Dem Impeachment Push Flounders – IOTW Report

Dem Impeachment Push Flounders

Last evening, House Intelligence Chairman, Adam Schiff announced that there may not be a full vote for impeachment. This was confirmed by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who stated that the formal vote on  impeachment authorization has been delayed. Here

Meanwhile both Vice President Mike Pence and legal council to the president, Rudy Giuliani both announced their refusal to cooperate with the House democrat’s impeachment effort. Here

Meme of Dems’ sinking prospects Here

24 Comments on Dem Impeachment Push Flounders

  1. This impeachment pile of crap will keep swirling around the toilet bowl until it self-flushes, then they’ll just create something else to cause obstruction.

  2. Too many House Democrats in red states ≡ insufficient votes ≡ so make the hearings secret ≡ don’t divulge the whistleblowers ≡ leave your coup attempt ‘an out’ hoping if you do, you won’t lose the House in 2020.

    Is this possible?

  3. Did Schiff come to this conclusion after conferring with whistleblower # 11? I hope everybody remembers this come the next mid-terms.


    Flounder and Schiff
    Straight from the Bay

    Lunch Music:
    Atlantic Waters
    A Piano Play
    A Symphony of Shallow

  5. Founder, damnit, flounder swim in the sea, not sink in it.
    Sorry, pet peeve.
    Foundering, heading straight to the bottom, like the Pequod.

  6. Nancy’s caucus knows the optics.

    The Democrats representing the districts Trump won realized they were lied to by the leadership and there aren’t any grounds for impeachment. They aren’t going to take one for the party, and why should they? They weren’t in Congress when all the corruption, which the Democrats are desperately trying to hide, took place, Nancy doesn’t have the votes.

    If I was one of them, I would read the tea leaves, and switch parties.

  7. Dysfunction Junction, what’s your function?
    No, really, what is it you assholes actually DO for the people paying your fucking salaries?

  8. Well, if there’s not going to be an impeachment, then there won’t be any need for any blower performances.

    No need for blower performances, means no need to meet the blowers.

    No need to meet the blowers, means random Columbian robberies gone wrong are just random Columbian street violence.

    Nothing to see, here. Move along.

  9. @CC October 16, 2019 at 1:31 pm

    > No, really, what is it you assholes actually DO for the people paying your fucking salaries?

    Tell the proles “They’re in charge. Their vote matters. Peaceful change within the system is possible. As long as they work at it. Now, get back to work. Somebody who’s never been elected, who can never be fired, needs a new pair of Bruno Maglis.”

    So Joe can lay on the couch. Until it’s time for his next shift. Everything’s being handled by top men. Top. Men.

  10. “Too many House Democrats in red states…”

    Funny you should mention that, Jimmy. I just received a text:

    “Enough hearings. Enough investigations. Let Rep. McBath know you stand with President Trump right now at 202-335-4391”

    Lucy McBath is the carpet-bagging Democrat lady who flipped my district last November. As far as her public persona, she is polar opposite of AOC. Lucy has been laying low this past year. Looks like Trump is raising her profile.

  11. old_oaks OCTOBER 16, 2019 AT 1:19 PM
    “AOC is worried that if we put sanctions on Turkey, there will be no Thanksgiving.”

    …well, tell her that Hamburg is under no sanctions, so there’s still a main-course fallback…

  12. @Ishmael –

    flounder (
    [ floun-der ]
    verb (used without object)
    to struggle with stumbling or plunging movements (usually followed by about, along, on, through, etc.): He saw the child floundering about in the water.
    to struggle clumsily or helplessly: He floundered helplessly on the first day of his new job.

    founder (
    [ foun-der ]
    verb (used without object)
    (of a ship, boat, etc.) to fill with water and sink.
    to fall or sink down, as buildings, ground, etc.: Built on a former lake bed, the building has foundered nearly ten feet.
    to become wrecked; fail utterly: The project foundered because public support was lacking.
    verb (used with object)
    to cause to fill with water and sink: Rough seas had foundered the ship in mid-ocean.
    Veterinary Pathology. to cause (a horse) to break down, go lame, or suffer from laminitis.

  13. @Ishmael – flounder; verb – struggle or stagger helplessly or clumsily ・ struggle mentally; show or feel great confusion. ・as a verb, to flounder is to wobble around like a fish out of water.
    :noun – a bottom dwelling flat fish with both eyes on one side of its head. And who can deny the nutjob dems are bottom feeding one sided creatures. Either definition or analogy fits them and their self chosen situation.

    Hopefully the end result that follows is they do founder and sink to the bottom out of sight forever like the Pequod. Sunk by their Captain Ahab like fanatical mission & obsession to kill the Great White Whale, by their obsession & fanatical mission to destroy the Great Orange Man. Their hatred robbing them of all caution, common sense and decent behavior.

  14. @Ishmael: I used to catch flounder. When I’d land one in the bottom of my boat, they would flounder around until I hit ’em on the head with my fish bonker (old Navy billy club suitable for clubbing Democrats). Then they would just lie there and be a flounder (looking like a botoxed Nancy). Then, they’d be frying in butter, and then in my mouth where they would cease being flounder.

    Alas, I’m not doing any fishing these days. *sigh*

    (Being newly retired, you could say I’m both floundering and foundering.)

  15. Reelect these leftists and it will not matter that they didn’t support impeachment now. They will vote with Nanny Puff immediately after they are (hopefully not) reelected.

  16. Merriam-Webster
    Despite the fact that flounder is a relatively common English verb, its origins in the language remain obscure. It is thought that it may be an alteration of an older verb, founder. To founder is to become disabled, to give way or collapse, or to come to grief or to fail. In the case of a waterborne vessel, to founder is to sink. The oldest of these senses of founder, “to become disabled,” was also used, particularly in reference to a horse and its rider, for the act of stumbling violently or collapsing. It may have been this sense of founder that later appeared in altered form as flounder in the sense of “to stumble.”


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