So the Democrat Controlled House voted to pursue the impeachment “witch hunt” against President Trump.  How apropos that this vote should take place on Halloween!

While the Democrats claim this was a bi-partisian vote, we agree, and with two Democrats voting NO, the bi-partisianship was against impeachment.

So this means that congress will continue to focus all their energy, time and our money on what any one with a High School education know will turn out to be another “Nothing-burger,” while dividing our country.  A repeat of the past 3 years which was wasted on the Mueller investigation, a product of TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome) suffers!

Today so much is flying around and it may take a few days for things to settle down in order for us to get the whole picture!

Amazingly in spite of all this mayhem, our President Trump continues on his mission; his promises to not just Make America, but to Keep America Great! To Make America Safe! To renegotiate bad policies with other nations. Policies and agreements that took advantage of the United States yet gave us nothing and made us look like chumps!

Again, I personally find it amazing that our President is still able to accomplish so much in spite of these zombies!  

Your Sister in Christ

Democrats Actually Complaining About Being Left Out of al-Baghdadi Decision Posted On 28 Oct 2019

If House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff had a lick of humility or sense about them, they would have kept their mouths clamped shut this weekend. If they couldn’t bring themselves to praise for President Trump and our special forces, they should have stayed as far away from the microphones as possible. ↔ Instead, they actually had the audacity to go to the media and complain that Trump left them out of the loop on the raid that killed ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi! 

Like, really?

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Ken Starr: History Will Not Be Kind to this Impeachment Process Posted On 29 Oct 2019

In an interview with Fox News on Monday, former special prosecutor Kenneth Starr said that history would not be kind to congressional Democrats and their impeachment inquiry into President Trump. Starr condemned the Democrats for their lack of transparency, saying that this slide into secrecy would only do damage to the Constitution and the separation of government powers in Washington

“The text of the Constitution just entrusts impeachment to the good judgment – whether it’s being exercised or not – of the House of Representatives,” Starr said. “But history, I think, will not judge this well. It should judge it not well. 

Democrats didn’t have a full debate on the floor of the House, and that just lends itself to – ‘Then let’s go to court and have this litigated.’ And of course, the chairman then says, ‘you go to court, you’re in contempt.’”

House Democrat Jeff Van Drew Signals He’s Not Voting for Pelosi’s Impeachment Bill (note he did vote against the Impeachment bill … here) Joshua Caplan  29 Oct 2019

Asked by NBC News reporter Alex Moe if he supports the measure, Van Drew replied: “I would imagine that I’m not voting for it.” Van Drew, whose district President Trump won in 2016, is among roughly a dozen House Democrats who oppose the impeachment inquiry. “I have long maintained the position that the impeachment or potential impeachment would not be good for Democrats or Republicans,” the lawmaker told Fox News in September.

Sean Hannity just looked Adam Schiff in the eyes and delivered a warning he’ll never forget

Sean Hannity delivered a “warning” to House Democrats Wednesday night over their impeachment pursuit and on the heels of House Republicans protest of the inquiry.

“Now, let this be a very clear warning to [Rep. Adam] Schiff, and [Speaker Nancy] Pelosi and Democrats everywhere,” Hannity said on his television program. “Well, this secret Soviet-style impeachment coup attempt, this cannot stand. We do have a constitution. We do have precedents. We do have something called due process.”

Hannity supported House Republicans, led by Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., for storming a closed-door session Wednesday connected to the impeachment investigation of President Trump, prompting House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff to temporarily suspend the proceedings.

→ The host accused Schiff of insincerity when he proclaims he is for transparency.

“Now, it’s obvious the corrupt, cowardly Adam Schiff, he doesn’t want you, the American people, to know the whole truth. He doesn’t want you to watch this kangaroo court process,” Hannity said. “Nothing could be further from the truth when he says  we really want to be transparent.”

Schiff Won’t Let Witnesses Answer Questions He Doesn’t Like from GOP Reps According to Scalise, Jordan By C. Douglas Golden  Published October 30, 2019

Schiff Hit with Official Ethics Complaint, Allegations of ‘Rules Broken’ and ‘False Statements’ By Joe Saunders  Published October 30, 2019

Florida Republican Matt Gaetz has been one of the most active members of the GOP fighting the Democratic impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump since it began.

On Wednesday, he took it to a new level.

→ Gaetz filed an official complaint with the House Ethics Committee against Rep. Adam Schiff, the California Democrat who chairs the House Intelligence Committee and has been running depositions of witnesses in the impeachment effort behind closed doors.

“I respectfully write to request the House Committee on Ethics open an investigation into rules broken, and false statements by Rep. Adam Schiff (CA-28), Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence,” Gaetz wrote.

Gaetz’s complaint focuses specifically on the way Schiff inserted his own words when the transcript of the now-infamous July 25 telephone call between President Donald Trump and Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky was introduced to the public at a hearing on the whistleblower complaint generated by the phone call.

At that Sept. 26 hearing, Gaetz wrote, Schiff “gave a wildly-inaccurate and distorted ‘retelling’” of the call, “grossly misrepresenting” its contents to the American people.

→ “This behavior does not ‘reflect creditably on the House,’ nor does it follow ‘the spirit and letter of the Rules of the House,’” Gaetz wrote. ←

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