The rules should be the same on both sides of the impeachment

Speaker Nancy Pelosi
Speaker Nancy Pelosi

During the impeachment charade of the Democrat controlled Congress, everything was treated very mysteriously including keeping the name of the main accuser—AKA the whistleblower, who we call the Democrat Snitch hidden under the skirt of Nancy Pelosi to cover his indiscretion, evil behavior and lack of decency and respect for every single person in this nation — a secret.
Democrats have been playing all the most despicable tricks in the book of indecency, but they are still playing more games and it’s time the Republicans bring out and use the same currency.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Monday that he was not ruling out calling witnesses in President Donald Trump’s impeachment — but indicated he was in no hurry to seek new testimony either — as lawmakers remain at an impasse over the form of the trial by the GOP-controlled Senate.
Whatever the Republicans are planning to do during their turn with the Senate impeachment they should treat it in the same manner that the Nancy Pelosi clan treated it during their turn, playing the game of hiding everything, with no chance of the other side getting in even a sneak peek.
“We haven’t ruled out witnesses,” McConnell said Monday in an interview with “Fox and Friends.” “We’ve said let’s handle this case just like we did with President Clinton. Fair is fair.”
The Clinton impeachment as well as the Richard Nixon impeachment happened a long time ago when the Senate and the Congress of the United States used to act with a little, maybe very little, but more decency and respect as a group of politicians.
“Let’s put it like this: If there are no documents and no witnesses, it will be very hard to come to an agreement,” Schumer said. So what happened to the documents and witnesses during the Nancy Pelosi show in Congress?
Republicans should not allow the Democrats to keep running the show as they did in Congress; Republicans should learn to keep their mouths shut and keep their witnesses unnamed just as the Pelosi Democrat clan kept their witness(es) and their whistleblower in complete secrecy.
Then if they don’t like it, well it is just too bad. (If it’s good for them to do to Trump’s team, then…)
It is a fact that the Democrats do not have a single competitive name among all the candidates they have running for president. Many of them are too young and have nothing in their record to show what they have done or can do for the nation; others are too old and in all their “years of service” have done nothing worth noting to show in their favor as public servants.
Democrats spend all their time attacking President Trump with innuendos and gossiping like they are high school teenagers, while acting more like kindergarten children than the representatives that their respective constituents chose them to be, to speak and fight for their rights and their benefits; they should be ashamed of themselves.
We at Las Vegas Tribune are consistent in our efforts to expose corruption and tell the truth—even if many times we do come out a little late we come out with the truth regardless of who is telling that truth.
We have been consistent in our belief in President Donald Trump; we believe in him, we believe in what he is doing and how he is making our country great again.
We are proud to be the first newspaper since 2015 in the nation to endorse and support President Donald Trump.
Senators Lindsey Graham and Mitch McConnell are talking too much; they need to keep quiet about their game plan, playing the same game the Democrats played during Congress’s impeachment.
The House voted Wednesday (two weeks ago) to impeach Trump, who became only the third president in U.S. history to be formally charged with “high crimes and misdemeanors.” But the Senate trial may be held up until lawmakers can agree on how to proceed. Whatever the Republicans are planning to do during their turn with the Senate impeachment they should keep it quiet, playing it very close to the vest just as the Nancy Pelosi clan did during their turn at bat. We got to see them playing a most despicable game of hiding all the players from everyone. And they got away with it.
Fortunately, we are not obligated to anyone about what to write or not write in our paper; our advertisers do not tell us who to attack or who to defend, no thanks to former Nevada Senator Harry Reid who told people not to advertise with us. If he couldn’t deter us in any way, nobody can.
We stand on our own two feet and we stand for Trump.

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