Madam Secretary’ Boss Swears Trump Didn’t Inspire Plot About Impeaching ‘Irrational’ President
The Wrap ^ | 1/12/18 | Jennifer Maas
Posted on 01/14/2018 11:27:44 PM PST by L.A.Justice
There’s a madman in the White House and they’re trying to impeach him. Oh, we mean on “Madam Secretary,” of course.
In Sunday’s episode of the Téa Leoni-led CBS drama, President Conrad Dalton’s (Keith Carradine) uncharacteristically irrational behavior means that he could be removed from office on account of the 25th Amendment.
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I saw the ad for this episode while watching NCIS: LA…
I did not watch the MADAM…I never watched it…It is a show about Hillary in my opinion…
This show has been on for many years…I guess it is popular…
I did watch CSI: Cyber on Sunday nights…It got cancelled.
I am sure they will eventually cancel MADAM SECRETARY…
I wouldn’t watch this show at gunpoint, and they film it right in my neighborhood. We really love it when the No-Parking signs go up on our street, where parking is always at a premium, so that the STAFF of this miserable meisa can park in what rightfully are OUR spaces. And if they try to sell the impeach Trump idea, that’s an excellent reason not to waste time on libtard nonsense.
…..can’t wait for the episode where she goes to jail for selling state secrets
The few times I’ve been channel surfing and watched a few minutes of it were very barf worthy. It sickeningly 100% clear that they touch themselves while watching this and think they are watching the true story of Hillary. And that behind the scenes she is a working hard for America, honest to a fault, ethical and misunderstood public servant.
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