House Democrats introduced a resolution on Tuesday to impeach DOJ Attorney General William Barr for “perverting the rule of law.”
The resolution, introduced by Rep. Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.) and co-sponsored by 35 other Democrats, announces that the House will “investigate and consider” impeaching Barr over a number of non-issues, such as “violating” the constitutional rights of the Black Lives Matter rioters who tried to storm the White House, and dismissing the bogus charges against former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.
“In the past few weeks alone, Barr has ordered the attack on peaceful protestors in Lafayette Park, in violation of their constitutional rights, and moved to drop charges against Michael Flynn, the President’s former campaign advisor, despite his guilty pleas,” the resolution states.
HBO late-night host Bill Maher lamented over the Democrats’ impeachment of President Trump, but for all the wrong reasons.
On his Friday show “Real Time,” Maher expressed his frustration to far-left activist Michael Moore that the Democrat impeachment push which took place several months ago was a “horrible thing” because it only “emboldened” Trump, citing his firing of several inspectors general.
“Trump this week, this month, has gotten rid of four inspector generals of different agencies. Impeachment turned out to be a horrible thing. If I knew what I knew now,” Maher complained.
A Pennsylvania state lawmaker is calling on colleagues in the State House of Representatives to co-sponsor a resolution calling for the impeachment of Governor Tom Wolf.
Representative Daryl Metcalfe (R-Butler) circulated a memorandum to House members, calling on them to hold Gov. Wolf “accountable for his actions that have harmed so many of our citizens and violate so many of our rights.
In the memorandum, Rep. Metcalfe cites a lack of transparency from the Wolf Administration, his handling of the state’s unemployment system, the current stay-at-home order, and Wolf’s overall response to the COVID-19 crisis as reasons to impeach him.
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President Trump on Friday fired the intelligence community inspector general, Michael Atkinson, who brought a hearsay whistleblower complaint to Congressional Democrats, kicking off President Trump’s impeachment.
Atkinson’s closed-door testimony was so troubling to House Republicans that they launched an investigation into his role into what President Trump and his allies coined the ‘impeachment hoax.’
Ranking member of the House Intelligence Intelligence Committee Devin Nunes (R-CA) told SarahCarter.com that transcripts of Atkinson’s secret testimony would expose that he either lied or needs to make corrections to his statements to lawmakers.
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The seven Democrat House managers who led the impeachment against President Trump went on CNN Friday to gripe about the fact the Senate acquitted Trump of both articles of impeachment earlier this week.
During what appeared to be a group therapy session led by anchor Anderson Cooper, House impeachment managers, including Reps. Adam Schiff (Calif) and Jerry Nadler (N.Y.), did their best to discredit the Senate’s acquittal of Trump on Wednesday.
“I think he’s not been exonerated,” California Rep. Zoe Lofgren said. Colorado Rep. Jason Crow then quickly added that “it’s hard to have an acquittal without a fair trial.”
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President Trump is enjoying his highest approval ratings ever amid the floundering impeachment trial and the Democrat caucus debacle in Iowa.
Interestingly, Trump’s approval rating is higher than Obama’s was when Obama was at this point of his presidency.
The president’s approval is at 49%, according to a new Gallup poll that also says 63% of Americans approve of Trump’s handling of the economy, the highest economic rating for a president since 2001.
“It is the highest economic approval rating not only for Trump, but for any president since George W. Bush enjoyed stratospheric job approval ratings in the first few months after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks,” Gallup stated.
Gallup also says that a majority of Americans, 52%, favor acquitting Trump in his impeachment trial versus 46%.
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House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) launched into a bizarre abstract rant about hypothetical scenarios President Trump would engage in if he was re-elected in 2020 — including surrendering the state of Alaska to the Russian government.
Schiff claimed on the Senate floor Monday that should Trump could very well exercise absurd abuses that wouldn’t be impeachable, but could still harm the nation.
“Trump could offer Alaska to the Russians in exchange for support in the next election,” Schiff said. “Or decide to move to Mar-A-Lago permanently and let Jared Kushner run the country, delegating to him the decision of whether to go to war.”
U.S. President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser John Bolton changed his tune on how he felt about the commander-in-chief’s July 25 call with his Ukrainian counterpart after he was fired from his White House post.
While Bolton claims he resigned in early September 2019, Trump said he fired him.
On August 27, 2019, Bolton described Trump’s July 25 phone conversations with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) as “very warm and cordial calls” and acknowledged that corruption poses a significant problem for Ukraine.
However, Bolton’s story changed after Trump allegedly fired him.
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House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff brazenly lied to the Senate body during the ongoing impeachment trial of President Trump by denying he knew the identity of the so-called “whistleblower” who sparked the Democrats’ latest impeachment push.
Schiff denied having any contact with the “whistleblower” when answering a question from Ted Cruz about whether that whistleblower worked “with Biden on anything related to Burisma or the firing of the Ukrainian prosecutor.”
“First of all, I don’t know who the whistleblower is,” Schiff said. “I haven’t met them or communicated with them in any way.”
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