"Donald Trump Can be Deposed, Even Without Impeachment"
The total stupidity and gullibility of the DUmmies is absolutely astounding. Their latest fantasy is they can remove President Trump from office via the 25th Amendment. Yeah, that would take the agreement of Vice-President Pence along with a majority of Trump's cabinet or Congressional Republicans that Trump is unable to continue being President. Short of a health crises, what is the possibility of that happening? How about somewhere between NIL and NONE? And yet this is the latest laughable DUmmie fantasy that they have latched onto as you can see in their dopey thread, Don't look now: It's President Pence! Donald Trump can be deposed, even without impeachment. So let us now watch the DUmmies indulge in their latest wild fantasy in Bolshevik Red while the commentary of your humble correspondent, noting that the more desperate the DUmmies are the FUnnier they are, is in the [brackets]:
Don't look now: It's President Pence! Donald Trump can be deposed, even without impeachment
[Dont look now: DUmmies can be institutionalized even without court order.]
Given Trump's erratic behavior in his first few days, Washington is starting to murmur about the 25th Amendment
[That pink hat you were wearing Saturday cut off the blood supply to your head.]
Donald Trump is in over his head. This comes as no surprise to the millions of people who could see that he was unprepared and unfit for the job of president of he United States and voted against him. He’s basically a celebrity heir to a fortune who was so entitled that he believed his privileged existence proved he was competent to run the most powerful nation on earth. That’s the attitude of an aristocrat who ascended to the throne without having any idea what it actually takes to rule. History’s full of such men. It doesn’t often work out well.
[What really make this Salon writer mad is that President Trump is KEEPING his promises.]
Trump managed to convince enough voters in just the right places that his “business success,” born mostly of hype and relentless public relations over many years, qualified him for the Oval Office. Since the Protestant work ethic and the philosophy of virtuous capitalism still permeate American culture, it’s not uncommon for people to equate financial success with superior intelligence and character. Many among the public undoubtedly assumed that Trump’s persona at the rallies was something of a salesman’s act, that he was playing the role of demagogue to rile up the crowd. They assumed that behind closed doors he was a smart and able businessman, making tough decisions on the fly, handling many issues at once.
[Just admit that you don't like capitalism. Period.]
Those voters didn’t see what millions of others felt instinctively, and which explains the shocked reaction and immediate resistance to his election: Trump’s incessant bragging, his lack of empathy or remorse, his pathological lying and even his bizarre appearance were signs of an unstable personality. It was obvious to many of us that something was not right.
[Something was not right with the anarchists rioting and breaking windows. Oh, and the pink hat march the next day displayed some really bizarre appearances such as Ashley Judd's "nasty" rant.]
The presidential transition was a dumpster fire with endless resignations, rumors and public humiliations. Trump’s refusal to deal responsibly with the intelligence community’s investigations into Russian interference in the campaign was worrying. Picking a fight with them over it was downright alarming. Still, one couldn’t help but think that the weight of the job might inspire the staff and the people close to him to instill some discipline into the system and keep the new president focused once he took the wheel. That hasn’t happened. The first days of the new administration have been a disaster.
[Actually it is moving along quite smoothly and all cabinet appointees will be confirmed. THANK YOU, HARRY REID! Now on to the DUmmie comments about this idiotic Salon article...]
this is what i really want. not impeachment. i want it clear in the history books that those of us who saw how unfit he was were EXACTLY.FUCKING.RIGHT.
[Impeachment by a GOP congress is impossible and removal via 25th Amendment is even less likely.]
I want him humiliated and destroyed walk him out of the white house in straight jacket.
[The way Karl Rove was frogwalked out of the White House on May 12, 2006?]
i have said that a few dozen times at this point. i want them to take him down w a tranquilizer dart. on live teevee.
[Before that happens, the Secret Service will take you down for that threat DUmmie mopinko. I repeat, DUmmie mopinko.]
Somebody will have to throw a net over him at some point. You just know it's coming...
[Before that happens, the Secret Service will have to throw a butterfly net over you, DUmmie Ligyron. I repeat, DUmmie Ligyron who may soon be wearing Ligyrons.]
Humiliated destroyed and JAILED, Him and Pence. Both of them.
[Wait! I thought you were hoping for Pence to declare Trump unfit for office. DUmmie STUPIDITY at work once again.]
he's gonna pitch the most epic tantrum in american history.
[We already saw the epic tantrum the DUmmies pitched on November 9. It took a couple of weeks for them to come online again.]
This is quite possible but begs one question. Are we being had?
[Are incredibly gullible DUmmies being had? Let me ask BBV Bev Harris.]
We have already been HAD
[Right. By Bev Harris and many others.]
More wishful thinking. Its not going to happen. It may make people feel better to imagine that Trump is going to be removed pursuant to the 25th Amendment but the chances of that happening are essentially zero.
[LOUSY FREEPER TROLL!!! Logical thinking was the giveaway.]
It ain't gonna happen.I've come to the realization that any act or edict about Trump not being president anymore will be ignored... Impeachment or 25th Amendment.
[Kewpie doll for you.]
Trump is being EXACTLY as I thought he would...as a distraction from the hideous things the GOP is going to pass with his rubber stamp signature. It is depressing in a way that has destroyed my optimism for the future and put me into a deep depression that shows no signs of letting up at all.
[Try drowning your sorrow in rubbing alcohol.]
But, it looks to me as though the opening is there in the language of the 25th Amendment.
[The only opening is in your microskull.]
There's no evidence that Trump is imbalanced or perturbed at all. None. He's happily holding meetings with businessmen and labor union leaders and so forth. And claiming that daring to run for president without being qualified proves that he is nuts is rather crazy itself, given that he did win the damned election. We don't have to be happy about it. We do have to deal with it in a way that is not insane.
[STOP WITH THE BRUTAL TRUTH!!!]
Can we do a recall election? Can that be done?
[Sure. It's right there in Article 66 of the Constitution.]
Oh, boy, the frog march crap again. The only way he leaves is if he resigns. He only resigns if they force him to divest himself of his Trump related businesses. He only gets forced if congress or the courts choose to do so. Congress ain't, and I'm dubious after he appoints the next SC judge that they will either.
[Goodbye Cruel World!!!]
Can both the 25th Amendment and Impeachment happen? As well as criminal and civil charges against him? Just wondering and hoping that the gates of hell can be unleashed on him.
[The gates of Happy Land Funny Farm can be opened for you.]