Mitch McConnell Warns President Trump Not to Remove Troops from Syria, Or Else….

The back-story here is likely worse than the obvious.  In a tweet today Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announces his resolution warning President Trump not to remove troops from Syria or Afghanistan.  [Not coincidentally the two countries visited by Speaker Pelosi and Adam Schiff last weekend.]

(Source)

Of course the obvious, albeit unwritten “or else” part, is Senator McConnell threatening to join with with Senator Lindsey Graham and support President Trump’s impeachment.

We cannot say we were not warned [ SEE HERE ] it was obvious immediately after the Democrats won the House in 2018 that McConnell was breathing a sigh of relief.  [Also reminder, the SSCI doesn’t run an operation against the President and the Leader of the Senate not know about it…. just sayin’.]

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523 Responses to Mitch McConnell Warns President Trump Not to Remove Troops from Syria, Or Else….

  1. This is the WARM-UP event.

    The MAIN event will be threatened CONVICTION unless the Gang of 8 escapes prosecution
    … along with the rest of the Coup Co-Conspirators.

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    • INTERMEDIATE STEP:

      Pelosi & Schiff are overseas to coordinate an assault on remaining USA Forces, requiring President Trump to scale up our forces, initiate large-scale combat, and once again enrich the Military-Industrial Complex that Pays for Congressional Play.

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      • Reserved55 says:

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        • DJ Snyder says:

          Yes! That’s good news for us. Glad to see at least ONE leader in the Middle East (Israel notwithstanding) that has his head on straight…

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          • hocuspocus13 says:

            So in the 4 Laura Loomer tweet…

            Is Nervous Nancy “graciously” being thrown out the door OR

            Trying to bully her way in?

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        • Heika says:

          Wow, what a great article. That is really stunning. Transcript has been recorded. Quid Pro Quo going on and tampering with foreign policy. Just mind blowing hubris. WTF is going on with Fancy Nancy. Never even considered it before but is she thinking about a presidential run? My brain does not even want to let that out of my mouth, but her behaviour is pretty odd.

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          • James Carpenter says:

            Alcohol inebriates.
            And so does power.
            My reckoning has Nancy as a fancier of both.
            As third in line-of-succession, one can easily guess what her mind’s eye is looking at.

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          • warrprin1 says:

            She doesn’t want to run for the Oval. She wants to be elevated to the POTUS position via line of succession in a jolly good impeachment conviction that she hopes will take out not only PDJT, but also damage VP Pence enough to persuade him to resign.

            Voilà: an historical “1st” as a two-fer: 1st female POTUS and 1st time the House Speaker succeeds (re: line of succession) to the Presidency, however illegal the removal of President Trump may have been.

            This will not stand.

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        • Great news Reserved55!

          When we write or call our Congresscritters we just might include this little piece of information.

          Mitch has no leverage on our President.

          None.

          No reason whatsoever to even think about some kind of “or else” threat against the President that We the People support so whole heartedly.

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    • milktrader says:

      I say call the bluff anf release the Krakken. Mitch will fold like the cheap suit he really is.

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      • GenEarly says:

        He is not called Mitchy McCuckold for nothing, but that’s in his relations with democRats.
        Mitchy will be bitchy with Trump because Mitchy hates Trump’s voter base, always has since 2010 Tea Party.
        Putz Estab.Repubs love being Cuckolds to democRats!!!!

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      • GP says:

        Mitch isn’t where he’s at by folding-this is already a done deal. Like a prosecutor that never asks a question that he doesn’t already know the answer to, Mitch already knows he’s got the votes to impeach.

        Better stop with all the empty threats and “cold anger” and get to DC NOW.

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        • TigerBear says:

          Exactly!
          What does congress give a squat about the peasants having cold anger…….no rising up has occurred and cold anger does NOTHING, as proven daily by all the demons moves against our President. We wait for elections and they are working on REMOVING OUR PRESIDENT! 😡

          If I were younger…….wishful thinking, sadly, I would join whatever group is willing to take this fight to the next level…….and………

          MARCH ON DC
          I would happily donate for other able bodied people to go and march. Not much but I’m sure we could get others who are like me (elderly and disabled) to also pitch in.

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      • thedoc00 says:

        Mitch only folds if he has nothing at stake. In this case, he was a gang of 8 member and has had his hand in the foreign money cookie jar of all affected areas for a very long time.

