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Dem Impeachment Managers Deny Reality in CNN Therapy Session

Dem Impeachment Managers Deny Reality in CNN Therapy Session

“our evidence was so strong and the activity engaged in was so wrong”

When it comes to Trump’s acquittal, many Democrats are still in the denial phase of the Kübler-Ross stages of grief. Particularly the impeachment managers, who recently sat for an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper.

The poor dears tried so hard to convince themselves that they didn’t lose.

Bronson Stocking of Townhall has details:

Impeachment Managers Hold Group Therapy Session on CNN

All the managers seemed to be in agreement that the president was “not exonerated” by the Senate. In the president’s defense, it’s hard to exonerate someone of a crime when there was never any specific crime being alleged. The managers also lamented the fact that additional evidence and witnesses – but not the Bidens or any requested by Republicans – were not called forward by the Senate.

Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) said House Democrats had debated the idea of impeaching the president in the first place, knowing in advance that the Republican majority would not easily be swooned to remove their own president from office.

“But we had to do it,” Nadler explained to CNN’s Anderson Cooper, “because we had to set markers. You had to say, ‘you can’t normalize this conduct. This kind of thing this president has done can’t be done by him or by future presidents. You had to vindicate the Constitution.'”

Democrats had to send the message to the president: the Biden family is off-limits.

“I actually thought it was possible to convict,” Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA ) admitted, “because our evidence was so strong and the activity engaged in was so wrong.”

Even Anderson Cooper wonders aloud if this backfired on them, considering Trump’s improving poll numbers, particularly among independents. Watch the segment below:

Of course, impeachment backfired on Democrats in more ways than one. Trump and the RNC are riding it all the way to the bank.

Marisa Schultz reports at FOX News:

Trump, RNC cash in on impeachment, raising $117M more in funds

The Democrats’ impeachment saga not only ended Wednesday with a double acquittal but a $100 million windfall for President Trump’s reelection campaign efforts, the Republican National Committee (RNC) revealed Saturday.

The RNC, Trump’s campaign and their joint fundraising committee have raked in $117 million in online donations since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the impeachment inquiry on Sept. 24, 2019, thanks to an influx of new small-dollar donors who wanted to stand by the president.

“We’ve seen through our record-breaking fundraising that the Democrat’s bogus impeachment galvanized President Trump’s supporters across the country to contribute financially to his re-election efforts,” RNC spokesman Steve Guest said.

Last word goes to GOP Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel:

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These Commie Libs will need professional help.

    JusticeDelivered in reply to Whitewall. | February 9, 2020 at 4:48 pm

    “our evidence was so strong and the activity engaged in was so wrong”

    Should Read: “our physios was so strong that the activity we engaged in was so wrong”

      Unfortunately, there was nothing illegal or unethical about any of the President’s actions. It is not yet a crime to block the democrat globalist agenda.

The coffee hasn’t kicked in yet, so would someone please remind me:

Where is all that evidence?

    Dusty Pitts in reply to Rab. | February 9, 2020 at 11:46 am

    Nadler must have left it in his other pants.

    Milhouse in reply to Rab. | February 9, 2020 at 12:53 pm

    Like the evidence for astronomy or homeopathy, and like Tinker Bell, it’s there but you can only see it if you believe in it.

      CorkyAgain in reply to Milhouse. | February 9, 2020 at 4:05 pm

      Good one! But I assume you meant astrology and not astronomy.

        Milhouse in reply to CorkyAgain. | February 9, 2020 at 8:19 pm

        Yes, sorry, I did of course mean astrology. I have no idea how that happened. I was sure I’d typed astrology. But my fingers did their own thing and my eyes saw what they expected to see.

        Maybe it’s the first symptom of being a Democrat. I just switched my registration for the first time, so I can vote in the upcoming D primary, because there’s a DINO running for Congress in my district. As a Democrat I just couldn’t help writing something stupid.

          OMG, Milhouse, that’s hilarious and brilliant!

          I was a registered Democrat for my entire stay in Massachusetts (obviously a Republican before and after). Given the closed primary system, it was the only way I had any say at all in that deep blue state. It’s a head-trip to register as a Dem, that’s for sure.

          Milhouse in reply to Milhouse. | February 9, 2020 at 9:43 pm

          Seriously, though, this is why it’s hard to debug your own code. Your eyes see what you know should be there. It’s much easier to find the bugs in code you didn’t write.

    WestRock in reply to Rab. | February 9, 2020 at 1:35 pm

    It’s stored under lock and key and the watchful eyes of D. B. Cooper and James Hoffa.

legacyrepublican | February 9, 2020 at 10:22 am

So, is CNN going to call in the President’s team too in the name of fairness?

