December 13th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1058

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912 Responses to December 13th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1058

  1. Maj says:

    Phillip Van Cleaves is ROCKING it for Virginia!!!!
    91 counties and cities have enacted “2nd Amendment Sanctuary status,” more to come.
    Jan 20 March on Richmond!!!
    https://vcdl.org/
    “I’ll give you my gun when you pry (or take) it from my cold, dead hands”

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    • Dances with Wolverines says:

      Thank You Maj. This is the kind of local organization that needs to occur across our country. Get the word out! Participate! I never even knew this existed in Virginia. I will be forwarding this link to all my friends in SE Virginia!

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      • Dances with Wolverines says:

        Governor Black Face, whose KKK name is Coonman,AKA Ralph Northam, has promised to withhold State funds from 2nd Amendment Sanctuary cities. He is also threatening to amass his army (Virginia National Guard) against Virginia citizens and local sheriffs if they resist his gun confiscation plans.

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  2. Stillwater says:

    Tweet with article.

    Article: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7783459/U-S-Border-Patrol-agents-detain-undocumented-immigrants-near-section-border-wall-Texas.html

    WeBuildTheWall Instagram post: Proof that the wall we’re building there is needed. It would have been halfway done by now if environmentalists hadn’t gotten involved and apparently feel that this illegal crossing is okay.

    Tweet with Breitbart article.
    Brian Kolfage: Gulf cartel is becoming more violent where We Build The Wall is building…as some in the area are increasingly desperate to stop us. Why are they against a wall that would stop this from pouring over the border?
    Article: https://www.breitbart.com/border/2019/12/09/gulf-cartel-becoming-more-violent-in-texas/?fbclid=IwAR15ffOeYbnhzkVw63C7IoShPCdCobrO9tov8Vzc3y2xlCMaZrvUyW-U0z4

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  3. Stillwater says:

    Brian Kolfage: The reason the @realDonaldTrump wall is not being built fast is because the deep state inside the Army Corps Of Engineers is doing everything to slow the project down. It’s no different than any other government agency that is stabbing our president in the back.

    Brian Kolfage: I have evidence of such delays and how they are purposely delaying to make @realDonaldTrump look silly for not getting wall built. Just like we see with this impeachment circus I’m seeing it with the wall too and land owners on border are complaining to me about the ACOE

    WeBuildTheWall retweets Rep. Paul Gosar.
    Paul Gosar: What @BrianKolfage says should be looked into by congressional oversight. With the Dems in charge of House oversight they will instead investigate butterflies along the border and whether they have a safe space to do butterfly things with their butterfly friends.

    Q: Don’t forget the lawsuits, injunctions, congressional inquiries, and mass protests against walls for the damage they’ll inflict. The vast majority of people who live on the border don’t want the useless wall.
    Brian Kolfage: Umm you are dead wrong. Most want the wall. You clearly have no idea what you are talking about
    Brian Kolfage:When you say vast majority who live on the border don’t want the wall… you are 100% not referring to people who actually live on the exact border and are begging us for help. Those are the people we represent. Not those who live miles away benefitting from illegal activity

    Q: Serious question. Are you people looking to -slow down- the problem of undocumented workers crossing? It’s being breached. When you’re hungry, a wall means nothing. To spend billions seems crazy. Not being hyperbolic. American companies are addicted to paying low waged laborers.
    Brian Kolfage: Hungry? Should have stayed home. They all have iPhones as I have proven via GETTY images

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  4. Stillwater says:

    WeBuildTheWall retweets Rep. Paul Gosar.

    Tweet with article.

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  5. Stillwater says:

    Tweet with article.
    Brian Kolfage: This article is funny. We have private land owners with over 100 miles ready to donate their land in Texas for the wall and we haven’t event contacted many. #texans want the wall. Don’t believe the fake polls again
    Article: https://www.wsj.com/articles/construction-of-texas-border-wall-stalls-over-fights-with-landowners-11576154415

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  6. Stillwater says:

    Tweet w/ same article and video Brian Kolfage posted yesterday. – (3:01)
    WeBuildTheWall: Upcoming court hearings could determine fate of our border wall construction, but the Sheriff says they won’t get involved unless a judge orders it. While we’re held up, illegals are taking advantage and rushing through this open border section.

