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.]


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. The Akh says:

    Is ol’ Mitch going to use the same coalition to support impeachment as payback? Would he dare push it that far?

    Liked by 1 person

    • suejeanne1 says:

      Rand Paul-KY, Senate Majority Leader (my prayer)


    • John55 says:

      McConnell is 77. If he makes it past the GOP primary in two weeks time then he’s set for another six years, until he is 83. Then he will probably retire. So he has nothing to fear from the electorate.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

        If President Trump is removed from office by those crooked politicians… getting themselves re-elected will be the LEAST of their worries. Same goes for the arrogant coup d’état co-conspirators in The Press. They may be dumb but they’re not stupid. Surely they know the sentiment of the nation by now and how tens of millions of little people – the “irredeemable Deplorables” – will respond if anything happens to President Trump.

        Liked by 3 people

        • Aeyrie says:

          I respectfully submit that the legacy media is dumb, just as you say Deplorable_V. AND stupid. Terminally stupid. They will be aware of nothing that concerns the people as long as they have their eyes shut, fingers in ears, and are doubling down on daily vomiting noxious blather. Fear for their six-figure livelihoods and the whips of their corrupt and treasonous Mockingbird overlords being cracked over their backs will keep them in the hell they have chosen for themselves. Count on it.


  2. ElGato says:

    Go to the source tweet at the top of the page and check out the responses. Cocaine Mitch is getting obliterated. This is backfiring BIGLY.

    Liked by 13 people

  3. donny2837 says:

    We going into way beyond 4D chess territory here. This grunt was following it pretty good. But in the last week, have no idea where Commander in Chief has his pieces. Don’t even know most of the pieces he has in play. Much less, knowing where they are moving.

    One thing is KNOWN. The ENEMY’S propaganda arm has their hair on fire.


  4. islandpalmtrees says:

    This is all about ARMS sales and kick backs they receive. It’s all so clear for everyone to see now. More war, more profit.

    Liked by 19 people

  5. Newhere says:

    In a sense this is actually good news.

    Think of it like this: Trump has been storming a beach to get to a protected stronghold; the dems, as opposition party, represent the first line of defense — the machine guns aimed at the shore; McConnell and the corrupt republicans represent the second line of defense, the bunkers at the edge of the stronghold. Which is to say, if Trump weren’t succeeding, he’d never get this far: the point of open warfare with the Uniparty republicans. McConnell and his henchmen would much prefer that the citizenry never see his internecine war with the President. If he’s having to publicly warn the president, it means the president is getting too close, and to empowered.


    Truly, operators like McConnell (just like Brennan) NEVER want to have to bring their battles into the public eye. When they have to, they’re losing.

    Trump has always known this. Trump has always known McConnell and the Uniparty republicans he owns are the last line of defense for Uniparty hopes to neutralize him. Why would Trump *publicly* announce a policy shift in Syria, now? He could have handled the Turkey/Kurd situation without a conspicuous, stick-in-the-neocon-eye policy announcement. It’s no secret that the moves on the ground, and the public explanation for those moves can be different things. Trump chose to stick it to the warmongers now. Does it sound like a President who’s afraid of the Uniparty?

    It’s truly harrowing to watch all of Trump’s would-be allies — the republicans — failing to step up, or actively assisting the coup. But honestly when you pan out, you have to realize for Trump to succeed at draining the swamp, this always was inevitable, and that makes it a GOOD sign. It’s an indicator that they (Swamp Uniparty) is afraid that their crimes *aren’t* going to be whitewashed, that Trump *isn’t* being handled, and on the flip-side it’s a sign that Trump believes he’s got the leverage and positioning to go all in.

    Let’s hope.

    Liked by 38 people

    • Terrific assessment, Newhere.

      Liked by 3 people

    • islandpalmtrees says:

      If President Trump is impeached he can done none this. Want to really that the chance?


      • islandpalmtrees says:

        Want to really take the chance?


        • Newhere says:

          I don’t want to take ANY chance. What I’m saying is this stand-off was always inevitable, if Trump is truly going to drain the swamp. Meaning that republican solidarity indicates paradoxically that Trump is still holding back. So as worrying as it is to see him taking fire on literally ALL fronts, we should understand that it means he’s forging ahead, and that he never was going to be able to accomplish what we hoped he would (an elected him to accomplish) without at some point running up against all out warfare from his own side.

          Liked by 9 people

    • 3and2fastball says:

      @Newhere, thank you. I have to ask, in MAGA times, how could a RINO continue to support the never ending wars?

