Day Six – Senate Impeachment Trial, Defense Continues – 1:00pm ET Livestream…

There will be 24 hours of presentation by House Impeachment Managers (over 3 days); 24 hours of presentation by Defense team (over 3 days); 16 hours of Senate questioning; 4 hours of closing arguments, equally divided; and then a Senate debate/vote on further motions to include witnesses. If there are going to be witnesses, they will first be deposed prior to testimony. No witness testimony will be permitted without first being deposed.

The Senate Trial continues today on day six at 1:00pm ET. Today is the second day of the Trump defense and will continue with approximately 8 hours of presentation.

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  1. Og Oggilby says:

    Well, it took awhile, but we have finally reached the adult portion of these impeachment proceedings.

    Liked by 13 people

    • TwoLaine says:

      No doubt!

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    • richard verney says:

      This guy is really good. I hope that the Senators are listening carefully. He is setting out in great detail that the Democrats’ case is factually wrong, and that the true facts show something very different and no improper conduct.

      So much for the Democrats’ claim that the facts are not disputed. I know that it was a ridiculous contention, but this guy has dug up a very detailed set of facts completely blowing the Democrats out of the water.

      Great.

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  2. California Joe says:

    When Ken Starr speaks Republican Senators listen! Starr is speaking to them in technical legal terms because he has gravitas and they respect him and his opinions. Starr is not speaking to the rabid Democrats because it’s a waste of time and breath. Starr is making the Republicans comfortable with the President’s position and his innocence in order to quickly end the Democrat’s Clown Car Circus.

    Liked by 22 people

  3. jeans2nd says:

    WOW
    Just WOW

    standing here in my kitchen applauding Judge Starr

    Liked by 27 people

  4. Troublemaker10 says:

    For John Bolton to be right…

    The President, Vice President, President Zelensky, Zelensky’s Foreign Minister, and the phone text had to be wrong.

    Liked by 23 people

    • TarsTarkas says:

      But of course the man who the Left called a water carrier for Darth Cheney et al when they weren’t calling himunprintable names must be believed now!

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    • Rowdyone says:

      For Bolton’s story to have a negative impact you must discount all of the other aid delays around the world the President was simultaneously delaying based upon corruption concerns/burden sharing. All of these delays were dependent upon reviews being taken by the Administration. And ultimately Ukrainian aid was approved for future delivery before current funding expired.

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  5. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • Magabear says:

      Hey, this new Senator is calling out Dilecto! She just went up a notch in my book. Still want Doug Collins to win that seat for a full term though.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Blind no Longer says:

        Yes that certainly helps her cause here in GA

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        • MAGADJT says:

          I’m in Georgia as well. I kind of think she is trying too hard to come off as a super conservative after people were skeptical of her commitment to the cause when she was appointed. She gave $750,000 to Romney in 2012 and $100,000 to POTUS in 2016 so it’s odd to see her calling Romney out. She is on the ballot in November.

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      • Peter Rabbit says:

        Am big Doug Collins fan. Have met new Sen. Loeffler. Smart, articulate, common sense Illinois farm girl. Fits in well in Georgia. Speaks in a reasonable voice and confident manner. Left big CEO job in cutting edge company in ATL. Has money to spend on race. Collins now has no shot. Sen. Loeffler will be leading voice in Senate in defense of POTUS. Women voters will love her also, Athletic, rail thin and an excellent listener. She is the complete antithesis to wind bag Stacey Abrams. Knows business extremely well.

        Predict Sen. Loeffler is new rising star in Rep party. Great breath of fresh air. Called out Mittens publicly and she has been Senator only 3 weeks today!!! Has already introduced Senate bill to dismiss impeachment. Gutsy lady!! Just WOW!

        Predict Rep 2024 candidate for President or VP likely to be a woman such as Sarah Sanders after she wins Arkansas Gubernatorial election in November. But she has litte/no business experience and has long-standing hatred by MSM. Sen. Loeffler has business experience, no historical baggage and is very likable. Like POTUS, knows business and finance well, and has personal money to spend.