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  7. Stillwater says:

    Dave Hendricks reports on the status conference in the federal case in Judge Crane’s courtroom in McAllen, TX; Thursday (12/12/19).

    Government attorneys say private border wall project irreparably damaged the riverbank – 12/12/19
    https://www.progresstimes.net/2019/12/12/government-attorneys-say-private-border-wall-project-irreparably-damaged-the-riverbank/

    Excerpts:
    – Attorney Ernest G. Fielder of Houston, who represents Fisher Industries, said the company didn’t violate the temporary restraining order.
    “We didn’t hide this from them,” Fielder said, adding that Fisher Industries allowed the federal government unrestricted access to the construction site.
    Fielder said that Fisher Industries wants to cooperate with the government and would stop work on the trench.
    With about 70 people working on the project, delays cost money, Fielder said. He suggested a compromise: Allow the company to post a $500,000 bond and complete the project. If the project doesn’t pass IBWC muster, Fisher Industries will tear down the wall and restore the property to its original condition.
    “We’ll post a bond 150 percent of the cost of tearing down the wall,” Fielder said.
    – After a lengthy back-and-forth, Fisher Industries and the federal government agreed to revise the temporary restraining order.
    The revised order may include new restrictions on construction, a bond and an expiration date.
    Crane scheduled another status conference for Dec. 19.

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  8. Heika says:

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    • IGiveUp says:

      The article says that this has McCain’s fingerprints all over it.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      It was not just mewler that illegally extended the Trump wiretap. I t was the complicit FISC that knowingly “2-hopped” the GOP Presidential campaign and then the President. The FISC has proven its complicity by refusing to discipline the lying and withholding DOJ/FBI lawyers and evidence-swearers.
      If the FISC carried out its heavy duty of protecting the Civil Rights of unnamed and unrepresented defendants, this scam would have never happened. The FISC has long known that illegal spying has been rampant under its jurisdiction. Admiral Rogers forced the crooke FISC to admit that illegal political spying was being carried out by political “contractors” and obama “unmasking”. The FISC has long known about the misfeasance, malfeasance and flatout lying of the DOJ/FBI – yet continued to extend the fraudulent “2-hop” spying ON A PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN AND THEN PRESIDENT WITH NO EVIDENCE, without a concern in the world about the constitutionality of political spying. Like the coup-plotting FBI/DOJ/CIA, the FISC likely thought hillary would win. The FISC was on on the right team…

      Most importantly, THE FISC HAS REFUSED TO WITHDRAW ITS FRAUDULENTLY AND ILLEGALLY ISSUED POLITICAL SPY WARRANT used by the coup to both spy, and allegedly “legitimize” previous illegal spying. Any honest Court would withdraw a wrongfully or improvidently issued Warrant or other Order. Especially one obtained by outright fraud such as intentionally claiming the “target” (carter page) is a foreign agent, while knowing the “target” was a IA and FBI agent. And, especially knowing that the real “target” was the GOP Presidential candidate, and then elected President. And knowing that the DOJ/FBI had lied to the elected US President that he was not a “target”.

      As a lawyer, it is incomprehensible to me that the FISC completely failed its major responsibility, and its sole reason for existence – protecting the Constitutional rights of unrepresented and UNKNOWN “2-hop” US Citizens. It is astounding that the FIS has not protected its own integrity and its proceedings by disciplining lying lawyers who disregard ethical obligations. But most damning is the refusal of the FISC to withdraw the fraudulently-obtained FISA Warrant. This conclusively demonstrates that the FISC was, and continues to be, a complicit, rubber-stamp, political Star Chamber that needs to be fixed. In fact, the FISC has effectively denied Civil Rights under color of law. Section 242 of Title 18 makes it a crime for a person acting under color of any law to willfully deprive a person of a right or privilege protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        The framers of the Constitution knew that power corrupts, and especially secret absolute power corrupts absolutely. So, they made courts open, tried to prohibit secret political Star Chamber courts, and gave US Citizens rights to due process which includes adversarial representation. The abuse of the “2-hop” rule to unknown and unrepresented US Citizens is an absurd abuse of civil rights when intentionally used aganst a phony “target” to spy on the “real target”, here the ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE US. The cosy, buddy-buddy, secret rubber-stamp co-option of the FISC needs to be subjected to more exposure of wrongdoing, and adversarial protection. The complicit judges need to be removed to failure to protect civil rights, for incompetence or complicity, for abuse of the “2-hop” spying breadth to thousands-millions of innocent unrepresented Republicans, for refusing to protect and enforce the integrith of their own proceedings, and for refusing to correct their fraudulently-issued Warrants. A Public Defender Office needs to be established with subpoena and Warrant application interrogation authority, authority to move for discipline of lying DOJ/FBI attorneys, and for withdrawal of improperly issued Warrants. The Public Defender Office should report to the Office of the President, the Supreme Court, and Congress about FISC and/or DOJ/FBI bad behavior.