      This is so disgusting. The personal enrichment of politicians is even far worse than their already stinking reputation. I’m close to the 70 mark, grew up next door to a “county commissioner” of dubious deeds….a corrupt creep. This ingrained distrust of politicians has become nowadays greater than I choose to further, closely follow.

      I’m not surprised anymore.

      After MAGA, I do believe though, that good can happen. I so hope our President can get decent values back home again, and rid us of at least a good portion of the Beltway rot.


      • Aeyrie says:

        “After MAGA, I do believe though, that good can happen.” ~ 3and2fastball

        I believe that good will come out of this also, 3and2. I would posit that one of the goals of this odious exercise of carefully lifting all the bandaids and uncovering the corruption and perversion infecting our society would be to achieve a visceral revulsion to the stench of it. When everyone has become sensitive to that offensive smell our reaction to it will become so strong that none of us will tolerate even a whiff of it for a very long time to come. God willing. And may it soon come to pass!

        Liked by 1 person

    • 🍺Gunny66 says:


      Perfect assessment. Logical, and on point.

      Gives an air of confidence to all..


      Liked by 3 people

    • Linda K. says:

      Mick Mulvaney must be part of the set up with his statement the other day, and Rand Paul stood up with Trump to stop Mitch McConnell. Where do you think Pence stands?

      Liked by 3 people

      • Maybe holding his finger up in the air checking on wind direction? Although I have not found fault with him – I don’t trust him. Kind of like Gibbs’ gut feeling.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Aeyrie says:

          My gut still goes off when I see him also, though he appears to be improving somewhat in demeanor, or “energy signature”, if you grok that. (Operative word there is “appears”.) POTUS is giving him more responsibility, which is very probably a test. I wouldn’t trust him as far as I could throw him.

          Liked by 1 person

      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        Pence is part of it….

        Ask yourself a question. Maybe I missed it…

        Has Pence “Once”…just ‘Once” appeared on any shows defending the President?…….

        I have documentation….put it here a few times….


        • BitchyPants says:

          Pence was on with Laura Ingraham tonight defending President Trump
          He was in Syria – so I guess there are no tv cameras there?


      • Craig Hill says:

        Pence doesn’t play with Elohim. He is solid!

        Liked by 1 person

    • jeans2nd says:

      Or – McConnell is doing Pres Trump a favor.
      Pres Trump kept a campaign promise, enraging the Kurds but pleasing Deplorables – positive for Pres Trump.

      In the interim, Pres Trump determines some troops must remain, and all must remain close – possible negative for Pres Trump.

      McConnell issues his ultimatum, pleasing his donors, and directing the Deplorable’s anger toward McConnell – positive for McConnell, Pres Trump, and the Kurds

      Life is good in the Swamp once again, for all except Pres Trump

      And – Pres Trump guaranteed a win on the next round, possibly USMCA, possibly Impeachment Inquisition


    • railer says:

      Very shrewd analysis, my deplorable comrade. Trump is shrugging off Nancy’s impeachment charade, and plowing forward, so McConnell is coming up out of his hole and being forced to get involved personally.

      Liked by 1 person

  6. dawg says:

    Sundance! When did Lindsey Graham say he supported the impeachment of President Trump???

    He did not say that!

    Liked by 1 person

    • thedoc00 says:

      1-2 days ago Lindsey said, publicly, that he would consider impeachment conviction if current allegations were proven true.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Newhere says:

        Yeah, I think he said if “quid pro quo” were proven.

        Which is ridiculous, because “quid pro quo” isn’t even a crime. It would apply anytime a president tried to use leverage for really any reason (could argue it was to “interfere in the election” by securing a favorable outcome). So Lindsay’s both leaving the door open, and reinforcing the idea that a BS, made-up “crime” is actually a crime.

        Lindsay is pathetic and should be viewed as part of the swamp, full stop.

        Liked by 6 people

      • dawg says:

        Even if he said that, thats not even what Sundance is saying he said. Link?

        This is the most aggressive thing I can find the Senator saying regarding this:

        “if you could show me that, you know, Trump was actually engaging in a quid pro quo, outside the phone call, that would be very disturbing.”

        Lindsey Graham just introduced this:

        Senate officially condemning the impeachment

        Sundance needs to correct this.


      • We’re seeing constant feints from the UniParty from all directions.

        Great sign of panic.

