Democrats’ Impeachment Hoax: ‘Fight’ Is Now Banned Political Rhetoric … For Some

By: Jeffrey Winograd

Read President Donald Trump’s speech delivered at the “Save America” rally on January 6 and try to find any instance of the constitutional requirement of the commission of “Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors” in order to impeach a sitting president.

You won’t find any.

But the House of Representatives impeachment resolution, H. Res. 24, claims there were such impeachable offenses, citing Trump’s following utterances during his 74-minute barn burner speech:

“We won this election, and we won it by a landslide.”

“If you don’t fight like hell, you’re not going to have a country anymore.”

In addition, the impeachment resolution, which was crafted by Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI), a political hack from that shining city of dishonest politicians called Providence, included the following patently false and misleading assertions:

Insinuating Trump “engaged in insurrection or rebellion” against the U.S.

Claiming Trump was “inciting violence against” the U.S. government.

Calling Trump’s speech a continuation of “his prior efforts to subvert and obstruct the certification” of election results.

Accusing Trump of “threaten[ing] the integrity of the democratic system.”

Belittling Trump for “repeatedly issu[ing] false statements asserting that the Presidential election results were the product of widespread fraud….”

Trump’s Warmup

Four minutes into his January 6 remarks, Trump stated that “our election victory [was] stolen by emboldened radical left Democrats… We will never concede, it doesn’t happen. You don’t concede when there’s theft involved.”

Take careful notice of what he said next and compare it to the glaring omission in Cicilline’s impeachment resolution: “Today I will lay out just some of the evidence proving that we won this election, and we won it by a landslide.”

Trump went on to say that he garnered 75 million votes, 12 million more votes than he won in 2016. “By the way, does anybody believe that Joe had 80 million votes? Does anybody believe that?”

The president then let loose a backhanded slap to the face of the so-called “cancel culture” which has been targeting venerated D.C. monuments honoring George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln.

At about the 11-minute mark, Trump declared: “We’re gathered together in the heart of our nation’s capital for one very, very basic and simple reason, to save our democracy.”

He then elaborated on “weak Republicans,” meaning those who legislate on Capitol Hill. “Unbelievable, what we have to go through … and you have to get your people to fight. If they don’t fight, we have to primary the hell our of the ones that don’t fight. You primary them. We’re going to let you know who they are.” Clearly, this was about domestic political party politics.

Near the 18-minute point in his speech, the president said: “We’re going to walk down to the Capitol, and we’re going to cheer on our brave senators, and congressmen and women.”

Trump quickly followed-up this remark, by stating loud and clear:

“I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard.”

The president then ticked-off some of the key accomplishments of his administration:

  • The pre-COVID-19 economy
  • A rebuilt military
  • Slashing of regulations
  • Veterans Administration Accountability Act
  • Creation of U.S. Space Force
  • Troop withdrawals from Afghanistan and Iraq

The subject of voter fraud was Trump’s next theme.

Democratic Big Lie

If the Democrats continuously repeat an unsubstantiated and easy-to-debunk claim about no election fraud and the major news media fail to professionally investigate credible accusations and report the unbiased results, the party now led by the likes of Biden, Schumer and Pelosi can, without shame, publish the following statement in the impeachment resolution:

“In the months proceeding the Joint Session, President Trump repeatedly issued false statements asserting that the Presidential election results were the product of widespread fraud and should not be accepted by the American people or certified by State or Federal officials.”

Trump’s Fraud Allegations

Trump then spent 30 minutes to debunk Democratic claims that there was no election fraud by citing a laundry list of allegations that have yet to be disproved by Democrats.

  • Changes to federal election law by judges and officials (Pennsylvania)
  • Lack of signature verification (PA)
  • Names and birth dates of voters’ matching those of individuals who died prior to the election. (PA)
  • Out-of-state voters (PA)
  • Ballots recorded as received on date prior to the date they were recorded as mailed by election officials (PA)
  • Illegal ballot harvesting among nursing home residents (PA)
  • Illegal ballot drop-boxes (Wisconsin)
  • Absentee ballots counted without a valid absentee ballot application (WI)
  • Unsecured ballots placed in duffel bags on park benches for delivery (WI)
  • Postal workers instructed to illegally backdate ballots (WI)
  • No signature verification (Georgia)
  • Record low absentee ballot rejection (GA)
  • No post-election signature audit (GA)
  • Possible votes with use of identification of convicted felons (GA)
  • No voter identification or proof of citizenship (GA)
  • Ballots by individuals who do not appear on voter rolls (GA)
  • Ballots by individuals registered to vote using address listed as vacant (GA)
  • Ballots cast by individuals whose registrations were illegally backdated (GA)
  • Underage voters (GA)
  • Votes by individuals who moved out-of-state before November 3 (GA)
  • Ballots cast by non-citizens (Arizona)
  • Ballots returned prior to recorded date they were mailed (AZ)
  • Registration after deadline (AZ)
  • Ballots returned with no address (AZ)
  • Accuracy settings lowered on signature verification machines (Nevada)
  • Double votes (NV)
  • Ballots cast in names of deceased voters (NV)
  • Votes cast by individuals without address (NV)
  • Unsolicited mail-in ballots sent to every individual on election rolls (Michigan)
  • Ballots cast by deceased voters (MI)
  • Ballots cast by unregistered voters (MI)
  • Rescanned batches of ballots (MI)
  • Detroit turnout was 139% of registered voters (MI)
  • Backdating receipt of ballots (MI)
  • Ballots arriving without required envelopes (MI)
  • Gigantic one-sided vote drops with 94% of 147,000 votes going to Biden (MI)
  • Manipulation of Dominion voting machines (MI)

