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Nancy Pelosi’s Midnight Ride

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Posted By: Toledo, 2/6/2020 7:46:42 AM

The big lie behind the impeachment of President Trump is the notion that the Democrats are better custodians of our national security than the Republicans. It has animated the long campaign to suborn Mr. Trump’s presidency — right up to the the eve of the verdict in the Senate, when Speaker Pelosi, at a press conference, likened herself to Paul Revere, but crying, “the Russians are coming, the Russians are coming.” “The day we were bringing the articles to the floor,” Mrs. Pelosi reminded the press, “I quoted the ‘Midnight Ride of Paul Revere.’” That’s the Henry Wadsworth Longfellow classic in which the Boston

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Ride to the loony bin.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: John C 2/6/2020 8:13:04 AM (No. 309384)
OP has it right. May be the botox or just old age!
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Reply 2 - Posted by: hotcorner 2/6/2020 10:15:04 AM (No. 309545)
The world watches and her performance embarrasses the people of this country. We need term limits more than ever as these entrenched pols spew their hatred over many years and stop real achievement in this country. We are sick of it. San Francisco, get rid of this Speaker.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Strike3 2/6/2020 11:02:49 AM (No. 309622)
The only midnight ride that this addled old witch is capable of is with a broomstick under her wrinkled old butt. Begone!
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Right Time 2/6/2020 11:08:12 AM (No. 309634)
Yeah. When the Russians come, they'll find that the Russians or Chinese already own everything--as sold to them by the Democrats. Hillary sold 20% of the US uranium. Bill Clinton sold advanced missile technology, satellite technology, WiFi technology, and Defense secrets to the ChiComs.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Chuzzles 2/6/2020 11:09:39 AM (No. 309636)
Stuff like this puts me in mind of a story that came out at the end of the Obama era regarding the Congressional Pharmacist. He was quoted as saying the nation would be shocked at how much heavy psych meds he doles out to members of congress. He had to walk it back of course, but it got me to thinking that we could have many early stage dementia patients in congress right now. Certainly among the long timers of a certain age. The only thing that Pelosi and her minions are custodians of is the protection of the members of the Swamp and the gravy train that lines all their pockets.
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