        Party of Trump will never allow someone like always pompous and mostly never-Trumper Nikki Haley, former SC Gov and US Ambassador to UN.

        Imagine if the Reps run a Texas Gov. Abbott and Sen. Loeffler ticket in 2024? That would give us 16 more years of Trumpian governance. Both has executive experience, not just legislators.

        Lots of reasons to be optimistic post-VSGDJT. The cream will rise to the top! Peter Rabbit

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    • fred5678 says:

      Ironic — I also spent SIX LONG WEEKS volunteering for Romney/Ryan in 2012 — can’t ever get that time back, either.

      Loeffler donated $750,000 to Restore Our Future, a Super PAC supporting former Governor Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential campaign.

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kelly_Loeffler

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      • GB Bari says:

        So what? That donation was in support of his presidential campaign in 2012.
        MOST sane Republicans supported him because they despised Ozero and the DemonRATs.

        Mittens has exposed himself as a total loser butthead, and Loeffler recognizes that fact.

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        • fred5678 says:

          I said it was ironic — not fatal – for her. Please read carefully.

          I myself could not afford $$, but spent MANY hours working for Romney. I believed Mitt when in May 2012 he argued with Charlie Rose (yes, THAT Charlie Rose) that all illegal aliens should go home. On that basis alone I committed to volunteer for Mitt. Sad to say, he and GOP did a 180 on their promises just 48 hours after he lost the election and worked AGAINST their pledge against amnesty in any form in the platform of thr 2012 GOP.

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      • Issy says:

        Little too late to criticize Romney after giving him all that money.

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        • Rhoda R says:

          Don’t be so down on her – a lot of people contributed to Mitt’s campaign funding not realizing what a total slim moldy, dirt bag he was. We knew he wasn’t the best candidate but he was better than the train wreck we had in the White House at the time so we supported his candidacy. I regret he was the GOP candidate but I don’t regret doing what I could to get 0bama out of the White House.

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        • GB Bari says:

          I donated to Romneys campaign SPECIFICALLY because I didn’t want Ozero to be re-elected. In the end, I was as disappointed in Romney’s campaign performance as anyone, and also I felt as betrayed as where many others when he came out backstabbing President Trump.

          I just do not think it is at all credible to criticize anyone who supported the Republican nominee in 2012.

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    • Crewdog 52. says:

      This is a pleasant surprise. I had my doubts about Loeffler, but if more Republican senators would call out their worthless colleagues like Romney and Collins it might signal to them that there are costs to stabbing our President in the back.

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    • paintbrushsage says:

      Serves Romney right coming from the freshman. I remember Senator Romney’s first tweet as a Senator. He came in criticizing the president.

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    • mopar2016 says:

      Diplomacy is not an offense, much less an impeachable one.

      It was Hillary’s turn and Buraq and lot of other people are upset that it didn’t happen.
      PDJT took their corrupt piggy bank away, most people know that Ukraine is a money laundromat for politicians.

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  6. pucecatt says:

    Damn that video of the celebratory pens got cut off too soon , should have showed them posing for the camera 📷

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  7. TwoLaine says:

    The poisonous pens! Yeah! GO Jay!

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  8. Zydeco says:

    Nice touch showing Democommunists getting their participation pens from Nansi Palsi von Polygrip.

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  9. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      As Sundance has pointed out repeatedly, it wasn’t an Oops it was by design. The big dog in this trial is whether the squishes will allow the Senate to lawfully subpoena witnesses the House couldn’t because they could not enforce appearance. As pointed out earlier in thread a end around the Constitution.

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  10. Magabear says:

    This working for a living stinks, sounds like I’m missing some good stuff from our side.

    Liked by 2 people

    • GB Bari says:

      It’ll all be available on video.

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    • Jim in TN says:

      While important things were said, Starr likely snoozed quite a few listeners.