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  9. IGiveUp says:

    It’s not a coup. What we’re seeing is what a modern civil war looks like. That’s why there are so many willing participants on the other side.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2019/12/its_not_a_coup_its_a_civil_war.html

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  10. IGiveUp says:

    Impeachment vote delayed by Nadler until today since nobody was watching at 11:30 pm yesterday. And this Dem dude on the committee was watching golf anyway.

    Dem on Judiciary Committee spotted watching golf tournament during impeachment markup hearing yesterday
    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2019/12/dem_on_judiciary_committee_spotted_watching_golf_tournament_during_impeachment_markup_hearing_yesterday.html

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  11. Heika says:

    This is true

    Liked by 7 people

    • FreedomLover says:

      Barr said he directed Durham to also look into why the whole thing has pushed and extended after all in FBI knew it was all a complete fabrication. Why was it completely supported and pursued after January 2017.

      Liked by 1 person

  12. IGiveUp says:

    The Cindy Sheehan of climate change will end up discarded by the Left.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2019/12/the_fate_of_secular_saint_greta_thunberg.html

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  13. pochas94 says:

    I hope that President Trump will move Primary Education near the top of his to-do list. We cannot afford to have the nation’s history rewritten by cretins and replaced with “whatever.”

    Liked by 4 people

  14. lawrencepaul1 says:

    “Government is actually the worst failure of civilized man. There has never been a really good one, and even those that are most tolerable are arbitrary, cruel, grasping and unintelligent.”

    H.L. Mencken

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    • IGiveUp says:

      yep we know all the quips about government,and how it’s pure power and force, and how it sucks, and how it’s terrible but necessary, and how democracy is just the least bad version of it etc.

      Kind of sounds to me like when Rush used to make fun of libs for reporting that an SUV ran into a crowd of people (so libs could ban big cars) or how guns kill (no mention of the trigger pullers.)

      Gov’t is man. It’s us. That spectacle in the House last night came courtesy of our fellow Americans. So if gov’t is actually the worst failure of civilized man as Mencken asserts, then it’s inescapable that man is the worst failure of man.

      A long time ago I heard that there was entire infrastructure and philosophy and system where the nature of man himself was the prime subject. His essential fallen nature and what to do about that, and how to conduct a virtuous life, were the main concerns. We might want to look into that again.

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      • Patience says:

        A C-Span caller said: Mitch McConnel needs to recuse
        due to conflict of interests.
        >His wife’s Trump Administration job AND her family’s business.

        ~>The next leftist endeavor ????

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        • Patience says:

          Who is next in line, if McConnel has to recuse himself from the senate impeachment hearing?

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          • mimbler says:

            He won’t need to recuse. For that matter, Sessions didn’t need to either, he just did. But McConnel won’t want to recuse and won’t do so. IMO, of course.

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            • Patience says:

              I agree, he won’t NEED to. (?)
              Interestingly, Lindsey wants it to go poof –away, while Mitch said he’ll work with White House/President Trump attorneys; and President Trump has said he wants a trial.

              >Regardless, Mitch’s looooong political bu$Ine$$ ,nor Lindsey’s ain’t safe; no matter;
              IMHO

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        • 4gypsybreeze says:

          Why do I keep seeing a replay of the famous Howard Hughes hearing? Oh yeah….if our POTUS got to say his say……I see a Howard Hughes redo….but even better!