        Liked by 4 people

        • Raptors2020 says:

          Alinsky Rule 8: Keep the Pressure On.
          The Republicans are joining in. Keep the pressure on Trump and hope he breaks and does something outrageous (a Saturday Night Massacre?) that they can use to justify impeachment.

          McConnell may also be getting brave because his Democrat senatorial opponent, Amy McGrath, looked strong at first but has turned out to be weak. Kentucky’s version of Beto.


        • Despicable Me says:

          Agreed. The continuing frenzy is most likely panic related but it also could be an indication that some members of the uniparty are actually operated by multiple puppeteers hanging around the periphery of the stage who have conflicting upstream or downstream goals and priorities and have moved to protect a threatened agenda (visible or hidden). A typical marionette has between 16 and 23 strings but a more complex one can have 28 strings. Imagine the contortions that could result with five or six different masters pulling all those strings in different directions. What’s a puppet to do? It’s a terrible thing to be owned by and beholden to another. I’m not extending or implying empathy or sympathy here. Members of Congress are presumably educated adults and formed relationships with (e.g., sold out to) their puppeteer(s) with eyes wide open.


      • Newhere says:

        Graham is like “the friend with the beer” in the Truman Show. The Uniparty thinks it can send Lindsey to the golf course with Trump to manage him. So, we get a flash of Lindsey’s true feelings (his initial swampy reaction on Syria), then he huddles with his own handlers, comes up with some sort of “make-nice” line for public consumption and shows up back on the WH doorstep with a six-pack of beer and a fresh line of BS designed to maneuver Trump back into line. Graham’s been playing this role ever since Trump won the primary.

        Liked by 3 people

    • uvaldegirl says:

      I do not recall Lindsay specficially supporting impeachement.
      But, do you trust Lindsay Graham to ever support the president? I do not. And the only time Lindsay was adequately vocal in supporting a Trump action was the Kavanaugh nomination. Increasingly, Lindsay’s loud support of the justice makes me ever so slightly begin to doubt Kavanaugh’s longterm conservatism. Is he a Roberts, for example.
      I realize I am drifting here, but the Uniparty/Washington scene has me believing absolutely nothing.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Aeyrie says:

        “I realize I am drifting here, but the Uniparty/Washington scene has me believing absolutely nothing.” ~uvaldegirl

        Drifting, LO(. Watching the Washington swamp creatures slither in and out tends to get you feeling that way! It’s all Kabuki and everyone is playing their role. Takes a chess master like PDJT to keep them all straight in one’s mind. We may not know who all of them really are until the masks come off and the bows are taken at the final curtain. I am certain there will be many surprises! As for me, I’m holding steady up in my tree and keeping both eyes open.


      • Yippeekiyay says:

        I agree, uvaldegirl. Lindsay looks out for Lindsay. He’s a weasel.


  7. @ChicagoBri says:

    Let my good friend Senator McConnell know what you think:

    Liked by 4 people

  8. Colorado Rich says:

    Traitors and enemies within our gates everywhere. President Trump isn’t in this for anything except to get the job done, save America from this scum and give the government back to US, the forgotten men and women of this country. Watch, he baiting them all into a trap. God bless PDJT and all patriots.

    Liked by 5 people

  9. bluebongo says:

    Cocaine Mitch has NOT read “The Art of the Deal” apparently, and continues at his own risk.

    This President has drawn a red line, he will not let anyone cross it without payback…10x over.

    Liked by 4 people

  10. Suddenly OUT of the BLUE
    … after what must be a Backlash Tsunami 😳
    … Slitherin’ Mitch files Cloture for a single Judge – in KENTUCKY. 🙄

    Liked by 1 person

  11. HA says:

    I think we’re witnessing the beginning of the end of the Republican party.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Justin Green says:

      The beginning started decades ago. However, like some painful, slow-growing but hard-to-treat cancers, the end will take quite some time.


    • Owl says:

      Yep! Just like we’re witnessing the end of the ol Democratic Party. Lots of turmoil, as the Swamp is being exposed.


    • mr.piddles says:

      Good. That’s why I voted for Donald J. Trump in 2016. Amongst other reasons. But that was a big one.

      Liked by 1 person

    • suejeanne1 says:

      flipping their Whigs

      Liked by 1 person

    • Raptors2020 says:

      Did you check the Canadian version of a RINO Andrew Scheer, who just managed to lose a very winnable election to Trudeau? Did you see the British Conservative Party’s idea of a conservative in their last leader, Theresa May? Or watch Romney’s pathetic campaign in 2012?