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      • rustybritches says:

        Not hardly I listened to every word he had to say and one of the great things I heard was when he said that the President had under all circumstances done what the white house counsel had told him to do and had sided on the side of Right instead of what he wanted to do so this points to the fact that the President did nothing wrong and he brought out a lot of things which showed that even though there was reasons to impeach Nixon and Clinton There was no crime that President Trump was guilty of.. Now or before.

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    • boogywstew says:

      Go get influenza B, like I did, and you can stay home from work and hang around the Treehouse!

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  11. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      And the tapes showing Epstein’s near death and actual death were just accidentally erased. Got it.

      Wouldn’t put it past S & S and the NYT to have published the smear without Bolton’s connivance.

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  12. fred5678 says:

    LOVE the videos and slides refuting all the fookin LIES of the Dems.

    YUGE impact on Senators AND the public AND the MSM.

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  13. Brutalus says:

    So…it now seems to boil down to whether these 4 RINO pukes will vote with Dems to call Bolton (and prevent other Pro-Trump witnesses)… knowing Trump will assert executive privilege and Bolton will not be able to testify….but with the book allegations hanging over Trimp after his acquital….But seriously, what type of future does Delicto and the others have after doing this? McConnell needs to get ahold of these 4 RINO squishes….we simply wont accept a vote for Dem witnesses and not ours

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    • kleen says:

      RINOS are Democrat plants. They are NOT Republicans AT ALL.

      The left is clever! They run their people disguised as Republicans so they can always have majority no matter what party holds the majority. It’s always the left.

      They have these RINOs voting with the right when it doesn’t matter, but when they need one or 2 votes for something that matters they can always count on their plants. It’s what they are there for.

      We have a chance to get rid of Mitch and Lindsey soon. But for some reason we are not.

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      • Rhoda R says:

        The state GOP pretty much makes sure that any primary challengers are suppressed. Just about the only way to get rid of either is for the dems to win their senate seats. And I’m not good with that.

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  14. TwoLaine says:

    Just sayin’, I felt a tingle up my leg listening to Ken Starr. 😉

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  15. Troublemaker10 says:

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  16. Admin says:

    Philbin about to wipe the floor with Schiff-head again.

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  17. Bogeyfree says:

    I’d love to see Jay say……

    Did Shifty and the Dems drive this fabricated impeachment because they didn’t like PT’s foreign policy or was it because he was getting close to exposing them?

    In our next presentation we will be introducing evidence of corruption and money laundering by many Americans, some of whom are sitting in this room today.

    Their purpose for this fraudulent impeachment hoax on Americans was to hide their Ukrainian crimes just like the purpose of Russia Gate and Spygate was to hide their earlier illegal spying crimes.

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    • Reserved55 says:

      Bogey, I was thinking the same thing hours before this started today.

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    • dawg says:

      Exactly! I was listening to Jay Sekulow say at the beginning that this was looking like just a policy dispute.

      I disagree with that characterization. It was a policy dispute alright, but it was because President Trump was about to expose their ‘policy’ of sending ‘aid’ to other countries for the sole purpose of getting kickbacks. Textbook corruption and money laundering.

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  18. Admin says:


    Wouldn’t this worked just the same?

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  19. Ellis says:

    The Bolton thing seems like a set up to me. Bolton isn’t talking and there is no direct quote from the manuscript released, just an anonymous source that says the book says something. The president has stated that he never had the conversation. Nobody can even corroborate that it occurred.

    The allegation isn’t even about anything illegal and it is easily disputed by the facts that the exact opposite of the alleged discussion happened.

    Could Peek have been set up to expose a leak in the WH and who his media contacts were? Or better yet to bait the democrats into running with a false story?

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    • fred5678 says:

      See previous CTH article on this very subject when Peek was escorted out and his ties to his buddy General.