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      • TarsTarkas says:

        Rousseau felt that civilization was the bane of mankind. He was the perpetrator of the myth ‘the noble savage’. The problem is there ain’t no such thing, all you need to look at is anthropological studies that detail the savagery of many hunter-gatherer societies (there are some that aren’t so brutal, but most are).

        Rousseau’s theory of the General Will, that Mankind collectively should be the new God, is what led to the French Revolution, the Russian Revolution, and all the other socialist revolutions that cut short hundreds of millions of lives.

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    • Toenail says:

      A very small and limited government should be the goal. Obviously the American federal government in no way resembles a small and limited government. Even the state and local governments are orders of magnitude larger than optimum.

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      • lawrencepaul1 says:

        Washington should really be little more that a talking shop. We were once a federation of autonomous states. That is how America would work best in my opinion.
        Centralised power only works in two ways. In countries with small populations and dictatorships.

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      • The very limited idea of mutual trade is how the EU began, then it morphed into mutual travel within EU countries, making it attractive for more countries to want to join, then more and more power ended up in Belgium, less and less autonomy in individual countries, then the power that held the purse strings finally became the current monster that it is.

        Yet another example of be careful what you ask for.

        I think I prefer President Trump’s method, thank you.

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  15. lawrencepaul1 says:

    “The purpose of government is for those who run it to plunder those who do not.”

    Thomas DiLorenzo

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    • lolli says:

      No doubt, lp1👍

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    • cjzak says:

      How true. Where do the humans who choose the govts. fall into the picture I wonder? We freely(supposedly) elect our govt. and we have done a poor job, with a few exceptions, and in 2016 when we got lucky again and did the right thing voting. Finally. Guess it’s the old blind squirrel/nut thing in play, lol.

      Not really funny, but you have to wonder what form of govt. could possibly avoid the human failings of greed, selfishness, control, lust for power and plunder in it’s make up. Smaller is better as the Founding Fathers advocated for. Limited federal power and lots of power in the people. But human’s failings have manipulated the Founding Father’s wishes into the bloated controlling behemoth we have today. We sure need to walk it back.

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      • lawrencepaul1 says:

        Dumbing down the population and giving them free stuff will bring any “democracy” to it’s knees.
        We were never meant to be a democracy but a representative republic. But the civil war put an end to that.

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  16. lawrencepaul1 says:

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  17. sunnyflower5 says:

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  20. Troublemaker10 says:

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  22. TwoLaine says:

    PapaD on F & F NOW.

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  23. labrat says:

    Serious question. I’m a person that doesn’t like to make a phone call for an appointment let alone call my congress critter. I want to let all my reps know how I feel. So Are calls more effective than letters? Are letters more effective than e-mails? If one calls – is it best to call the DC office? What do I expect when I call? Anyone know of any good resources on political action for introverts? Let’s put it this way – anyone willing to give me good and effective tips on getting my voice heard? I’d really like to add to the roar.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Do what your comfortable with.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Dances with Wolverines says:

      Any communication is better than none, and you can also speak with your wallet.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Justin Green says:

      I don’t know how effective I am, but I’ve managed to trigger the generation of at least one form letter. So there’s that.

      Liked by 4 people

    • snosandy says:

      I went to my Congressman’s Twitter feed and replied to his tweet on impeachment, so it would be on record for all to see

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    • WSB says:

      Many options. Last night, after hours, I left messages for my rep and ten other Dimm House members of the thirty facing doom if they vote for impeachment.

      In other phone calling sessions, I have called the field offices, because the DC offices refuse to pick up, or the mailbox is overloaded. I find this very effective, speaking firectly with the aides at the other end if the line. Have talking points ready, back up knowledge of evidence and do not back down! You will leave quite an impression!

      https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/12/daily-reminder-these-31-democrats-will-lose-their-seat-in-congress-if-they-support-impeachment-9-are-already-waffling/

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    • jeans2nd says:

      From one painfully shy introvert to another, Congressional emails work. Some days my Rep receives my emails 7 or 8 times a day.

