It’s No Hoax…Here Are More Jokes…Part Two…

It’s no Hoax…Here Are More Jokes…

Here we are again…with Part Two… Let’s begin with John Thune, Senator from South Dakota…His statement below will open the flood gates of “untouchability” to the American people… Yes, all people of America will inherit the privilege of being above the law, once Trump is acquitted by the Pachyderm Party…

Borrowing the last sentences of John Thune’s statement in the Clinton impeachment trial, and making the necessary changes deeming them applicable to the Trump impeachment, we all will hold these truths to be self-evident:

President Trump has committed federal crimes, and there must be a reckoning, or no American shall ever again be prosecuted for those same crimes.”

Here is the entire statement, and it is also the last statement on the page taking a close look at the double standards of these 14 senators who sat high on their pachyderm hunches while stating and quoting passages during the impeachment trial of President Clinton, from the Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution, while stressing the sanctity and importance of our judicial system and the rule of law, then…

“Our declaration of independence says it best. ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.’ In America there is no emperor, and there is no Praetorian guard. There is one standard of justice that applies equally to all, and to say or do otherwise will undermine the most sacred of all American ideals.

President Clinton has committed federal crimes, and there must be a reckoning, or no American shall ever again be prosecuted for those same crimes.”

One must wonder if their patriotic stance came to the forefront because Clinton was a Democratic president… Trump’s offenses are no contest in being high crimes and misdemeanors, yet, the Pachyderms have closed ranks and are vehement in their protection of the bull pachyderm in the room. Deeming Trump and their Party above any laws or procedures…

All of these senators are still senators in the Senate today, and have given full justification of the urgent need and enforcement of term limits in all branches of government.   The Senate should be limited to two (2) terms.  Our nation is suffering a breakdown of democratic process due to the lack of this crucially needed balance of power.  On with the jokes….

Chuck Grassley, Iowa

It is clear to me that the president committed serious crimes when he coached his secretary, Betty Currie, and when he misled his aides Sidney Blumenthal and John Podesta … These actions weren’t just outrageous and morally wrong. They were also illegal. They were a direct assault on the integrity of the judicial process.

  • Statement, 12 February 1999

Pat Roberts, Kansas

We in Kansas know that you don’t call witnesses in the middle of the night unless you want to sway them. The president did so. We in Kansas know that you don’t urge hiding legal evidence under the bed unless you want to affect the outcome of a legal proceeding. The president did so.

Do these actions rise to the level envisioned by our founding fathers in the constitution as ‘high crimes and misdemeanors’ so warranting removal from office? Our constitution requires that the threshold for that judgment must be set by each senator sitting as a juror.

I believe an open-minded individual applying Kansas common sense would reach the conclusion that I reached.

  • Statement, 12 February 1999

Mike Crapo, Idaho

While most of the national attention has focused on the tawdriness of this matter, this intense fixation on sensationalism diverts attention from the true issues – the true issues related to abuse of the power of the presidency, perjury, obstruction of justice and witness tampering.

  • Statement, 20 December 1998

Tampering with the truth-seeking functions of the law undermines our justice system and the foundations on which our freedoms lie. All Americans must abide by the rule of law, including the president of the United States, who is the highest official in the land and who has the additional duty to ensure that the laws are faithfully executed.

  • Opinion article in the Idaho Falls Post Register, 21 February 1999

Mike Enzi, Wyoming

The president’s lawyers have argued that the president made these statements to refresh his recollection or to find out what Ms Currie knew in the event of a press avalanche. Neither of these explanations is plausible. It is impossible to refresh one’s recollection with false, leading questions. It is also impossible to find out what someone else knew if you tell them what they are supposed to believe.

The plausibility of either of these explanations is entirely discounted when you consider that the president called Betty Currie in a second time, on January 20, to ‘remind’ her of these statements.

The most likely explanation for these statements is far more sinister. That the president was intending to influence the testimony of a likely witness in a federal civil rights proceeding. President Clinton was in fact, trying to get Betty Currie to join him in his web of deception and obstruction of justice.

  • Statement entered into Senate record, 22 February 1999

Hey Mike, you mean like Trump got you and your Pachyderm Party to join him in his web of deception and obstruction of justice, by creating more lies and misdirection to the American people, while selling our country down the river of shame, and robbing us of all of health benefits, while cutting beneficial programs to the working class and poor? Social Security…Medicare… which we worked hard to achieve? Your loyalties are far more sinister…because they’re not to the United States of America…Oh, wait! You’ve driven a wedge of division between the country…your loyalties are self and Pachyderm serving….

James Inhofe, Oklahoma

Isn’t it true that [the federal law on witness tampering] criminalizes anyone who corruptly persuades or engages in misleading conduct with the intent to influence the testimony of any person in an official proceeding?

  • Question co-signed by Inhofe submitted in impeachment proceedings, 23 January 1999

Jimmy, you mean like your boss, Trump? Hmmm…there’s something gangster in all of this…

Richard Shelby, Alabama

Shelby said Clinton’s January 1998 meeting with Ms Currie, after returning from his own testimony in the Jones lawsuit, was a key factor in his decision to vote for conviction on the obstruction charge. House managers accused Clinton of using that meeting to try to influence Currie’s testimony.

