Is the tide turning against Hair Furor? Are there some in his own party who can see the future and are now trying to move away from his special brand of crazy so they, too, will not suffer the fate of losing a reelection bid?
I’m not talking Paul Ryan or Mitch McConnell; they’re too far gone to be helped, but what about California Republican Congressman Darrell Issa?
He is, perhaps, one of the most partisan members of Congress, who voted for, and with, every single Republican ideal, ever and always. He is so bad, that President Obama, who rarely said anything negative about his fellow politicians, called Issa “shameless” and said his main contribution to American politics was “to obstruct and to waste taxpayer dollars on trumped-up investigations that have led to nowhere.”
Benghazi, anyone? Emails?
So, it comes as a bit of a surprise that Darrell Issa has called for an independent special prosecutor to investigate President _____’s Russia scandal. And then Issa took it a step further, aligning himself with :::gasp::: Democrats, by saying:
“You can’t have somebody, a friend of mine, Jeff Sessions, who was on the campaign, and who was an appointee, you’re going to need to use the special prosecutor’s statute and office.”
Yup, he’s asked that Sessions recuse him from any investigation into what ____ knew and when Putin knew it, because Issa knows, as most of us know, that Jeff Sessions will do whatever it takes to protect the president, even if it means siding with _____ and Russia.
And then, because he’s clearly seen the havoc going on around the country at Republican Town Hall meetings, Issa also admitted that there wasn’t enough engagement with the public, sparking anger in the electorate toward _____ and the GOP.
And then, someone hand me my smelling salts, I’m too busy clutching my pearls, Republican partisan hack Darrell Issa noted that the GOP is having difficulty replacing and repealing Obamacare and the expansion of Medicaid was achieved under the Obama administration, and said, well, hinted, that he is not fully onboard with repealing and replacing.
Darrell Issa is the first congressional Republican to speak out against _____ and Jeff Sessions, but is it because he’s truly alarmed at what’s happening or, as I said earlier, has he seen the crystal ball and realized that if he continues goose-stepping along with hair Furor he might be out of a job in 2018?
Hopefully his words will sparks others in the GOP to come out against the Tiny Fisted Tyrant because, and I truly believe this, the GOP will try to impeach _____ to save their own asses and jobs.
And I will have popcorn at the ready to watch the fun.