I do wish he'd return his Twitter handle to 'Brian Cates'.
But that's just me.
Brian Cates @drawandstrike NAILS it.
Cates is a seasoned expert in how to read Trump.
And he's trustworthy.
Brian went through hell when he defended Sessions. Turns out he was right the entire time.
You can take what he says to the bank.
I stopped listening to Mo Kelly after he revealed his insanity.
But tonight I was in my car, stuck in traffic, so I listened.
He built up his brilliant theory about how Pelosi has outfoxed Trump.
And then he said, "Impeachment is forever."
Actually, it isn't.
It's forever ON PAPER, but not in the real world.
I've written a memoir that I'll publish under a pseudonym.
I keep having to rewrite major parts because I keep finding new documentation that bolsters my theories.
The documentation was hidden away in places that nobody else thought to look.
But I did things such as watch ten hours of silent military newsreel footage.
And I found what I needed.
It's six seconds of film out of over ten hours.
Lawyers tell me that Trump taking the stand opens himself up to charges of perjury.
That's tactical thinking, and it doesn't see the big picture.
The big picture is the president of the United states fearlessly taking the stand in his own defense and telling WHY he was impeached.
And then his lawyers present evidence that has not been declassified.
I believe that Trump will TAKE THE STAND in his trial.
Lawyers tell me he'd be crazy to do so.
But lawyers GENERALLY lose track of reality. They're taught to think only tactically, and strictly in terms of the law.
They generally don't see the big picture, which is why lawyers who become politicians are usually very mediocre.
Bit I knew that not one of YOU--here on a place where almost nobody is neutral about Bill Clinton--would mention impeachment.
This is how Trump derangement syndrome makes people stupid.
Trump haters actually thought that impeaching Trump would mean his political end.
Not only did it not happen, it totally backfired.
Trump knew this.
I believe that Trump DELIBERATELY got himself impeached, because it serves multiple strategic purposes.
Mo Kelly said today that Clinton testified in his defense in the impeachment trial.
Mo is not lying. He's hallucinating.
Mo has the worst case of Trump Derangement Syndrome I've ever seen.
It's funny because he WAS apolitical until Trump was elected.
I'm willing to bet that NOT A SINGLE PERSON IN THE UNITED STATES thinks first of impeachment when they think of Bill Clinton.
In fact, Im willing to bet that impeachment would not make the list of the first TEN things people think of when they think of Clinton.
Clinton's impeachment is effectively forgotten.
It means nothing.
Then Mo said that he's met with Bill Clinton four times.
Clinton is an oversized personality. He dominates the room, and he had just as impressive a presidency as Trump has had.
But his legacy is forever stained by impeachment.
Mo said that when people think of Bill Clinton, the first thing that comes to mind is impeachment.
Today Mo said that Pelosi and Trump realize one thing:
Impeachment is forever.
That's why Pelosi is delaying turning over the articles of impeachment and why Trump is hysterical.
The only thing Trump cares about is his legacy, so Pelosi is making sure that Trump legacy is forever stained by impeachment.
There's a guy on the radio here named Mo Kelly.
I knew that none of you would immediately think of impeachment when you thought of Clinton.
The world had forgotten even before Clinton left office.
Several people have told me that Clinton testified at his trial.
It's a manufactured memory.
But if TRUMP testifies, the world will remember.
Impeachment is not forever.
TRUMP is forever.
Speaking of TDS @ThomasWic, journos showing that they're afflicted with every damn day.
JOURNOS, STAND DOWN: The ‘First snow of the year!’ photo was posted to Flickr on January 7, not today
Some newspaper delivery guy in South Texas who somehow finangled his way into a political pundit job! :D
Those who label words as violence do so with the sole purpose of justifying violence against words.