Monday, May 7, 2018

Democrats Threatened by Special Counsel?


For John, BLUFIs it possible that Mr Trump is playing Mr Mueller, for his own political success?  Nothing to see here; just move along.



Not from indictments, but from popular rejection of the whole process.


From Pajama Media, by Writer Roger L Simon, 6 May 2018.

Here are the first five paragraphs:

It would probably give Robert Mueller a nervous breakdown, not to mention James Comey, Andrew McCabe and the rest of the FBI cabal, past and present, but at this point the special counsel seems to be actually causing the reelection of Donald Trump.  Most of the country, other than the greed heads in the media and extreme Democratic Party operatives, no longer gives a hoot in Hades about the "Russia Probe."  They're frustrated and sick of it.

There's a dawning national consensus of "enough already" reflected by Judge Ellis when he demanded to know exactly what Paul Manafort's possible money laundering schemes of years ago had to do with Trump colluding with Russia in the 2016 election.  The same might be said of Stormy Daniels, whose Russia connection is even more remote.

But let's skip past the subplots of the moment to the greatest of all unintended consequences of this endless investigation -- the decline and fall of the Democratic Party.

Yes, you read that correctly.  Like a crackhead addicted to the next puff, Democrats and their media allies have spent most of the last sixteen months fixated on whether Trump somehow, some way, colluded with Putin.  Meanwhile, a zillion issues slipped by, some important, others less so, but the Democrats barely weighed in on anything, other than to whine about Trump.

What a dumb mistake.  And it was compounded by the assumption that the public agreed with them, which was true for a while, to some extent, but has now worn surpassingly thin.  It didn't help that the tedious late-night talk show hosts and SNL comics fixated on Trump as well, creating a perfect (but utterly useless) storm.

Rush Limbaugh thinks internal Democratic Party polling is showing that talk of impeachment is a loser.  See this OpEd from Sunday.

I am hoping that the new Salena Zito book, to be released tomorrow, will help explain this.

Hat tip to the InstaPundit.

Regards  —  Cliff

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