WSJ spits on the Deplorables, asks Trump to resign!

Apparently Rupert Murdoch really doesn’t like the common people of America, nor our leader — Donald Trump.

After unleashing Fox News on traditional American conservatives during the last six months, Murdoch has now sicced his Wall Street Journal on us as well.

In a truly disgusting and arrogant editorial, the Journal has implored President Trump to resign to avoid the shame of being impeached a second time.

Shame? Hell no, it’s a badge of honor to be impeached by this brigade of communists in the House of Representatives.

The Journal’s editorial is titled “Donald Trump’s Final Days,” which sounds more like a wish for his death than a discussion of his political fate.

So what did Trump do that so outraged the fake conservatives at the Wall Street Journal?

“… on Wednesday the leader of the executive branch incited a crowd to march on the legislative branch. The express goal was to demand that Congress and Vice President Mike Pence reject electors from enough states to deny Mr. Biden an Electoral College victory. When some in the crowd turned violent and occupied the Capitol, the President caviled and declined for far too long to call them off. When he did speak, he hedged his plea with election complaint.

“This was an assault on the constitutional process of transferring power after an election. It was also an assault on the legislature from an executive sworn to uphold the laws of the United States. This goes beyond merely refusing to concede defeat. In our view it crosses a constitutional line that Mr. Trump hasn’t previously crossed. It is impeachable.”

This is idiotic reasoning, and really doesn’t justify a response, but since it seems to be the talking point of both establishment Republicans and communist Democrats, I guess we have no choice but to explain reality to these morons.

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First of all, President Trump did not incite anyone to do anything. He spoke at a rally that had assembled to support his effort to prove election fraud in the US Congress later that day. It was the people who were demanding action, not Trump. His speech was low key compared to those of the Deplorables who preceded him.

All along, the rally was scheduled to conclude with a march to the Capitol, which Trump acknowledged. He did not encourage anyone to break the law or to become violent, but rather to exercise the First Amendment rights of free speech, assembly and petitioning the government for redress of grievances.

This was NOT “an assault on the constitutional process of transferring power after an election.” It was rather an entirely constitutional process to object to what were considered irregularly certified electoral votes from states that did not follow the Constitution themselves. Raising such objections is certainly NOT impeachable.

Whoever entered the Capitol illegally did so on their own, not through any encouragement by President Trump. They should be found and prosecuted, but Trump wasn’t one of them.

Of course, the Journal high-handedly offers President Trump an alternative to avoid the ignominy of being the first president to be impeached twice. Why not just resign 13 days before the end of your term, they suggest!

Hell no! There is no way in the world that Donald Trump would quit and make way for the fake harmony and reconciliation that comes from obeisance to Joe Biden — the pawn of the Chinese Communist Party.

So let them bring on their impeachment, and with it the end of any pretense that we still live in a democratic republic! If they want a Civil War, that should do the trick.


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9 Replies to “WSJ spits on the Deplorables, asks Trump to resign!”

  1. I agree completely with Frank concerning President Trump’s efforts to stop the electoral cheating with his efforts. AS for the WSJ, after about 50 years of having a subscription, I cancelled it yesterday. Those who are the never-Trumpeters with WSJ are now showing their yellow colors! RLS

  2. The destruction of Trump, his supporters and a number of our rights is in critical condition, in fact almost dead. Yesterday the bad guys put a stake through the heart of the MAGA movement. The msm,democrat,media mob will hound Trump forever because they hate what he stands for. In other words our side got a severe beating and I only hope the MAGA dream survives. Trump is a true American Patriot who loves this country. One of the greats of history for our time……

  3. My earlier reply to, “will Pence support Trump?”, fits here also:

    Thinking doesn’t matter any more; the freedom loving patriot has been out-thunk by the tyrannical communist.
    Endless rhetoric has gutted our constitutional liberties.
    All that matters now – who wins the war!?

    Label them anyway you want; socialist, communist, democracy, new world order, deep state, democrat, republican –
    their end game is the same – enslave and control us. They sabotaged our peaceful demonstration to support congress exposing election fraud!

    Without our Constitution we are history…… Rome just one of many.

    PLEASE! Reread my reply above.

