November 21st – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1036

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631 Responses to November 21st – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1036

  1. gabytango says:

    How DARE President Zelensky want to quickly implement “an ambitious anti-corruption policy” – I can’t take listening to this little TWERP thinking he is some big deal. The egos on these people are massive and dangerous!

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  2. DeWalt says:

    Serious question. If the President is removed before his second win and second term, is he still eligible to run for office again? If he is and wins does he get the chance of two terms after getting back in office? A reset per se.

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    • texecutioner says:

      If removed, he’s ineligible to hold the office again.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        Only if there is an additional “conviction” in this regard.
        Democrat Alcee Hastings was impeached as federal judge for bribery and perjury by a vote of 413–3, but was not forbidden from further office. He then ran for congress from florida and won, “serving” for many years while achieving many ethics complaints along the way.

        So, would the deep state “GOPe” senate republican traitors vote to convict, and also vote to prevent PDJT from running for office again (eg as a third party candidate like Teddy Roosevelt to deny GOPe traitors from winning anything?)

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        • dallasdan says:

          “So, would the deep state “GOPe” senate republican traitors vote to convict, and also vote to prevent PDJT from running for office again…”

          Of course; the pie would not be left half-baked. Then, the personal, legal persecution of him and his family would commence. Such evil has no boundaries.

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        • dd_sc says:

          True, but I don’t think Hastings could be appointed as a judge again.

          If President Trump is removed from office, he could not hold the office of US President again.

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    • III% says:

      If he is removed I don’t think he will be eligible to run again and hold office. At least that’s not how I read the relevant portion.

      https://www.usconstitution.net/xconst_A1Sec3.html

      https://www.senate.gov/civics/constitution_item/constitution.htm

      Article 1, section 3, clause 7.

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    • Jim in TN says:

      Judgment in Cases of impeachment shall not extend further than to removal from Office, and disqualification to hold and enjoy any Office of honor, Trust or Profit under the United States:

      Those are the words of the Constitution. Article I, Section 3, line 7.

      The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.

      That was Article I I, section 4.

      The word ‘Judgement’ in Art I, Sec.3 implies these punishments are optional. The word ‘shall’ in Art II, Sec.4 indicates removal isn’t optional when it comes to the President or Vice President, etc.

      Other pertinent lines:

      ArtI,Sec2,line 5
      The House of Representatives […] shall have the sole Power of Impeachment.

      ArtI,Sec3,line6
      The Senate shall have the sole Power to try all Impeachments. When sitting for that Purpose, they shall be on Oath or Affirmation. When the President of the United States is tried, the Chief Justice shall preside: And no Person shall be convicted without the Concurrence of two thirds of the Members present.

      ArtII,Sec2,line1
      The President […] shall have Power to grant Reprieves and Pardons for Offences against the United States, except in Cases of Impeachment.

      (Note, Ford could Pardon Nixon because Nixon wasn’t impeached. I am not sure if this applies just to the impeachment conviction, or if it also applies to convictions in court for the crimes cited in an impeachment conviction. So if Nixon had been impeached, Ford would not be able to Pardon the impeachment conviction and may not have been able to pardon any subsequent criminal convictions.)

      ArtIII,Sec2,line3
      The Trial of all Crimes, except in Cases of Impeachment, shall be by Jury; and such Trial shall be held in the State where the said Crimes shall have been committed; but when not committed within any State, the Trial shall be at such Place or Places as the Congress may by Law have directed.

      Amendment 25,line1
      In case of the removal of the President from office or of his death or resignation, the Vice President shall become President.

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    • Joemama says:

      If he is impeached, the people shall remove all in the house & the senate that voted against him and all the deep state traitors that colluded to remove him from office illegally.

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      • trialbytruth says:

        I don’t see that as an option since we would end up electing simply the other side of the coin. Perhaps the bull moose party returns in spirit. That would be the most civilized response.

        Other responses would require the services of thousands of Dolly Madisons to preserve the relics. Cause those wood frame buildings are going to come down.

        Mobs have a way of not being very selective in there response. I suspect Government would go underground very quickly so Moab may be required to unseat the beligerent.

