Sarah Sanders Discusses Pelosi Impeachment Shift…

Against the backdrop of Speaker Pelosi tamping down expectations of a House impeachment, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders appears on Fox News to discuss the current state of DC politics.


Speaker Pelosi, Chairman Schiff, Chairman Cummings and Chairman Nadler would not likely drop their deep investments in an impeachment narrative unless they held confidence something more valuable was on the horizon.

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231 Responses to Sarah Sanders Discusses Pelosi Impeachment Shift…

  1. Linus in W.PA. says:

    I’m near the half century mark, and my lower teeth have gotten a bit crooked. But damn! I’m not in broadcasting!

    That interviewer needs to get her teeth straightened out!!!!!


  2. Troublemaker10 says:

    I don’t think they would abandon impeachment just because they thought something more valuable on the horizon was coming. They would instead pound impeachment daily until something better came along.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Murray Smith says:

      the something better is the 2020 run, they realise that bitching and conspiracy don’t play well

      Liked by 2 people

    • John says:

      Theres a report on The Gateway Pundit about Barr giving Meuller the go ahead to indict Trumps kids. Could the Dems putting the brakes on impeachment talk relate to that?


      • Erik Heter says:

        It’s clickbait. Mueller isn’t going to indict those guys unless he’s got rock solid evidence because they all have the resources to take it to trial instead of a plea deal, and the feds hate to go to trial. Mueller and his thugs can’t bleed these guys dry financially like he could with PapaD and Flynn.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Yes. If ‘something better’ comes along, they would point to their impeachment talk as justification for whatever they concoct down the line.


    • lansdalechip says:

      OR, POTUS has the sledge hammer and these brain dead individuals just figured that out.


  3. evergreen says:

    Somebody tell me what US Code violation underlies the Special Counsel appointment? Because, as I understand it, the law requires one.

    Liked by 1 person

    • MikeN says:

      28 USC 528, 28 CFR600

      Liked by 1 person

      • Mueller’s problem is not having a law to focus on. His problem is the FBI opened the case and handed it to him without evidence to support the laws.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Erik Heter says:

          His problem is also the self-inflicted problem of being an unethical prosecutor who continued the investigation long after knowing that the accusations were evidence free, concocting process crimes out of thin air and committing prosecutorial misconduct.

          He’s known he had nothing at least since he received the texts from IG Horowitz, if not longer. If he was an ethical, decent human being (which he most decidedly is not), he would have closed up shop then, if not earlier.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Kevin McLaughlin says:

            I say think about this another way – that Mueller is not someone who was called in, but rather a very key ringleader in something bigger who had to enter the fray to ensure that things didn’t get out which would impact him personally. He is not an outsider, but rather a highly placed insider with skin in the game. This explains a lot.

            Liked by 1 person

        • MelH says:

          I’ ve been amazed that there isn’t someone, like maybe Gulianni, who would file whatever legal papers it takes to charge Mueller with the crime of having no Trump-crime to investigate, therefore no basis for Investigating him.


  4. Ivehadit says:

    I am SICK of our judicial system (and social media) being used to go after political enemies of the Left! ENOUGH!

    And the TWELVE states that have signed away our representational government with awarding presidential electors to the national popular vote winner is DISGUSTING. WE DON’T HAVE A POPULAR VOTE WINNER IN OUR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS!
    These must not stand!

    Liked by 3 people

    • G. Alistar says:

      Let it go….these are not the droids you are looking for. A shameless appeal to the hard core leftists. This transparent democrat ploy is DOA.


  5. IrishEyesSouth says:

    A bird whispered, “It’s happening”. #TickTock


  6. Troublemaker10 says:

    I’m thinking out of the box here, but it did cross my mind today ….

    With these testimonies being released by Rep Collins like the Page testimony which is pretty damning…..

    And with Hannity and Sarah Carter indicating some things are about to blow up regarding the anti Trump DOJ/FBI players….

    Maybe the Dems don’t want to look like they were in collusion with, or part of, or an extension of, this corruption. They don’t want to be associated with it, etc. And maybe they are backing away from impeachment threats to distance themselves from Page, McCabe, Ohr, etc who may have the accountability and justice hammer dropped on them in the near future?

    Liked by 3 people

  7. Ray Runge says:

    “I think the majority of the Republicans support us” on border security.



  8. frances says:

    I think a deal was made, Trump will invade Venezuela in exchange for the witch hunt to end. He has just allocated $500 million for Venezuela “regime change.” So much for no new wars. And I do not think the US will skate on this one, we can expect retribution coming from multiple players.
    More info on this on zero hedge (read the comments for links) and at Jim Stone.


  9. solomonpal says:

    I doubt that…


  10. solomonpal says:

    I doubt that


  11. Mark McQueen says:

    IMO, when Devin Nunes opens up like he did on Hannity, you gotta believe the ball is rolling. The Congressional Dems aren’t biding their time. They’re running for cover.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Beverly says:

    Hey, FAULKNER: if you have a guest on your show and you ask her a question, shut UP long enough for the lady to answer.

    I am so sick and tired of leftoids bullying Americans on TV and everywhere else. It just infuriates me.

    I really hate these people.

    Liked by 1 person

    • MelH says:

      Beverly, on behalf of Harris Faulkner, who I consider among the very best FOX has to offer, you might have noticed the Commercial time on Fox is about to become more lengthy than the News time. That means the “hard commercials” must happen exactly on time and Harris has to manipulate her guests’ talking to stop accordingly. She doesn’t have a choice. It’s hard to drive a conversation that has such a cut and dried end-time.


  13. Alison Wilson says:

    From a legal perspective, if it appears that the FISA warrant was obtained under false pretenses (and we know that it was) then anything gathered can not be used in a court of law. It is called “Fruit of the Poisonous Tree”. So the SDNY can not use anything that Muller has uncovered because it would be thrown out. So they have to start from square one. But where is that starting point? They are not entitled to tax returns, and Trumps returns get vetted every year by the IRS.
    And if searches for items are conducted that are not covered in a warrant nor ‘in plain sight’ then they can not be used either.
    I don’t think NY wants to be seen as a place where the judicial system runs against the law. They have enough trouble as it is with high earners (aka high tax payers) leaving and it would not help them if Trump sold all his properties there and left due to judicial activism.


    • todayistheday99 says:

      This has come up a couple of times recently.
      Apparently “fruit of the poisonous tree” doesn’t apply for evidence gathered in a counter intelligence investigation.


  14. jsthnkn says:

    The Deep State and Dems can do anything they want. Who is going to stop them? The Attorney General??????????? When?


  15. Danimal28 says:

    The ‘Shift’ is Pelosi adding DACA 2.0 to the latest legislation…


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