Laura Ingraham’s nightmare

Consider their impeachment tantrum as but a foretaste, an appetizer, of what more they’ve got planned.

Jack Engelhard

OpEds Trump impeachment inquiry, led by House Judiciary Committee chief Jerry Nadler
Trump impeachment inquiry, led by House Judiciary Committee chief Jerry Nadler
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Yes, Laura Ingraham – a scary thought

Laura Ingraham expressed it without ribbons and bows on her Thursday night program – an alarming worst case scenario. 

Suppose they win?

Imagine Bernie Sanders or Joe Biden or Elizabeth Warren in the White House. Couple that with, say, members of the Squad in the Cabinet.

Ilhan Omar…Secretary of State?

Out the window all of President Trump’s good work for the United States, and Israel.

Ingraham did not put it exactly like that, but it is the gist, and of what I’ve been saying in columns and books. Read this.

It takes courage, these days, to speak your mind, particularly if you take a swing at any of their Progressives. 

I can imagine the letters Ingraham has been getting, because I’ve been getting them myself from the moment I expressed my concerns about Bernie.

This is a very angry group of people, who call themselves Progressive. There is no calming them, and that is unfortunate. Let’s hope the fever passes.

We saw what they did to Kavanaugh…and what they keep doing to Trump.

Of all the hate mail, the one that nearly sounded reasonable came from a reader who said that she knew Bernie personally…and he’s a wonderful guy. Why not give him a chance?

Answer – how many of you have given Trump a chance? 

On Israel, I am assured, Bernie is most supportive. To which I can only say, a friend of Linda Sarsour can be no friend of mine, nor of the United States, nor of Israel. Commentary magazine explains it like this: “So why did Bernie Sanders embrace such a toxic surrogate [Sarsour] for his presidential run, especially given his own claim to want to fight anti-Semitism?”

 

 

Forget the details, I suppose, and ignore the facts…which can be such a nuisance.

But he’s “really a nice guy” …and why is he so popular, especially among the young? Because he is a Pied Piper who is offering lollipops, and kids love free candy.

The Bread Lines come later.


On this you can bet all your money, that worst case, if they take the White House and/or House and Senate, there will be blood.
On this you can bet all your money, that worst case, if they take the White House and/or House and Senate, there will be blood.

Ingraham’s nightmare --They play for keeps and there will be vengeance against Trump Country, which is half of us, but enough to throw the entire country in turmoil.

As it is today. But consider their impeachment tantrum as but a foretaste, an appetizer, of what more they’ve got planned.

Senate Republicans need to learn, from them, how to brawl, and thus to give the impeachment trial the respect and attention it deserves…zero. 

New York-based bestselling American novelist Jack Engelhard writes regularly for Arutz Sheva.

He wrote the worldwide book-to-movie bestseller “Indecent Proposal,” and the authoritative newsroom epic, “The Bathsheba Deadline,” followed by his coming-of-age classics, “The Girls of Cincinnati,” and, the Holocaust-to-Montreal memoir, “Escape from Mount Moriah,” for which contemporaries have hailed him “The last Hemingway, a writer without peer, and the conscience of us all.” Website: www.jackengelhard.com

 

 


 




 

 

 


 




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