        Crazy to insane rant over well hmmmm maybe. This is all nuts and below the dignity of the US citizenry. How they will react when cornered is anyone’s guess. Your Liberal “friends” may become trench mates before this is done. Bring them to the light gently.

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    • SHV says:

      The penalty for conviction by 2/3 vote of the Senate is immediate removal from office. “Disqualification” requires a second vote of a simple majority of Senators. Disqualification has only been imposed three times after a guilty verdict in a Senate impeachment trial.

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  3. citizen817 says:

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  4. lawrencepaul1 says:

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  6. lawrencepaul1 says:

    Some things never change.

    “The wealth of another region excites their greed; and if it is weak, their lust for power as well. Nothing from the rising to the setting of the sun is enough for them. Among all others only they are compelled to attack the poor as well as the rich. Plunder, rape, and murder they falsely call empire; and where they make a desert, they call it peace.”

    Tacitus

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  7. linda4298 says:

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  9. lawrencepaul1 says:

    QUID PRO QUO

    What is Quid Pro Quo? …This is ! pic.twitter.com/YOMwEcS08k

    — Sara A. Carter (@SaraCarterDC) November 20, 2019

    https://www.theburningplatform.com/2019/11/20/quid-pro-quo/

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  10. lawrencepaul1 says:

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  11. Lucille says:

    Any sign of accommodation to a jihadi is a sign of weakness to him. He’ll let you think he’s changed into a more “moderate” Muslim but he’s just practicing taqiyya (Islam-approved lying to the kuffar). Erdogan is merely cozying up to the U.S. and President Trump in order to get close enough to strike our necks as they are commanded to do, though at the moment it is figurative.

    It’s a fine line President Trump is treading and surely he knows that Erdogan cannot be trusted. Playing for time is the best we can do. And that’s basically what Erdogan is doing. He can wait until 2024 and deal with the next President who is bound to be a weaker personality.

    Turkey’s Erdogan: “Our God commands us to be violent towards the kuffar” (infidels)
    November 20, 2019 by CHRISTINE DOUGLASS-WILLIAMS

    Recep Tayyip Erdogan is a mainstream Islamic leader with a vision of a revived Ottoman Empire. His declaration that “Our God commands us to be violent to the kuffar” is in keeping with normative Islam, as pointed out in the article below. But violence against the kuffar continues to be ignored as an aberration of Islam, thus giving the enemies of the West an advantage in their jihad against the kuffar.

    https://www.jihadwatch.org/2019/11/turkeys-erdogan-our-god-commands-us-to-be-violent-towards-the-kuffar-infidels

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    • Ausonius says:

      He can wait until 2024 and deal with the next President who is bound to be a weaker personality.

      Hmmm. Would e.g. Jim Jordan be a “weaker personality” ? I am not so sure: different, yes, but I am not so sure that, after we have seen the kind of psychological stamina which President Trump has evinced, and which would absolutely be needed for a post-Trump Republican president, there would be any mild-mannered candidates making it to the finish line of a nomination.

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      • Lulu says:

        President Trump is the last Republican President. By 2024 the Republicans can’t win demographically. They will have lost NC, AZ and possibly TX. By 2028, TX and GA will most likely be blue and NE will split its electoral votes. Next down the list in 2032 are MT, ID, and LA. From there, IA and MN go permanent blue and SC is purple if not blue.

        Demography is destiny – the Democrats have always known this and the GOP with backing of the CoC and China sold their own party down the river.

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  12. Ausonius says:

    If Wisconsin is representative of at least the Midwest, its polls look good for President Trump…at first, but then there is something troubling, and those who think that REPEATING THE BIG LIE will not work on Americans, well…

    Via Breitbart:

    …According to the survey, only 40 percent of registered voters in Wisconsin believe that President Trump should be impeached and removed from office….It was also noted that in October — before the public testimony began — the Marquette poll showed that among the respondents who said the president should be impeached, only 44 percent said that Trump should be removed from office, with 51 percent saying that he should not be removed.

    When it comes to the head to head match-ups, the president led former vice president Joe Biden by 47 percent to 44 percent (within the margin of error), which turns the tables from August’s survey results that showed Biden leading Trump by 51 percent to 42 percent.

