An Acute Case of Hypocrisy

What have we learned in 4 years and 100+ days, is that the Democrats suffer from an acute case of hypocrisy.

Pelosi and January 6

In a letter to Speaker Pelosi, five weeks since the January 6 attack on the Capitol building, ranking Republicans on several key committees, are asking important questions about Pelosi's responsibility for the security of the Capitol.

Trump Humiliates Adam Schiff

Shifty Adam Schiff is a CORRUPT POLITICIAN, and probably a very sick man. He has not paid the price, yet, for what he has done to our Country! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 26, 2020

Trump Lawyer shows House Managers have Lied

And to help the nation heal we now learn that the house managers in their wisdom, have hired a movie company and a large law firm to create, manufacture and splice for this trial, a package designed by experts to chill and horrify you.

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 Impeached for the Second Time

[cmsmasters_row][cmsmasters_column data_width=”1/1″][cmsmasters_text] The US House of Representatives has reached a majority to impeach President Donald Trump for the second time – a first in history. A handful of back-bench Republicans turned their backs on their voters and sided with the Democrats. Among the leaders of the Republican insurrection was Rep. Liz Cheney, the third-ranking Republican in the House. Rep. Cheney offered no evidence and ignored evidence that clearly showed the mob had already attacked the U.S. Capitol while President Trump was urging his supporters to be peaceful and patriotic. “The President of the United States summoned this mob, assembled the mob, and lit the flame of this attack,” she said in a statement. “Everything that followed was his doing. N...[Read More]

Dems focus on Impeachment

[cmsmasters_row][cmsmasters_column data_width=”1/1″][cmsmasters_text] The House is poised to vote tonight to formally call on Vice President Mike Pence to strip President Trump of his duties. If Mr. Pence does not invoke the 25th Amendment, House Democrats have promised a vote on impeachment on Wednesday, charging the president with “inciting violence against the government of the United States.” Tonight’s vote is expected to begin at 7:30 p.m. and take about three hours. The vote comes after news that F.B.I. officials raised alarms about the threat of violence the day before a mob attacked the Capitol, according to a law enforcement official. The alert mentioned people sharing a map of tunnels at the Capitol complex and possible meet-up points in several states.   [/cmsma...[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.

First Russian Collusion, now Ukraine Quid Pro Quo

America’s government has been embroiled in a shameful impeachment charade for months now. The Democrats are demonstrating that there is virtually no limit to what they are willing to do to attack the president and undermine the last election—and the next one. Meanwhile, revelations continue to emerge about their abuse of the intelligence agencies to spy on Americans, even the president himself. Carter Page became the subject of a FISA surveillance warrant beginning in October 2016. This warrant was total bunk, based on the compromised findings of Christopher Steele, who compiled it for Clinton-linked data firm Fusion GPS. This week Page filed a lawsuit in Federal Court in Illinois against the DNC as well as the law firm Perkins Coie and its partners, who contracted opposition research firm...[Read More]

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]

A Big Fat Nothing-Burger

Every president takes actions that, viewed through a certain lens, can be seen as impeachable. So it isn’t at all hard to imagine U.S. politics evolving to the point in which it’s just a routine assumption that whenever an opposition party takes control of the House, they’ll impeach the sitting president. In a press conference, Mr Trump said it was “a joke” that the Democrats had substantiated a formal impeachment inquiry against him with his call to Mr Zelensky (Ukrainian President). Allegedly in exchange for dirt on his political rival, a whistle-blower claims the US President said he would grant Ukraine a previously withheld $US400 million in military aid. And so the Democrats are investigating whether he pressured a foreign government to look into a political opponent...[Read More]

Clinton demands Impeachments

Clinton said she supported impeachment proceedings against the president because of what has come to light this week from a whistleblower’s complaint about a call Trump had with President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine.

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