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Good riddance to bad rubbish.

October 29, 2019

Musings typically doesn’t comment on the MSM trashing President Trump, because well, haters gotta hate. Bitching about that is about as effective as bitching about the weather.

But this crap regarding how Trump spoke about the extermination of Al Baghdadi goes too far even for us.

First of all, this is Donald Trump we are talking about. He talks like this, and considering that he was trying to show the ISIS wannabe’s that their leader maybe wasn’t someone to be looked up to, it makes some sense.

Let us not forget that the now deceased ISIS kingpin took three children with him. Very brave, no?

As for the esteemed Democrats and their references to Trump as the “dear leader” of his conservative base, this thinly veiled attempt to put the President in the same league as North Korea’s Kim Jong Un was not lost on that base.

While we are at it, let’s take a look at the “not-a-resolution” resolution that Nancy Pelosi now says she will allow her members to vote on this coming Thursday.

Republicans participating in the ” impeachment inquiry” have been complaining that they can’t ask questions of the witnesses because Schiff refuses to let witnesses answer them, or just outright shuts the GOP members off.

As we read the eight-page resolution, that is still how it will be if the resolution is approved.

If the remaining witnesses are available for the public to watch we can live with that.

Body language is often as important as the words and we have a right as citizens to observe that.

Musings is still looking for the high crimes and misdemeanors Trump committed on that call, but hell, maybe we can find out what the Democrats are so exercised about during this “inquiry.”

Would it have been better if no one specific person’s name was included in the call? Undoubtedly, in hindsight. But did Ukraine get their money? Yep, so where’s the “quo”?

As it looks right now, Biden may very well not even be the President’s opponent next year, and Trump certainly isn’t the first person to note that the former VP’s son sure wasn’t being paid for his expertise and knowledge of Burisma’s business.

That leaves us wondering just how the President’s references to that rises to a crime or a misdemeanor, whether high or not.

Perhaps Nadler, Schiff, Pelosi and the rest of the gang can clear that up for us, although we are sure not making any bets on that happening.

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