    As for the other top Democrat candidates, Trump led Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) by 48 percent to 45 percent, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) by 48 percent to 43 percent, and South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg by 47 percent to 39 percent….”

    Looks good, but then:

    “..…The survey also revealed that 52 percent of respondents believe President Trump asked Ukrainian President Zelensky to investigate his political rival, with 29 percent answering that he did not. Among those polled, 41 percent also said that they think President Trump withheld military aid to pressure Zelensky, with 38 percent saying he did not.

    With regards to whether or not the president’s alleged behavior had been erroneous, 42 percent thought President Trump did something seriously wrong, nine percent thought he did something wrong, and 38 percent believe that the president did not do something wrong.

    I wonder if the word “erroneous” was used in the poll, vs. “illegal.”

    See:

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/11/20/poll-support-for-impeachment-slips-in-wisconsin-president-trump-surges-ahead-of-4-top-democrats/

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  13. dawg says:

    Ukraine MPs Vote to Strip Themselves of Immunity from Prosecution

    Sept. 3, 2019

    https://www.ft.com/content/75741a52-ce40-11e9-b018-ca4456540ea6

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    • dawg says:

      sub-headline:

      “Western backers have made tackling graft a prerequisite for aid”

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    • dawg says:

      So I just did a Google News search of “Ukraine” in the date ranges of September 1 thru Sept. 5.

      Guess what pops up?

      Washington Post:

      “Trump Tries to Force Ukraine to Meddle in the 2020 Election”

      https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/global-opinions/is-trump-strong-arming-ukraines-new-president-for-political-gain/2019/09/05/4eb239b0-cffa-11e9-8c1c-7c8ee785b855_story.html

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      • Dixie says:

        With all the lies and deceitfulness in the msm, it’s no wonder people are confused. Especially those who don’t follow closely or watch the impeachment scam because they are working.

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        • Tseg says:

          ^^^^^^This. One need only watch this Sondland clip, how CNN portrayed his testimony and how it was debunked to understand why with the MSM owning the narrative things remain an uphill battle.

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          • dawg says:

            “……the MSM owning the narrative things remain an uphill battle.”

            Thats not really my point. I made my point more clear when I posted this in the other thread on today’s impeachment hearing.

            sundance has posited that this whole thing is just a continuation of an ongoing impeachment effort, started on Inauguration Day.

            I tend to disagree. From the get-go, this whole Ukraine thing has just seemed haphazardly thrown together and desperate.

            Considering the timing of that Ukraine vote on Sept 3, and the very first instance of the “Trump forcing Ukraine to meddle in 2020 election” narrative only appearing 2 days later in a WaPo editorial opinion, it seems this whole thing is in reaction to events outside the Ds control.

            Ukraine just elected a TV celebrity who ran his whole campaign on stopping the corruption. He won the election in April, inaugurated in May.

            Its been my contention from the beginning that this has been a defensive maneuver by the Dems and everyone else involved with corruption in Ukraine.

            They were forced to go on defense when the new Ukraine president came in and they realized he was trying to do what he said he was going to do. Past investigations were going to be audited, etc….

            The State department and NSC had basically been trying to insulate the two Presidents from each other. That was failing and they had lost influence on Ukraine govt in general, so “impeachment” was their only option.

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            • Tseg says:

              No matter the reason, sequence or level of preparedness, all of those allowed to speak publicly speak in riddles so the MSM has plausible deniability (even if not really), or “hear what they want to hear” when the publish their lies.

              I bet 95%+ of Americans have not listened to the words spoken to actually understand what was said… which is why they can be brainwashed.

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            • lolli says:

              Dawg,
              Yes, they did not want them to meet.
              They had not “prepared” Ukraine, yet for the meeting. I believe the ambassador yvonobitch said that.

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      • gda53 says:

        Did you say “GOOGLE” search”? I’ll just leave that question hanging there.

        You might as well have said “I stepped in a nest of poisonous snakes to see what would happen”. Then was surprised when you woke up dead.

