Mailvox: now they name you

 In fairness, I don’t mind if they just call me SDL:

I’ve been saying for years the Democrats and the media is not our problem. Our problem is the fake Right. Many of whom in the past week are now openly naming “Vox Day” as: still pushing dangerous conspiracy theories to give people a false hope in Trump. 

This prompted several questions:

Why are these personalities tweeting multiple times: 

How dangerous it is to allow a relative to believe Trump is going to fight back. “These relatives need to be treated like crack addicts who stole from your grandmother to feed their addiction.”

If the last 4 years have been a lie, what’s another two weeks?

Interesting. Apparently the whole “He Who Shall Not Be Named” approach has been cast aside. First they ignore you, then they attack you…. 

One wonders how they would describe the “conspiracy theories” that Nancy Pelosi is pushing – TRUMP WILL NUKE DC IF YOU DON’T INVOKE THE 25TH AMENDMENT – if they consider my simple observations to be dangerous.

You can smell their fear. And it smells delicious!

Democrats laid the groundwork on Friday for impeaching President Trump a second time, as Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California threatened to bring him up on formal charges if he did not resign “immediately” over his role in inciting a violent mob attack on the Capitol this week.

The threat was part of an all-out effort by furious Democrats, backed by a handful of Republicans, to pressure Mr. Trump to leave office in disgrace after the hourslong siege by his supporters on Wednesday on Capitol Hill. Although he has only 12 days left in the White House, they argued he was a direct danger to the nation.

Ms. Pelosi and other top Democratic leaders continued to press Vice President Mike Pence and the cabinet to invoke the 25th Amendment to wrest power from Mr. Trump, though Mr. Pence was said to be against it. The speaker urged Republican lawmakers to pressure the president to resign immediately. And she took the unusual step of calling Gen. Mark A. Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, to discuss how to limit Mr. Trump’s access to the nation’s nuclear codes and then publicized it.

“If the president does not leave office imminently and willingly, the Congress will proceed with our action,” Ms. Pelosi wrote in a letter to colleagues….

At the White House, Mr. Trump struck a defiant tone, insisting that he would remain a potent force in American politics as aides and allies abandoned him and his post-presidential prospects turned increasingly bleak. Behind closed doors, he made clear that he would not resign and expressed regret about releasing a video on Thursday committing to a peaceful transition of power and condemning the violence at the Capitol that he had egged on a day before.

He’s not even at the White House….