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    • Admin says:

      I don’t suspect Bolton will talk. I think he is hoping this little leak will create a groundswell for calls of his testimony so he can have his ego stroked and use the testimony to drive book sales. And for this to be somewhat plausible, I think Bolton would have had to take one for the team with his termination in order to play out this “set up”.

      Bolton has an axe to grind. I say let him go chop himself somewhere else.

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  20. Reserved55 says:

    I like the cut of her jib.

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  21. Andy Krause says:

    You should watching before you blow a gasket.

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  22. TwoLaine says:

    They didn’t tell you about this. Why not?

    I think this is our new drinking game phrase.

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  23. gabytango says:

    Can someone grab these Susan Collins and Mitt Romney around the collar and sit them down and explain in slowwwwww, clear terms why this is NOT GOOD to do?? Geez – a million face palms!!

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7934827/Mitt-Romney-Susan-Collins-say-LIKELY-Republicans-vote-call-witnesses-trial.html

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    • Admin says:

      You assume they actually care about facts. Mittens doesn’t care about facts one bit. Have you forgotten his diatribe against POTUS?

      Collins….. this is what happens when you are squishy without principles and try to be liked by everyone.

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    • screwauger says:

      Can we agree that these senators and perhaps many more, would love to see PDJT’s presidency ended while, still maintaining their “across the isle” creds. If any R senator can find a legitimate “safe space” to hide behind while fanning the flames of doubt (spelled harming PDJT); they would/will do it.

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      • Learned Hat says:

        that is the depressing side of things — the Illuminati is real and it isn’t just the modern Democrats — Romney is the mascot for these folks (politicians addicted to power, publicity, and/or money that are servants of a Globablist class) — unfortunately, the swamp will never be drained.

        For goodness sake, we had an administration, political party, and the intelligence community frame an American candidate for the Presidency, then the President Elect, and the President. Think how far that is toward the abyss — after that, a sham impeachment is junior varsity.

        Pandora’s box is unhinged

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    • stenwin77 says:

      If we only lose these 2, there will not be enough votes to call witnesses.

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    • kleen says:

      They are Democrat plants. What do you expect?
      They are Pelosi disguised as Republicans.

      You will get better results by posting everywhere: Romney is a Democrat plant.

      Expose these infiltrators.

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  24. Deep State thought police need to be put out of business like some clairvoyant palm reading gypsy who set up shop with a crystal ball in the wrong community and got run out of town.

    Whatever the POTUS may ever dare to think, is attempting to be made subject to an oversight and review and approval of the corrupt Deep State “thought police”, who of course believe they know only the correct and best thoughts to command others as what any persons whatever are approved and allowed to think. Control Freak Tyrants are nothing new. Who is BOSS is a mystery for them.

    Anyone who dissents from such “superior authority” of the self anointed exclusive “oversight” MONOPOLY and DIRECTORATE of “right thinking”, has committed a Thought Crime and must be sanctioned and “corrected” for their INSUBORDINATION, evidenced by the “offender” having demonstrated any differing independent free thought whatsoever.

    Free and independent thought OFFENDS those haughty know it all “directorate” who are an IDOL that dares to command others its EVIL must be obeyed as the whole world’s FALSE GOD.

    Lucifer and your Agents of Hell ….Beat it. Get out of here. It is much too hot for you here, among enlightened CITIZENS who are NOT DECEIVED.

    And WE who are FREE will think independently and freely whatever we damned well please.

    A president is ACTUALLY being impeached essentially because he “offends” some people.

    That is the TRUTH about the circus that has been going on here.

    A Triggered Snowflake Blizzard is what is in progress.

    Unbelievable.

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  25. Reserved55 says:

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  26. Admin says:

    ???? Confused.

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  27. Reserved55 says:

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    • jello333 says:

      I just realized why I like something about this guy every time I see him, even though I know very little about him. I think it’s because he reminds me a little bit of Dennis Kucinich. (And yeah, I’ll admit I liked the guy 😉 )

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  28. Reserved55 says:

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  29. SR says:

    It seems Ukraine’s capital is Washington DC and whole DC works for Ukraine and foreign aid.