Democrats Sow GOP Discord

Trump went for the jugular at several points in his speech, telling it like it really is.

First, he called out “weak Republicans, pathetic Republicans” who have turned a blind eye while “for years, Democrats have gotten away with election fraud.”  

Second, Trump included Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) in the cadre of weak and ungrateful Republican legislators. “If this happened to the Democrats, there’d be hell all over the country going on,” he said.   

Third, the president aptly criticized the media for what it has become. Not free, Not fair. “It suppresses thought, it suppresses speech, and it’s become the enemy of the people,” he said. “Republicans, who want to be so nice, are constantly fighting like a boxer with his hands tied behind his back,” he added.

Fourth, he praised 13 senators who were in the forefront of the Electoral College vote certification battle. However, citing McConnell’s stubborn opposition to $2,000 economic impact payments to the people, he warned the senators: “You better start looking at your leadership because the leadership has led you down the tubes.”

Fifth, he pointed out that despite appointing three Supreme Court justices, the reality is not how it has been portrayed in many quarters. “They rule against me so much. You know why? The story is that they’re my puppets. And now the only way they can get out of that, because they hate that, it’s not good on the social circuit. So, let’s rule against Trump, and they do that.”

Sixth, he lamented that the media and Democrats were unrelenting in describing former Attorney General William Barr as the president’s personal attorney willing to do anything for him. “I like Bill Barr, but he changed because he didn’t want to be considered my personal attorney.”

It is clear that Trump has evolved into a very astute participant in the political process while putting to shame more than a few Republican professional politicians on Capitol Hill.  

Some Final Observations

The Democrats, the media, Big Tech and the Deep State all fear Donald Trump and the political movement that coalesced behind him.

That fear is so deep-rooted that impeachment, trial and removal from office is not enough, and is heralded by the final phrase in the impeachment resolution:

“and disqualification to hold and enjoy any office of honor, trust, or profit under the United States.”

Furthermore, Rep. Cicilline was seemingly out of control as he penned the impeachment resolution and couldn’t resist his impulse to distort the president’s remarks which were mentioned at the top of this article.

At the tail end of his speech, Trump was talking about his earliest reactions to the apparent election fraud which was revealed on November 4. Here is the full passage from the president’s speech:

“And again, most people would stand there at 9:00 in the evening and say, ‘I want to thank you very much’ and they go to some other life, but I said, ‘Something’s wrong here. Something’s really wrong. Can’t have happened.’ And we fight. We fight like hell and if you don’t fight like hell, you’re not going to have a country anymore.”

There is also the matter of the reputation of the Supreme Court which refused to step into the fray and whici mystifies most Americans who are not anointed with a legal degree.

When the State of Texas, supported by 17 other states, sought to file a bill of complaint challenging the conduct of election officials in various battleground states, it was rebuffed by seven justices with this decision published on its docket: 

“The State of Texas’s motion for leave to file a bill of complaint is denied for lack of standing under Article III of the Constitution. Texas has not demonstrated a judicially cognizable interest in the manner in which another State conducts its elections.

In addition, should there actually be an impeachment trial of a president who is no longer the president, it could easily backfire on Democrats.

Such a trial can prove to be the mechanism to bring before the court of public opinion all of the allegations of election fraud, testimony of witnesses and related evidence.   

Meanwhile, on January 13, President Trump issued this statement:

“In light of reports of more demonstrations, I urge that there must be NO violence, NO lawbreaking and NO vandalism of any kind. That is not what I stand for, and it is not what America stands for. I call on ALL Americans to help ease tensions and calm tempers. Thank You.”



Democrats Are Strangling The Constitution

By: Jeffrey Winograd

Events over that past month or so have cast a dark shadow over American democracy and history will eventually place the blame squarely on the Democrats, albeit with help from some Republicans.

What took place on Capitol Hill on January 6 was a totally transparent view of American citizens clearly exercising their lawful rights under the First Amendment to the Constitution which states:

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.”

