I Hate Republicans — And I’m Voting Republican in the Fall

I believe in limited government. Limited government includes separation between economics and state. Republicans no more stand for separation of economics and government than do Democrats. Take one look at the actions and votes of people like John McCain, Mitch McConnell, Paul Ryan and most other Republicans in Congress and convince me that they care about getting government out of the economy any more than any single Democrat.

But there is one reason for voting Republican in the fall, to help Republicans hold onto Congress. That reason is Nancy Pelosi. It’s not just Nancy Pelosi. She’s just the ugly, crazy symbol for the awful party as a whole.

I like Donald Trump because he’s not a Republican. He’s probably more of a conservative Democrat than a Republican. There are no more conservative Democrats, or even moderates. They’re all pretty much Communists now, which they were all along, only now they’re out in the open about it. Democrats will sacrifice the First and Second Amendments without blinking an eye. The Democratic Party is truly an enemy of freedom.

Democrats, including Pelosi, have made it clear: If they retake control of Congress, as they very well could in the fall, their first official act will be to impeach President Donald Trump.

In case you’re not aware, an impeachment involves two steps. One step is for the House of Representatives to vote for impeachment. This has happened twice — once to President Andrew Johnson in the 1860s, and once to President Bill Clinton in the 1990s.

The second step is removal from office. This requires the vote of the U.S. Senate. Neither Andrew Johnson nor Bill Clinton were removed from office. Each was impeached, but neither was removed from office.

If Donald Trump is impeached by the House of Representatives in 2019, I believe the U.S. Senate will very likely remove him from office. Why? Because every single Democrat will almost certainly vote to do so. But so will more than a few Republicans, in my view. People like John McCain, or even Mitch McConnell, very well might vote to do so. They’re the types of sniveling cowards who would never seek an impeachment process; however, once that first step is completed, they would vote for Trump’s removal from office. They’ve done it with other matters — like John McCain on his refusal to repeal Obamacare — and it’s easy to see the same thing happening with impeachment.

Failing to vote for Republicans in 2018 will be the equivalent of voting to remove Donald Trump from office. It’s as simple as that. This will give Democrats like Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi the most unimaginable power trip in American history. Not only will have they defeated Trump. They will have reversed a presidential election single-handedly, simply because they disliked the outcome and were unwilling to wait until 2020.

Let’s be real. Aside from the tiny minority of Freedom Caucus Republicans who really stand for something different than the socialist/Communist Democrats, Republicans are, on the whole, loathsome, contemptible creatures. But there’s one thing even worse: The prospect of letting the most loathsome and contemptible of all — the Democrats, truly totalitarians-in-waiting — reverse the outcome of a presidential election.

Don’t let it happen, deplorables. If you do, you’ll live to regret it.

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