It’s a cool and windy day–something about the wind makes me tired–and having scanned the daily nooze for some hours, I find myself with a bad case of the blahs.
It seems to be the same nooze every day: the virus is king, our economy is all but wrecked, Democrats and all their little toadies in the media are running wild, and it sure looks like the bad guys everywhere are all going to get away with what they’ve done (I was afraid of that). So they tried to overturn a presidential election–big deal. Not that the rest of the world is any better off. And listening to my cats snore is not exactly invigorating.
With all the globalists and liberals and noozies running interference for the Chinese Communist Party, it seems most unlikely, maybe even impossible, that any of these malefactors will ever be brought to justice. We might settle for some justice, but “no justice”–that’s hard to bear. And forget about getting any straight answers to our many questions about the Wuhan virus. We’re all gonna die! No, it’s just a hoax! And every conceivable position between those polar opposites. How do you decide which one to believe?
Maybe a shampoo will perk me up. And after that, some prayer.
Mueller and his happy band of Clinton donors, the, er, “special counsel” and his team, are investigating anything and everything pertaining to the president. And if President Trump tries to cut short this fishing expedition, “El Kuds” Brennan said, it would “oblige some executive branch officials to refuse to carry that out.”
The president has absolutely lawful authority to terminate Mueller’s activity whenever he sees fit.
We call Brennan “El Kuds” because that’s the Arab name for Jerusalem and Brennan, an enthusiastic supporter of all things Muslim, calls Jerusalem “El Kuds.” He has never either confirmed or denied reports that he converted to Islam while on duty in Saudi Arabia. Why he’s so coy about it, you’d have to ask him.
But he’s not coy about suggesting that the rule of law be overturned here in America, and that a special counsel appointed by the president to investigate a specific thing–in this case, all that blather about the Russians cooking the 2016 election to rob poor Hillary of the White House–be free to do anything he pleases for as long as he pleases, with no possibility of reining him in. Yep–these nameless, faceless lifers in government agencies you never even heard of, they should really run the show: and if the people elect a president they’re not happy with, they ought to bring him down. That’s what “El Kuds” Brennan is proposing.
We don’t need no stinkin’ Constitution! After all, his friends the Saudis don’t have one, and their country, to hear him tell it, is a paradise.