      True conservatives are very scarce in the modern western world. Angela Merkel, believe it or not, is considered a conservative by German standards. How many people have Trump’s courage, to stand up to the Media’s endless abuse? We’re already seeing the answer: Trump is Aslan, surrounded by jackals. Wishing won’t change that; you’ll tear down the Republican Party, only to wind up with a new assembly of jackals.


  12. @ChicagoBri says:

    And all of you who constantly say we have to vote for the GOP as it’s the lesser of two evils….pound sand.


    • mimbler says:

      yes, because we’d be so much better off with a dem majority in the senate /sarc

      Liked by 3 people

      • Justin Green says:

        Sometimes you just have to pull the tooth instead of living with it.

        Republicans have until next November to put the pressure where it needs to go to land some criminals in prison, or the ONLY Republican I will be voting for will be Trump. I, unfortunately, don’t have a Jim Jordan or Devin Nunez here to support. So the rest can take a long walk off a short pier.

        It does no good to vote against Democrats only to get a Democrat.


      • @ChicagoBri says:

        It’s so much more pleasant to be stabbed in the back by a putative ally.


    • deplorable says:

      This is why more and more citizens call themselves Independents – not Republicans and not Democrats. Because they despise the Uni-Party.


  13. Bogeyfree says:

    This threat IMO has ZERO to do with Syria and their desire to keep troops there.

    It’s all about exposing dirty hands.

    Liked by 3 people

  14. not2worryluv says:

    McConnell and Graham two bullies using their power to threaten the President.
    No money to the RNC!
    Are they not comprehending how we the people elected President Trump to lead our Country not to follow the Lifetime Politicians that got us in this Middle Eastern Mess…..and that includes George W Bush!
    Don’t Tread On Me!

    Liked by 6 people

    • uvaldegirl says:

      To Mitt’s niece, Ronna McDaniel? Not a cent. Only to specific candidates.

      Liked by 4 people

      • steph_gray says:

        I’ve only just started my list for 2020, but here’s the bit I have so far. The little lion 🦁 emoji represent races where I heard or saw PDJT specifically endorse in a rally or tweet.

        🦁 Jason Lewis running for Senate in MN

        Jim Lower challenging Justin Amash in MI

        John James for Senate in MI

        Sandy Smith & Garland Tucker in NC against Thom Tillis for Senate – Smith is the outsider

        🦁 Dan Bishop in NC against Dan McReady – House
        as well as Greg Murphy – both for Congress

        🦁 Louisiana – Eddie Rispone or Ralph Abraham against Dim John Bel Edwards

        Eric Early against Schiffty Schiff in CA

        Lacy Johnson (R) against Ilhan Omar in MN

        Liked by 1 person

  15. Bogeyfree says:

    PT should tweet back, I’m taking the troops out so if McConnell and Lindsey want troops to stay in Syria then declare a war.

    Please Mr. President call them out.

    Liked by 15 people

  16. Bogeyfree says:

    So how fast can we circulate via social media for all MAGA supports to STOP any and all contributions to the RNC and we only give to PT campaign?

    Liked by 4 people

  17. bluecat57 says:

    Or else he’ll cooperate even less? Is that possible?

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Kleen says:

    Another example of what GOP can do when they want to fight for something

    They are not cowards afraid of Democrats

    No no no! They cowards pretending to be Republicans.

    Their 3 year long inaction is planed. It’s meant to allow Democrats do what they need to do.

    And the sheep thinks they are stupid or afraid.

    They are neither. This is intentional

    Liked by 2 people


    POTUS opens by inaugurating the “AMERICA FIRST CAUCUS” of the Republican Party.

    • All members of the Freedom Caucus JOIN it.

    • They announce the America First Caucus PLATFORM.

    • They staff the America First Caucus MEMBERSHIP VETTING COMMITTEE.

    • They VET every Resolution and Bill and announce whether it’s PUTTING AMERICA FIRST!

    Liked by 5 people

  20. mr.piddles says:

    The “need for a strong U.S. presence” is now a “principle”?

    I agree with the Antifa D*ckheads: McTurtle gotta go.

    Liked by 2 people

  21. sundance says:

    Liked by 5 people

    • The Akh says:

      So its firnly in the hands of Roberts if the Dems manage to get a house vote? Schiff and co. are selectively leading and than leaking to prime the narrative. They will craft the articles in private and then push for a quick vote before any formal or informal cross examination can occur.

      Then Roberts has the wheel.

