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Adam Schiff: The Sacrificial Lamb

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Posted By: Pluperfect, 11/26/2019 4:19:20 AM

The Democrats’ tireless effort to remove President Trump from office via impeachment will fail. That much, along with death and taxes, is certain. There is no longer a question as to whether the Democrats will lose in their quest to upend 2016, the only remaining unknowns are where, when, and how badly. And, of course, who is to take the blame? If the buzz around Washington is to be believed, it’s Adam Schiff. The Democrats have their choice as to where they will fail, which, in large part, can help determine the extent of the self-inflicted damage their party will ultimately suffer. They can lose in the House

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Nimby 11/26/2019 5:13:24 AM (No. 245776)
Lamb? He is the loser incarnate
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Reply 2 - Posted by: hershey 11/26/2019 6:40:29 AM (No. 245822)
Not only should he be sacrificed, but ALL the dumbo craps who are still pushing this narrative....I give all credit to the President for not backing down and rolling over to these brain dead 'politicians' who aren't DOING THEIR JOBS but instead are trying to bring down the best President in A LONG LONG TIME!!!! MAGA!!!! KAG!!! DUMP THE DEMOCRAPS !!
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Mulhaven 11/26/2019 6:46:09 AM (No. 245828)
Schiff is an unsavory character who deserves whatever hardships come his way as a consequence of his impeachment parody. His disgusting behaviour can never be forgiven. Americans deserve better. Ultimately the whole Democrat party has been exposed for their infamous dictum stated by James Carville, "Politics is war and we do whatever it takes to win". The consequences of that dictum are coming over the horizon. President Trump stands honourably and strongly. Let's now see how the conniving Democrats fair as they are increasingly exposed to the American public. KAG Stupidity and dishonour bring their own consequences. Have a nice day.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Paperpuncher 11/26/2019 6:51:16 AM (No. 245838)
Schiff is an arrogant pompous clown idiot. With a little luck perhaps he might lose re-election. If he is not lucky and there is a Senate trial he may end up behind bars for his infringements on due process and lies. As for Nancy, she should have retired years ago. She has now gotten herself into this mess because she pandered to the squad. She should retire now before her plastic face cracks. It looks like it could go any second. I am afraid there will be collateral damage when it goes.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: anniebc 11/26/2019 7:21:18 AM (No. 245866)
Schiff is a buzzard; he's not a lamb. Now, if the dems want to sacrifice him, I'm with it. Dems eating their own? Hooray!
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Reply 6 - Posted by: JGalt 11/26/2019 7:40:06 AM (No. 245886)
Shiff is in fact a clown and lying sack of excrement who makes regular crooked politicians look saintly by comparison. And yes, this democrat all consuming obsession with taking out President Trump crosses the line and comes close to a sort of demonic possession. All this is true. But this strategy cooked up by the corrupt nihilistic Democrat party and their equally corrupt media complex propaganda machine has multiple potential payoffs. So they over reached and are going for the whole enchilada: an unstoppable if pathetic attempt to take out the President. They will FAIL on that count. But this was NOT a failure for democrats. They will reap the benefits of this "failure" for many decades. They will forever discourage decent and capable men and women on the conservative side from seeking power. Those who would make excellent candidates and leaders but have even the slightest blemish on their records will immediately disqualify themselves from running. Even those who have a spotless record and have led exemplary lives will NOT want to go through this kind of ordeal. Secondly, all rational rules, customs and even laws that govern Congress and the relationship between the branches have been blown up. Going forward this will be a wild west style free for all and the Democrats will clearly win at that game. So you see, they got what they really wanted out of this: preemptively taking out any future opponents to their relentless march towards the DESTRUCTION of this Great Nation. Lawlessness and injustice will be our destiny. We are one election away from losing this Nation forever.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: MDConservative 11/26/2019 7:48:32 AM (No. 245893)
"Politics is war and we do whatever it takes to win." Carville may have said it; PDT personifies it. Would you have it any other way?
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Strike3 11/26/2019 7:56:43 AM (No. 245907)
Schiff knew exactly what he was doing when he started this mess just like the FBI, Brennan, Clapper, Clinton and Obama knew what they were doing when they began the Russia Russia matter. Pelosi was the only one stupid enough to have been led around by the nose. Their only problem is that none of them could foresee failure with such an incredible array of illegal weapons lined up against Donald Trump. They obviously underestimated him and will all pay the price if the Republicans have the guts to follow through. If they don't then both parties are doomed because the American people have had enough. My only regret is that John McCain took the easy way out by dying or he would have been lined up against the wall with the others.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Bur Oak 11/26/2019 8:00:11 AM (No. 245913)
