I’ve often wondered how it is that Democrat politicians are able to so casually defend one of their own against claims they possess the very same character traits that they routinely use in their attempts to smear and/or slander Republicans, as well as anyone else who disagrees with them. For instance, it was just this past Wednesday that a Democrat congressman took to the floor of the House and, in a speech to those House members present, proceeded to say that the next president of the United States is a bigot, a demagogue, a liar, a sexual predator as well as a con artist. True or not similar things that were also said about ‘Slick Willy’ Clinton and yet he was staunchly defended by Democrats. So who was this individual who thought it so appropriate to say such things? Rep. Ruben Gallego, who during his little rant from the House floor at the end of the day’s proceedings, claimed that President-elect Donald Trump could not be treated like any other politician or like any other Republican.
And it was then that this sleazy little shit who went on to say, “Because he is not. Trump represents something much more dangerous.” And then this dolt went on to say, “While none of us want to be in this case, we have a duty to treat him like the threat that he is – a threat to our values, a threat to our people, and a threat to our national identity.” Gallego noted that Trump is 70 years old, and he said it was unrealistic to expect him to change and then proceeded to call Trump, in turn, a “sexual predator,” “a demagogue,” “a bigot,” “a liar” and a “con artist.” I am curious about one thing though, how is it that this hypocrite, Mr. Gallego, would choose to describe his candidate in this most recent presidential election? What words would he use in describing someone who exposed an untold amount of our nation’s classified information to a yet undetermined number of those who are clearly adversaries of this nation?
This boob, Gallego, said Trump would not be an ordinary president. He said, “Rather than helping him protect the country, we must protect the country from the new president.” After further criticism of Trump’s actions, policies, business activities, and transition-related controversies, Gallego concluded by saying many shared the “fervent hope” that the president-elect does not govern the same way as he has campaigned. He said, “Here in Congress, however, we cannot afford to give him that benefit of the doubt. We must not lift a finger to help him scam our country.” And then he finally added, “We must instead put every effort into stopping him.” Gallego, is a former member of the Arizona House of Representatives and was elected to the U.S. Congress in 2014. And oddly enough this guy is also supposed to be an ex-Marine and Iraq War veteran, which likely explains how he ended up on the House Armed Services Committee.
And then we had yet another Democrat, Rep. Mike Quigley, who also took to the House floor and proceeded to make his claim that Donald Trump’s policy ideas will expose “billions world-wide to loss of life” and will “imperil the unique and fragile ecosystems that make the United States a wonder of the world.” And it was also from the House floor, this past Wednesday, that Quigley chose to criticize Trump’s suggestions of pulling out of the Paris Agreement on ‘climate change’ and suggesting the creation of new coal jobs. It was this same moron who said, “As we stand here today, representatives from 195 nations, including our own, are meeting in Morocco to discuss how the world will move forward to implement the historic Paris Agreement forged last December.” And I have no doubt that this clown is one of those who enthusiastically agrees with John Kerry-Heinz in describing ‘climate change’ as being more of a threat to America than is Islamic terror.
Quigley said, “Yet, in that same one-year span, the President-Elect used his campaign for our country’s highest office to promote policy ideas that would not only pollute the planet, but expose millions of Americans and billions world- wide to loss of life, livelihood, and property.” And this then genius went on to say, “If these dangerous ideas are put into action, they will imperil the unique and fragile ecosystems that make the United States a wonder of the world.” Among the ideas Quigley focused on was the suggestion of creating jobs in the coal industry. He said, “We’ve heard talk about bringing back coal and creating new coal jobs like it is flipping a switch. The fact is, though, that the economic decline in the coal industry and in coal communities is driven by market forces, not government policy.” He added, “Climate change is real, it is happening, and it is man-made. The science is settled with 97% of climate scientists in strong, steadfast agreement.”
Such false, and patently idiotic, accusations tell us far more about these accusers than the one whom they are now so busy attacking. The vile comments made, and blatant told, by these two rabid ideologues really have no place in Congress, and they should, but probably won’t, be reprimanded for making them. Both these men are really a piece of work. A couple of veritable crybabies about whom I’m quite sure their constituents are very proud. They’re throwing a temper tantrum for no other reason than because their candidate lost. It’s behavior typical of those on the immature left, where the only thing they know is to lash out wildly in hope they make something land. Sorry guys, but the state-controlled media has been doing that for over a year now, with no, or very limited, success. You won't do any better. You may, however, find yourself out a job come next election cycle. And wouldn’t be so very fitting.