        With respect to the Middle East, the biggest piles of money being spent ARE NOT defense equipment procurement related. Defense equipment spending pales in comparison to all the infra-structure related aid funneled through the DoD, INTEL (CIA) and State Department to the Middle East. Most of the $4 Trillion Dollars cited by the President was spent or rather “distributed” related to in country projects.

        There are major pay checks from US Companies doing the infra-structure contracting as well as foreign governments also receiving aid. Big pay checks to politicians and their benefactors are at stake. These people could care less about Kurds or our troops.

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      • Jederman says:

        I agree. PT should publicly ask McConnell to coordinate with pelosi and hold a vote to declare war on Syria. Or tell the DS MIC, bankers, NGOs… to drop it.

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      • James Carpenter says:

        We must, of course, assume conviction by Senate would be followed by hot civil war.
        Currently, plain, course, unflinching language has not been the predominate currency of debate. We have remained polite and relied on the judicial.
        If Trump IS impeached, convicted and removed from office, gentle talk will not suffice. Convictions and prison for sedition and treason would not be likely either.
        Hot war = killing people. And the list of deserving targets is well known.
        Trump calls the bluff and we are betting the farm. Be careful what you wish for.

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    • Julia Adams says:

      Yes,you nailed it! Mitch showing his true colors. The President will not blink.

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    • SPECULATION: POTUS has an ace up his sleeve in the event of a Senate Trial
      … Evidence that Chief Justice Roberts was compromised by Obama’s spying
      … Requiring Roberts to be resigned/recused
      … Replaced by Justice Thomas to preside over the Senate Sham Trial.

      Who thinks the trial will finish before the 2020 Election (and the 2021 Congress)
      … covering the MASSIVELY COMPLEX COUP
      … outing the COUP CO-CONSPIRATORS
      … including the Congressional GANG of EIGHT
      … compromising them and every other Senate Co-Conspirator
      … requiring them to be “RECUSED” from the SENATE JURY.

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    • benifranlkin says:

      Well….I don’t think Nancy is going to impeach…now extending the inquiry to Xmas…no impeachable offenses yet. Trump left small contingents in Syria near Israel and the northeast oil fields…perfect. Just a 2000 troop draw down from Afghanistan…perfect. Old Mitch could lose his shorts in 2020 going up against a pretty substantial Dem lady opponent. if no Trump endorsement…that would be too bad seeing as how Mitch is such a descent guy./

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      • jimboct says:

        Keep in mind that the turtle is up for election in 2020. Wonder how he would fare if VSGPDJT supported another candidate for Senate from the Great State of Kentucky???

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        • James Carpenter says:

          Is there anyone Trump could endorse to run against the Turtle in primary?
          Such a candidate could expect massive, small donor campaign contributions from all over America.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        “Trump left small contingents in Syria near Israel and the northeast oil fields…perfect. Just a 2000 troop draw down from Afghanistan…perfect.”
        Pres Trump got cooperation agreements for his plan from Turkey, Syria, and perhaps, most importantly, Russia. Do Pelosi and company now wish to start a serious conflict with Russia as a result of reneging on that agreement?

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    • Ellis says:

      They cannot afford a senate trial. Trump would just take everyone else down with him. Imagine the witnesses that would be called and forced to answer questions under oath on live tv! Frankly, I am more convinced Trump wants a senate trial to air all the dirty laundry. Trump doesn’t need elected office the way these people do.

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      • Barnestormer says:

        The Senate will decide the impeachment trial rules. It’s far from certain that it will opt for live witness testimony, as the Clinton trial Senate did not. That precedent will favor closed depositions, perhaps with video played on the floor.

        It would be a mistake to assume fairness as a Senate objective, IMO; the opportunity for chicanery is only imaginary-limited.

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        • Paprika says:

          Agree!

          And there in lies a shadowy path. If it follows the precedent of the Clinton trial, Mitch and Chuckles make up the rules and guidelines and have the Senate vote on them. Lord knows what that duo of duplicity will come up with to hamper President Trump! There is a lot of open playroom available for them to tweak and twist the proceedings.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        Absolutely certain that Donald “Samson” Trump would bring down the walls of the temple.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      Kind of signals who is dirty to me. We probably have billions going out to pay troops in these countries and their must be corruption payoff going back to pay off congress. How many more “Bidens” are out there? Pelosi and Schiff are not visiting because they like our troops.

