Meghan Markle harbors serious ambitions to run for president of the United States, according to a report.
“We have been set up, America. The Queen has sent her over to reclaim the colonies. Damn…just when we were all getting along so peacefully…..with BLM and all their ‘mostly peaceful’ burning, destruction, looting, murder and riots.”
Pelosi now says she’s not considering a fresh round of impeachment charges against President Trump as a tool to delay a Supreme Court confirmation vote. She told reporters Thursday, “I don’t think he’s worth the trouble at this point.”
What the Wicked Witch with the Gavel is not telling you is: Just in case Basement Biden is erroneously elected, she must get HIS Articles of Impeachment prepared. In their world of fantasy, Biden will be inaugurated (in their dreams) on January 20, 2021.
Pelosi must get her Democrat clowns all dressed and ready for her next circus act. She also has to buy Jerry Nadler some new pants since his little accident. With a little luck, she can use the twenty-fifth amendment and have Joe Biden checked into a home for the mentally impaired by February 1. Then Kamala can move on up a notch, until obama tells them what to do next.
They will shuffle Joe Biden out so fast he will not have a chance to prop his feet on the Resolute Desk. His presidential portrait will be a black & white, 8.5 x 11 print-out from Google. His edition of The Beast will be a Paddy Wagon.
So long Joe….you knew you could not trust the old bitch witch.
This is sad but true. Some people can’t be reached, they rob, kill, steal, rape, etc. Usually it is violent, they have to be isolated from civil society. Sometimes they get what they understand. When the cops are gone we will have 200 million police.
Explanation: The Great Spiral Galaxy in Andromeda (also known as M31), a mere 2.5 million light-years distant, is the closest large spiral to our own Milky Way. Andromeda is visible to the unaided eye as a small, faint, fuzzy patch, but because its surface brightness is so low, casual skygazers can’t appreciate the galaxy’s impressive extent in planet Earth’s sky. This entertaining composite image compares the angular size of the nearby galaxy to a brighter, more familiar celestial sight. In it, a deep exposure of Andromeda, tracing beautiful blue star clusters in spiral arms far beyond the bright yellow core, is combined with a typical view of a nearly full Moon. Shown at the same angular scale, the Moon covers about 1/2 degree on the sky, while the galaxy is clearly several times that size. The deep Andromeda exposure also includes two bright satellite galaxies, M32 and M110 (below and right).