Afternoon Impeachment Session – Kurt Volker and Tim Morrison – 2:30pm Livestream…

This afternoon at 2:30pm ET, Kurt Volker, former U.S. special envoy to Ukraine and Timothy Morrison, special assistant to the president and senior director for Europe and Russia at the National Security Council will testify to the impeachment committee.

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654 Responses to Afternoon Impeachment Session – Kurt Volker and Tim Morrison – 2:30pm Livestream…

  1. individualright says:

    yes he is struggling.

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    • Patience says:

      Yes…. Schiff’s eyes are telling.
      >They bulge –with excitement.

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    • William Murphy says:

      Schiff is a perv’.
      Go to toresay.c–, find the article; with photos of Schiff.with his friends, Dr. Bruce Hensel(pedo’arrested recently) and Ed Buck(gay murderer).
      No, really! Can’t make this up.
      Not on MSM, of course.

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  2. FPCHmom says:

    Epic tweet thread about the big picture –

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    • FPCHmom says:

      Click to read whole thing. It’s spot on.

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    • From the beginning, what set the United States apart from the Crown, from history, and from the world was the relationship between the government and the citizenry. That relationship can also describe the difference between a representative democracy and communism. It has become a fundamental distinction between Democrats and Republicans, liberal and conservatives, coastal, metropolitan, media and academic elites and rural America. It, among other things, is also responsible for the VSG election over HRC and The Ukraine in 2016. It is what we see on display during these hearings, the Special Counsel, Russiagate and Spygate, and the Deep State.

      That relationship: Does the government work for the Citizenry, or dies the citenzry work for the Government?

      Absent the introduction of external energy into the closed political system of the world, the natural end of democracy, and all political systems, i.e. political entropy, is communism.

      All too often, that external energy comes in the form of tragedy: natural disaster, war, revolution, pestilence, pandemic, etc.

      Ultimately the decision is discovered to be simple and binary: will I acknowledge God as god, or will I be god? A God-centered universe or a man-centered universe? I believe that was the fundamental question in the Garden, and in the Declaration, and in our present divided Nation.

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    • Somebody's Gramma says:

      Agreed. This impeachment charade is a big boomerang on the unelected bureaucrats and dirty elected officials. We finally get to see how corrupt our own government is. I call for a “tax holiday” until they show us where every dime ends up!! These people are sick.

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  3. Paprika says:

    Wait…..after recess we now have a 15 minute grill session by lawyers again…has it not been the pattern that we went to 5 minute questioning by committee members? When did this get changed? During the recess?

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  4. covfefe999 says:

    Goldman keeps referring to Burisma investigation as if it necessarily includes Biden. But there was a reason to investigate Burisma on its own, because it was corrupt. Unless the Dems can prove that there was some linkage of funds to Biden’s involvement with Burisma, the case is completely dead. I hope the Senate makes it DOA there.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      This is a great point, thank you. Pls continue to make it.

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      • zimbalistjunior says:

        it is more than that…unless they can show that the aid was conditioned upon investigating the bidens FOR THE SOLE AND SOLITARY PURPOSE OF 2020 elections there is no case
        and obviously, that cant be proved and actually can be easily disproved
        so there is no case.

        its the same thing as with mueller probe…unless they could have proved trump campaign actually was involved in the only criminal act , the alleged hack of dnc server, there was no case.
        that was obvious on day one that it couldnt be proved and actually could easily be disproved.
        and there wasnt a case but we wasted years on an idiotic probe.

        its that frikking simple

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    • jeans2nd says:

      This is a great point, thank you. Please continue making it.

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    • Presidents Clinton and Obama both believed corruption in Ukraine to be a big enough threat to the United States that President Clinton signed a mutual aid pact, President Obama withdrew lethal aide, regional missile protection systems, sent blankets, sided with Russia in their annexation of Crimea and slaughter of thousands of Ukrainians, and appointed VP Biden as the Administrations point man for Ukrainian Corruption. As to this last point, the Corruption Czar exceeded expectations, if a bit clumsy in his zeal and need for recognition. Nevertheless, when President Obama backed HRC for President in 2016 (because otherwise she would blackmail him and reveal his administration’s criminal behavior), he needed to come up with a consolation prize for the heart broken VP—a participation trophy, or in this case, ribbon. After all, it was only fair that President Obama got one after just a month in office (the Nobel); why shouldn’t Old Joe get one at the end of the Administration. So, just as the cowardly lion got a ribbon for courage, the VP got the Medal of Freedom for…well just because.

      But then…Orange Man. Confronted with a still-corrupt Ukraine, having corruptly interfered with the 2016 US election, but still threatened by Russia, and expecting, and needing, lethal aid from the United States, but also knowing it would likely be corrupted, the VSG approached the situation as he promised during the campaign, as the law permitted and as the AG was already doing, and as a good business man would be expected to do. And, as the former US point man for Ukrainian corruption, and with oodles of evidence “hiding in plain sight,” it would be irresponsible NOT to look at our (US) actions in Ukraine. (What’s more, as we learned in Kavanaugh v Grand Inquisitor, if VP Biden was clean as the wind driven snow, he should welcome, even ask for, an investigation. And, as we learned in Mueller, any objections serve as prima facie evidence of obstruction.)