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  2. reggiemeezer says:

    Too bad nobody decided to run in the primary against cocaine Mitch

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  3. SpotTheSpook says:

    Anyone else been thinking that Trump taking these actions opposing the very people in the senate that could vote to remove him from office is a sign of extreme confidence? Taunting maybe?

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    • Eric says:

      The unspoken implication by some seems to be that President Trump is stupid for removing the troops before he got re-elected.

      Perhaps.

      But every time I hear someone say President Trump is stupid, that person usually is proven wrong.

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      • SpotTheSpook says:

        Exactly.

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        • Pedro Morales says:

          Yep! I constantly shake my head at some of POTUS moves, yet a few days/weeks/months later it always seem to work out and his enemies/backstabbers are fired, disgraced, or put in prison. POTUS logical move would have been to sat on Syria until after impeachment. Syria aint going anywhere. And POTUS cant bring all the troops home yet. So his move seems abrupt. He may have done it because he does not trust the RINOs and wants some leverage. Perhaps he knew a false flag was going to go down and needed to get them out beforehand. I dont see Trump poking the bear or picking a fight that he cant win. There was a reason and we dont know it. He must have been right, because they are soooo pissed! But he had some heavy friggin leverage to get Mueller and Rosey to give up on an obstruction charge that was a slam dunk in their Kangaroo Court. Trump has something else up his sleeve.

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      • 2013gti says:

        Not usually, but always.

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      • Mark L. says:

        If HRC is against it, I’m for it.

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      • Eric, I think WP got you, or you misspelled always… it came out “usually”…

        L 😀 L

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    • TradeBait says:

      PDT always has reasons and methods for doing what he does. He will call their bluff and the hammer will drop soon.

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    • Zabadak says:

      Agree. Does PT seem concerned? He knows what’s coming and has game planned for these upcoming deep state tactics. He holds all of the cards. I maintain, he’ll drop the hammer at the most opportune time.

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  4. sb says:

    It’s getting ugly.

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  5. Time for Trump to declare martial law and have all these traitors in congress and FBI arrested for treason!

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  6. trapper says:

    Can’t Rand block a vote on it?

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  7. Justin Green says:

    McConnell and Grahamnesty are about to find out what a backlash means.

    Liked by 18 people

    • SpotTheSpook says:

      It’s fun watching Lindsey publicly trying to figure out which side he is on.

      Liked by 7 people

    • YvonneMarie says:

      How ?
      The only way to do that is to Primary them both.
      But I hope that happens.

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    • jrapdx says:

      I certainly hope that’s true. Whether an outcry against the RINO traitors develops depends on the reactions of voters and emergence of alternative candidates. IIRC McConnell is up for reelection next year, the perfect time to express outrage in the voting booth. So all Kentucky voters out there, you know what to do!

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      • warrprin1 says:

        And South Carolina voters know what to do too. Miss Lindsey and Mrs. McConnell are both up for re-election in this round.

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        • jrapdx says:

          Yes they both are up for reelection! Folks in both states ought to be taking steps to encourage good candidates to run in upcoming primaries.

          If the situation gets bad enough, I envision Pres Trump campaigning for one of the primary candidates. The mere threat of PT doing that might put the fear of the Almighty in ’em. We’ll see what happens…

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      • Raghn Crow says:

        But the problem always is: you need an excellent candidate. They’re hard to find — and it amazes me how such a successful country as ours — the most successful in the world — can had such a collection of fools, scoundrels, mountebanks and (this is wildly true for Democrats) scrunge that couldn’t work in the Real World five seconds. Honestly, as I keep saying: the Senators need appointed by their state legislators, and the House members chosen by lottery, the way a jury is chosen.

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        • jrapdx says:

          You’re right of course, excellent people are turned off to running just because of all the crap we see flying around right now. With any luck maybe some folks will be inspired to help clean it up.

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        • DiogenesVindicated says:

          I think the better way is TERM LIMITS. We need congresspeople that are too inexperienced and without maturely developed political machines or years long power connections or closets full of skeletons. We need these people to represent us from mindsets of being one of us with expectations of returning to their former careers so they think and act like the job is temporary and not an ongoing career. Everything resets every 4 years or so in the Senate and every two years in the house. There is limited power and influence because little is collected and that which is developed must be constantly resold to new representatives thereby limiting the payback for bying it in the first place. No state claims a too-powerful-to-replace chair. Who in KY is going to out a Senate Majority Leader and give up that level of perpetuating power in THEIR representative?