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        • dawg says:

          You are completely missing the point. Forget google, i could have used bing or ddg or whatever..

          My point is, the Ukraine vote happened, then the WaPo editorial board created this narrative within 2 days.

          Do you follow?

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  14. Perot Conservative says:

    CIA plant / Hearsay Whistleblower w / Obama?

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  15. Perot Conservative says:

    If a Billion dollars were at stake, could Biden have gone rogue? Wouldn’t a Ukrainian president check w Obama, a real threat or a bluff?

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  16. Avi says:

    Any doubt that Stephanopolis put the kibosh on the Epstein story

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  17. MaineCoon says:

    FYI for our vets & historical buffs on a president’s pre-presidential days in the military.

    The National WWII Museum in NO is live-streaming NOW a presentation on Pre-Conference Symposium: “Eisenhower: The Monumental Man”

    https://livestream.com/nww2m/events/8842859

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  18. lawrencepaul1 says:

    The Civilian Government Doesn’t Owe Deference To Military Officers
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/civilian-government-doesnt-owe-deference-military-officers

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  19. Mr. T. says:

    And now a word from a WWII Vet by the name of Red, who speaks very highly of President Donald Trump. I think Red pretty much speaks for many Vets like myself, who have been around for a good number of years and have seen many a president come and go, never living up to the promises they made to the American people. That is, until President Trump came along and is backing up his words with actions, lots and lots of good actions helping We, The People.

    https://politifeed.net/politics/wwii-vet-says-donald-trump-is-the-first-real-president-in-my-96-years?fbclid=IwAR0WoKQbxe3Tm3lOHWG8Nr1l9iHoBNaUIngS8sv0OFLrm3esOYWDEQCt8PE

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    • Dixie says:

      This morning I read WND and comments on several of their articles. There appeared to be many vets making comments, especially about Vindman. The comments about him were scathing because he went outside the Chain of Command. They were all very supportive of President Trump.

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  20. Mike Robinson says:

    The Democrats are never going to stop as long as the only thing opposing them are Angry Birds, tweeting, and muzzled Republicans. As long as the illusion can be upheld that this is legitimate and Constitutional, this Attainder will continue.

    The provisions that actually exist today in our Constitution must be very decisively thrown in their faces: Congress is not a Court. It has no judicial powers. This action is Attainder and it is expressly forbidden. There is no legal action underway nor contemplated which suggests that this President is guilty of any crime, and Congress is estopped from making any such determination itself. What the Congress is now attempting to do is Unconstitutional. (Sec. 1.9.3)

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    • freespeechfanatic says:

      I agree. We’ve been playing paddycake with these people my entire life. We STILL don’t understand the game. This will go on until they have their trial and get their conviction. I see that nothing has fundamentally changed. We’re still bloviating our outrage at these unConstitutional depredations, posturing with our impotent threats — meanwhile they march steady, ineluctably toward their goal.

      It’s really sinking in to me that they ALL want Trump gone and the righteous gyrations our side is going through is just cover for when they need to be re-elected.

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    • wightmanfarm says:

      And what do you suggest we do about it? We’ve done it the constitutional way (voting) but our elected officials have failed us.

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    • Jim in TN says:

      Mike, you do realize that the House is given the sole power of impeachment. That makes this shit show constitutional. It doesn’t make it right. We the people need to punish Congress for the abuse they are heaping upon us. Vote them out in a landslide.

      Unfortunately, the worst abusers are in safe seats. Highly unlikely that we will succeed in voting out Pelosi and Schiff as punishment for what they are doing.

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  21. Dora says:

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  22. cheryl says:

    Sorry if this has been posted before but I just heard about it today. Eddie Gallagher has filed an IG complaint against his superiors.
    https://s3.amazonaws.com/static.militarytimes.com/assets/pdfs/1574217048.pdf

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  23. Dora says:

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  24. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • Blue Wildflower says:

      Maybe that is why Bloomberg is running, if you run on the democrat ticket you need to be able to finance your entire campaign.

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    • Lulu says:

      It’s like a beauty pageant for ugly people. These people are just pathetic. They really can’t find better to run?

