The Bright Side of the Blue Puddle
The blue wave that the hostile mainstream media and the Democrats predicted for more than a year turned out to be more of a blue puddle at the end of the day. That’s a good thing for America.
While it’s certainly a gut punch to have the corrupt and inept Nancy Pelosi in the Speaker of the House chair for the next two years, it’s not the end of the world. Here are some silver-lining takeaways from the 2018 midterm elections.
Jeff Sessions Is Out
We now know that the “Russian collusion” fairytale was entirely hatched in the fevered imaginations of the Hillary Clinton campaign. The entire story was a Clinton campaign hit piece against Donald Trump, based on no factual information whatsoever, with not a shred of evidence to support it.
The only reason this Energizer bunny farce of an investigation has kept going and going and going is because Attorney General Jeff Sessions foolishly recused himself from the case.
This entire miscarriage of justice could have been wrapped up a year and a half ago, if only President Trump had a real Attorney General overseeing Mueller.
Instead, Obama’s Harvard buddy Rod Rosenstein has been aiding and abetting the Deep State Clinton cabal in hamstringing President Trump’s agenda for almost two years.
With Jeff Sessions resigning the day after the midterms, it opens up some interesting new possibilities. Sessions’ Chief of Staff, Andrew Whitaker, will temporarily be overseeing the Mueller witch hunt.
This is great news for the time being, because Whitaker is no friend of Robert Mueller and no fan of the investigation.
Pro-American patriot Kris Kobach lost his bid for Kansas Governor on Tuesday. He could be an interesting choice to replace Jeff Sessions, because Kobach is wildly opposed to rampant illegal immigration (like Sessions) – but had no ties to the Trump campaign.
He’d lay the smackdown on Mueller’s phony investigation in a heartbeat and then Trump could move on with his agenda.
Democrats Paid a Price for Their Kavanaugh Shenanigans
Republicans may have narrowly lost the House, but the voters sent a punishing message to the Democrats over their shabby and dishonest treatment of Supreme Court Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Mitch McConnell has a vote stronghold to continue remaking the federal court system.
By the end of his presidency, Trump will likely have appointed two more conservative judges to the Supreme Court, thanks to the GOP stronghold in the Senate now. How do you like them apples? This will have a lasting positive effect on America for a lot of years to come.
Not only that, but two of the three women who lied about Brett Kavanaugh are now facing federal perjury charges. Hopefully, the justice system will throw the book at them and they’ll serve some jail time for their lies.
Democrats have gotten away scot-free too many times with their fake, “Oh, gee, I just remembered at the last moment that this awful, highly-prominent Republican raped me a few decades ago” stunt too many times.
If they get sent to jail, hopefully women will think twice the next time Dianne Feinstein calls them up and asks them for a “little favor.”
Pelosi’s Not as Powerful as She Thinks
Nothing that comes out of the House of Representatives for the next two years will get Trump’s signature on it until after the Democrats compromise with Republicans.
Gridlock is actually good for the country, because it effectively puts the establishment Republicans and Democrats in a Mexican standoff with each other. (Are we still allowed to say, “Mexican standoff?” Probably not. Oh, well.)
The reason why we all get so up worked up about midterm elections is because the federal government is too big and wields too much power over our private lives. The big fear of your own party losing in the midterms is really, “Oh, no, what’s the government going to do to me if my side loses?”
That’s not exactly what the Founders had in mind. If Pelosi and her coalition of kooks tries to run any farther to the left, it will only ensure that the 2020 Trumpslide will be that much bigger – and that Republicans will win back the House by an even wider margin than before.