Folks I posted the following the other day. The article written in McClatchy tells me that my analysis was very accurate!
All of this has one intended target 🎯! That is our President. They realize that he is getting stronger and stronger each and every day. The Economy is on its way and there is absolutely nothing that is going to stop it. Once the trade deals are renegotiated, you are talking about 4% to 5% GDP annually. The Senate is set up for Republicans to have 55 to 58 Republicans after 2018. There is nothing the current a Senate can do to stop that reality.
Come this summer he gets to replace another SC Justice when Kennedy retires. Ruth Ginsburb could literally pass away at any point. ISIS is being destroyed, North Korea 🇰🇵 is showing signs that the end is near. Saudi Arabia 🇸🇦 is cleaning up their house which is destroying the money for terrorist and dirty politicians. Iran 🇮🇷 has been put on notice by our President and the GCC.
All of this guarantees another four years. The one thing they believe that can take him out is more allegations during the lead up to the 2020 reelection campaign. That is the ultimate target 🎯. Every one that has to pay is collateral damage.
From the article written above:
Democrats called Al Franken’s behavior unacceptable, returned his campaign donations, and hinted that — absent a satisfying explanation in response to a sexual harassment allegation — they’d eventually demand he resign.
Their attacks have been especially sharp recently, dwelling on the litany of sexual assault allegations against President Donald Trump and, more recently, the accusations that Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore once sexually assaulted children.
That movement has also caused some Democrats to rethink past support of their onetime leader, Bill Clinton. Accusations of sexual assault against the former president are not new but, to some, are now seen in a new light.
But some Republicans warn that the allegations against Franken don’t change the subject away from the GOP’s own problems with sexual harassment. Instead, as more allegations come out against politicians on both sides of the aisle, accusations that plagued Trump as a candidate are taking on renewed significance.
“With all of the Republicans pounding on Al Franken to resign because of this story, it really does open up the question of, well, then, what about Donald Trump?” said Charlie Sykes, a veteran conservative commentator and former Wisconsin talk radio show host. “If we believe all of the other women in all of the other cases, why do we not believe the women that accused him?”
During the presidential campaign, Trump faced multiple accusations of sexual harassment, and he was caught on what is remembered as the “Access Hollywood” tape, in which he could be heard bragging about grabbing women by their genitals.
Trump faced serious political blowback at the time, but managed to survive as other campaign events ultimately overshadowed those remarks before Election Day. But in the #metoo moment, those past accusations may be due for a new reckoning, Sykes said.
“Republicans thought they had immunized themselves on Moore by saying, ‘if true, he needs to go,’ then that changed to, ‘well, we do believe the women,’” Sykes said.
And, certainly, Republican senators have strongly condemned Moore.
“Now the question becomes, if we believe the women who are accusing Moore, Franken, Harvey Weinstein, Louis C.K., why do we not believe the women who accused Donald Trump? And this now becomes a problem for all of the Republicans who decided to back him after ‘Access Hollywood,’” Sykes said