Those happenings are clearly separate and distinct from what occurred inside the Capitol.

It was the unfortunate invasion of the Capitol itself, which with just a modicum of proper security measures would never have happened, that has been distorted beyond recognition to suit what is likely to play out as an un-American, unprecedented and naked political stranglehold.

Here are some occurrences that cannot be distorted to fit a Democratic narrative and have the potential to topple the constitutional order carefully crafted by our Founding Fathers.

Override of Trump Veto

In his veto message to the House of Representatives for H.R. 6395, the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021, President Trump cited the failure of Congress to either repeal or “even make any meaningful changes” to Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.

While stressing the national security aspects of Section 230, Trump certainly had another issue in mind.

As generally understood, with this provision intact, Big Tech – Twitter, Facebook, Google and Apple – can exercise unfettered power to censor and even ban the use of their services without any legal consequences.

Events over the past 72 hours make clear the implications to the First Amendment rights of free speech and a free press.

Twitter and Facebook ban the president of the United States! Amazon is about to deny its computer services to Parler, which is a growing alternative to Twitter now favored by conservatives! Apple and Google has suddenly denied access to the Parler app which was still available to this reporter on the afternoon of January 10! (Here is an informative article).

Both the House of Representatives and the Senate voted to override the presidential veto, an act which required bipartisan support of at least two-thirds of both bodies.

Pelosi Plays Nuclear Football

On January 7, the octogenarian Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), speaker of the House of Representatives, expressed her outrage over the invasion of the “temple of our democracy.”

In a written message to fellow House Democrats, Pelosi, Washington’s top unpaid lobbyist for the plastic surgery industry, called on Vice President Pence “to remove the President by immediately invoking the 25th Amendment” to the Constitution.

Pelosi also threatened impeachment of President Trump which “is the overwhelming sentiment of my caucus, and the American people, by the way.”

She went on to accuse Trump of “inciting sedition” and “incitement of insurrection.”

Yes, this is the same Pelosi who, behind the president’s back and in full view of a prime-time national television audience, tore up Trump’s State of the Union message.

Her finale was this:

“Preventing an Unhinged President From Using the Nuclear Codes: This morning, I spoke to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley to discuss available precautions for preventing an unstable president from initiating military hostilities or accessing the launch codes and ordering a nuclear strike. The situation of this unhinged President could not be more dangerous, and we must do everything that we can to protect the American people from his unbalanced assault on our country and our democracy.”

Perhaps Pelosi should remember the principle of civilian control over the military and the words of Article II, Section 2, of the Constitution:

“The President shall be Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States.”

Latest Version of Book Burning

“Simon & Schuster has canceled its planned June publication of ‘The Tyranny of Big Tech’ by Sen. Josh Hawley, one of the main drivers in the Republican effort to challenge the Electoral College results that led to the attack on the Capitol on Wednesday,” Publishers Weekly reported on June 8.

Simon & Schuster said it took the action “after witnessing the disturbing, deadly insurrection that took place in Washington, D.C.”

The company added that it had to balance its responsibility as a major publisher to offer a platform for a variety of opinions against its “public responsibility as citizens.”

Translation – Hawley (R-MO) should be silenced because he chose to exercise his constitutional responsibility as a senator pursuant to Article II, Section 1, of the Constitution.

No shrinking violet, Hawley responded via Twitter:

“This could not be more Orwellian. Simon & Shuster is cancelling my contract because I was representing my constituents, leading a debate on the Senate floor on voter integrity, which they have now decided to redefine as sedition. Let me be clear, this is not just a contract dispute. It’s a direct assault on the First Amendment. Only approved speech can now be published. This is the Left looking to cancel everyone they don’t approve of. I will fight this cancel culture with everything I have. We’ll see you in court.”

Privatizing Elections

It is widely acknowledged that private funding flowed into public election agencies

Is this actually possible or even legal?

Well, if you are head honcho of Facebook, namely Mark Zuckerberg, you can apparently get away with it.

Zuckerberg and his wife, jointly, contributed some $400 million to election agencies.

And now, Facebook cancels or bans those who question the integrity of the 2020 presidential elections.

Creating A New State

Since Election Day, Democrats have been licking their lips but otherwise keeping close-mouthed about negating a provision in Article I, Section 8, of the Constitution in order to expand the Electoral College and gain three more votes.

This provision states that Congress shall have the power:

“To exercise exclusive Legislation in all Cases whatsoever, over such District (not exceeding ten Miles square) as may, by Cession of particular States, and the Acceptance of Congress, become the Seat of the Government of the United States ….”

In other words, transform the District of Columbia into a new state, with two senators and one representative.

Who will stand in their way?

Utter Silence From Democrats

During a recent interview, Joe Biden had a chance to steer the ship of state back to a constitutional course but chose, in his own inimitable style, to compare Senator Hawley and Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) to the likes of Nazi propaganda guru Joseph Goebbels.

