Pfluger Joins MTG to Manage Mayorkas Impeachment


WASHINGTON, DC — U.S. Representative August Pfluger (TX-11) has been named an Impeachment Manager in the Senate Impeachment Trial of Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. The other managers will be Reps. Marjorie Taylor Green (R-GA) (known as "MTG"), Mark Green (R-TN), Michael McCaul (R-TX), Andy Biggs (R-AZ), Clay Higgins (R-LA), Ben Cline (R-VA), Michael Guest (R-MS), Andrew Garbarino (R-NY), Harriet Hageman (R-WY), and Laurel Lee (R-FL).

Impeachment managers are handpicked by the speaker of the house, and the high-profile roles often catapult lawmakers to greater heights.

Congressman Pfluger is the Chairman of the Counterterrorism, Law Enforcement, and Intelligence Subcommittee on the House Homeland Security Committee. He has been instrumental in the Committee's efforts to secure the southern border by helping author the strongest border security legislation ever passed by the House, exposing the number of known and suspected terrorists crossing the southern border, authoring the law to seal cross-border drug tunnels, and more.

"It is a sad day when Congress is left with no options but to impeach a Cabinet Secretary. I will proudly represent the interests of Texans in laying out the case for why Secretary Mayorkas deserves to be impeached for the national security crisis he has created at our border," said Pfluger upon the announcement of the appointments.

Read the resolution authorizing Rep. Pfluger as an impeachment manager here.

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There is a science fiction/horror show (the worst movie Morgan Freeman ever made) titled "Dreamcatcher".  In it the alien bad guys had a larval form that would infect humans and after maturing a bit exit the human body through the old anal orifice.  Ugly creatures, ugly process, and very hard on the human host... like fatal.

Anyway, the Morgan Freeman character had a nickname for these critters: "S____ Weasels".  This might just be a better moniker for any spawn of Pfluger and MTG, especially given MTG's basic nature.  Nice art, by the way.

Your initial draft of this comment referred to the movie as "Windcatcher." You may want to ask the nurse in your particular nursing facility to help you, at the computer available to you, regarding the use of a website called "Google." (If you haven't already.) It is a very popular search engine, and has been for well over a decade now.

"Dreamcatcher" may seem unsophisticated to the superficial observer, and though this movie is less well established as a classic than other films of the 1900s, such as the works of Charlie Chaplain or Buster Keaton, many do consider this late 20th century addition to the film canon to be a classic. It rivals the hopeful visionary work of the current millennium such as, "Trump vs The Illuminati," and the hard hitting exposé of the effects of Wokism presented in "Obamaland."

"Dreamcatcher presents a protagonist who, at first, appears to represent the epitome of Woke values—who later turns out to be the most Based of all. "Duddits," as he is called, is revealed to be a Trump-like master in disguise who emerges to fight the real Woke mastermind and antagonist, (whose name escapes me at the moment,) that has been at work behind the scenes all along.

Is "Dreamcatcher" an apt metaphor for our current political situation? I would argue that it is an apt metaphor for many of the struggles we see waged in the current era, including those in American politics. Trump and the Trump-right that are keeping Texas safe are humanity's Duddits, without a doubt.

The vile, inhuman entities who appear from a cloud of septic miasma are like the forces represented by Mayorkas, crying for sympathy and claiming to come in peace while actually serving a dark agenda...

My initial post and subsequent edit (NOT Google driven, by the way) was a test of the alertness of the denizens of this hive.  My nurse, being an avid Trump fan, would have failed the test since this person's IQ is akin to a low-wattage light bulb... very little illumination.    

You passed, at least for now, in that regard.

Without going into detail, I opine you read far more into the piece than it warrants.  It differs little from a number of other sci-fi offerings that picture humans as being infected/contaminated by critters from afar that seek control of us pure humans and consequently the planet.  It was a different take on a fairly common theme.

Morgan Freeman clearly did it for the money, and not because the thing did anything meaningful.  It distressed me somewhat to see Damian Lewis devolve from his magnificent role in "Band Of Brothers" into this dreck.

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