Alarming Memo Outlines Dems' Plan if They Take House; We're Looking at Hell on Earth.


Witch hunts are seldom about witches.

All the cries about collusion, Russian interference and impeachment coming from the Democrats are not about justice.

It’s the political equivalent of a child throwing a tantrum, but somehow less honest and forthcoming. At least a child doesn’t try to hide behind some surreptitious claim about doing the right thing.

But to give credit where it’s due, the zeal surrounding Trump has at least seemed to band ideologically differing Democrats together. Whether they’re an established has-been like Nancy Pelosi or a fresh-faced socialist loon like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, they all seem to agree on joining forces to oust President Donald Trump.

To counter that, Republicans must do the same and vote in droves come the November midterms.

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Aside from the obvious, the other Republicans must come out and vote is because the Democrats’ game plan has reportedly leaked.

And it looks like a living nightmare.

Axios has allegedly acquired a spreadsheet that has already made its way through the hands of several prominent GOP members, “including at least one leadership office,” and it paints a bleak picture of what Democrats want to do should they win the House.

The spreadsheet allegedly started in a senior House Republican office and catalogs more than 100 formal requests to Congress that House Democrats have made.

Will Democrats win back the House in November?

The list includes a laundry list of aimless and wasteful probes.

Trump’s tax returns, Trump’s family business ties, the aforementioned dealings with Russia, payments to Stormy Daniels, James Comey’s firing, Trump’s proposed transgender ban for the military, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin’s business dealings, Jared Kushner’s ethics law compliance, the travel ban, and White House security clearances are just the tip of a hellish iceberg.

With control of Congress, Republicans have largely been able to stymie these asinine requests. Should the House flip, the floodgates could very well open. It goes without saying, losing the House could have a massive ripple effect.

First and foremost, it would turn the White House into a never-ending legal defense. Say what you will about Trump, but the numbers make it virtually undeniable that he’s had a real positive impact on the economy. It’ll be impossible for Trump to work unfettered when he’s being barraged with probes and legal work.

Second, and what will likely impact you and me the most, is the drain on taxpayer money to fund these endless inquiries. These endless investigations the Democrats want won’t come cheap. It’ll be a fruitless strain on America’s economic resources.

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Third, at their core the Democrats’ investigations are little more than a clandestine attack on conservatism. Where was this pursuit of justice when it came to potentially shady dealings from fellow Democrats?

Axios claims that lawyers close to the White House don’t think the Trump administration is nearly prepared enough for this type of “investigatory onslaught.”

It is beyond important for Republicans to cast their votes in the midterm elections. Trump’s strong economic work, the economy and conservatism in general are legitimately on the line.

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Bryan Chai has written news and sports for The Western Journal for more than five years and has produced more than 1,300 stories. He specializes in the NBA and NFL as well as politics.
Bryan Chai has written news and sports for The Western Journal for more than five years and has produced more than 1,300 stories. He specializes in the NBA and NFL as well as politics. He graduated with a BA in Creative Writing from the University of Arizona. He is an avid fan of sports, video games, politics and debate.
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