    Liked by 6 people

    • jeans2nd says:

      Half true, at least.
      Foreign aid is mother’s milk to D.C. All of D.C. salivates for their piece of foreign aid that goes straight in their pockets.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Jim in TN says:

        It also seems that D.C. has muscled out all corruption that isn’t to D.C.’s benefit. And instituted a lot of their own corruption. It also seems that the witnesses are either complicit in, part of or enablers of, the corruption, or are silent witnesses to that corruption.

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    • doohmax says:

      Ukraine appears to be ground zero for political corruption. When one takes the time to look at the members of the Atlantic Council and check the background of all the “investment” firms and NGOs, it appears that money flowed into Ukraine and right back into Washington. Thank you, American taxpayer. I think I’ll have another.

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    • wendy forward says:

      WORD UP, SR. It’s so ridiculous.

      As my BF said last night “U-F’in-kraine…Give me a break!”

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  30. JG3 says:

    Might consider in referring to the “Last “democrat” president/administration” instead of “Obama”

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  31. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Mitt wants to be drafted in August to run for President again. That is his objective and the President has to be removed for it to happen.

      Look for one other desperate measure by Pierre Defecto and some of the GOPe financiers, a move to have RNC change rules about personal tax returns and impeached candidates. Not that they will succeed but they will try.

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    • TheWanderingStar says:

      Why can’t the RNC cut Mittens loose? No support, no membership. GTFO!

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      • Bubby says:

        And stripped from all Senate committees!

        Liked by 2 people

      • Niagara Frontier says:

        The entire state of Utah deserves the scorn. The people who voted for Romney knew exactly who they were sending to the Senate. There were no secrets that he was an enemy of the President.

        The President should have bitten the bullet and not endorsed him. Romney would have won regardless, but the President wouldn’t have to carry the stain of this endorsement around with him forever.

        Too bad shunning has gone out of favor.

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    • wendy forward says:

      Ugly inside and now out. No portrait in the closet for this one.

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  32. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • margarite1 says:

      I can’t believe we only had the choice of Romney or Obama for POTUS. From what I can tell it wouldn’t have mattered who won.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Rhoda R says:

        It was (apparently) Romney’s turn. Certain political mind-sets need to be eliminated.

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      • X XYZ says:

        We all had the choice of voting for other minor party candidates, not voting at all, or writing in any name. I certainly didn’t vote for Mittens, nor any other Republicrat since Ronald Reagan. I think I wrote in Mickey Mouse as a candidate on my ballot.

        Don’t anyone tell me my vote was wasted or a “spoiled ballot”. My vote was recorded asa protest vote. It’s the equivalent of saying F-U to the Uniparty.

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    • Crewdog 52. says:

      WTF is wrong with Utah?

      Liked by 4 people

      • joebkonobi says:

        Utah is Mormon. Romney is Mormon. Romney is a hero to Mormons. Romney is a deep state and globalists plant in the Senate. How many other former Governors and past Presidential contenders have ran for the Senate. Easy for deep state and globalists because they knew Romney could easily win in Utah. He is part of the resistance only trying to be less obvious about it. The only question is how many other Senators will follow him into the dark world. He’s got 4 more years before his next election if he chooses to run. Fortunately many other Senators are not in that situation

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      • X XYZ says:

        Go visit that state and decide for yourself.

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      Has anyone asked him if his son should testify too?

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      • elarson says:

        I’ve seen this kicked around a lot.

        Which son? He has 5 kids.

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        • elarson says:

          I’ll assume Taggart (is that Mitt’s only son)….I can’t find any connection of him to Burisma.

          Mitt’s would-have-been national security advisor from his choke job of a 2012 campaign, J
          Cofer Black, does have a connection.