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  8. fanbeav says:

    And he wants President Trump’s endorsement for 2020? I received an email from McTurtle wanting donations in regard to the “impeachment” that dems are forcing. These clowns make me sick!

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    • formercrookcountyresident says:

      I got similar email from Graham’s campaign! I strongly suggest that they are not going to get ANY money from patriots who are paying close attention to what they are actually saying and doing! Also….. I do NOT donate to either the NRCC or the NRSC committees – I don’t trust them to put the funds towards real patriots’ / America First campaigns!

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  9. Beau Geste says:

    Perhaps PDJT should say “Thank you very much for your suggestion. I will certainly follow it when you vote a war declaration as required by the Constitution. We need to be united in this war. Who are you declaring war against?”

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  10. Matthew LeBlanc says:

    I miss the part where he mentions a need for bipartisan support to declare war

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  11. bosscook says:

    The idea that the evil and corrupt government elite is playing our military like pawns in a game that enriches their wealth is probably the most evil thing they are attempting…and that’s coming from a long list of evil.

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  12. DiogenesVindicated says:

    Woah, this shit is getting serious. The battle lines are coming into full view. The forces arrayed against PDJT are looking rather insurmountable. Who blinks first?

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  13. Pedro Morales says:

    Thats fine. POTUS holds off on Syria and Elaine Chou and then Mitch has Nancy submarine an impeachment vote. It cuts both ways. If Trump throws the Deep State a bone, then they have to give back too. That is how it works. Mitch should know this. POTUS leaves a few troops there, impeachment ends, and then Trump pulls troops after 2020. If the Deep State exists (which it does) then they have to play ball with everyone. The Deep State knows no party. So its up to the DS to go to Nancy and say “knock it off. We own you too not just the Republicans. We cut a deal with Trump, now you need to back the F off”. Now if that does not happen I have to question the existence of real Deep State. It is not in their interest to impeach Trump and then have him mount a defense that exposes all of their shady deals. And dont tell me Mitch will hold a Kangaroo Court. No way! There is no way he gets re-elected if Trump goes after him and 19 other RINOs. They are not going to quit for the Deep State. They are the Deep State. So logically, the DS has to cancel impeachment in the House to protect their corruption and keep troops in Syria. If they dont the DS is a myth or has bad leaders in charge…LOL!

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    • III% says:

      While normally I would agree with you that this would be a normal course of action for our government, with the normal cast of reprobates , and normal corruption model, this, well this has a different flavor and feel.

      So for I have only been able to come up with two options. One, this is the biggest gas-lighting operation ever run (beats War of the Worlds by millions) and literally everyone from the president down is in on it (which makes me wonder what they are doing they are trying to distract us from) OR:

      There are a ton of people, in a boat load of trouble, and what we are seeing is the thrashing and turnings of those people trying to get out of the ropes of corruption that bind them. That means that anything and everything is on the table, up to and including the senate NOT holding open trials and just holding more “secret crap”, with a “secret vote” and expecting people to be okay with it.

      Your logic is there is no way McConnell does that, my logic says if a public hearing brings forth proof of his own corruption and complicity, then yes he will. Or if he isn’t worried for himself, I’m sure he has family he is worried for.

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  14. ElTocaor says:

    HOW ABOUT A VOTE TO DECLARE WAR THERE, F****O?

    Liked by 4 people

  15. Mike Robinson says:

    Above all, the military industrial complex doesn’t want it considered that there might be a better strategy than injecting Americans into centuries-old tribal wars with no authority to win.

    But, this is what PDJT is above all: a strategist.

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    • Especially without declaring war Mike Robinson.

      As you point out throwing our fine young men and women of the military into centuries old tribal wars is NOT a good idea at all.

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    • doofusdawg says:

      Mitch may have leverage over Trump with impeachment but you can’t arbitrarily remove Barr from the equation. Barr did not come out of retirement and risk everything in order to do the work then have Mitch or anyone else tell him that things are going to be swept under the rug. And Barr is smart enough to see the quid pro quo that Mitch and others are trying to force on Trump. And I think Trump would like nothing more than be able to go to the American people and tell them of the blackmail… stated or inferred. That will be the day that twitter pulls the plug on Trump… and the day that politicians really will have to choose sides.

