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Pelosi v Penzey

Empower Wisconsin | Oct. 15, 2019

MADISON — Here’s the thing about the First Amendment. 

Liberal narcissist Bill Penzey can say just about whatever he wants and he can spend whatever he has hating on conservatives and President Trump. 

But the First Amendment can’t protect him from Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, who just made Penzey look like a fool. Not that he needed any help in that regard. 

On Thursday, just before the clown show that was the fourth Democratic presidential debate, Pelosi announced that she and her fellow Trump haters would hold off on a full vote authorizing an impeachment inquiry into the president. 

Penzey, CEO of Wisconsin-based Penzeys Spices, earlier this month dumped nearly $100,000 into Facebook ads calling for Trump’s impeachment. On Tuesday, Penzey told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that the company has raised another $415,000 for the anti-Trump campaign. 

But is it money down the drain? 

Pelosi backed off on a full House vote because she is holding a big bag of nothing. She doesn’t have the evidence to impeach, and there certainly isn’t enough support in the Republican-controlled Senate to convict. More so, she doesn’t want her vulnerable members, the ones in red or purple states with constituents who see the impeachment inquiry for the political witch-hunt that it is, to have to got on the record. 

So salty Bill Penzi might just be paying for an impeachment that never comes to pass. 

That’s the nice thing about living in America. You can spend all kinds of money and no one, not even members of congress, have to listen to you. 

Here’s one more great thing about the First Amendment: We can call Bill Penzey a big liberal putz.

Oh, sweet freedom.  

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