|All about bull|
I. Get Bullish
Bull is a TV series that features and focuses on a company which specializes in court trials.
More specifically, Bull focuses in on the social science involved with jury selection.
Typically, law firms hire jury experts to inform them about the type of jurors that would be best suited for them and their client in a jury trial (Trial consulting).
II. Special Mob Bull
What mob boss would not love to be able to hand pick their own jury, a jury like The Donski (a.k.a. the president of the United States of America) has?!
Imagine a mob boss who is going on trial before a true jury of his peers (e.g. same crime family)?
I am talking about the jury who will hear the case of The Donski (The Shapeshifters of Bullshitistan, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20).
His jury has already been selected (the U.S. Senate) and has already indicated how they will vote.
In a Senate trial it takes 67 votes to convict and remove The Donski from office, following a House impeachment.
The Senate currently has 51 Republicans, 47 Democrats, and 2 Independents who both caucus with the Democrats.
Thus, it would take 18 Republicans voting guilty if all the Democrats and Independents vote guilty to reach the 67 required vote total.
A tough job even for Bull.
III. McTell News Bull
McTell News is all aflutter with hopey changey broadcasts emphasizing the fact that the public majority is in favor of impeachment and removal from office of The Donski:
"Currently, 52% say Trump should be impeached and removed from office, while 46% say he should not be. This is roughly the opposite of what Gallup found in June when asked in the context of special counselor Robert Mueller's investigation."(Gallup Poll). No doubt about the direction this is heading, but heading in a direction is not the same as being there (it's all "are we there yet" at this point).
The McTell News folks under-emphasize the fact that only about six percent of Republicans polled in that Gallup Poll are in favor of impeachment and removal (down from seven percent a while back).
Like I said, a tough job even for Bull.
IV. Closing Comments
It would be malpractice for a lawyer to encourage a client in this situation, as it stands today, to expect a good outcome in that client's favor.
Especially if the client is the prosecutor or the majority in the House of Representatives.
Even though some of the jury's heroes (e.g. 4-star Admirals) indicate that The Donski is dangerously anti-American (Our Republic Is Under Attack From the President; Admiral William McRaven: America Is ‘Under Attack’ From Trump; Trump: The Un-American President).
Can you see a despotic minority (How To Identify The Despotic Minority, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12)?
Stay tuned to the saga of The Donski Hotey trial.