Now that the Democrat plot to overthrow the White House has been defeated, powerful conservative Trump loyalists are gathering for a council of war. Now is the time to decide what consequences the traitors should face for their failed coup attempt. CPAC 2020 will feature six separate panel discussions focused on “the coup” against President Donald Trump.
A gathering of Trump loyalists
This year’s Conservative Political Action Conference will feature six different discussion panels devoted to one crucial topic, the Democrat’s attempt to overthrow the presidency, which is called a “coup.” Trump supporting loyalists will converge on National Harbor, Maryland, from across the country to attend. One of the very first events to kick off the conference on Thursday is “The Coup on The Republic: A Prelude,” as presented by syndicated news host John Batchelor. After the “prelude” warm up, things will quickly go nuclear. Jim Jordan is teaming up with Mark Meadows and Matt Schlapp to present “The Coup: The Day After Tomorrow.”
Jim Jordan is on record agreeing with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s views that “we came the closest ever to this country having a coup, and now we need accountability.” Jordan backed that up saying, “lawmakers learned from Horowitz about the romantic relationship between anti-Trump FBI employees Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, lies under oath by Andrew McCabe and about the attempt by James Comey to trap Donald Trump at a meeting at Trump Tower before he became president.” His partner in Congress, Mark Meadows, told Fox recently, “We know that there was a coordination between the Democrats and between the previous administration and other entities.”
After that, they’ll break for lunch. When the conference resumes, there will be another coup double feature. Doug Collins is teaming up with journalists Andy McCarthy and Sara Carter to discuss “The Coup: Rosenstein & Comey- The Empire Strikes Back.” Collins was vocal about the abuse of power in the impeachment proceedings. “Welcome to Part Two of the Schiff impeachment show. Grab your popcorn, because today we have a rerun of the same hearing we already had in this committee in July,” he declared in his opening statement at the hearings. “I guess Chairman Schiff and Speaker Pelosi didn’t like the results the first time, so here we are again.” Democrats really didn’t like what he said next. “Just like on July 12, what today’s hearing is really about is that Democrats have not come to terms with losing the 2016 election to President Trump. This hearing is part of the relentless effort — since the day President Trump took the oath of office — to overturn the will of the American electorate.”
Crafting the response strategy
Just after Collins gets his speech underway, in another part of the venue, Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-TX), the Washington Times’ Charlie Hurt, and Daily Caller editor Vince Coglianese will be presenting “The Coup: Impeachment–Hyped Slimes and Nancy’s Schemer.” Ratcliffe is expected to focus on the fact that James Comey had a secret operation in progress even before the official opening of “Crossfire Hurricane.” He’s seen the paperwork. When Comey said in March, 2017, that the FBI investigation began in July 2016, “Comey lied.”
Friday’s schedule features Devin Nunes in the afternoon slot to talk about “The Coup: SpyGate.” He’ll have commentator Dan Bongino on hand for that. Nunes recently defended Attorney General William Barr over the Stone sentencing debacle. “What’s happening here with Barr, I think people need to understand that he’s cleaning up the mess from not only the Obama administration, but also the mess that was left with the whole Russia-gate fiasco.” Nunes is furious that taxpayers spent “tens of millions of dollars” so grand inquisitor Robert Mueller could go “chasing and trying to put us into a status of a permanent coup against the president of the United States.”
The sixth presentation will touch on the same theme Saturday morning. “The Coup: A Witch Hunt Begins — Hillary’s Ukrainian Insurance Policy.” Rep. Jody Hice, radio host Chris Plante, and Breitbart Political Editor Matt Boyle will connect all the devious dots.