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    • Joemama says:

      I don’t believe for a second that the DNC is broke. They say the same thing every election season and then proceed to blow away the RNC with ads, paid vote harvesters, paid voters bused from polling place to polling place, paid election machine reprogrammers, etc.

      The DNC always seems to have essentially unlimited budgets, as does all of Soro’s NGOs.

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  25. Troublemaker10 says:

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  26. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • bofh says:

      At this point, there should be a version of Godwin’s Rule that would be triggered by the use of any combination of two or more of the words “breaking”, “bombshell”, “explosive”, “tick”, or “tock”.

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  27. dogsmaw says:

    Hmm I guess they are eating lunch &/ voting, so Pe lo si did her thingy

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    • Deplore Able says:

      And Nancy and Schiff are abusing their office for the personal gain of the Democrat nominee.

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    • Mike Robinson says:

      But Nancy, Congress has NO judicial powers by which to “declare” this. That’s called a Bill of Attainder, and if you will now please open your Constitution to section 1.9.3 …

      “No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto law shall be passed.”

      Congress has no authority to “rule” that anyone has committed any crime at all. Trump is not indicted and faces no criminal investigations for anything whatsoever. You have no Constitutional authority to bring Articles of Impeachment.

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    • dawg says:

      “used his office for his own personal gain”?

      Um, he donates his entire presidential salary to the government every quarter.

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  28. Ackman419 says:

    Purely anecdotal:
    President Trump has waaaayyyyy better intelligence sources than what the NSC and foreign service members have.
    He’s consistently ahead in terms of facts, and messages.
    Time after time, PDJT issues a statement that turns out to be true. In the process, the agents opposing him are exposed.
    I’m not worried at all about any of this impeachment stuff.
    President Trump has sooooo got this.
    Be safe, and God Bless you Treepers.

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    • Jim in TN says:

      Of course this was before the NSC, before the CIA, and even before the OSS, FDR ran his own intelligence gathering. He used all sorts of people outside normal channels. Only requirements were that they traveled, that he trusted their judgement and that they were willing to report back to him.

      FDR even used some of these outsiders for diplomacy. Sounds like State hasn’t changed much since then.

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  29. listingstarboard says:

    Former Romney advisor and butt buddy on Foreign policy–and founder of Rosemont Capital, married to CNN reporter–Dan Senor–worth looking into. From 2009–https://www.peakprosperity.com/forum-topic/dan-senor-a-detailed-look-at-a-powerful-insider/

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    • sunnyflower5 says:

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      • gda53 says:

        Wall Street investment firms are entitled to federal loans?

        Wall Street investment firms are entitled to PREFERENTIAL federal loans?

        I’m just astounded by this revelation. Someone explain to me how this can happen, please?

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        • 17CatsInTN says:

          It’s called corruption.

          Corrupt (adjective)

          1a: morally degenerate and perverted : DEPRAVED
          b: characterized by improper conduct (such as bribery or the selling of favors)
          2: PUTRID, TAINTED

          Synonyms: (Adjective) debased, debauched, decadent, degenerate, degraded, demoralized, depraved, dissipated, dissolute, jackleg, libertine, loose, perverse, perverted, rakehell (or rakehelly), rakish, reprobate, sick, unclean, unwholesome, warped

          Does this help? All these words explain a lot, don’t they?

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  31. Zippy says:

    78 miles of wall built to date over the 34 months since Trump took office, all of it replacing existing barriers.

    14 Nov 2019:

    However, 500 miles (422 more miles) of wall to be built by the end of 2020, 13 months from now. Promise…

    9 Nov 2019:

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    • Free Speech says:

      Well, how many days has building been held up because of fighting judges and being in court? I bet a lot. Can’t get rid of the Resistance if the American voter’s love affair with the Democrat party doesn’t come to an end.

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      • Zippy says:

        Declaring a national emergency would provide VALID eminent domain powers. Check out the sort of things which have already been listed as “national emergencies.”

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      • lawrencepaul1 says:

        It’s not just democrats, the President had two years with a republican house and senate and they didn’t support him at all.
        No obamacare repeal, no balanced budget and no wall from the republicans.
        Trump is on his own in Washington and as has been proven, one good man isn’t enough.