      In sum, any a Ukrainian investigation of the former VP should not be viewed as a separate investigation or favor or QPQ, but rather as a fundamental inseparable part of the AG’s already ongoing legal investigation of corruption in the Ukraine, and responsive to Senator Grassley’s oversight letter of two years ago.

      That’s the way I see it.

      Fiat iustitia, et pereat mundus

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      • Now that I think about it, the difference between Obama/Biden and a Trump/Pence, in Ukraine or anywhere, is EXACTLY as AG Barr described in his a Federalist Society speech. If shortcuts need/can be taken in the pursuit and attainment of the greater good, then its worth it. They should just say, “Thank you Obama.” The rules apply to others. It’s really no different than Al Sharpton’s or President Clinton’s approach…a little “walking around money” (from a board appointment) is a small price to pay to solve corruption, or heal a Haiti, or heal racial strife—especially if it’s somebody else’s money…like the “Obama Stash.”

        Fiat iustitia, et pereat mundus

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  5. bullnuke says:

    The average American could care less about this schit show.

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  6. Troublemaker10 says:

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  7. Niagara Frontier says:

    Pelosi most likely has already instructed her minions to start drafting a strong Resolution of Censure against the President because this attempt at impeachment is about to come to a screeching halt.

    Liked by 8 people

    • covfefe999 says:

      Pelosi does not want to have an impeachment triali in the Senate while the primaries are going on, because we know the thing is going to flop and will make the Dems look stupid. But she has no control of the timing and I think Graham or McConnell have already said they wouldn’t start til Jan or Feb. lol

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  8. covfefe999 says:

    Hahaha Nunes is shredding Schiff regarding the special rules the Dems came up with. 🙂

    Liked by 8 people

  9. gabytango says:

    SHIFTY’s face!!!!!!! bwahahahah!!! Thank you, Nunes!!

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  10. youme says:

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  11. mauiis says:

    How the hell did a towel boy end up quarterbacking?

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  12. topavalley says:

    Listening to the Senate inquiry, or the Senate Circus or Inquisition as Nunez calls it.

    Schiff’s resolution changing the House rules is called Resolution 660. Nunez just referenced it again.
    It should be called Resolution 666.

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  13. covfefe999 says:

    Schiff’s not getting what he wants from Morrison. 🙂

    Liked by 3 people

  14. Vegas Guy says:

    Like I said earlier….these 2 witnesses are shredding the Dem strategy & Schiftt can’t rehab them,,,,LOL

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  15. Reserved55 says:

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  16. Bogeyfree says:

    Do not underestimate the DS and their 10 year build out of their database.

    It can be very influential and if Ukraine is any example many Americans may have had their hands in the cookie jar.

    So it would not surprise me to see 20 RINOS who end up willing to fall on their sword in order to kick PT out as the DS can not afford 5 more years of PT.

    The early tells that this could be a setup IMO will be:

    1) Even after 2-3 weeks of testimony with zero evidence the House moves and votes on articles of impeachment when millions are saying where is the evidence.

    2) After this fraud in the House, if McConnell doesn’t call it out as DOA.

    3) If the Senate trial rules that McConnell and Schumer devise come out with:
    A) protections for the Whistleblower or
    B) limits on witnesses PT’s team can call or
    C) other oddities not normally found under our Federal Rules of Evidence.

    As Sundance has said trillions are at stake along with possible indictments IMO if this isn’t nipped in the bud ASAP.

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    • Publius S says:

      Just like Uranium One. Way too many fingers in that cookie jar to investigate.

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    • jrapdx says:

      I think it’s highly unlikely McConnell will agree to unfavorable conditions for President Trump at a Senate trial, assuming it gets that far. McConnell is up for reelection this cycle, Kentucky is still predominantly Republican—and strong Trump country. He doesn’t want to lose his cushy position in the Senate, which is put at risk by going along with Democrat priorities. I’m quite sure the howls of protest from Kentucky deplorables will be loud and relentless if McConnell tries to pull a stunt like you describe.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      D) A Senate Panel composed of an equal number of Democrats and Republicans, even though the people made the Republicans the majority party in the Senate.
      E) A closed hearing.

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  17. Patience says:

    Michael Turner is wrapping things up
    >quite nicely !!!!!

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  18. Troublemaker10 says:

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  19. covfefe999 says:

    Rep. Turner keeps mentioning “feelings”. lol

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  20. Reserved55 says:

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  21. Katherine McCoun says:

    I can’t get the feds to work for me ever since the 5 minute break. Working for you all?

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      not working via computer but is working on cell phone – weird.

      asking Morrison if President Trump stuck with “official” US policy toward Ukraine.

      SO tired of this talking point as employees don’t determine “official” policy. President Trump does!

      Now saying Soland was going “rogue”.

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  22. Patience says:

    Pelosi must have just chewed a hole in the side of her face

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  23. Troublemaker10 says:

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  24. Patience says:

    WOW! After Michael Turner kicked @ss n took #”s
    Jim Himes opens with, ….”it FEELS like”

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  25. Reserved55 says:

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  26. 1stgoblyn says:

    Morrison keeps looking all around, esp up and to his left. What would Tanya say that means?