      It has been effective. My Rep has invited me to his last three tele-town halls, knowing full well he would receive an email the day after.
      That said, some emails to my Rep have also been encouraging, and have offered suggestions that he has utilized. So don’t be afraid to notice something good if/when it exists.

      Fire up that puter now and start emailing, and above all, have fun.

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    • Heard from a friend who works on Capitol Hill that letters (especially handwritten ones) have the most impact because one must be somewhat motivated and/or care deeply about what they are writing about due to the time required to get materials in order, draft the letter and mail it. Used Congressional Reps and Senators weren’t required to respond to anything other than written correspondence. I don’t know if that has changed with the proliferation of email.

      There is some utility though to burning up their phone lines.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        A handwritten letter saying to GOPe House congresscritters that that if you vote to impeach, we will vote against you. A handwritten letter to GOPe senatecritters that there will be no campaign donations as long as you continue to falsely claim the senate is in session to deny PDJT the right to appoint honest people to help him do work, rather than having to use SES backstabbers and spies. And that if ANY GOP senator does not vote against impeachment (including senator delecto), that yo uwill vote against all GOP candidates.

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    • rustybritches says:

      I always hated making phone calls too but this past year I have made a number of letters then later got back a form letter with more mumbo jumbo so I now resort to making phone calls to their offices in the state they come from and to their DC office sometimes people on here give out a list of phone numbers so I use them
      I have learned to that I try to support those people who are standing up and doing the right thing now Some times just sending $10.00 can be a big help to them
      I get lots of Emails and some times depending on how the email is You can send a message back with it and the offices don’t like it but so what they always wind up in the right hands in the end.. and then they know where you stand and will not support them unless they support the President..

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    • dawg says:

      Email their office first so you can get your thoughts together and then call them and just tell whoever answers the phone you want to leave a message for the rep. Easy-peasy! Go for it! We need to be hammering our Reps today. I dont want to see this thing get out of the House and I really dont think PT does either. Thats what he has alluded to.

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    • Somebody says:

      It’s been a little over a decade since I was active with “lobbying”, volunteer stuff, not high paid kind of lobbying. Anyway at least up until around 2010 Congress still used fax machines. A truck I picked up from one of the federal unions was to flood their fax machines. Back in the day, I had fax numbers.

      When they’re flooded with calls on controversial issues they generally send their phones to voicemail or have a staffer answer and blow you off. They tag emails to hide anything with the subject matter (in this case impeachment or the actual HR number). They have the mail room hold their constituent mail or send a staffer down to sort through it.

      They contact each other via cell phones, but they will send mark ups of bills to each other via fax quite a bit or they used to. So jamming their fax machines was a way to get their attention, or at least it used to be. I know not many people fax, but up until a little less than a decade ago they still were. Now eventually they’ll turn off the fax and send staffers back and forth, but there is a window of opportunity.

      Also, generally speaking people call the DC offices. Calling the local office, you usually get an actual person and they’re generally a little less short because they live in the district not in DC. The local staff will usually report a status as to calls for or against up the chain.

      Again it’s been years since I was active and I mostly did stuff on a local or state level, very rarely national.

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    • warrprin1 says:

      I have found that a phone call to your US House Rep, to ALL of his/her offices, is a good way to connect with a staff member – to ask a question and air your position. You can usually, and finally, get to a live human being by phone. It is harder for them to blow you off on the phone than with contact by email or snail.

      Also, write – email is the fastest vehicle – and ask for a meeting with your Congress Critter. A staff member will set this up for you. Beware: he or she may attempt to switch it to a phone discussion. Be politely FIRM. Make the appointment for a “sit down together” meeting. Carry your written or typed notes / questions with you, and hand a copy of same to your Representative during the meeting. It is important to prepare for a meeting of this nature, and to present oneself as prepared – the credibility thingy.

      Most of those who schedule a face to face meeting with a U.S. Congressman are seeking some sort of assistance or a lobbying effort. If you spend time reading here in the Treehouse, you will be very well prepared to discuss a plethora of topics, in addition to your principal issue. Your Congressional Rep., if he or she is legit, may be very responsive to a discussion of issues that have no request for $$$ as the climax.

