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Dr. Anthony Fauci casts blame on Donald Trump for COVID deaths

Dr. Anthony Fauci attempted to blame, or single out, Donald Trump for COVID-19-related deaths in America on CNN+ recently, without quantifying what the former president could have done differently during the early stages of the 2020 pandemic.

Special Counsel John Durham News Ignored by Mainstream Media

According to Durham’s latest motion, Joffe and his associates looked through web traffic from Donald Trump to find anything that could be painted as a connection with Russia. The filing also said that Joffe "enlisted the assistance of researchers at a U.S.-based university who were receiving and analyzing large amounts of Internet data in connection with a pending federal government cybersecurity research contract"—probably referring to Georgia Tech and the contract it had with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

Dems ‘breathtaking’ hypocrisy on violent rhetoric

Senator Ted Cruz has slammed Democrats as ‘hypocrites’ for their second impeachment push against Donald Trump, claiming they ‘cheered on BLM and Antifa’ while accusing Trump of inciting the fatal riot at the U.S. Capitol. ‘The president’s language at times is a little over heated. But if you look at the language he used, saying things like ‘fight’, saying things like ‘go retake our country’, if that is now incitement then we better prepare a long line to indict every candidate for office, anyone who’s ever run,’ Cruz said in an interview on Tuesday with Fox News host Sean Hannity. ‘The president was careful to say that the protesters should be peaceful,’ claimed Cruz, a Texas Republican, speaking after the ...[Read More]

Trump signs COVID-19 relief bill

Trump initially called for the bill to be revised to include $2,000 checks and refused to sign it until his call was answered. However, he didn’t officially say he would veto it. In a Sunday night statement announcing he had signed the bill, Trump called on Congress to make more revisions to cut down excess spending. “I will sign the Omnibus and Covid package with a strong message that makes clear to Congress that wasteful items need to be removed. I will send back to Congress a redlined version, item by item, accompanied by the formal rescission request to Congress insisting that those funds be removed from the bill,” Donald Trump In the statement, Trump referred to COVID-19 as “China Virus,” blamed Democrat-run states for shutdowns. He also requested that &#...[Read More]

Trump Acquitted

Synonymous with the Democrats skills are their partisan performance art, the tedious drip feed of coordinated leaks and fake-news “bombshells,” and the hypocritical debates about Senate procedure. Almost everything presented in the case for Impeachment was debunked with fact comprising of entire video footage, rather than the piecemeal presentation conveniently clipped out and taken out of context. Also, witnesses sung the same tune of either hearing things that surmounted to hearsay or made up their own conclusions based on their interpretation of events. Mr. Trump was acquitted of both articles of impeachment. In the end, the Senate vote fell far short of the two-thirds majority needed to remove the president from office.

Impeached? Not really.

According to the Constitution, a President is not Impeached until the House tells the Senate. “Impeachment” under the Constitution means the House must send its approved articles off to the Senate, with House managers standing up in the Senate and saying the president is impeached. So the House of Representatives is supposed to pass a resolution formally naming impeachment managers to present their case to the Senate for removing President Trump from office. Speaker Nancy Pelosi has stated that Democrats may delay this resolution. They have also failed to send the Impeachment Articles to the Senate. For the House to vote “to impeach” without ever sending the articles of impeachment to the Senate for trial deviates from the constitutional protocol. It would mean that the president has not g...[Read More]

Question on Citizenship

Democrats contend that asking the citizenship question will lead to an under-count on the U.S. census because a material number of non-citizens will refuse to respond to it, thereby creating a concomitant series of harmful effects in locales with large illegal immigrant populations. This argument flies in the face of logic and history. Instead of attempting to put the question on census forms, or adding it separately, Trump said he was issuing an executive order directing the Commerce Department to obtain citizenship data through means other than the census. That includes documents from the Department of Homeland Security, which houses citizenship and asylum services, and the Social Security Administration. “Today I’m here to say we are not backing down in our effort to determi...[Read More]

US Economy under Trump

The U.S. economy recorded a 3.2 percent GDP growth rate in the first quarter of this year. MSNBC also described the quarterly growth as “extraordinary.” MSNBC YouTube – 1:35mins Liberals have been predicting an impending recession for months. Frustrated with the success of President Trump’s middle-class tax cuts, that they had claimed would result in “Armageddon”. Washington Post Youtube – 1:36 min Democrats next argued that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) would only produce a “sugar high” for the economy. MSNBC YouTube – 2:46 mins The unemployment rate, which currently stands at an impressive 3.8 percent, has been hovering near a 50-year low for a full year now. Even with a record number of people already employed, there are significantly more job openings available in ...[Read More]

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