      And the ironic thing is that the left will finally get their revolution.

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  16. wildsailor2018 says:

    It is starting to sound like it is time to begin planning a demonstration on the steps of the Capital Building in support of the President. A few million of us standing silent outside the doors of the castle waiting for the venomous snakes to spit up may alter the outcome.

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  17. Julia Adams says:

    It’s official now, the filthy scoundrel Mitch just declared war on Trump. Who in the hell do these people think they are?

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  18. Tiffthis says:

    Cocaine Mitch was gonna join on impeachment anyway- take the troops out and make congress vote to send them back- let’s see how America feels about it 💯

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  19. Queens, NY says:

    The sooner the GOP commits suicide, the sooner a coherent opposition can form to battle the Marxist crazies. They have to stop Trump to save their necks, but, their doom is sealed when they do.

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  20. dcnnc says:

    The second tweet from McConell clearly states that many of his “democrat colleagues were wanting to pull out of Syria and Afghanistan just a few months ago. Can’t have it both ways” and he wants to make sure he gets everybody on record.

    This looks more like slick ol McConnell wanting to get Dems on the record to me.

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  21. I thought the old bastard had polio. Where the hell did he get his spine straightened out?
    The only credit I can give him is he laid his cards on the table and dared PDJT to make a move.
    I don’t give a rat’s rectum if PDJT orders ALL the troops in the ME back home and if he’s impeached – so be it.

    He’ll be a hero to the American people.

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  22. warrprin1 says:

    Buckle up. Here we go…

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  23. Cocoon says:

    Like the FBI and DOJ, it appears politicians too are sending Trump a message.
    Whether SSCI members, Gang of Eight members or Obama Regime team, all are signaling for Trump to stop investigating foreign involvement in the 2016 election.
    Can we now address the elephant in the room?
    We seem to have many privileged elected officials jealous of the Russian oligarchs and are making their families rich with foreign monies.
    US has been for sale for some time.

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    • Matthew LeBlanc says:

      They all follow the tried and true rule of “accusing your enemies of what you are doing”. The idea “Russian” or “Ukraine” oligarchs are any more corrupt than your typical US Senator is a farce.

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    • III% says:

      Well, yeah. I kinda grew up knowing that kickbacks and corruption were part and parcel. The thing is they let it get out of hand and they started believing their own b.s. Normal, everyday, working Americans know that there are payoffs, kickbacks, the siphoning of funds for this or that, nepotism, all the nasty stuff, and as long as the political class wasn’t too obvious about it, it was just one of those things you lived with. However, these guys have lived in their own echo chamber so long, they have forgotten that they are “permitted” not “ordained”. Personally I hope it comes to a head because the only way to get a lot of the issues fixed here is to clean out the worst of the offenders and make examples that will stand as a reminder for years to come for the future “public servants”.

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      • I agree about many of us knowing about the kickbacks and corruption in government III%.

        But usually it did not involve selling out America to foreign countries.

        We all snickered and laughed a bit at elected officials “feathering their own nests” but until the last three decades or so we have not see it to be treasonous.

        What these Congresscritters have been doing is so far beyond what many of us could even imagine.

        We had no idea how far down the river they had sold our beautiful Country.

        Now we know and we are not going to let them either continue or slip the hook.

        I do believe that they are fighting to the death here just like any old fish that you can hook.

        Thrashing and flipping until it is worn out and then you reel it in.

        We must hold steady, letting the line out a bit and reeling them in a bit but like the fisherman, always in charge.

        Then when the time is right and they are all worn out we reel them in and they are caught and dead in the water.

        Donald Trump is the best ind of fisherman I have ever seen.

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  24. Joe says:

    Burn it down. Call the Bluff make them bring impeach charges.

    Bring them all home.

    This country needs a push over the edge to get people off the couch.

    Seeing an impeachment with the limp wristed evidence these quacks are bringing to the table only ends in a yuge awakening and destroys the left for…awhile anyways.

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  25. CM-TX says:

    Supposedly…

    “Jordan’s King Abdullah Rejects Pelosi and Schiff By Endorsing Trump Withdrawal From Syria”

    | Their first stop was Jordan, where both Pelosi and Schiff tried to get the King of Jordan to condemn President Trump’s decision to pull out of Syria, but they didn’t succeed. Instead, King Abdullah reinforced how important it is to maintain Syrian borders. According to the Jordan News Agency: |

    https://lauraloomer.us/2019/10/22/jordans-king-abdullah-rejects-pelosi-and-schiff-by-endorsing-trump-withdrawal-from-syria/#.Xa84BE_KCwK.twitter

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  26. Marina Sapir says:

    It is rare moment when Republicans say loud and clear what they really want. Usually, they are just passively complaining about being treated badly by Democrats.