Never! It is not like they are a news network interested in the rest of the story.

These Dems winked and nodded when Joe threatened to stop aid toUkraine over investigating his son, and shrugged when Dem Senators implied an aid halt for Ukraine not investigating Manafort, so what is the problem even if Trump did delay aid over the status of an investigation?

In one sense, they *did* win. The Communists’ goals are to break our society and political system, to smash America into a thousand warring tribes, and to eliminate the rule of law so that only centralized dictatorship can restore order. Impeachment helped them advance toward their goals.

Revolutionaries cannot be stopped by tweets, legal briefs, and tough talk on cable TV. Stronger measures are needed. The Communists are betting that neither President Trump nor the American people have the stomach for it. We’ll see if they’re right.

It’s hard to tell if they are insane or just congenital liars. It seems they will say just about anything to get more power.

    Milwaukee in reply to Toad-O. | February 9, 2020 at 12:31 pm

    Embrace the power of “and”.
    It is NOT hard tell they are both insane and congenital liars, who will do anything for power.

    They have lied so much they can not recognize the truth.

    TX-rifraph in reply to Toad-O. | February 9, 2020 at 12:44 pm

    “…insane or just congenital liars.”

    I vote for “Liars” as they did everything possible to create and manage (as in direct) false “facts” and prevent the exposure of the truth. These are dangerous people – power with neither conscience nor ethical standards. Schiff has the added “bonus” of being a sadist.

    They are not stupid. They are soulless creatures that some voters have sent to DC to destroy the USA.

When the people you support can’t relate to reality how do you support them?

Just think how well they’ll cope with the arrests of coup plotters.

And at the end they all hugged and cried, and ate Jell-O and marshmallows.

notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital | February 9, 2020 at 11:12 am


Fox News

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow grilled Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chairman Tom Perez over the low turnout at Monday’s Iowa caucuses, pointing out how Democrats “didn’t turn out in droves” like in previous election cycles.

Weird how so many Democrats refuse to accept the results of elections and court cases.

When you’re so convinced of your mind-reading skills that you have no need to wait to hear evidence from firsthand participants, when the other side is so obviously evil and lying for partisan benefit that you can’t afford to let them present a defense, when the identity of your prime witness is a State Secret, and mostly when it’s so urgent to impeach the President before he can get re-elected, of course you have the strongest possible case a kangaroo court can produce. Have none of the lawyers infesting Congress ever actually been to court and lost a case because they were overconfident and poorly prepared? “When the facts are on your side, pound the facts. When the law is on your side, pound the law. When neither is on your side, pound the table.”

If they’d quit giving themselves opportunities to be defeated, they might eventually make it to acceptance without constantly getting themselves thrown back into denial all over again.

They just can’t accept that all their efforts to steal the 2016 elections, which they had been promised were a sure thing, came up empty.

Serious delusion. That millions believe them is very worrisome. Forget fluorine….Haldol in the water supply is mandatory now. The theory that lead poisoning contributed to the decline of Rome needs some revision. Who needs lead poisoning when progressivism is endemic?

By the way…Schiff looks as crazy in side view as face on.

This sleazy bunch go clowns couldn’t even run a farce properly.

I understand there is an actual attorney or two in the bunch. You would never know it by their deeds and words.

    alaskabob in reply to puhiawa. | February 9, 2020 at 1:50 pm

    Ah… they ARE attorneys. How does that equate to truthfulness? With their prog ethos and legal training… they can subvert to their hearts’ content ignoring any semblance of integrity. Their allegiance is to the Party.

Dems/Progs have a real problem with reality.

There goals are rigging elections and getting power. They appeal to the court of public opinion. Their standard of evidence is preponderance of innuendo, supported by the dinosaur media, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Democrat party.

They have a new philosopher coming up, he’s called Confuse Us.

Hey, I resemble that. Slightly. And I’m not on their side.

I would love for a reporter with a sack to shine a light on even some of their activities for once.

This is a who’s who of corrupt swampocrats lineup…or peanut gallery if you prefer but that would be to #race-triggered to say to them.

Comanche Voter | February 9, 2020 at 12:52 pm

Theirs was a stunt so delusional and stupid that even Dean Wormer would laugh at them. These folks have convinced themselves, but if you listened to their impassioned oratory (mostly fact free) you realized they had a lot of opinions–but not much in the way of actual facts.

They are not rational.

