Listing all of the ways would stretch the band width of my computers access system.
Senator Murphy has a very up close and personal moment of reality when he spoke of not being able to impeach President Trump.
When a Democrat comes this close to reality it’s the same as being struck by lightning twice in the same day.
There is no editorial bias as he blathers on below.
Well, O.K. some. 🙂
One major question:
Why is this fool playing amateur psychiatrist when it goes without saying, that no diagnosis by a physician will be rendered without a complete observation.
Well, even in deep blue states, like Connecticut, its congressional representatives know the limits of this impeachment nonsense that’s being pervasively drummed up by the progressive Left.
In other words, comment on the same anti-Trump crowd who still can’t stand the fact that he won the 2016 election.
August 30, 2017
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) said that President Trump couldn’t be impeached by Democrats for fulfilling campaign promises that he ran on during the 2016 presidential election during an interview on Sunday.
Murphy was asked if he could speak candidly about members of congress who say Trump is unstable and not fit for office.
Like a knife blade on a Christian’s neck before decapitation from our friendly jihadist?
“Those are heavy accusations,” Murphy responded. (While reaching for his knife.)
“Here’s my thoughts on this: I don’t see President Trump acting very differently as a President than he did during the campaign.”
Murphy continued by saying he hasn’t seen any changes in behavior from candidate Trump to President Trump.
“He did win the Electoral College despite this bizarre behavior as a candidate. So, you can’t impeach somebody for doing what they said they were going to do as a candidate,” Murphy concluded.
“Whether we like it or not, he is fulfilling all of the very reckless promises or trying to fulfill some of the reckless promises he made during the campaign.”
Murphy then dodged on whether he thought Trump was “stable,” saying that he doesn’t think Trump is conducting himself in a way that is befitting the Presidency.