Timeline for the End of Trump's Political Career

Colorado Day, 2018


Today is the Centennial State’s birthday.


One of the best things about Colorado is that Donald Trump got his rear end whipped by Hillary in 2016. New Mexico also sensibly voted for Hillary.


Trump lost the GOP primary in Colorado to Sen. Ted Cruz (TP-Texas).


The only thing that Trump’s base likes about Trump is that he entertains them and revs them up at his Trumpistic rallies, where he spews venom and hate.


Yesterday, he went to Tampa to campaign for Rick Scott for US Senate.


Because he has upended the Republican Party with his Trade War, and because of his bromance with Vladimir Putin, and because he seemingly can’t keep his pants zipped up, both the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate will flip to the Dems in November. Trump already controls the Supreme Court because his nominee to succeed Justice Anthony Kennedy is more than likely to be confirmed, especially after Sen. Rand Paul (TP-Kentucky) announced his support for Judge Brett Kavanaugh, whose paper trail is several miles long, but who is part of the GOP judicial establishment in Washington.


Special Counsel Robert Mueller is closing in on Trump. He knows when to keep his mouth shut, but Trump is always foaming at the mouth.


When his conscientious and diligent investigation is concluded after the mid-terms, Mueller will issue a report detailing all of Trump’s exceedingly numerous impeachable offenses.


Then we’ll have Mike Pence in the Oval Office — and Pence, a theocrat if there ever was one, will continue with Trump’s agenda.


Pence will quickly see to it that women are not allowed to choose what happens inside their bodies.


Pence will take a victory lap to Moscow where he will sit at the feet of Putin and receive instructions as to what to do next to further Putin’s plan to retake the Russian Empire to where it was when the Soviet Union imploded.


Unhappy Days are in store for the land of the free and the home of the brave.