It is easy to write these people off as insane. However, one will underestimate the danger. These people are unethical warriors with a plan. It is only failing because they have underestimated their enemy – DJT and us. Do not underestimate OUR enemy. Trump does not, at least not anymore.

These people are in a war and they know it. They want to be underestimated by their enemies (us). That is why they use words like “progressive” and attempt to hide in plane sight by employing confusion and multiple fronts at the same time.

Trump knows. He moved on Rush before the left could mobilize the lies and attacks. The left is pissed and they will get increasing aggressive as they are starting to lose.

Do not underestimate them or their war. They are not resting, are they?

    rickmcinnis in reply to TX-rifraph. | February 10, 2020 at 10:33 am

    The Left is best understood by the example of the Ortega Brothers of Nicarawa.

    No real talent for governing but willing to fight their way to the top with force – their willing followers gave their lives so the boys could build a huge sunglasses collection.

To the Dem “managers “, Trump should tell them, “GAME OVER, thank you for playing. Here are some lovely parting gifts…” in the form of a Congressional wipeout.

Occam says: they hoped to have the trial going when the arrests start.

The outcome was not in doubt. They lost on the duration.

Poor Adam “Serial Liar Man” Schiff

See also: Glenn Beck’s latest Blaze Ukraine expose’.
There may have been things which were impeachable which there was actual evidence for. Instead it was like a social website’s ambiguous terms, “Orange Man Bad!”.
The Obstruction of Congress charge – Not Guilty enough! He should have shivved Paul Ryno, and shut down the government instead of signing the PP funding Amnesty double decker Omnibus.

Idiocracy is here, and it is Democratic Partying!

    guinspen in reply to tz. | February 9, 2020 at 9:51 pm

    “There may have been things which were impeachable which there was actual evidence for.”

    Specify one impeachable thing, please.

Trump, RNC cash in on impeachment, raising $117M more in funds

Probably takes bloomberg a whole month to cover that from his interest on investments.
Mini mike doesn’t seem to be getting the same criticism as Citizen’s United on the money angle for some reason (turn sarcasm off).

    Milhouse in reply to 4fun. | February 10, 2020 at 10:21 am

    Self-financing doesn’t depend on Citizens United; it was upheld by Buckley, back in an era when the supreme court was much more friendly to government regulation, because there simply was no legitimate government interest that could be furthered by restricting it. The whole premise of campaign finance regulation rests on the potential for corruption, but with self-financing there is no such potential, so there was no way for the court to justify regulating it.

Let us not forget that in December 2017, 58 democrat house members voted to impeach President Trump just because he publicly ridiculed several NFL players for disrespecting the flag of the USA when they didn’t stand during the playing of the national anthem.
That is a fantastic example of the hyper-partisan drivel that our President has successfully endured since he and his wife road down the escalator to announce his candidacy in 2015.

More proof that retardation is a life sentence.

You can just imagine the DIMs being so proud of their managers; they look like America, they proclaim!

They look like what is destroying America to me.

Democrats and a large number of adults in America have fallen victim to “magical thinking”; “one’s own thoughts, wishes, or desires can influence the external world”.

Hillary Clinton; “Trump’s not a legitimate president”. But he is.

Nancy Pelosi; “the acquittal is not legitimate”. But it is.

DNC Chairman Perez; “they (Trump campaign) colluded with Russia”. But they didn’t.

Rep Schiff; “there was no FISA abuse”. But there was.

James Comey; “there is no evidence Sen Clinton violated the law”. But there is.

DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazil; “the Clinton Campagin did not work with a foreign agent”. But the payments to Christopher Steele beg to differ.

Sadly this has been going on so long that its hardly questioned by anyone, certainly not the media. Just look at simple examples.

Bernie Sanders; “access to health care is a right”. But its not and never has been.

AOC; “Trump is a threat to our democracy”. Yet we don’t live in a democracy and even if we did, Trump clearly isn’t a threat.

Rep Jackson-Lee; “we must protect the rights of undocumented workers”. But there is no such creature as an undocumented worker. There are illegal immigrants / aliens. To believe otherwise is akin to calling street drug dealers unlicensed pharmacist.

Much of our society has become less serious and more like raging adolescent-adults that think “magically”, in a child like fashion, believing what they think, desire and believe is real even when its clearly not.

    MajorWood in reply to WillS68. | February 10, 2020 at 2:33 pm

    Access to health care is a right. Having it paid for by someone/thing else is not. The difference between a right and a privilege is $$$.

In reality, the House can impeach a President for just getting elected, which is not a high crime or misdemeanor. That is exactly why they impeached Trump and why the Senate did not vote to convict.