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Sitting on the strata of age every once in a while, something makes you say, "wow"! Adam Schiff restoreth my soul. Taking the early lead in the house impeachment, Schiff worked diligently while his opponent tweets out insults and crude remarks. The house subpoenas documents and the Mob boss thumbs his nose. The house calls witnesses and the Mob boss tweets out more insults and stomps his feet and says "No!" The house holds impeachment hearings and the Mob boss fires off more insults and poor Me's. Throughout all of this, step by step, page by page Adam Schiff has been dotting every I and crossing every t.

Slowly, while the rogue Elephant tweets playing cowboy in the China shop a case is being made. A case which will last longer than our lifetimes. The case against Donald John Trump is airtight in motive and execution. Never ever has there been a case of a President caught redder handed doing corrupt things for such corrupt purposes. Jesus Christ! We've had President's steal before or try to help their buddies cash in. But this is selling out the country to generate A BIG FAT LIE. To try and pull the wool over all of us to make suckers out of us all. The rubes, idiots and the little people will never know the difference!

Arrogance personified the Teflon Don with his Soprano gang laugh it all off, it's all a big joke. I might even suspend my golf game for a couple of weeks just to make it look good, you know, for the little people. And now the Mob boss is caught in a trap. The case against him is real and towering and maybe for the first time in his adult life Donald John Trump is pinned to the mat by none other than Adam Schiff. This Shakespearean tragedy unfolds before us as Senate Republicans become a quivering mass treed by the circling of the howling wolves of public opinion. A case laid out so succinctly that history won't see it with Partisan eyes. This event is "To Kill a Mockingbird", there's a great injustice going on here. History will see only the facts and the actions of Senate Republicans and the actions of Adam Schiff.

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David, Thank you for putting into words what I felt, when I listened to Adam Schiff summarize the evidence and turn to the subject of "intentions." His passionate explanation of what the evidence presented actually means, brought tears to my eyes, and I found myself shouting "Schiff for President."

I am exhausted from listening to the endless spin by those 'howling wolves' on the truth of what is unfolding, of what the brilliant Adam Schiff is doing. His Speech Goes Viral, Delighting the Left and Enraging the Right, who are scandalizing and minimizing in endless repetition this important Congressional duty, as if it is some MSM media event. "Some were moved to tears while others saw a 'wild -eyed nut" but truth will prevail. The future will judge!

A public used to endless punditry, drowning in words do not listen to top law experts or historians as they say--one and all-- THIS is an historical moment that will impact the future of the presidency. THIS is about law, not politics. This is about accountability. and a dire warning

Of course it is about character. The character of Trump is well known... President Trump made 16,241 false or misleading claims in his first three years twice as many false or misleading claims in 2019 as he did in 2017 and 2018 combined. His failed businesses and cheating on everything, including his wives and everything he touches is well known. His admiration of autocrats, dictators and mobster attorneys like Roy Cohen, is well known.

But the character of Mitch McConnell has also been revealed -- by his own behavior, and no amount of spin will change the verdict of history as he made a mockery of the congressional duty outlined in the Constitution.

The character of his GOP 'mob' is well -known, as they lie and howl endlessly, the falsehood that it is the election which decides whether to eject an incompetent , dangerous president.

No, it is not.

BTW: I 'taught' the book To Kill A Mockingbird", using it to look at how drama unfolds in a story, to look at racism, but also as a way to look at the Constitution, even as my humanities colleague taught the history of that document and why it was so unique.

Putting it all together is something teachers do when presenting complex ideas. I remember Gregory Peck summing up the case he was presenting. As I listened to Senator Schiff, I too, remembered that summary... and the view "There goes a great man!"

Adam Schiff did this, as did Jeffries, Nadler and the house managers.

"Give America a fair trial, she's worth it!"

Submitted on Sunday, Jan 26, 2020 at 5:14:48 PM

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