The Democrats’ greatest fear has been realized: President Trump is unchained and is on the attack/counterattack:

  • AG Barr farmed out multiple federal cases for review by prosecutors outside Washington, DC.
  • Trump has Obama holdovers in the National Security Council “reassigned.”
  • Trump diverted an additional $7.2 billion from DoD accounts to border wall construction.
  • Trump sanctions continue to block the Germany Russia Nordstream 2 pipeline. (Not a Putin stooge after all)
  • Trump publicly questions the Roger Stone sentencing recommendation.
  • Trump pardons Eddie DeBartolo, Jr., Michael Milken and ex-NYPD commissioner Bernie Kerik.
  • Trump commutes the sentence of Democrat Rod Blagojevich while inferring Comey was a corrupt prosecutor in his case.
  • Trump fingers Obama Judge Amy Berman Jackson. Trump attacks the “Mueller prosecutors” in a tweet storm.

But my favorite is this one:

President Donald Trump on Tuesday threatened to file retaliatory lawsuits “all over the place” for damages he claims to have incurred as a result of former special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.

In a multi-post morning Twitter screed, the president fiercely condemned the 22-month-long probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election, and also appeared to weigh in once again on the federal criminal case against his longtime political adviser Roger Stone.

All of these were apparently enough to trigger disgraced former FBI director James Comey, whose Washington Post editorial yesterday sanctimoniously complained that “justice is supposed to be blind” while castigating President Trump and AG Barr:

Laugh! Out! Loud! Also, why do you suppose the leftists at Protect Democracy scrambled to get that open letter published from 1,140 former Democrat hack DoJ prosecutors calling for AG Bill Barr’s resignation? They are trying to derail AG Barr’s actions to clean house at Main Justice and at the US attorney’s office in Washington DC. It’s also why CNN’s Brian Stelter’s Reliable Sources program on Sunday was an unhinged attack on President Trump’s supposed “authoritarianism.” His opening monologue was dissected and debunked here.

Most if not all of the President’s actions listed above would not have been possible with the clouds of first Russian collusion and then the impeachment farce hanging over his head because such actions would have been construed to be “obstruction of justice.” As the impeachment farce was an entirely political operation by the Democrats, the avoidance of any improprieties – no matter how legal – was an important temporary tactic. No sense giving the media cycle more ammunition!

That impediment – which the Democrats used to shackle, impede, and thwart Trump policies for three years – is now consigned to the dustbin of history. And their greatest fears have not only been realized – that the President is unshackled – but despite the Democrat-media efforts to undermine him with his base and Republicans in Congress, the exact OPPOSITE has happened. The Republican Party is more united now than at any time over the last 60 years. Republican support nationwide for the President hovers around 94% (Gallup poll). And he broke the turnout record for ANY incumbent president in the New Hampshire primary. In the impeachment farce, only one Republican in both Houses broke ranks to vote against the President – Willard (Mitt) Romney – whose personal enmity toward the President is well-known and well-documented.

That’s the worst possible nightmare for Democrats in an election year: a popular incumbent president, near-100% support among elected Republicans, and historically high support among the Republican base and also in other demographics not known for voting Republican.

Meanwhile, the Democrat Party is in near-complete disarray, with much consternation among Democrat strategists about the possibility that a “Democrat Socialist” (in reality, a Communist) or a former Republican billionaire may head their ticket in November. The reliable Deep State outlet thehill(dot).com posted this hand-wringing article just yesterday:

Senate Democrats are privately acknowledging that President Trump will be very tough to beat in November if the economy stays strong and he draws on the substantial advantages of running as an incumbent.

Publicly, Democratic lawmakers are putting on a brave face, but behind closed doors anxiety is mounting over the unraveling of former Vice President Joe Biden’s White House bid and the failure of impeachment to put a dent in Trump’s approval ratings.

More Laugh. Out. Loud! The Democrat-media complex have no idea about the pain and anguish that are headed their way this year, especially when some Spygate (and other) indictments start dropping.

Meanwhile, President Trump is on the offensive. Consider this: what we are now seeing in the President’s actions are what we would have seen from the beginning of his presidency had he not been shackled by the Russia hoax and the manufactured collusion story that led to years of the Mueller investigation followed by the Democrats’ six-month impeachment farce.

We are just now getting a glimpse of the real President Trump in action, of which we were deprived for three long years by the political chains placed on him by the execrable Democrats and their AntiTrumper and legacy media allies. Imagine what he could have accomplished with just a modicum of support from Democrats over the past three years! I suspect that “we ain’t seen nothing, yet.”

President Trump is a human dynamo and political juggernaut who is changing America, American politics, and the world for the betterment of all. And the people will reward him for it in November.

The end.

Stu Cvrk
Stu Cvrk served 30 years in the US Navy in a variety of active and reserve capacities, with considerable operational experience in the Middle East and the Western Pacific. An oceanographer and systems analyst through education and experience, Stu is a graduate of the US Naval Academy where he received a classical liberal education which serves as the key foundation for his political commentary. He threads daily on Twitter on a wide range of political, military, foreign policy, government, economics, and world affairs topics.
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