Schumer’s & Pelosi’s Simple Message: Trap and Expel Trump and Screw the Voters

On Wednesday morning, Democrats in Congress showed why its approval rating is 20% and sliding deeper into the murky “Swamp.”

 

President Donald J. Trump had extended an olive branch to the Democrats by inviting Democrat leaders Senate Minority Leader Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-New York, and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-California, to the White House to discuss reaching a bipartisan solution to America’s crumbling infrastructure. It is an issue that all citizens can agree on and would be an important step in at least toning down the caustic vitriol.

But as has happened numerous times in the past, the Congressional Democrats had other plans for their meeting with POTUS.

On the same day that President Trump decorated a patriot with the Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor, far-left activists — both inside and outside Congress — have made their message loud and clear: they don’t want Democrats to work with President Trump to help govern.

Just before she arrived at the White House Wednesday morning, Speaker Pelosi, once again attempted to play the old Marxist-Saul Alinsky game of suddenly changing her agenda. Rather than discuss how to move towards an opportunity for bipartisan leadership, she played to the cheap seats and to the big-pocket donor base.

After years of investigating Trump to no avail, she decided to ignite yet another conspiracy theory: “The President of the United States is engaged in a cover-up,” she told the crowd of mostly receptive and supportive reporters.

“Congressional Democrats spent more than $35 million on the Mueller report. It took 675 days, included nearly 3,000 subpoenas, and required 500 witness accounts. Despite being conducted by a far-from-unbiased legal team—one that has collectively donated at least 20 times more to Democrat as Republican candidates over the years—it found zero evidence of collusion or obstruction of justice. No charges were recommended for either,” according to the Trump White House statement.

In other words, there is no legal case against President Trump or his family. All that the Democratic National Committee (DNC) has left is a political one

“In a democracy, that’s what elections are for. Democrat leaders might know this, but they’re powerless: Their activist base doesn’t want voters to have the last say,” the released White House statement noted.

The result is a string of stunts like the one Americans saw Wednesday. Speaker Pelosi and Sen. Schumer know they have to keep giving lip service to the real issues that working Americans care about—tax relief, jobs, high prescription drug prices, immigration, and so on—while only delivering on the agenda their base wants: Resisting and destroying Donald Trump and his team.

President Trump wants what our framers wanted for future generations: bipartisan compromise because it’s the right thing to do for our country. Fortunately, he’s getting results either way:

7 in 10 Americans rate the economy as good or very good. Of those, 85 percent say some or most of the credit goes to President Trump. Pay growth has “picked up sharply at the bottom half of the wage distribution,” a new report says, showing that working-class families are the ones seeing the biggest gains.

Those amazing results could be even better if Congressional Democrats chose to work with the President. And for that reason alone, it’s no surprise that they won’t.

House Wednesday morning, Speaker Pelosi, once again attempting to play the old Marxist-Saul Alinsky game of suddenly changing her agenda. Rather than discuss how to move towards an opportunity for bipartisan leadership, she played to the cheap seats and to the big-pocket donor base.

After years of investigating Trump to no avail, she decided to ignite yet another conspiracy theory: “The President of the United States is engaged in a cover-up,” she told the crowd of mostly receptive and supportive reporters.

“Congressional Democrats spent more than $35 million on the Mueller report. It took 675 days, included nearly 3,000 subpoenas, and required 500 witness accounts. Despite being conducted by a far-from-unbiased legal team—one that has collectively donated at least 20 times more to Democrat as Republican candidates over the years—it found zero evidence of collusion or obstruction of justice. No charges were recommended for either,” according to the Trump White House statement.

In other words, there is no legal case against President Trump or his family. All that the Democratic National Committee (DNC) has left is a political one

“In a democracy, that’s what elections are for. Democrat leaders might know this, but they’re powerless: Their activist base doesn’t want voters to have the last say,” the released White House statement noted.

The result is a string of stunts like the one Americans saw Wednesday. Speaker Pelosi and Sen. Schumer know they have to keep giving lip service to the real issues that working Americans care about—tax relief, jobs, high prescription drug prices, immigration, and so on—while only delivering on the agenda their base wants: Resisting and destroying Donald Trump and his team.

President Trump wants what our framers wanted for future generations: bipartisan compromise because it’s the right thing to do for our country. Fortunately, he’s getting results either way:

7 in 10 Americans rate the economy as good or very good. Of those, 85 percent say some or most of the credit goes to President Trump. Pay growth has “picked up sharply at the bottom half of the wage distribution,” a new report says, showing that working-class families are the ones seeing the biggest gains.

Those amazing results could be even better if Congressional Democrats chose to work with the President. And for that reason alone, it’s no surprise that they won’t.

Edited by Jim Kouri

Jim Kouri, CPP, is founder and CEO of Kouri Associates, a homeland security, public safety and political consulting firm. He's formerly Fifth Vice-President, now a Board Member of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, a columnist, and a contributor to the nationally syndicated talk-radio program, the Chuck Wilder Show.. He's former chief of police at a New York City housing project in Washington Heights nicknamed "Crack City" by reporters covering the drug war in the 1980s. In addition, he served as director of public safety at St. Peter's University and director of security for several major organizations. He's also served on the National Drug Task Force and trained police and security officers throughout the country.

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