Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Breaking: FEDS ran the so-called “white supremacist” group tied to VA Governor’s false claim that gun owners would stage armed assault on capitol in Richmond

Breaking: FEDS ran the so-called “white supremacist” group tied to VA Governor’s false claim that gun owners would stage armed assault on capitol in Richmond 

Schiff tells 5 blatent lies in one day of impeachmet clown show

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The White House • January 22, 2020
5 times Adam Schiff just totally made it up today

Democrats have based their whole impeachment sham on the word and judgement of Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), who pleaded the left’s case for 2 ½ hours before the Senate today. Spoiler alert: That wasn’t a good idea.

Schiff is the worst choice to put in front of Americans fed up with Washington’s partisan circus. His only real priority is attacking President Trump, and he’s more than happy to resort to lies, leaks, and whatever else it takes to do it.

In September, during a House Intelligence Committee hearing, Schiff made headlines by fabricating a completely made-up version of the July 25th phone call between President Trump and President Zelenskyy of Ukraine. Then, news broke that Schiff’s staff had behind-the-scenes contact with the “whistleblower” at the center of the impeachment probe before that complaint was ever even filed.

“We have not spoken directly with the whistleblower,” Schiff had claimed before the truth caught up with him. Oops—not the best person to stake Democrats’ credibility on.

Today was no different. Schiff’s one-sided impeachment report—the document that serves as the basis for Democrats’ entire case—is nothing but a partisan hatchet job. Rather than draw more attention to their flimsy, fake “investigation,” Schiff chose to deflect and make up more lies about President Trump. Here are a few of the biggest ones:
Schiff claims that President Trump endorsed the theory that Russia did not interfere in the 2016 election. FACT: President Trump has publicly said, very clearly, that he accepts the conclusion of the intelligence community that Russia interfered in 2016.
Schiff says that President Trump withheld an Oval Office meeting from President Zelenskyy. FACT: President Trump invited President Zelenskyy to the White House—with no preconditions—on THREE occasions: April 21, May 29, and July 25. They met at the first opportunity, at the UN General Assembly.
Schiff once again brought up claims of a “quid pro quo.” FACT: Notice what’s not in Democrats’ articles of impeachment? Allegations or accusations of a quid pro quo. They couldn’t include that claim—because no such arrangement existed.  
BONUS: Schiff completely misrepresented what Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said about foreign policy, Chris Wallace says.
For years, Schiff lied about the Russia hoax, claiming there was evidence of collusion only to be proven wrong by the Mueller Report. This time, House Democrats learned their lesson: Why risk letting the facts get in the way? Impeach first, investigate later—or beg the Senate to do it for them.

In better news: The great American comeback story!   

President Trump traveled to Davos, Switzerland, this week for the World Economic Forum. The annual meeting brings together leaders from across the globe to discuss improving economic stability and unleashing prosperity for more people worldwide.

As he always does on the world stage, President Trump made his priority clear: The needs of the American people come first. His meetings with leaders from the European Union, Iraq, Afghanistan, and more will help America continue to protect its citizens and secure better trade deals for its workers.

America also has a story to tell. “When I spoke at this forum two years ago, I told you that we had launched the great American comeback,” President Trump said. “Today, I’m proud to declare that the United States is in the midst of an economic boom the likes of which the world has never seen before.”

Watch President Trump’s full speech at Davos.

 Promise Made, Promise Kept: NAFTA replacement coming to POTUS’ desk!  

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Sen. Marsha Blackburn: Impeachmet trial is a political farce

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Sen. Marsha Blackburn: Impeachment Trial is a Political Farce

House Democrats’ impeachment managers had one big goal yesterday: trying to quickly rewrite their own three-year narrative on impeachment.

“Chief revisionist Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., who chairs the House Intelligence Committee, began by asserting that the House Democrats have compiled evidence of high crimes and misdemeanors perpetrated by the president,” Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) writes for Fox News.

“Later, however, Schiff revealed that the over 100 hours of testimony, and thousands of pages of documents, that led to his conclusions simply weren’t enough. He then asked that the Senate fetch additional evidence he neglected to secure.”

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“There is a strong case to be made that House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff seriously mismanaged the House’s impeachment proceedings into President Trump. But Schiff has one word for his critics: whatever . . . This is as lame as it is deceptive,” Kaylee McGhee writes in the Washington Examiner.

“Efforts to remove Trump didn’t start with Ukraine. And won’t end there . . . Maxine Waters has been chanting ‘impeach 45’ since the spring of 2017. Representative Al Green introduced the first impeachment resolution that summer . . . In November 2017 a group of House Democrats introduced additional articles of impeachment. The same thing happened in December 2017, January 2018, March 2019, May 2019, and July 2019,” Matthew Continetti writes for National Review.  

“If the purely partisan and reckless maneuvering of House Democrats receives more than it deserves — rapid disposition with a strong dose of senatorial scorn — future presidents, at least those who face House majorities from the opposite party, can look forward to the impeachification of all political disputes down the road,” Hugh Hewitt writes in The Washington Post.

