Andy Reid on Patrick Mahomes' injury
Republican Southern Grandma: The impeachment process means nothing and is pointless for Republicans. Republicans in the Senate will ignore everything – facts and evidence will mean nothing. Trump has a cult following like Jim Jones and Charles Manson, which will make it very unlikely for Republicans to do the right thing and stand up for the rule of law, our constitution and democracy – they just don’ care. Republicans are more worried about their re-elections, cutting Medicare, and getting their free tax-payer funded socialist health care for themselves and their families, that we pay for, while they try to take our health care away. The Republican Senate has become a cesspool of enablers and obstructionist for Trump. Trump is right - he can’t shoot someone on Fifth Ave, with cameras rolling, and the Republican Senate and Fox News will cover up for him and just give him a pass. And, to make things worse, William Bagdad Barr is probably far more dangerous than Trump to our constitution and democracy. Barr is literally wearing a police uniform as he commits his crimes and obstructs justice, and he has a long history of doing this – Barr will play a pivotal role in the impeachments process for Trump. Back in 1992, the last time Bill Barr was U.S. attorney general, New York Times writer William Safire referred to him as “Coverup-General Barr” because of his role in burying evidence of then-President George H.W. Bush’s involvement in “Iraqgate” and “Iran-Contra.” Remember, John Mitchell, Nixon’s AG, ended up going to jail for everything that Bagdad Barr is doing now - conspiracy, obstruction of justice, and sooner or later perjury. In 1989, President George H. W. Bush appointed Barr to the U.S. Department of Justice as Assistant Attorney General. He wrote a complete advisory opinion justifying the U.S. invasion of Panama and arrest of Manuel Noriega for the DOJ. Barr then declined a congressional request for the full opinion, but instead provided a document that "summarizes the principal conclusions." Congress subpoenaed the opinion, and its public release after Barr's departure from the Justice Department showed he had omitted significant findings in the opinion from his summary document. Barr’s summary to Congress was the opposite of his own complete advisory opinion, which is exactly what he did with the Muller Report.