For years it has been pretty apparent that Democrats would love to reverse the outcome of the election in 2016 if they could. Fortunately, it is not. But that hasn’t stopped them from trying. From day one of President Donald Trump’s term, and even before that, the left has attacked his credibility, and it seems nearly every aspect of his life and campaign.
They criticized his choice of wife, that she wasn’t born in America and that she is beautiful as well as compassionate. They have bashed his choices of friends. They demean his role in politics in the past. And then, of course, we can’t fail to forget about how they call his racist, a bigot, and altogether unfit for office.
And yet nothing, even the hoax of possible collusion with Russian agents to rig the election, could bring him down.
But it’s clear they haven’t given up, not by a long shot. And this impeachment inquiry is nothing if not proof of that.
According to the left and the complaint raised against him by a supposed whistleblower, Trump participated in a phone call with the Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, in which he asked the foreign government to look into and investigate the former vice president and current 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden, as well as his son, Hunter Biden.
However, neither the call’s transcript nor the testimony of the president confirms this theory. Nevertheless, the leftist agenda must be placated, and so the House Intelligence Committee has begun an investigation into the matter.
But with each passing day and week, it seems their case is falling apart.
First, it was noted that the whistleblower has been in contact with House Intelligence Committee Chairman Representative Adam Schiff and his office before the actual complaint was filed.
Secondly, it was found out that both the whistleblower and the whistleblower’s attorney, who was recommended by Schiff’s office and is a former Obama attorney, are biased against Trump.
And now, it seems that bias, at least on the part of the whistleblower’s attorney Mark Zaid, has even more reason to be believed.
In fact, there is recent evidence that Zaid is not only wholly anti-Trump but has been looking for ways to get rid of him since January 20, 2019.
He tweeted once, in July of 2017, “Since Jan 20th, I would much rather be in Canada. What a great country!” And he continued, “We’ll be great again when @realDonaldTrump leaves.”
I don’t think you can get much more biased than that.
But then his tweets only get worse.
He wrote later that same day, “It’s very scary. We will get rid of him, and this country is strong enough to survive even him and his supporters. We have to.”
And while he implies and actually comes straight out and says that they plan to get rid of him. He fails to mention how.
For that, we have to look at the non-profit he co-founded that same year. It’s called Whistleblower Aid, and according to the organization’s website, it was designed to make it easier “for whistleblowers to expose wrongdoing without breaking the law or incurring criminal liability.”
The website also states that “whistleblowers are our last line of defense” and that they are “more important than ever.”
Now, this sounds like it could be a good thing, except for all the overly dramatic talk about whistleblowers being our “last line of defense” and all. But then when we take a look at the organization’s campaign ads we are given a much more sinister picture.
Instead of referring to companies and corporations where most whistleblowing is done, the ads make it clear that these whistleblowers are coming from the government. The ads are only featured on mobile billboards, metro trains, and stationary places that surround major government buildings like the CIA’s headquarters and the White House.
Yeah, I’d say there is something fishy about all of this for sure.
Just to clear up any question about his being biased or wanting to figure out how to get Trump out, now we have a second whistleblower who Zaid and his organization is representing. However, both have pretty much had their credibility thrown out the window.
It seems the only good thing about Zaid and his posse is that they are persistent and don’t seem to give up hope; however, ill-fated it may be.