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  24. Do stop thinking about tomorrow says:

    The results of the UK election is an example of the people tired of the left’s constant win at all cost. The left in the defences of power have decided to retain their power with no restraint.

    Be aware November 2020 is coming.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      The LEFT keeps throwing sh__t pies in our faces and we need to be doing all we can to make it splatter back. Hopefully, the vote yesterday wises up our own lefties. The impeachment crap, in the end, is one woman’s selfish sacrificing of the Republic to keep her job, her Speakership.

      We need to see to it, and the GOP, by God, better be on the ball with good candidates and the money to take back the House or else Pelosi and her ilk will have been rewarded for this. The Senate is already too close and Bloomberg is spending millions on House seats.

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      • TarsTarkas says:

        The Left can’t win without lying. Corbyn is a classic example. He is an unapologetic fascist and racist, and Labour took a bath because of that.

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      • warrprin1 says:

        “… the money to take back the House…” BAM! Paul Ryan’s Shame in 2018.

        Ryan’s refusal to share the GOP Congressional fundraising wealth in numerous Congressional races was a principal factor in the loss of the House, his desired outcome. Ryan may continue to make a fortune for himself, but both his reputation and his credibility are forever soiled with the permanent stain of political corruption, and the betrayal of our POTUS, the Leader of Ryan’s own Party. It does not get much filthier than that.

        Globalist S.O.B.

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  25. cliffaheadwolvesbehind says:

    I’m sickened by this vote they’ll make today.
    This is a stain on the President that should not happen.
    I hate them and they never stop.

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    • Dances with Wolverines says:

      President Trump will wipe this stain away and turn it into a badge of honor because he will weather this storm. Every sane American citizen knows full well this is a attack against us all.

      Liked by 12 people

      • Cecelia Power says:

        if you know a once wounded Veteran of WWII, you know how proud they are of those wounds, because they are indicative of how bravely they fought for the rest of us, how courageously they fought against evil.

        President Trump is fighting in the front lines FOR US. These articles of impeachment signify his bravery, his courage, as he defends US from the boot heel abuses of the Deep State. Schiff and Nadler have proven how defenseless we would be as they run their Stalin inspired investigations and trials.

        Whatever scars or wounds that this outrageous abuse of power might leave on our President, he should and WILL wear them like MEDALS.

        Because they are….

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    • freespeechfanatic says:

      It’s not a stain at all. It’s a form of recognition of his accomplishments and character.

      Liked by 6 people

    • TigerBear says:

      LOL By the time our President finishes his 8 years the only stain there will be on the demons. Our Presidents records will speak for themselves and it is good!

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    • snellvillebob says:

      I suspect they delayed it because they don’t have the votes. I would love to see the impeachment fraud end here.

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    • thetrain2016 says:

      I won’t call a dogshlt “stain” on the sole of my shoe.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      It will clearly demonstrate to citizens that they (Democrats/DeepState/Uniparty) DO.NOT.CARE what you think. This is why they break laws and are willing to be exposed.

      Because they don’t think enough of their voters and constituents that didn’t vote for them care.

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    • Super Elite Lt. Col. Covfefe999 says:

      I hate them and they never stop.

      We can stop them if we get the House majority back. The only reason they can do this is because we let it go in Nov 2018.

      And by the way, if they had the Senate majority too Trump would have been removed from office already.

      Vote straight GOP in November 2020, everyone. Strip the power away from the Dems.

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  26. freespeechfanatic says:

    “It is a war, not a coup. They are relentless. Indefatigable. They will never stop. What we are seeing with Mr. Trump is an “Antietam” or a “Gettysburg — a bloody battlefield, but just another battlefield.

    … And if we don’t see it as a war, we lose.”

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2019/12/its_not_a_coup_its_a_civil_war.html

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  27. Jaap Titulaer says:

    🙂

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  28. decisiontime16 says:

    No way President Trump will be removed from office..

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    • This interview with McConnell effectively kills impeachment momentum!
      Just now it came over the wire that the Judiciary committee has passed the articles, but the outcome re full vote is, needless to say, in doubt as a result of these comments.
      My view is that the vote in House is now 50/50.

