Tamara Shealey expanded her national political segment this week because she wanted to speak more extensively on the Mueller Report. The panel discussion is well worth a listen.
Discussing the Mueller Report
I pointed out that now that the Mueller Report is out, it is time for Congress, specifically Democrats, to act quickly and decisively. I pointed out that it is politically dangerous that Justin Amash, a Republican from Michigan was to the left of Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats.
For some time I have been advising that Democrats engage the citizenry on bread and butter issues. I was not advising against investigating but I did not want Democrats and Progressives to fall into an obsession with impeaching a corrupt president at the expense of taking care of the people.
Now that the preliminary investigation is over and makes a compelling case for impeachment, it is clear to me now that a quick impeachment is in order.
Democrats continue their timidity. Joy-Ann Reid provided a great perspective of the fallacy that has them more fearful of Donald Trump's base than their own.
Whether the Senate convicts or not is immaterial as Congress would have done its constitutional job. The Presidential campaign must continue on poor and middle-class centric issues.
Later in the discussion, we postulated that the Democratic hesitancy to impeach the president has more to do with the party favoring a rightward move. How can likely the most corrupt president continue to hold on to near-unanimous Republican Party support and maintain a Democratic Establishment at bay? Could it be that until it is clear that an acceptable Democrat is on a glide path he is kept whole?
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