Give it a Rest

Now, I could write pages about this topic, but I neither want to make myself more stressed out than I already am nor do I want to bore my readers to death, so I will make my rant as concise as possible.

Unless you’ve been living under a rock (or in California or New York), you’ve undoubtedly heard about the democrats’ bogus articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. Said efforts at attempting to impeach a duly elected sitting president have been at the center of American news since he was elected. Because Trump isn’t a member of the Deep State Anti-American Club, the deluded liberal left has not failed to remind us of their efforts to get rid of him through whatever means necessary.

What they fail to comprehend is that you can’t get rid of a president simply because you don’t like him. They never thought Hillary Clinton would lose, but she did. The FBI had an “insurance policy” in place, but that, too, was uncovered. The phony Steele dossier has been debunked. The throngs of women who falsely accused Trump of sexual harassment with no proof have faded from the mainstream media news cycle. The Robert Mueller witch hunt laid a big goose egg. Numerous other bullshit attempts to discredit, disparage, and dispatch Trump have all failed.

So, even though Trump (according to Nancy Pelosi) has been “impeached forever,” in reality, he has been “exonerated forever” as the Senate found him not guilty of the made-up “charges” against him.

But, of course, the deluded, brainwashed, and unhinged treasonous left will not let it go. They will continue to do whatever they can to take Trump down, all at the expense of actually doing their job of representing their constituents for the betterment of the US. They have become the “enemies foreign and domestic” from whom they swore to protect the country.

What a complete and utter waste of the past two years by the House of Representatives to cover their own crimes as the unleashing of holy hell is about to befall them.

We desperately need term limits in Congress to prevent crooked representatives and senators from accumulating millions of dollars from illicit kickbacks and other crimes. They have demonstrated for years that they only represent themselves, and it floors me that so many liberals stand by them. These traitors will do anything to take Trump down to further their own efforts to destroy the U.S. and turn it into a third-world socialist/communist shit-hole nation for their own ill-begotten gains.

Thank God the majority of Americans can see through the left’s lies and deceit. Trump will win 2020 by a landslide. Mark my words.

There’s No Business

Is it only me (I’m sure it’s not) who is sick to death of the complete and utter lack of originality in Hollywood today? I get it that celebs and filmmakers are obviously busy spouting their political opinions to the masses who don’t give a damn what they think and who just want to be entertained for a few hours, but it has gotten to the point where the art itself suffers.

Case in point, I just saw a commercial for the new Charlie’s Angels movie. Wait, what? Wasn’t there already a bad Charlie’s Angels movie released in 2000 with Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu, and Drew Barrymore? Wasn’t that enough punishment? Obviously not as there is a newer version coming out later this year with the perpetually wooden Kristen Stewart and two other actresses of whom I’ve never heard.

Well, that got me thinking about the recent, and even not so recent, spate of prequels, sequels, and remakes over the past several years. Saw was great, Saw 7 was not. The Final Destination franchise has four sequels. Scream, Friday the 13th, and Halloween all have multiple sequels. And it’s not just horror movies (which happen to be my favorite, by the way.) Toy Story, The Lion King, The Godfather, Shrek, Star Wars, Star Trek, Raiders of the Lost Ark, and so many more in other genres are also subject to multiple sequels. And don’t even get me started on comic book superhero movies. Now, granted, not all of these sequels (or prequels) are terrible, but the majority are and simply serves to demonstrate that the only thing contemporary filmmakers are interested in today is taking a cash cow and milking it.

And the remakes. Remakes galore. Rob Zombie ruined Halloween and Halloween 2. Other remakes are also horrible such as The Last House on the Left, 12 Angry Men, Poltergeist, Ghostbusters, I Spit on Your Grave (which not only was remade poorly but also had some shit sequels), and many more. Look at Disney and the dozen live-action remakes from classic animated films or the ad nauseum American remakes of foreign films.

Is this necessary?

Doesn’t anybody have any original ideas anymore?

I guess not.