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    • IGiveUp says:

      It’s interesting that he calls Romney a coward–which he is. That used to mean something. Actually, Romney is a proud coward. Those types rule a the moment. The House managers are proud cowards too. Obama was one. It’s fashionable. But fashions change. (see French aristocracy for details.)

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    • Paprika says:

      Does anyone remember Runny Romney calling for the House committees to allow republicans to call witnesses or President Trump to call or question witnesses? Does anyone remember Romney asking for all and complete house committee records and transcripts?

      Oh hell, let’s cut to the chase–Does anyone ever remember father, family man, husband, business man, Governor, Presidential nominee, Senator Romney ever actually exhibiting, not just talking about, traits of competence, integrity or patriotism?

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  33. bacillus says:

    I saw some of the Lawfare rodents scrambling out of there After Starr’s presentation. I wish we could see more of them on the feed. It’s lovely watching them have to sit their with their traps shut while the President’s men are beating them to a legal pulp.

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  34. Reserved55 says:

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  35. booger71 says:

    No Pressure….No Quid Pro Quo…..the end

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  36. Doppler says:

    I think Starr did a good job, directing the proceedings to a prompt “off-ramp” of dismissal for failure to state an impeachable offense, contrasting the House’s actions with the level of solemnity, the measures justice, always before followed in impeachments. His remarks will play an important part in the history of this impeachment.

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  37. Troublemaker10 says:

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  38. Reserved55 says:

    Tuned to Fox for guidance in my reaction regarding Trump’s counsel, Andrew Communist McCarthy tells me there must be witnesses.
    CLICK

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    • maggiemoowho says:

      Fox sucks

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    • doohmax says:

      Juan Williams opens his mouth…..click.

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    • Ackman419 says:

      Of course Andrew and most of the other media want witnesses.
      Besides being hopelessly AntiTrump,
      They’d like to drag it out and get some ratings bumps for juicy witness testimony.
      MSM lives on our politics. What the hell else do they have to talk about that anyone would bother to tune in for.
      Someday soon, these talking heads and pundits won’t have jobs, at this rate.

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    • Crewdog 52. says:

      McCarthy may be a good lawyer, but his political instincts and understanding are weak. This comes through in his book “Ball of Conclusion.” He is definitely GOPe and no fan of our President.

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  39. Troublemaker10 says:

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  40. unconqueredone says:

    I can’t shake the feeling that while this is currently about Trump, there is a list of impeachments waiting in that secret room in the House basement. Specifically judges and Justices they don’t like. They can’t abide losing control of the SC and so many Appeals seats.

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    • snarkybeach says:

      Kavanaugh will be the first…

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      • unconqueredone says:

        Exactly. But there are many others most of us have never heard about.

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      • thedoc00 says:

        Actually, VP Pence is next. They have to remove the entire White House to move forward. They need Pelosi to assume control to clean out President Trump’s appointees, especially in DoJ, before moving forward. Not that the Republicans will play along but it is the reality of the path required if the coup is to succeed.

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        • stenwin77 says:

          If Pence becomes Pres., he picks a VP. The only way Pelosi becomes pr-p-p-pr (I can’t even say it), is if Pres and VP go at the exact same time.

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          • jimboct says:

            The only way VSGPDJT and VP Pence go at the same time is if som schifty individual performs a violent act when both are in the same room. While I wouldn’t put it past them, I’d hope for a modicum of sanity.
            I’d love VSGPDJT to sit on the front row and have him make faces at Schiff. Set him off so Schiff runs towards the President. The President then cold cocks him and let’s the secret service haul him away.

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  41. Hans says:

    Sen Mark Warner on PBS calling for witnesses… the whole process would look as a farce..
    The pot calling the kettle black..

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  42. Niagara Frontier says:

    Dem and Deep State’s Mission to Distract Accomplished — Regardless of how well and how effective the President’s lawyers present the case, all the media talk and reporting will be about three things: Bolton, Bolton, and Bolton.

