Why is it that every Southern Baptist preacher man looks like he’s sucking on a big cow tit? Just wondering.
For days the Republicans have been holding a milking contest. They’ve been milking Hitler’s BIG LIE! Have you noticed that every time Collin’s gives their sacred cow a couple of good squeezes, Gaetz opens his BIG mouth!
“Shoot some hot streams of milk over my way. My lying mouth is getting dry!”
“After I take a couple of BIG GULPS, sunny boy!”
It is like watching reruns of Heehaw and The Dukes of Hazard! I have gotten good at reading cow lips after a week of hearings, and this cow is saying;
“I already told Judge Roy Moore I’m too young to get married!”
Remember good ol Roy, the protector of the Ten Commandments? No.8 says;
“Thou shall not bear false witness against thy neighbor.”
Every elected Republican knows Trump has broken No.8 – MANY TIMES! But, that’s just fine, because most of them are Lying Christians, thus, they are above the Laws of God. Democrats say they were forced to Impeach Trump, so he can learn a lesson and not Sin – again! Roy Moore will be on the same campaign trail as the Republican Messiah – who refused to back Moore – because he is a liar. Takes one to know one!
It’s time to bring out THE BIG GUN! Trump tweeted over a hundred times today which is obstruction of Congress.
“Here ya go, boys! Let Papa Donald give his loyal evangelicals a BIG SQUIRT!”
Mommies Big Milk Lover, Matt Gaetz, ratted out Hunter Biden, and then got a squirt of truth about his DUI. Meanwhile, MR.BIG MOUTH is going after a sixteen year old foreign girl.
SHUT UP YOU LOUD MOUTHED BULLY – and get on the witness stand! Bring out your BIG TIT, your BIG GUN!
Republicans erupted with fury late Thursday as House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., abruptly wrapped up an all-day marathon hearing on the adoption of two articles of impeachment against President Trump by delaying a planned vote on the matter until Friday morning.
“It is now very late at night,” Nadler said shortly before midnight. “I want the members on both sides of aisle to think about what has happened over these last two days, and to search their consciences before we cast their final votes. Therefore, the committee will now stand in recess until tomorrow morning at 10 a.m., at which point I will move to divide the question so that each of us may have the opportunity to cast up-or-down votes on each of the articles of impeachment, and let history be our judge.”
Ranking Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., raised an immediate objection as Nadler began leaving, saying it was “the most bush league stunt” he had ever seen.
“Mr. Chairman, there was no consulting with the ranking member on your schedule for tomorrow — you just blew up schedules for everyone?” Collins asked incredulously. “You chose not to consult the ranking member on a scheduling issue of this magnitude? This is the kangaroo court we’re talking about. Not even consult? Not even consult? 10. am. tomorrow? You can see what just happened.”
He added later: “This crap.”
Texas GOP Rep. Louie Gohmert called out the tactic as “Stalinesque,” and other Republicans essentially heckled Nadler’s conduct as unbelievable and “outrageous.” Gohmert suggested that Democrats wanted to have the vote when more people would be watching on television, and that they wanted to be able to say they had a “three-day trial” in the Judiciary Committee, even if they called no fact witnesses before the panel.
Former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore announced Thursday he is running for U.S. Senate in 2020, two years after narrowly losing a bid for the seat to Democratic Sen. Doug Jones amid allegations of sexual misconduct with teenagers.
Moore, who was kicked off the bench twice, made the official announcement at a press conference in Montgomery Thursday afternoon with his wife Kayla by his side. He began the press conference with a prayer and the pledge of allegiance.
8. THOU SHALT NOT BEAR FALSE WITNESS AGAINST THY NEIGHOUR.
COMMANDS: truthfulness; respect for the good name of others; the observance of secrecy when required.
FORBIDS: lying; injury to the good name of others; slander; talebearing; rash judgment; contemptuous speech and the violation of secrecy.