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        • upper379 says:

          Lawrence, other than a Deity, Donald Trump our President has done more good than any president in my lifetime from Eisenhower on. Our Independence on energy and better yet a net exporter is Herculean in itself. I can name dozens more, as well as the sacrifices that he’s made personal and financial.
          Yes Lawrence one GREAT man is more than enough. Along with an army of dozens of millions who must do everything we can to ensure his re-election.

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          • lawrencepaul1 says:

            I wish I could agree with you, I really do.
            Not on what he has achieved because that has been truly remarkable. But he can not do all that he would like without either party cooperating, and that is not going to happen.

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    • Matthew LeBlanc says:

      I’m as radical as you can find when it comes to immigration and building the wall yet I realize if it was up to PDJT the whole damn thing would already been done and under budget.

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    • dawg says:

      Much of the most highly trafficked areas had “existing barriers” but they were just vehicle barriers. People could walk right through them. Those sections are precisely where you would want the wall to go up first. Now many of those areas they have pedestrian barriers, a wall or fence (doesnt matter which) that a person cant walk through.

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  32. One Voice says:

    I really wished they would have pushed Sondland harder yesterday on why he did not include the “no quid pro”, “I want nothing” in his 23 page opening statement. It would have been interesting to determine a motive for not doing so as well as who helped him craft the opening statement.

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    • Tucker Carlson figured it out last night. Bravo to him, because the disconnect between the opening statement and the testimony was massive and I couldn’t quite figure it out.

      For a few hours, I though maybe Sondland pulled a fast one on Schiff, and was actually working with the Republicans. Sort of how in those courtroom crime dramas when the star witness wilts under cross examination and there is an audible gasp from the jury (us), and then the judge throws out the case.

      But Tucker researched and found out that all 4 of Sondland’s attorneys are Democrat Donors. Big Democrat Donors.

      So basically, the opening statement was written by Sondland’s Democrat attorneys and coordinated with the office of Adam Schiff to inflict maximum political damage. The stories at WaPo and NYT were written the night before the opening statement was made, as the opening statement was delivered to the MSM outlets the day before. They figured Trump was toast.

      Then this funny thing happened. The Republicans were allowed to cross-examine Sondland, and the whole narrative written by his attorneys fell apart, as in completely fell apart.

      Watching the change in Schiff Show’s facial expression from the beginning to the end was priceless. He could not believe that he was foiled once again. So dang funny!

      You can bet in Hoax #3, whatever it turns out being, that the Demonrats will learn from this latest disaster and prevent Republicans from asking any questions of the witnesses next time. Take that to the bank.

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  33. Troublemaker10 says:

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  34. MaineCoon says:

    Received this in my inbox today. Please let this happen!!

    FTA: President Donald Trump pressed Gov. Brian Kemp on Wednesday to appoint U.S. Rep. Doug Collins to an open U.S. Senate, hours after the Gainesville Republican said he was “strongly” considering a run for the job even if he’s not tapped.

    The call, described by three high-level GOP officials, was part of a dramatic increase in pressure from Collins’ allies that raises the possibility of a bitter Republican clash over the race.

    It’s the second time in two weeks that Trump directly appealed Kemp to appoint Collins, who was long considered a top contender to fill U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson’s seat before a multimillionaire financial executive applied.
    —-
    Waiting….Gov Kemp

    https://mailchi.mp/d939b1a489a9/pres-trump-urges-gov-kemp-to-appoint-doug-collins-to-isakson-seat-1367109?e=958b45028d

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  35. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • cheering4america says:

      Did any Hse Reps write to the virulent Racist Obama, asking that he fire his virulent Racist “Czar” Jarrett?

      Just declaring that Miller is a “white nationalist” is about as accurate as calling President Trump a “racist,” which they have done since the day he declared. None of them thought he was racist before he ran for President.

      Miller would just be another photo that the leftists could make a cross over, they have been trying to rid this Administration of anyone and everyone who is effective from the beginning.

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    • Free Speech says:

      You’re a white nationalist because you read Michelle Malkin. These people are certified.