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TOP 5: Elizabeth Warren’s Campaign Lies! | Louder with Crowder #BitChute

TOP 5: Elizabeth Warren’s Campaign Lies! | Louder with Crowder #BitChute 

Do I Look Like a White Supremacist?

Do I Look Like a White Supremacist? 

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Fuck censorship up its poop hole til an ER is needed for perferation complications!

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POTUS: 3 years of fighting for YOU

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The White House • January 21, 2020
3 years of fighting for YOU

Americans are sick of the Swamp. The numbers prove it. By a stunning 40-percent margin, independents say impeachment is “more important to politicians than it is to me.” A nearly identical number say that it’s “more important to the media than it is to me.”

It’s simple: Americans want results, not more partisan theater. The 2016 election should have been a wakeup call to career politicians and the Beltway establishment. Instead, they ignored the memo. They’d rather undo an election than fix their behavior. 

But no matter what manufactured drama is unfolding in Washington on a given day, there has been one constant: President Donald J. Trump has never stopped fighting for you.

“The forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer,” he told the American people from the Capitol steps on Inauguration Day 2017, “The time for empty talk is over. Now arrives the hour of action.”

President Trump is the one keeping his promises. On his watch, together we have:
Created over 7 million jobs—and counting
Achieved the lowest unemployment rate in half a century
Lifted 2.4 million of our citizens out of poverty
Lowered medicine prices at rates not seen since the 1960s
Cut violent crime by nearly 5 percent since 2016
That’s just the short list. And there’s much more to come.

“Trump, Republicans working to help our country — despite Democratic obstruction at every turn”

TODAY: Desperate Democrats are demanding a do-over

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) and Democrat impeachment leaders are panicking about Senate rules today for one reason: House Democrats didn’t make their case.

“They said in their brief, ‘We have overwhelming evidence,’” White House Counsel Pat Cipollone said before the Senate today. Now, “they’re afraid to make their case.”

House Democrats want brand-new witnesses and evidence in the Senate trial because they know their investigation failed. It didn’t persuade the American people—support for impeachment fell during the House hearings, despite hundreds of hours of free TV coverage—so their best hope is to search for a distraction from their weak Articles.

Here’s the left’s problem: They don’t get to stack the deck in their favor with a phony process in the Senate, too. But that doesn’t mean they won’t try. Here are just five of the worst myths and lies from today alone:
Schiff claims that the Senate’s rules were “nothing like” the process that was used in President Bill Clinton’s trial. They are entirely based on the Clinton rules.
House Democrats are complaining that new witnesses would not be admitted in the Senate trial. It is the House’s job to collect all evidence before voting on impeachment. It’s not the Senate’s job to fix their mistakes.
They compared this trial to that of a court of law. A court of law would immediately reject this case because House Democrats have not even accused the President of any criminal wrongdoing.
Schiff claims that anything but a long, drawn-out trial would “rig” the process. Suddenly, Democrats don’t believe in “urgency.” In any case, both sides have 24 hours to make their cases—the same as in Clinton’s trial.
Schiff falsely said that President Trump “withheld hundreds of millions of dollars” to coerce an ally to interfere in our elections. Not a single witness has provided evidence to support this assertion—because there is none.
  White House Counsel: They want to attack one of our most sacred rights.

Photo of the Day

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Marine One flies through the Swiss Alps en route to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland | January 21, 2020 

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Pelosi knows impeachment is weaksauce

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Pelosi Knows Impeachment Is Weak

“Compelling, overwhelming and bipartisan: These are the criteria Speaker Nancy Pelosi drew as she publicly announced last March that she wouldn’t support impeachment. Back then she claimed impeaching the president with anything less would be divisive and irresponsible,” Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) writes in The Wall Street Journal.

“Ten months later, however, Mrs. Pelosi has transmitted two articles of impeachment that fail to meet any of her criteria, let alone those of the Founders.”

The facts are clear: The Senate must “reject the temptation of partisan impeachment and expeditiously acquit the president.”

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“As the Senate begins the impeachment trial of President Trump, it faces the challenge not just of weighing the charges, but of trying to rescue the entire process from the low political farce that the House has made of it,” the New York Post editorial board writes.

House Democrats’ sham impeachment has been “politics at its worst and opens the door, as some of the Founders warned, for ‘normalizing’ impeachment.” Speaker Pelosi “summed up the true motives of Democrats when she said that regardless of what the Senate does, impeachment will be a ‘permanent stain’ on President Trump’s legacy. In fact, the stain will be on Democrats,” Cal Thomas writes in The Washington Times.

Stat of the day: On the heels of President Trump’s historic Phase 1 trade deal with China, and “according to a monthly poll from agricultural trade publication Farm Journal released Sunday, 83% of farmers and ranchers approve of the president’s job performance,” Kirk Maltais reports for The Wall Street Journal.

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Trump Slams Impeachment “Hoax,” Climate Change “Prophets of Doom” During Davos Address

Trump Slams Impeachment “Hoax,” Climate Change “Prophets of Doom” During Davos Address