    It seems, it does not matter which Republicans we elect. We just reproduce the same structure, which serves to support the deep state.

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  27. rightmover says:

    And yet, like clockwork, every week or two some squish-minded pundit or commenter will defend McConnell by championing all the Trump-nominated judges that he helped push through.
    Bullsh*t.
    Mitch is backstabbing Beltway scum and he always has been, and I’m never in a mood to defend him or give him credit “where it’s due.”
    He has always been an enemy of Donald Trump and, going back way before Trump entered politics, an enemy of Democracy and of the people.
    He is Tom Donahue’s b!tch. Period. So let’s never defend this patrician P.O.S. ever again.

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    • Matthew LeBlanc says:

      Mitch’s money bags demand the judges so they can count on private property rights being maintained. His judge appointments are tied to those financial supporters desires not anything MAGA related.

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  28. Psycho Monkee says:

    Evil money grubbers. Spill more unnecessary blood Mitch? Sick of the ME treadmill of misery. Citizens of KY, know thy enemy.

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  29. Trapper says:

    Hahahaha. Think this through. Would that be a declaration of war? Who all will put their names on this? Once again, Donald J Trump singlehandedly has them surrounded.

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  30. Let’s consider the CONTEXT:

    Congress has not yet passed APPROPRIATIONS.

    They will withhold $$$ from CRITICAL NEEDS
    … to DAMAGE the Country
    … to INJURE the Trump Base
    … and ERODE support for Trump
    … “OR ELSE”.

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  31. Worsel says:

    Turncoat Senator Richard Burr to Call in Impeachment Witnesses to Testify – Ignores Biden Crime Family

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/10/turncoat-senator-richard-burr-to-call-in-impeachment-witnesses-to-testify-ignores-biden-crime-family/

    There are 20 + RINOs ready to remove President Trump.

    Time to Cowboy up.

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  32. Linus in W.PA. says:

    If the Trumpet is going to expose how politicians have grafted from the US Foreign Aid gravy train, like the Bidens, then it’s going to rip both parties.

    Mitch doesn’t have clean hands there, most likely.

    Trump is our man….the people’s man. Unfortunately, many stupid people (voters) don’t realize it.

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  33. mj_inOC says:

    No matter what MM may try to do,
    rest assured God is still sovereign, guiding our President and VP,
    by His wisdom for His Glory.

    Amen.
    KAG

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  34. Redhotrugmama says:

    Mitch and Lindsey dont care about their re-elections. Mitch just crossed the line. Sadly they hate our country and president just enough to do that and convict him.

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    • ezpz2 says:

      You’re right. They DON’T care about reelection —anymore. They’ve enriched themselves quite heartily while pretending to serve the Americans who elected them.

      The only reason, imo, that they ever care about re/election is to serve themselves, not us.

      Funny how rich they get during their tenure.

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  35. Dances with Wolverines says:

    Let’s reinstate the draft so these war mongering politicians can watch THEIR children shed their blood and body parts defending countries who hate us just so they can make a dollar.

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  36. TheWanderingStar says:

    Since weak leader McConnell is so keen on exercising his own power to keep our soldiers in harms way and intruding on the Executive Branch, maybe he should also shoulder the burden of writing the condolence letters to the families of the fallen.

    WTF Republicans?!! Do we not have the will to select better leaders in both houses of Congress or to even call them out? These uniparty types, such as McConnell and McCarthy et al, sicken me with their lack of spine and character.

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  37. maggiemoowho says:

    It’s beyond sick that McConnell and Schumer want American troops to die for their own political agendas. With any luck McConnell and Schumer will follow in the foot steps of Cummings and join him in hell where they belong.

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  38. spren says:

    I may be wrong, but I don’t recall a vote in congress authorizing our presence or military involvement in Syria. In fact I think such a thing was proposed and rejected during Obama’s administration.

    Why doesn’t Mitch bring up a vote to authorize us being there in the first place rather than the weasel-worded one he is suggesting?