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    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Ok, I admit I don’t know what the hell is wrong with being a white nationalist. I’m white, I support nations having sovereignty, and I love my country. Doesn’t that make me a white nationalist? Am I supposed to be ashamed?

      Someone explain this to me, please.

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      • icndark says:

        Be very ashamed! What’s the line from the “Rings” movie? “Now go kill yourself in the manner that you find most fitting.”/s

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  36. Doppler says:

    I guess the time has come for Lindsey to start doing something:
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/11/lindsey-graham-demands-full-transcripts-of-calls-between-joe-biden-and-former-ukrainian-president-poroshenko-video/

    And digging out the transcripts of Biden’s calls with Poroshenko in the lead up to Sholkin’s firing
    seems like a good place to start.s

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  37. Troublemaker10 says:

    Liked by 2 people

  38. Justin Green says:

    David Holmeboy’s going to go home and polish his bronze statue of Adam Schiff.

    Like

  39. nwtex says:

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    • FofBW says:

      Do you think something as truthful as this would get on TV these days??!!

      Liked by 2 people

      • gsonFIT says:

        No way! Now days you have to have a bachelor and 12 hot chicks. Barney Miller was a great show.

        Liked by 1 person

      • cheering4america says:

        Don’t think they meant this to be truthful. This is how they mock people who find out about Agenda 21 and similar ideas, and pretend like it is all ridiculous … until it is here and too late.

        Ridicule is one of the Alinsky methods and also is listed as one of the Communist methods. Because it works.

        Liked by 3 people

        • FofBW says:

          It works as long as folks do not understand it.

          IMHO, since PT has arrived, there are probably around 63 million woke folks and growing.

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      • Doppler says:

        This is very clever manipulation of the masses, as was the Archie Bunker character, and as were the mockingbird project, labeling anyone who sees harm from creeping globalism as “paranoid,” labeling those who prefer limited and accountable government as selfish, racist, xenophobic, aggressively nationalistic, short-sighted, protectionist, etc., etc.

        Here’s Angela Merkel justifying ever bigger government on just these grounds, https://www.independentsentinel.com/angela-merkel-admits-end-goal-nations-must-give-up-sovereignty/ but without acknowledging that bigger necessarily means more remote, less accountable, more stifling of individual liberty and initiative, etc.

        It’s Big Lies and Marxism vs the Blessings of Liberty. Our Founders had it right, but their brilliant rationale is disappearing from our teaching of history.

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    • sDee says:

      I remember back then talk about Trilateral and Club of Rome. A few books were out I think.

      This was Hollywood stepping in to portray anyone who brought it up as wacko conspiracy theorist.

      Nothing has changed.

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  40. cheering4america says:

    Trump does not have to disclose his tax returns to appear on CA ballot, per CA State Supreme Court:

    https://personalliberty.com/trump-doesnt-have-to-release-tax-returns-to-appear-on-california-ballot-state-supreme-court-rules/

    In a unanimous ruling, the California Supreme Court said the requirement that presidential candidates must disclose their tax returns to appear on the March primary ballot violates the California Constitution.

    This is a good win!

    Liked by 2 people

  41. Troublemaker10 says:

    Like

  42. 2Alpha says:

    Looks like more shady business from Ukrainians…
    “BOOM: This Needs Wall-to-Wall Coverage!”

    Like

  43. FofBW says:

    Perfect Sundance!

    Liked by 2 people

  44. Zippy says:

    Giuliani Explains “Massive Pay-For-Play” Soros-Ukraine Scheme Facilitated By US Diplomats
    20 Nov 2019

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  45. Dora says:

    Chamber Music While They Wait

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  46. sunnyflower5 says:

    This is gross— no doubt SOS for his best buddy, Nikki

    Liked by 1 person

  47. lawrencepaul1 says:

    Giuliani Explains “Massive Pay-For-Play” Soros-Ukraine Scheme Facilitated By US Diplomats
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/giuliani-explains-massive-pay-play-soros-ukraine-scheme-facilitated-us-diplomats

    Liked by 2 people

  48. Troublemaker10 says:

    Why does Schiff get to end each hearing day with an hour long rant?

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