistle-blower had no first hand knowledge of President Trump’s conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky when they made the complaint.

Federal rules were conveniently changed shortly before the whistle-blower made the complaint:

Federal records indicate that the deep state changed their rules and regulations regarding whistle-blowers shortly before the complaint against Trump went public, quietly removing the requirement last month for whistle-blowers to have first hand knowledge of a situation before filing a complaint.

The new rules allow whistle-blowers to file complaints if they have only “heard about [wrongdoing] from others” and have no direct knowledge about the situation. This change has allowed President Trump to be targeted with an impeachment inquiry based on a complaint filed by a whistle-blower believed to be a CIA agent.

The whistle-blower is represented by a lawyer who used to work for Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton when she served in the Senate.

Former CIA official Andrew Bakaj, who once worked at Hillary Clinton’s office while she was a Senator, is representing the whistle-blower who filed a complaint against President Donald Trump’s dealings with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky…

He started his career working under influential former Democratic lawmakers. Bakaj served as an intern for the late former Sen. Daniel Moynihan (D-NY), then as an intern under Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY), and then he worked under Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY).

Curiously, Bakaj also interned at the US Embassy in the Ukraine, showing that he has ties to the country that is under the microscope right now for President Trump’s reported communication with their leader about Joe Biden’s dealings.

The efforts of Pelosi and other Democrats more closely resemble the redcoat tyrants attempting to stifle the American Revolution than anything else.

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Chuck Schumer Calls For Blocking SCOTUS Vacancy “Until We Have a New President”

This is actually unprecedented.

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Just hours after the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is saying that the vacancy left behind shouldn’t be filled by President Trump- be it in his second term as President or otherwise.

Trump wouldn’t be a “new President” if he were to secure a second term in office in the November election, making it seem as if Schumer would work to obstruct the confirmation of his potential SCOTUS pick no matter what.

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Schumer also sent his tweet refusing to work on the confirmation of a new justice before he even formally mourned Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s death. The tweet on the vacancy was sent eight minutes before he memorialized the judicial progressive, who died Friday afternoon of complications from cancer.

Trying to block a Supreme Court confirmation process on the basis of the President making the selection is truly unprecedented, as opposed to delaying a pick on the basis of a pending presidential election. Republicans may try to confirm a new Supreme Court justice before the November election, if Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell can convince liberal-leaning Republicans such as Mitt Romney and Susan Collins to get on board.

Schumer is hoping for a Joe Biden victory and replacing RBG with another progressive. If he were to try to permanently block new SCOTUS picks throughout the duration of Trump’s potential second term in office, he will likely face considerable push-back for unprecedented greed for power.

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