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    • Carrie says:

      Exactly! Let him take the consequences for officially declaring WAR with Syria (or is it against Turkey? Or is it defending marxist rebel Kurds who are part of the terrorist organization the PKK?) Let’s loudly call out the hypocrisy of declaring war in a region where troops were never allowed anyway.

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  39. Nick the Deplorable says:

    President is commander in chief of the military period. Congress can only vote to go to war they do not get to be generals like in the British army.

    Liked by 2 people

  40. Just spoke to mitch’s office about this tweet.( It took three tries due to high volume of calls and voice mail full.)

    Gave them a shorter version of this article. Gentleman did let me speak my peace.

    Of course gentleman said he would convey my message.

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    • rightmover says:

      Gentleman lied to you.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Rightmover, you may be correct…or not.
        I am simply exercising my right to do what I can. Vote in ALL elections – local, state and federal.
        Campaign and provide support for my candidate in all races. Make phone calls to voice displeasure or agreement with all officials and or politicians.

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        • P says:

          TY bambamtakethat for the above (tweaked just a little).

          What everyone can do:

          1__Vote in ALL elections – local, state and federal.
          2__Campaign and provide support for MAGA/KAG candidates in all races.
          3__Make phone calls and/or write to voice displeasure or agreement with all officials and/or politicians.

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  41. progpoker says:

    President Trump was right to ask, where it was written that we signed up to protect Muh Kurds until the end of times. America’s word? Really? Have you seen the jackwagons that are running Operation America in the middle East? Or, pushing the MuhWord and MuhSacredHonor tripe? Really?

    Congress: Declare War on Turkey or GTFO!!!

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  42. Somebody says:

    I’ve never liked Lindsey Graham, however he said IF there was a crime he’d support impeachment. Well no duh, anybody would. He specifically said there is no quid pro quo in the transcript, then said show me quid pro quo outside of the phone call. The ambassador and special envoy, as well as Senator Johnson specifically asked about it and said there wasn’t. The President of Ukraine was unaware of any delay, so it’s hard to prove some kind of extortion if the supposed victim is unaware.

    Graham runs his mouth non-stop, it’s his trademark all talk and no action. I just don’t get the hair on fire based on a misleading headline. Then reading into a tweet an implied threat.

    All that being said, no doubt McConnell would love to be rid of POTUS as would many in the republican party, but POTUS has a 94% approval rating and if these slimy creeps are good at anything it’s knowing which way the wind is blowing and they are facing a hurricane force headwind with their voters when it comes to removing POTUS.

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  43. Loren says:

    I tell ya! The corrupt congress is not leaving the U.S. citizen with ‘any’ options to clean-up the corruption in DC and that is a very very bad thing. We are being left with no chose.

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  44. sundance says:

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  45. woohoowee says:

    Americans want our troops home and these endless “wars” stopped. McTurtle know this. He doesn’t respect Americans or our military.

    Liked by 3 people

  46. jrapdx says:

    If Mitch & company engineer an escalation of war in Syria involving US forces, my guess is Pres Trump will assure military action is devastating and decisive, and by all means will be over quickly. Remember what he did to the Russian assault on US positions in Syria—the Russian unit of 500 or so men was simply obliterated.

    At the end of it the RINO (and Democrat) warmongers will be left holding the bag. They got the war they instigated so they can’t complain they didn’t get it. But it won’t be prolonged, with very little profit in it and nowhere to go with it.

    And nothing left but the whimpering of the defeated on Capitol Hill.

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  47. woohoowee says:

    UniParty:

    Colonialism = Bad
    Occupation = Good

    Yessir, CongressCreeps really think Americans are stupid.

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  48. 2013gti says:

    It’s about to get really ugly. But do not despair, GOD won this war a long time ago. The Swamp is just now starting to realize it. Pray fervently for our VSGPT and all Treepers, and be ready to invade the Swamp if called,

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  49. PCS says:

    The president has all the tools to bring the hammer down on the entire corrupt establishment.

    It’s easy to lose sight of that.

    Also, this is a highly experienced major league level real estate developer who understands time lines and gaant charts better than 99.9 percent of the population.

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  50. The Devilbat says:

    The president needs to address the nation on national prime time television to explain what is going on and who is against him. If the media won’t do it then the president can. Let’s see if the obvious massive public opinion to bring our troops home can scare away the paid off politicians who are running for office.

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