If Hawley and Cruz keep preaching the “big lie” often enough, people will begin to believe them, Biden said.

Just as Goebbels convinced even the American press that 25,00 or 250,000 German civilians died during the World War II allied firebombing of Dresden in 1945, the senators want to keep promoting the big lie of election fraud, he added.

Biden, the soon-to-be leader of the free world, suggested the real number was 250 or 2,500 fatalities but he likely lowballed that figure by at least 15,000.

And, throughout this entire period, not one Democratic senator or congressman publicly acknowledged that there were any possible election-tilting illegalities or irregularities in such states as Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

As they say, you can’t make it up!



Democratic False Flag Operation Unfurled

By: Jeffrey Winograd

Democrats and the Democratic Party apparatus have appropriated the playbook of espionage tactics to cement their theft of the presidency of the United States.

To compound the electoral catastrophe, the news media and Deep State operatives have joined in the back-stabbing of American democracy.

These joint forces have been waging a nonstop campaign blaming Soviet-style apparatchiks for any irregularities and illegalities in the 2020 presidential election results while casting a blind eye toward the mountain of facts that show Americans are doing this to other Americans.  

Only fools – one might say ignorant adherents of Democratic party – buy into the blame-the-Russkis ploy.

An Actual Conspiracy

The commonly accepted meaning of a false flag operation is an act committed with the intent of disguising the actual source of responsibility and pinning blame on a second party.

In the current woke climate, the mere suggestion by supporters of Donald Trump of a domestic election conspiracy is mocked as a fabrication of the far-right.

However, a close examination of the allegations regarding widespread election fraud should not be dismissed in the same cavalier manner as a host of courts, from the county level all the way up to the U.S. Supreme Court, have chosen to do.

Court of Last Resort

In normal federal jurisprudence, the “court of last resort” in the United States would be the Supreme Court – the court of final appeal in the federal scheme.

At the state level, the court of last resort would be the highest court whatever its name may be.

To date, the highest courts in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and other jurisdictions where election results are in dispute have side-stepped the factual issues involved.

Those courts have all too often relied on the tried-and-true opinion that the complaining parties lack standing to bring the lawsuit.

The Supreme Court recently took the same stance in the lawsuit brought before it by 18 state attorneys general.

And almost lost in memory is the failure of the Supremes to haul into its chamber the Pennsylvania secretary of state who blatantly ignored orders issued by Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito to separate mail-in ballots during the vote tabulations.

Standard of Duty

The term duty has a specific legal meaning:

“An obligation imposed by law to conduct oneself in conformance with a certain standard or to act in a particular way.”

With this in mind, it would seem that local and state election officials have a legal duty to ensure the entire election process within their respective jurisdictions is conducted in a scrupulously honest and transparent manner.

At this point, the Constitution must come into play or else it becomes an emasculated document:

“Article I, Section 4 – The Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections for Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof….”

What this means is that a state legislature, not elected officials or bureaucrats at any level, makes the rules that must be followed.

In a number of key battleground states – such as Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Georgia and Michigan – the rules were changed without legislative approval.

Remember, the Supreme Court had a pre-Election Day opportunity to address such an issue in Pennsylvania but chose to punt.

Blame The Russians Again

As Hillary Clinton, the Democrats, the news media and the Intelligence Community did in the months leading up to Election Day in 2016, stories began to appear casting a dark shadow over the efforts of Russia to tip the 2020 election to Donald Trump.

According to an Oct. 26, 2020, article on the CNN website by Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT), who sits on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, among the newest Russian methods of election interference was:

“using high-ranking Republican senators and Trump associates like Rudy Giuliani to push Kremlin-created storylines.”

There are numerous such articles but here is the kicker, in an article published in The New York Times on Oct. 22, 2020, without naming any sources:

“American officials expect that if the presidential race is not called on election night, Russian groups could use their knowledge of local computer systems to deface websites, release nonpublic information or take similar steps that could sow chaos and doubts about the integrity of the results, according to American officials briefed on the intelligence.”

A New Day of Infamy – January 6, 2021

The time of reckoning is now upon the American people.

As each state’s electors gather on Capitol Hill for a joint session of Congress, there will be a sufficient number of representatives and senators, but unfortunately only Republicans, to object to electors from several states and force a debate in their respective chambers.

Will this tip the scales in favor of Donald Trump? Unlikely.

What it will do is place before the American public, perhaps on television and newspaper websites, but most importantly in the Congressional Record which lives on in perpetuity, a complete record of the illegalities, irregularities and dark money that frustrated the will of a majority of eligible legal American voters.

Wake up Americans, Democrats and spineless Republicans are waving a false flag and are willing to inflict far greater damage to our country than the Japanese did at Pearl Harbor, which FDR called “a day of infamy.”

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