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  29. WeThePeople2016 says:

    This is how you do it!

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  30. Publius2016 says:

    Like the “Nuclear Option” Dimms have opened Pandora’s Box with Shampeachment!

    There is no guarantee Globalist Deep State Think Tank Black Ops can control electorate: in the words of 16 “you can fool some of the people all the the time and all the people some of the time, but you can’t fool all of the people all the time.”

    Blowback!

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  31. sunnyflower5 says:

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    • beach lover says:

      Levin had a great show stated these various things past presidents would be impeached for, if it were today.

      Wish the GOP members would read each and every one into the record today before the vote! Take turns if time is short.

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  32. sunnyflower5 says:

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  33. DocHawk says:

    DocHawk says:
    December 13, 2019 at 7:50 am
    Many of us that follow Sundance and CTH want the Senate to ‘take ’em all out’ with a trial. Before we get too caught up in our quest for vengeance, we have to remember that our President has many more items on his agenda and he needs to have Mitch plus senators on board with him. There will be give and take with the Senate process. If there is a White House push to go after all involved with foreign or domestic subsidies (ahem!), it may sweep up some folks that Mitch is wanting to protect (ie Graham, etc). Let’s understand that the goal here is near total humiliation of the democratic party with punishment for the bad actors, acquittal of our leader VSGPDJT, and preservation of his support network. Just sayin’! I know I will likely be attacked for this bit of compromise but we need to be smart to achieve this outcome.

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      McConnell can let the democrat make his impeachment case followed by the president’s lawyer. Then move to dismiss the charges and be done with the impeachment as quickly as possible. No need to give the democrats and their media partners more free air time to lie about president Trump. Vote would likely come out about 55-45 with a couple of democrat Senators crossing the aisle and voting to dismiss.

      Then let the Senate start calling in people to testify like Schiff and his so-called whistleblower friend followed by a steady parade of jack@sses who were involved in Spygate; that is those who are not under indictment yet. Let the legal system deal with those swamp rats not the Senate.

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    • The Dark Lord says:

      the President is using all this nonsense as the “cape” … as he has done with all the controversies spun up by the dems and the MSM … the sword behind the cape is dripping in blood from all the victories he has accomplished by distracting with the cape … taxes, judges, immigration, jobs …

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    • warrprin1 says:

      And yet, “Mitch plus senators” still haven’t allowed one, single, GOP Senator to vote to allow recess appointments. Why do we think that is? Perhaps McTurtle, not unlike Ms. Nancy, fancies himself to be the biggest, baddest, guy in the Federal Govt? Bigger than the President, or the Presidency?

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  34. S&WJM625 says:

    Can someone give an update on the Flynn trial. Why did Sidney agree to delay till after the IG report?

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  35. TwoLaine says:

    Bill Hemmer to move into Creepy Crazy Shep’s old spot on FNC.

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  36. sunnyflower5 says:

    This is horrifying. We can’t let media ignore this HATE crime.

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  37. MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

    There was a time if a president was impeached it would be a really bad deal but with todays dems running the show it will almost be something you would list on your resume as an achievement.

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  38. StanH says:

    Just like in the UK the left are being themselves, never a good idea. Congrats to the UK!

    Here in the USA our leftist are getting out in front of their skis as well and thinking America can see them clearly now. We now have a clear delineation of pro-American verses anti-American. AOC + 3 the idiot-corps are their brain trust, I know I made a funny.

    We have the entire cabal on the ropes and out in the open, now we crush them. Follow our Great President Trump’s lead and stick together, we crush them. Don’t listen to the MSM, the enemy and we crush them.

    Note: We had an invasion of Concern Trolls yesterday. they never have a point and most especially a solution, in other words what’s next. DFTT “Don’t Feed The Trolls.” It’s always fun to toy with a Trotsky, but serious discussion about anything is not what they want. Their whole mission is disrupt the thread by destroying the continuity.

    The best way to handle them “is point and laugh.” RULE 5: “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.”

    KAG! …may God Bless Donald J Trump and his family. God Bless the USA, God Bless the UK. Well done cousins.