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  43. Reserved55 says:

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  44. islandpalmtrees says:

    C-pan2 is providing better coverage, less Wallace on Fox News

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  45. paintbrushsage says:

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    • Troublemaker10 says:

      That is an excellent op-ed by Fleitz. I hope Bolton takes his advice. However, the damage over this leak has been done. He should repair that damage also.

      Will he choose money and book sales over integrity and patriotism?

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  46. Admin says:

    Notice how the media isn’t asking the obvious question of Bolton? If Bolton knew that POTUS conditioning aid to Ukraine and was rebuffed by the President (his supposed claim), then why didn’t Bolton blow the whistle instead of waiting to reveal it in a book? If we are supposed to believe there was a risk to our national security and Bolton supposedly knew of it, wouldn’t Bolton be just as responsible?

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    • Issy says:

      There was no danger to national security by delaying PART of the aid a few weeks. Bolton’s grievous was being fired over policy differences. I never cared for Bolton and his neocon views, but I thought he had personal integrity. Writing the book at this time shows he has none.

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      • Rhoda R says:

        Depends on what is in the book. So far all we have is unsourced hearsay reported by a third (biased and not very reliable) party.

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        • Issy says:

          I don’t think it changes anything. It really doesn’t matter what Bolton may say Trump wanted. The remainder of the aid was released before the deadline, and Trump got nothing in return.

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      • X XYZ says:

        Ha, ha! Fooled ya! (That’s the “impersonal” you.)

        Hey, it’s the swamp. Write a kiss & tell book and get a fat book advance deal. You get to keep the $$$ even if the book is a flop.

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  47. Bogeyfree says:

    Has anyone on PT’s team said……

    Senators, if you allow this circumvented impeachment fraud to run its course you will be setting up and allowing for the impeachment of every conservative Judge that the left does not like. If this sham impeachment process.

    You will be in impeachment hearings for the majority of your time in the Senate and will become the pawns of the House.

    Wake up!

    They circumvented the Constitutional process, they didn’t allow any due process, they held their witness testimony in total secrecy in the basement and most importantly their charges are not crimes and thus not impeachable!

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    • Ackman419 says:

      Judge Starr addressed just that earlier today.
      Emphasized how the House isn’t sworn, and that the Senate is, and is the Judge in impeachment. The Era of Impeachment, he called it.
      Watch Starr early on.

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  48. fred5678 says:

    Why Javelins are so significant:

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      • fred5678 says:

        Hello Ad rem,

        Sorry if my post bothered you. Lethal defensive aid is a very important part of the defense — in that POTUS was first to supply it and showed that he was standing up to Putin, as opposed to cowardly and “flexible” Obama, who refused this specific lethal defensive aid. If you watch the relatively short video, it clearly states Javelins are lethal and effective against an armored invasion by Russia, and that it specifically angered Russia. I thought that was relevant.

        BTW –I specifically posted this at the start of a 15 to 20 minute recess, so as not to interfere with timely notes on real-time events.

        Peace.

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  49. Summer says:

    I am sick and tired of Ukraine. Corrupt as hell and nothing can be done about it.

    I’ve never heard of any single country in HISTORY OF MANKIND (oops, I meant peoplekind) that eradicated corruption. Corruption only grows as the government grows, and government ALWAYS grows.

    Look at the USA, supposedly the best of’em. I rest my case.

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    • J Gottfred says:

      I adopted two boys from the Crimea in 2001. The total cost was pretty high, but I informally calculated that 20-25% of the cost came in the form of “greasing the skids” cash ($8k to 10K).

      What pisses me off is that Biden, a representative of the US, has taken these penny ante processing stakes and weaponized it into the millions. With the US taking bribery to a whole new level, I cannot no longer be critical of the Ukrainians.

      All I can say is that at least my two boys are out of there.

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  50. stenwin77 says:

    So what happens if 3 RINOs defect and the vote for witnesses if 50/50 ? Can Pence break the tie?

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