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  27. Reserved55 says:

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  28. Patience says:

    OMG !!!!!!!! LOL……hahahahahah!!!!
    Himes just couldn’t get ONE answer he had hoped for.

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  29. Katherine McCoun says:

    Wondering why the Sec of State didn’t stop the rogue ambassador. Maybe, just maybe, the Morrison, Bolton, Vindman, etc., only recommend National Policy and help to implement policy but they do NOT “set” policy.

    They seem to be confused as to their position, their responsibilities and their Power and want the Trump Admin to conform to Their Policy and to be Under their power rather than they making recommendations up the chain of command and then take orders as they came back down the chain of command.

    They are NOT at the top of that chain or even determiners of policy. So tired of them!

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  30. fanbeav says:

    What is the button on the lapel all the democrat congresspeople are wearing?

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  31. covfefe999 says:

    Oooooh, Rep Conaway is reading Schiff the riot act re whistleblower and Dem rules.

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  32. topavalley says:

    Volker is tied to Biden somehow.
    He sounds intelligent and reasonable on all subjects, until it gets to Biden.

    I would say, look into Katherine McCoun’s research, as she stated earlier.

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  33. The Boss says:

    After all the hypothetical questions by Schiff re: “Is it proper to ask a foreign country to investigate a US person [names 5 or 6]” and receiving the answer of “No, not in these hypotheticals”, it occurred to me that Schiff will appear in numerous ads and video tweets in the not so far off future. That dumb ass just did in the Steele handlers, and other foreign countries involved in Spygate.

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    • dawg says:

      Yes. Victor Davis Hanson said in the last sentence of his column yesterday that the “psychological pathology of projection” can describe a lot of whats happened these last few years.

      We now KNOW the Obama administration, DNC and Hillary campaign pressured Ukraine to “investigate” their political opponent.

      They simultaneously accused Trump of colluding with Russia.

      Once that failed, they now accuse Trump of pressuring Ukraine to investigate his political opponent.

      https://amgreatness.com/2019/11/17/the-wages-of-trump-fixation/

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  34. Reserved55 says:

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  35. The Boss says:

    Rep. Conaway calling out Schiff to specifically cite the US Code section which guarantees anonymity to whistle blowers. Schiff not liking that call out because the record will reflect he’s a liar.

    Liked by 5 people

  36. decisiontime16 says:

    Witnesses exonerate President Trump…JW video short and sweet

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  37. Maquis says:

    MASSIVE sartorial fail. Also, massive. Ugh…

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  38. Katherine McCoun says:

    Articles on Vindman
    https://pjmedia.com/trending/does-vindman-have-a-ukraine-interest-beyond-foreign-policy/?fbclid=IwAR3VLEzh8goOYSt4qvuMMZJ9mn5EstLM2jPCnR4o22GAb-8znqfLhi7y7PU
    and
    https://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/2019/11/19/whoa-ukraine-asked-vindman-to-be-their-defense-ministerthree-times-n2556714

    why hadn’t I Paid more attention to who these people were as soon as I knew they were “witnesses” and had “testified”? Should have done a deep dive on each person’s background prior to the middle of their testimony.

    I feel like I should have dug up more info on Vindman and Volker prior to now. I wasn’t focused properly….

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  39. Am I the first one to notice that the two dumbest democrats in the room have similar names containing the letters S…..WELL….?

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  40. Justin Green says:

    Democrats trying to tunnel through bedrock with a bunch of plastic spoons.

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  41. covfefe999 says:

    Some of these Dem Representatives are so stupid! Rep Sewell cannot comprehend the difference between Burisma corruption (involving only Ukranians) and corruption involving Biden and Burisma.

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  42. mauiis says:

    That was great!!

    She was a home-run.

    For Trump.

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  43. Patience says:

    Jordon’s going for the kill !!!!!

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  44. Reserved55 says:

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  45. mauiis says:

    Warm up the bus Schiff. Wrap you cords.

    You’re done.

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  46. covfefe999 says:

    Jordan is making me tear up, talking about what Volker did.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I think what Jordan just said, combined with Stewart before him, was equivalent to the Joseph Welch moment (turning point) in the McCarthy hearings.

      Liked by 3 people

      • TarsTarkas says:

        You had decent men on both sides of the aisle then. Many of whom lived through the Great Depression, served in uniform, knew what it was like to sacrifice. Now, you have true believers and sycophants who’ve never had to worry about their next meal or paycheck.

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  47. fred5678 says:

    Once again NCAA wrestling champ Jordan — FOR THE PIN IN 1ST PERIOD!!

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  48. Troublemaker10 says:

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  49. Patience says:

    IF Schiff had a fair minded brain cell
    >after what Jordon just accomplished
    he’d adjourn.

    No…. Now Andre Carson is going backwards.

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  50. jeans2nd says:

    Jim Jordan gives a resounding statement, praising both men for their service and effectiveness.

    No applause. No standing O.

    Now, isn’t that odd?

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