There will not be an impeachment vote. The Democrats will continue with their "impeachment inquiries" until they lose the House or a Democrat becomes president.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Krause 11/26/2019 8:20:55 AM (No. 245942)
Talk about digging yourself a hole. Schiff was absolutely the worst guy to use to try to pull this off. Self inflicted. Stupid party.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: udanja99 11/26/2019 8:55:47 AM (No. 245981)
Nasty does have another option - call the whole thing off. Which would be equally disastrous. She is in a no-win situation and it is exactly what she and Schiffhead and all the other demonrats deserve.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: cor-vet 11/26/2019 9:26:16 AM (No. 246012)
It would be great if it happens, and he could take Nadler with him for companionship!
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 11/26/2019 9:38:53 AM (No. 246035)
Many democrats are fighting a losing battle because they have no choice. If they don't get their person in the spot of POTUS to issue a pardon, their life is over. If only Hillary had been elected they would have gotten away with it all.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Kafka2 11/26/2019 9:52:01 AM (No. 246047)
The thought of the Democrats throwing Schiff into a volcano as some kind of a virgin sacrifice to appease the electoral gods is appealing, but the volcano would most likely spit him back out.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: jacksin5 11/26/2019 10:16:11 AM (No. 246066)
Pelosi placed Schiff, Cummings, and Waters in their positions of power. The squad is nowhere to be seen on these committees. This attempted coup is Pelosi's baby.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 11/26/2019 10:35:43 AM (No. 246091)
And I would give the msm full credit for making the Schifter's and Pelouzi's tar and feathering possible. But, still waiting for the dim indictments.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: mc squared 11/26/2019 11:03:36 AM (No. 246135)
My guess is that, like demented zealots of all kinds, Pelosi will get the votes to impeach. I can imagine the talk in the washrooms now: Nice gig you got here Congressman. You know those pictures we got from Comey & McCain? We've still got them.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: rsgonner 11/26/2019 11:14:53 AM (No. 246147)
The sacrifice should be public, painful and absolutely complete. This jerk has done almost as much to destroy our country and liberty as has Obama.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Lawsy0 11/26/2019 11:15:52 AM (No. 246149)
Your analogy is all wrong. The sacrificial lamb didn't make a sound, not a word. That just doesn't fit the Schiff stirrer. I expect that tar and feathers would be a lot cheaper, or maybe just the honor of being run out of town on a rail.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Smart11344 11/26/2019 11:40:03 AM (No. 246177)
I'd prefer Schiff to be a sacrificial turkey. At least we would be done with him a lot sooner.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Luckyx3 11/26/2019 11:52:41 AM (No. 246195)
the day of reckoning is coming
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Reply 22 - Posted by: bighambone 11/26/2019 1:28:55 PM (No. 246270)
An expensive and terrible waste of time trying to remove a President from office for sticking his nose into and for trying to root out gross politically based corruption in a corrupt foreign country that is receiving huge amounts of US foreign aid. At the moment nobody really knows how much US foreign aid money that went there was criminally laundered and ended up in the pockets of politicians, both foreign and US, and their families. By essentially claiming that certain big time Democrat politicians and their families are above the law, the Congressional Democrats are countenancing those corrupt activities. The Democrats who believe that such an impeachment effort is going to help them in the 2020 election are nuts. If the Democrats try to pin the blame for that on a couple of Democrat Congress critters you can bet that they will be from very safe Congressional Districts where those particular Congress critters will have no problem getting re-elected, that will amount to just another Democrat bait and switch on the public. When involved in their impeachment inquisition fiasco, the Democrats have been slow walking very important bills and legislation including the new North American trade deal with Canada and Mexico so not to give President Trump any sort of win before next year’s election. Do that is not good for large segments of the US population as the Democrats will probably find out as they dejectedly look at the 2020 election results.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: JediJerry 11/26/2019 2:03:12 PM (No. 246289)
Sacrificial buffoon.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: lostinmassachusetts 11/26/2019 2:29:20 PM (No. 246307)
Under the Mosaic Law, the priests had to sacrifice a lamb without blemish to God as a substitute for their sinfulness. Based on his behavior, Adam Schiff does not qualify for this purpose. Instead, he is guilty of criminal behavior, for which deserves to be tried, convicted and punished.
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