      Liked by 1 person

    • IGiveUp says:

      yeah McConnells’ threats are getting less subtle, forcing him to take off his panda mask. To me it’s frightening when I see what they really are, but maybe Trump thrives in that kind of situation and always knew because he lived among them.

      Liked by 2 people

  22. jx says:

    Trump is just the beginning. Shape up Republicans, NOW. If Republicans don’t stand with the President and fight NOW, then #ReplaceCongress All of them.

    Liked by 2 people

  23. Bogeyfree says:

    PT needs to tweet…..

    If they want our young men and women to fight and possibly get killed in action then declare war. And on another note I wonder how all these Congressional folks made so much money during the time they have been in political office? Hmmm………

    Maybe this needs a Special Counsel to investigate??

    Liked by 1 person

  24. burnett044 says:

    the plan??? trust it????

    Liked by 2 people

  25. burnett044 says:

    there was a time when a person ..a patriot went to Congress to represent the people to do a duty…
    now they go in to get rich….they are professionals..

    Liked by 2 people

  26. Bogeyfree says:

    IMO this is not about Syria but about keeping Durham and Barr from exposing the Ukrainian money corruption pipeline that most likely involves Americans.

    I wonder who the Americans might be that have been on the take all these years??


    Liked by 2 people

    • Abster says:

      I hope Durham and Barr aren’t jetting around the globe just buying more time for the evil left. Lots of unknowns and false reports. Thank goodness for CTH and all of the great comments.

      Liked by 1 person

  27. Bogeyfree says:

    FOLLOW THE MONEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Liked by 3 people

  28. Sun Yat Sen says:

    Pelosi and Schiff are in a foreign country working against the President while he is running for a 2nd term. They are interfering in the election!

    Liked by 1 person

  29. WVNed says:

    After working a lifetime to get a place at the trillion dollar pig trough you think they will give it up.
    Not without a fight.

    Liked by 1 person

  30. jx says:

    What’s the goal in Syria, Mitch? Non-stop chaos? What’s the goal? State it clearly.

    How about Afghanistan? What’s the goal? Protecting the poppies? State it clearly.

    Quit mumbling, take the marbles out of your harrumphing mouth and state the goals. Decades in these countries while you bumble and mumble doesn’t cut it. Why should we die?

    Liked by 5 people

  31. 56packardman says:

    We all knew it was only a matter of time before Mrs. McConnell stabbed the President in the back. The only surprise is that it took Mrs. McConnell this long …

    Liked by 2 people

    • jx says:

      McConnell, Schiff, and Graham are members of a club.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Dutchman says:

        The club is called CONmunists, there is no real ‘ideology’; that is all pablum, to fool the mass of useful idiots, and hardcore ‘true believers’;
        At the top, it is about power, and corruption, a kind of ‘fuedalism’, a small group of elitists ruling over the masses, and aquiring enormous wealth and priviledge (which, semantically means ‘private law’, as in one set of rules for the elites, a different one for the masses )for they and their offspring.

        Everything else about Conmunism is bullshirt; and Mitch is a Conmunist, every bit as much as Pelosi or Chairman for life Xi.

        Liked by 2 people

  32. bosscook says:

    As Sundance as said many times…”there are trillions at stake”. All the takers and traitors are as close to being exposed as they ever were. They are so desperate for the exposure to NOT happen, they are taking extreme risks, whereas before, it was so easy to fool Americans with the complicit media. Easy! Now, Trump has made it very difficult and what we are witnessing is the prelude to a revolution. Whether it’s a violent revolution or otherwise…remains to be seen. But a revolution is coming.

    Liked by 3 people

  33. Rose says:

    He betrays the military every chance he gets, why isn’t he issuing the threat to congress who decides what wars are fought? I hate that vile man, he has no spine and he works to advance himself and his wealth and the US be damned.


  34. Judy says:

    I wonder who has the dirt on McConnell??

    Liked by 2 people

  35. Captain Morgan says:

    I sent the good Senator my thoughts (i.e. I STAND WITH TRUMP).

    Liked by 2 people

  36. Merkin Muffley says:

    Hey, Mitch! How do you like having those Antifa thugs camped out in front of your house and threatening you? Now just think what it will be like if you sell President Trump up the river. Think Antifa and the Democrats will leave you alone, or will they get even worse? It’s your choice, Mitch.

    Liked by 1 person

  37. beaujest says:

    Fire the Turtle’s wife !

