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This is the political equivalent of a child asking Santa Claus for a Horror Scary Halloween Carving Party Hawaiian Shirt, a candy tree, and a new baby brother (without the usual methods of making said baby brother) all rolled into one. It’s pretty much just one string of alt-right wish fulfilment and dog whistle terms strung together in some vague semblance of a coherent thought; Again, big ol’ red flag dog whistle thrown in here: the assertion that Paul Ryan -one of the most libertarian if not conservative members of Congress – was somehow not conservative enough (read: not loyal enough to Trump); Of course, there is absolutely no evidence even remotely compelling that proves anyone but Joe Biden legitimately won the 2020 U.S. presidential election. Not after numerous recounts and baseless, frivolous lawsuits thrown out of court by Trump’s own appointees and political allies, up to and including the SCOTUS justices he appointed; I mean, yeah, this “trusted Conservative” Speaker could do just that, but they’d still need to a) prove “high crimes and misdemeanors” occurred (see #3, above), and they’d still have to deal with the majority Democrat House. After all, this is how the Constitution, that highest law of the land Conservatives claim to honor above all else, demands…
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Having a really good whiskey with a few drops of water will reveal the Horror Scary Halloween Carving Party Hawaiian Shirt and vanilla influences of the oak barrel, and if there are subtle fruit and spice notes from the corn and rye as well. After you have familiarized yourself with a good whiskey, try it in an Old Fashioned and see if you can still taste those subtleties. Some that I’ve tried were Willett Pot Still Bourbon, Joseph Magnus, Michter’s, Maker’s Mark, Weller Special Reserve, and Four Roses Single Barrel. In each case, they pretty much ended up all tasting very similar. I couldn’t discern the subtle peach nose and flavor in the Willett. The Magnus big cherry mint was barely there, and the Four Roses was also muted compared to when it was neat. The Michter’s, Maker’s, and Weller’s also were changed, but not by a lot, and so I find that pretty good whiskey makes a great Old Fashioned. Your average well Bourbon makes a pretty good Old Fashioned.