  4. The peaceful demonstration was absolutely sabotaged, as many of Mr. Miele’s writers have said (freedomferst). Many of us have asked where the FBI stands on following the money. Who paid for bus loads of people dressed in black to knock people around at every gathering? Who paid for the bus loads of people “in masks” – obviously not Trump supporters for the most part, with faux Trump paraphernalia? These agitators are being paid to disrupt and destroy. They take their orders from democrat socialists. It is a sad day when the brains of Democrats like AOC and Pelosi outshine the brains of the Republican leaders. But like the Covington boys, the Trump supporters will be blamed and the truth of the agitators will not come out for a long time. End of our democracy? Ask the Lincoln project Steve Schwartz who, with Rick whatever, have threatened the PGA not to use Trump golf courses. Or ask Michelle Obama who has risen so high that she is demanding that “big tech” silence President Trump. Oh. My. God.
    Where does she come off saying unAmerican stuff like that?
    Joe Morrisco
    Bedminster NJ

  5. I watch “The Journal” on Fox with Paul gigot but have been disheartened with the guy who used to go on shepherd Smith’s Fox show often enough where I noticed a pattern: hate Trump. You are right about the erosion of any support Wall Street Journal has for America values. I can hear Dan Henninger and not go crazy, and Kim Strassel is certainly the voice of reason, but the former political sycophants who are now spread out on broadcast news really outweigh and outshout the voices which are not liberal. Rupert almost died about three years ago. It was hushed up, but his sons took the reins. Rupert was our last hope. But married to Mick Jagger’s ex-common law wife, Jerry Hall, has given Rupert more things to think about than running the only successful conservative media empire. Now it is almost the same as CNN and the New York times. Rupert should be so proud of James (supposedly not connected with the media part) and Lachlan. They are not special any more. They are just the same as CNN and the Cuomo Boys.

    Joe Morrisco
    Bedminster NJ 07921

  6. One of the biggest favors Trump did for us was to take us along on his journey to expose the creepy critters in the Swamp. WSJ is just one of the last in an endless line. Going forward we must hang on to the parts of the MAGA dream that speak to us personally then, like Rick, shun the media monsters & their minions that continue to spew their mindless vomit, seek trustworthy, alternative news sources, and use every opportunity to share the truth we find with others. History has proved that such resistance helps win wars.

  7. As Nancy McGunagle said, we should shun the distorted news and “seek trustworthy news sources.” That’s why I am especially grateful to Frank Miele’s Heartland Diary USA. “Heartland”The gives me hope, but people who have been given pass after pass by a democrat liberal run media seem to be winning. In the old days graft exhibited by Hillary’s pay for play schemes with her Clinton Foundation would have had the IRS all over it.
    She lucked out with Trump leaving and the help she got because the majority of the republicans are gone! Graft like Joe and Hunter Biden & Co., would have had news media unturning every stone. If it were a republican. Joe’s China leanings at the expense of the American people would initiate an oversight committees which would be biting at the bit the bring to light the facts. How lucky that AOC will be head of the oversight committee now. She who has had campaign finance issues. Perfectly acceptable by democrat party corrupt politicians. Eric Swallwell tweeting that people who supported Trump in questioning the electoral vote should leave office. God these people are unbelievable. Whatever they accuse their opponents of doing, they have done ten times worse. But why are we grimacing? They get away with it all. And Biden’s careless racist remarks – the obama one is the best – which were noted by kamalla, are usually indefensible, unless you want a stand-in president who will docilely step aside for when the Democrat party machinery decides it is time to let the “victim” take the presidency – you know, the one who dropped into a baby voice at a campaign debate and whined, “that little girl was me.” God give me strength.

    Joe Morrisco
    Bedminster NJ 07921

  8. Let’s look at the law:


    “Whoever incites, sets on foot, assists, or engages in any rebellion or insurrection against the authority of the United States or the laws thereof, or gives aid or comfort thereto, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.”

    Did NOT President Trump stand with, and applaud Rudy’s “LET’S GIVE THEM TRIAL BY COMBAT!” comment, THEN, DIRECT them to the capital AND after The Destruction of Public Property (A felony) give comfort to these domestic enemies of the people’s government, by saying; “I love you, … (and) …you are special people!” IS THIS NOT ASSISSTING?
    His delaying of the calling in of the request of Florida’s Gov.’s request for the National Guard during a riot?


    Why not call this Column what it is: “Sycophants for Trump” (Who apparently cannot distinguish a communist from a socialist from a Democratic Socialist! Inevitably, instead of THINKING ABOUT WHAT I AM POINTING OUT, I will get labeled as the enemy, attacked in some other way, or the subject will be changed to something else…these are the tactics of those that think from the threatened part of our brains…helpful when there is truly an immediate physical threat, but the worst part to think from when we are trying to assess whether we have been duped by a person w. authoritarian tendencies, or not. or when making public policy!)

    Oh, and there is ALSO this:

    18 U.S. Code § 2384 – Seditious conspiracy
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    If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof, they shall each be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both.


    Psychological Flexibility is best for Your Families! : )

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