    Liked by 2 people

    • IGiveUp says:

      I’m beginning to see that managing McConnell and his Repub corruptocrats is the same as managing Xi and China. It’s a dance of sorts, but a deadly serious one, and must be gameplayed out 50 moves in advance. At least we’re on to it now.

      Liked by 2 people

  38. Greg Dane says:

    This could not be expressed any better when it comes to politicians and their drive to send those into harms way that they they do not have the testicular fortitude to do themselves.

    A politician is a fellow who will lay down your life for his country.
    ~ Tex Guinan~

    Liked by 2 people

  39. Somebody's Gramma says:

    First, we knew this was coming. We knew that Trump’s promise to drain the Swamp would eventually take this turn. $300M raised for the Republican party… that’s all Trump. While I’ve watched McConnell get the judges approved, I knew that at some point McConnell and Trump would butt heads big time. Maybe… just maybe… we’ll get a new independent party out of this and Trump will be the guy. LOL. I realize that’s a pipe dream. But, I actually believe Trump can fight both the Republicans and the Democrats and win!


  40. andy says:

    So the guy who oversaw the football sized bundles of cash in Iraq is the star witness? William Taylor?


  41. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    So old senator Mitch is joining the Democrat Lynch Mob? How dare he!

    Back in 1998 congressman Jerry Nadler accused the Republicans of running a Lynch Mob against his pal President Clinton. The media all nodded in agreement.


  42. Dutchman says:

    “JUST SAYIN”? I been ‘just sayin’ all along, the WHOLE reason for mueller, was to give McConnell an excuse, “political cover” to do what he SOOOO wants to do, which is to order his caucus to vote to impeach PDJT.

    And yes, there is no WAY McConnell didn’t ‘sign off’ or ‘greenlight’ both crossfire hurricane AND the ‘insurance policy’ of Mueller Weismann.

    And that goes for Graham, Burr, Cornyn, Grassley, etc. Along with Dem leadership, of coarse.

    It is THEY who are protecting the small group, because if the small group is threatened with serious jail time, they WILL “flip”; they have sent clear signals, all along.

    And, I come back to, if you believe this, how can you POSSIBLY think McConnell would approve confirmation of Barr, unless he KNEW, for SURE, Barr would contain the damage.

    That he would assign Durham to REVIEW, that said review would take forever, and in the end would NOT lead to indictments, cause that mrans people naming names, like McConnell and Graham.

    McConnell is NOT going to slit his own throat.


  43. Mike in a Truck says:

    Since when did the Senate or the House make foreign policy? That’s the role of the Executive. STFU Mitch you traitor.

    Liked by 4 people

  44. JoeMeek says:

    McConnell and Graham have less compassion for the lives and limbs of America’s troops than a typical mad scientist has for the lives and limbs of his lab rats.

    Liked by 2 people

  45. Rod says:

    As has been said before on this website, the election of Justin from Canadia is a critical juncture. As soon as the election was decided for Justin from Canadia, Cocaine Mitch was making his Syrian – Afghanistan announcement, Pelosi had a head start and was overseas and ready to cause chaos.
    The USMCA will now not happen. Full speed ahead with impeachment…with support from the Senate!!


  46. Kleen says:

    Trump should treat the swamp the same way they treat him

    Promise to campaign for them and don’t show up

    Just talk, but do nothing. Let them have their own empty rallies.


  47. Jason Ross says:

    Haughty Republicans who flaunt their anti-American globalism are worse than the most ardent Socialist, in my opinion.

    Under no circumstances should POTUS keep getting hand grenades lobbed at his back like this as he tries to implement MAGA. It’s perverse.


  48. dufrst says:

    Isn’t McConnell up for reelection next year? He better be careful because Kentucky loves Trump more than they do him, I reckon…

    Liked by 2 people

  49. islandpalmtrees says:

    This sounds like, that the coup members of Congress are seeking to interfere with the rights and privileges of the duly elected president.

    Is this not, another separation of powers violation?

    Democrats Seek to Withhold Pay to Force Impeachment Cooperation
    October 22, 2019

    WASHINGTON—Executive branch officials who interfere with colleagues cooperating with the impeachment inquiry could face the prospect of lost paychecks, if House Democrats impose an obscure provision that is routinely included in federal spending bills.


  50. Alleycats says:

    I bet there are enough people in Kentucky that like Mitch..
    but love President Trump.

    An independent candidate upset is not out of the realm. And no seat is 100%, just ask Eric Cantor.

    I have found cold cold icy anger is a terrific motivator.

    Liked by 2 people

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