In 1969, psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross wrote that there are five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. Fifty years later, anti-Trump journalists have been experiencing the first four simultaneously since Wednesday (July 24, 2019), when former Special Counsel Robert Mueller testified before two House committees. The Trump-hating media can’t come to terms with the final stage – acceptance of their grief. And that will elude them even if President Trump is reelected and stays in the White House until 2025.
Journalists wrote and broadcast countless stories saying Hillary Clinton would defeat Trump in the 2016 presidential election. Many have never been able to accept Trump’s victory. They were counting on Mueller to overturn the election results by giving Congress clear and convincing evidence that would lead to Trump’s impeachment and removal from office.
On Wednesday, those hopes were dashed. Even though many in the media can’t stand Trump, their reaction to Mueller’s testimony was somewhere between downbeat and outright mockery.
However, the House Judiciary Committee, led by Jerry Nadler is suing to get grand jury information contained in the Mueller report. Nadler is doing more to damage this country, our Constitution, our national security, domestic policy by spending every waking hour trying to burden, obstruct, undermine, and destroy this president and our constitution. According to Mark Levin, "he’s obsessed.” It is time for Nadler, his committee, the House of Representatives, the DNC, but especially the country to move on. Hillary lost. Trump won. PERIOD.
This weekend (July, 2019) politics took another ugly turn. Beginning yesterday and continuing today, Trump sent a series of tweets blamingCummings for poverty in his district. Trump’s attacks on Cummings quickly drew criticism that he was once again trafficking in racist stereotypes. “Cumming[s'] District is a disgusting, rat and rodent infested mess. If he spent more time in Baltimore, maybe he could help clean up this very dangerous & filthy place,” Trump tweeted, before calling for an investigation into why Baltimore received so much federal funding.
Cummings, the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, responded Sunday by declaring he has "no doubt" that Trump is racist.
Contact information for Jerry Nadler:
Address: 2138 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515
Contact Information for Elijah Cummings:
Address: 2163 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: 202 225 4741
Email: https://cummings.house.gov/zip-code-lookup?form=/contact/email Use one of these zip codes: 20701 20723 20759 20763
Contact Information for Adam Schiff:
Address: 2269 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
Here is an email you can copy and paste:
As am American citizen, I am weary of all of the talk about obstruction, collusion, and racism. These words are becoming increasingly hollow.
On the other hand, I am worried about several issues for which you were elected to fix: border security, immigration, infrastructure, healthcare, to name a few. I am asking you to stop the obfuscation, to stop the name calling and to start doing what you were elected to do: Legislate. It is time to move on. Please do something to fix our great nation instead of trying to destroy the Presidency. I am very concerned that you are more concerned with taking down Trump, then you are about legislating on my behalf.
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