‘That was a strong component,’ Shelby said. ‘But it’s not just one thing in the obstruction evidence. If you put it all together, I thought it was beyond a reasonable doubt.’

  • Associated Press report, 12 February 1999

Shelby…”The Pachyderm Party Sellout” is beyond a reasonable doubt…and beyond felonious conduct…Can you say, “Treasonous?”

Roy Blunt, Missouri

There is clear evidence that President Clinton committed perjury on two or more occasions, and urged others to obstruct justice. These are serious felonious acts that strike at the heart of our judicial system. Oaths taken in the American system of government are serious commitments to truth and the rule of law. Violating these oaths or causing others to impede the investigation into such acts are serious matters that meet the standard for impeachment.

Roy, Really??! Trump has done just that! The Pachyderms defense of his actions clearly show that all of your oaths taken in the American system of government aren’t serious commitments to truth and the rule of law. The pachyderms have violated their oaths and are welcoming your party and others to impede the investigation taking place in the Senate now that definitely meet the standard of impeachment and removal of Trump from office.  Serous felonious acts that strike at the heart of our judicial system by you and your Pachyderm constituents…

Richard Burr, North Carolina

I believe the facts presented by the judiciary committee prove beyond a reasonable doubt that President Clinton repeatedly lied to a grand jury and encouraged a witness before that grand jury to provide false information. The United States is a nation of laws, not men. And I do not believe we can ignore the facts or disregard the constitution so that the president can be placed above the law.

  • Statement, 19 December 1998

What did you say, Dick? The United States is a nation of laws, not men? And, you said, you do not believe we can ignore the facts or disregard the Constitution so that the  president can be placed above the law? You don’t believe that!! If you believed that, you would do the duty you so sanctimoniously put forth then, and do it where it is needed now, in casting a vote to remove Donald Trump.  Would you say you’re really a fraud and self-serving? Ummmm…Yes!

Jerry Moran, Kansas

It is clear that President Clinton on numerous occasions lied to a federal grand jury, lied in a civil proceeding affecting the civil rights of an American citizen, and orchestrated an attempt to obstruct justice.

… The untruthful actions of the president are not mere technical violations of federal law; rather, the president’s lies, obfuscation and overt acts to obstruct justice are serious and felonious, and they tear at the essential foundation of our judicial system.

Awwww, Jerry…You don’t care about the president’s lies, obfuscation and overt acts to obstruct justice…you certainly don’t believe they are serious and felonious, nor that they tear at the essential foundation of our judicial system, because you support a genuine destroyer of democracy in Trump, who clearly uses the Constitution to wipe his tush, with your undying loyalty and assistance!  Thanks for redefining democracy to the American people…

Rob Portman, Ohio

I believe the evidence of serious wrongdoing is simply too compelling to be swept aside. I am particularly troubled by the clear evidence of lying under oath in that it must be the bedrock of our judicial system.

I believe the long-term consequence to this country of not acting on these serious charges before us far outweigh the consequences of following what the constitution provides for and bringing this matter to trial in the United States Senate.

Rob…you are a true credit to our nation…NOT!!! Do you have mirrors in your home? You don’t seem to be particularly troubled by the clear evidence under oath for you and your Pachyderm Party…your actions have deemed the bedrock of our judicial system ineffective and fruitless…Yes, the long-term consequence to this country of not acting on these serious charges before your constituents and the American people do not outweigh the consequences to follow for not following the Constitution and how it provides for bringing the matter of Trump’s high crimes and misdemeanors to trial in the United States Senate…the Pachyderm Party’s credibility is in the toilet.  That’s on you and the other elephants…Making Trump “untouchable” has given the American people a “get out of jail free” card….

Roger Wicker, Mississippi

[Allegations that Clinton urged Lewinsky to lie] would amount to a federal felony, and that would mean serious, serious problems for President Clinton.

  • Interview with the Jackson Clarion-Ledger, 23 January 1998

Poor Roger ‘IppissippIM’ a true federal felon, for acquitting “a clear and present danger(ous)” Dictator Donald Trump… for the American people and the world to witness Pachyderm “untouchability.” History will take note…and remember.

Last, but not least…

John Thune, South Dakota

Our declaration of independence says it best. ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.’ In America there is no emperor, and there is no Praetorian guard. There is one standard of justice that applies equally to all, and to say or do otherwise will undermine the most sacred of all American ideals.

President Clinton has committed federal crimes, and there must be a reckoning, or no American shall ever again be prosecuted for those same crimes.

Every word made in these statements applies to the Trump… yet these 14, along with other members of the Pachyderm Party insist he has done nothing wrong worth impeachment or removal from office…

It’s no hoax…here are more jokes…While Trump and his Pachyderm soldiers are setting him free, unknown to them, they have just given everyone in America a free pass as “untouchable.”

What’s good for Trump, is good for the people…if he can commit high crimes and misdemeanors and be set above the laws of prosecution…No American shall ever again be prosecuted for those same crimes…

“Taxes? We don’t need no stinkin’ taxes!!!”

 

 

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