DAVID: We're gonna get to the Trump indictment reaction and what to do about it in a second, but first I thought it necessary to wish everyone a happy Transgender Day of Visibility, a proclamation by your President, Brandon... I mean, Joe Biden on this day, Transgender Day of Visibility.
"We want you to know that we see you just as you are made in the image of God," according to Joe Biden..."and deserving of dignity, respect, and support, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah."
You want to know what kind of a cold son of a bitch Joe Biden is? There's been no proclamation or Day of visibility for the six victims of Nashville, including three children... murdered by a transgender.
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What do you do about this indictment? The answer is really fairly simple... the Founding Fathers were brilliant in a ton of ways, but the system that they designed was that if we did not like something that the Executive branch wanted to do or was doing, our representatives in Washington would not fund it.
Currently, and for the better part of the last 20 to 30 years, we have been funding our own demise because, for the most part, the Republican party has not had the stones to either A) defund it or B) say no to it.
Andy Biggs put a Tweet out last night that hit the nail on its head.
I could think of about at least a dozen Republicans in the House that now, given yesterday's news, are gonna have a really tough time voting to give the Department of Justice another dime EVER; unless it's thoroughly gutted, unless this witch hunt against conservatism ends.
It is up to the executive branch to solicit the legislative branch for the money to do what it wants to do. It is up to the legislative branch to pass laws and to provide money. The laws tell the executive what the legislative branch wants to do and is up to the executive branch to uphold those obligations.
Now given what the Department of Justice is doing to President Trump, and conservatives across the country, where does Joe Biden think he is going to find the votes to fund his Department of Justice? Now, these spending fights, this government is funding through September.... and then it's gonna be a battle royale.
A number of members of Congress have already put out a plan, saying they want to cut non-discretionary to 2019 pre-covid levels. A) we can't afford it. B) nobody's asked for this spending explosion. C) it's only hurting us by causing inflation to everything that we buy.
Now with this indictment, you're gonna have a lot of pissed-off members of Congress who are gonna have a very, very, very difficult time looking their voting base in the eye and saying, "yeah, I had to vote to fund our demise."
And so there's gonna be an epic shutdown, and now the Department of Justice has moved itself into the epicenter of that...usually it would be healthcare or defense. I thought maybe Ukraine would be it, but I think that's gonna get pushed aside as sort of the epicenter of the shutdown. Now it is going to be the Department of Justice.
I mean, you got Nancy saying, "now Trump will have an opportunity to prove his innocence." First off, she knows how upside down that is. It's the state that has to prove his guilt. She knows that.
But even if he were to prove his innocence...the press and the left who hates him...That's not gonna sway them. They're still gonna think he's guilty.
So that's not really an answer either.
Defunding these prosecutions is the answer. Defunding these investigations is the answer.
I don't see how Joe Biden now finds the votes to fund his government and perhaps maybe this might make it all worth it, that might make all of this all worth it. He's basically going to cause the mother of all shutdowns, and I think the country might figure out like, man, we don't need this. We don't need this obtrusive, ineffective government that we're not proud of-- chock-full of programs that don't work, that are repetitive, that we didn't ask for.
Joe Biden, maybe with these indictments, has maybe done us all a favor... and we might get the government that we finally want, and deserve, and demand, that means tests itself and stops trying to crush dissent.
But, that is the way forward guys-- support your member of Congress as they embark on these spending fights. That's the way the system was designed. Okay, thanks for tuning in. Best of luck to the President. We'll be watching. Over and out.