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    • 4gypsybreeze says:

      Stan…you are so right about the UK and –Dems getting in front of their skis!

      And the trolls…seems that during Holidays…especially Christmas they REALLY start popping their heads out of the ground. I always laugh and wonder…whether a Liberal professor has given them assignments. Or, if the trolls are offered a Christmas increase on how much they can do.

      Combine that with my sniffles…and not feeling well…. and access to my desktop.. seeing the attacks on my fellow Treepers….I got to the point where enough was enough.

      They are obnoxious little buggers. At the same time they are lesson in what NOT to do when we are talking to others….name calling, insults, etc. I can see them now screaming and sweating at the keyboard….which is really a gross visual!

      And yes, humor is ALWAYS the best.

      KAG….President Trump and his family are in my prayers nightly….and God Bless America/

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  39. Mark W says:

    IG Horowitz referred the ENTIRE chain of command of Obama’s FBI for further investigation… Chaffetz on IG: ‘I do believe people will wind up in handcuffs’
    https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/ig-horowitz-referred-the-entire-chain-of-command-of-obamas-fbi-for-further-investigation-chaffetz-on-ig-i-do-believe-people-will-wind-up-in-handcuffs/

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    • IGiveUp says:

      The FBI was Horowitz’s mandate. But what about Durham? Is he empowered to go higher up and beyond the FBI? For ex. I believe Comey was required to inform AG Loretta Lynch and DNI Clapper about a counter-intel investation on Trump. Did that happen? Lynch has already says she “doesn’t recall,” while Clapper seemed to easily blame Obama as instigator of the whole thing. Didn’t Lynch and Clapper discuss with Obama??? Didn’t Strozk and Page tell us that the WH wants to stay informed??

      I hope Chaffetz’s “entire food chain” reference include people outside the FBI.

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      • mr.piddles says:

        Durham is a DOJ prosecutor… he can go “wherever the facts may lead him”. Think of it this way: if there’s a foreign agent operating within the CIA, then the FBI and DOJ get involved to root out the criminal activity, make arrests, etc. No limits. Also consider: there’s a reason that Barr requested and received full declassification authority earlier this year. Barr declassifies as needed (or lowers classification), gives it to Durham’s team, off to the races…

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  40. sunnyflower5 says:

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    • beach lover says:

      It’s now “how”.. it’s WHY they are trying to impeach him..

      “have created the best economy in the history of our Country, rebuilt our Military, fixed the V.A. (Choice!), cut Taxes & Regs, protected your 2nd A, created Jobs, Jobs, Jobs, and soooo much more? Crazy!”

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      • These people committed atrocious crimes in Ukraine and in other places, and for decades they did it with impunity … laughed, cracked jokes, were completely relaxed … because “the POTUS always had their back.” Not anymore. Today, both the US Government and the Ukranians are actively investigating, and now there is no President to “give them six hours.”

        Their plan is to simultaneously impeach Trump and Pence to install Madame Presidente Pelosi to “make everything right again.” It really is a palace coup.

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  41. sunnyflower5 says:

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  42. Phil says:

    I do not know if this has been shown on any of the comment sections. Tucker Carlson’s clip of dems saying ” No one is above the law even the president of the U.S.”. It should be a constant reminder once all the nefarious criminality is brought to light. It should be played over and over to remind the dems , no one, yes, NO ONE should be above the law.

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  43. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • dsquared says:

      Good opinion piece by a former FBI official, who is incensed at the action of top FBI officials. He identifies the violation of Carter Pages Constitutional rights. But he didn’t mention the violations of the other US citizens rights. Under the FISA “two-hop” rule, the communication of everyone whom Carter Page communicated with, and every person they communicated with was fair game. Were these the people who were “unmasked” illegally by Fusion GPS contractors? I’m a laid-back, peaceful guy, but I want blood. The punishment must be so severe the no one ever considers this again.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      Please fire Chris Wray. <EOT>

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  44. If these desperate democrats do vote to impeach, it will be for the very same reason a dirty dog licks it’s genitalia . . . . . . . . . simply because they can.

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  45. sunnyflower5 says:

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  46. Troublemaker10 says:

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