They’re signing their own doom in the election.
(Bloomberg) — The House Judiciary Committee is likely to vote on two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump as early as Thursday. The impeachment resolution is H.Res. 755.
Here are the latest developments:
House Vote Tentatively Planned on Wednesday (6:01 p.m.)
An impeachment vote by the full House is tentatively planned for next Wednesday, according to a Democratic leadership aide.
Trump is scheduled to attend a rally that evening in Battle Creek, Michigan.
The impeachment vote would come a day after the House votes on bipartisan spending bills, while the House tentatively would vote next Thursday on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement, the aide said.
In case you forgot who Hank Johnson is, let me remind you:
They’ll likely try to postpone, but because they’ve already stalled so much, let’s see if the court holds to this date.
Via Daily Mail:
Lunden Roberts, the mother of Hunter Biden’s baby, will get to grill Joe Biden’s scandal-ridden son under oath about his finances while he was on the board of an Ukrainian oil company, according to court papers obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com.
Biden, 49, is expected to bring all his financial records as Robert’s legal team plans to question him about his monthly earnings serving as a board member for Burisma.
The two are currently engaged in a high-profile paternity case after Roberts, 28, filed suit against Biden in May, seeking child support for their 16-month-old child.
The deposition will take place a few days before Christmas, on December 23, at 9am in Little Rock, Arkansas, according to court documents filed on Wednesday.
Golf clap for GOP Rep. Collins.
Remember, if you don’t support impeachment, you’re not a patriot per the Dems.
Well played, Nancy.
Revolting to say the least.
A pro-abortion group called the Texas Equal Access (TEA) Fund has a rather sick message at Christmastime.
On December 4, the TEA Fund posted a photo (right) of votive candles with the words “Abortions Are Magical,” along with the image of a unicorn. It was captioned, “Getting our holiday party favors ready! Every year we honor our volunteers and make sure they get a token of appreciation at our annual holiday party.”
No, the magic of Christmas is NOT about abortion. In fact, it’s the very opposite: it’s about the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
And yet, in another post the following day explaining “why we use the language we use,” the TEA Fund wrote “Abortions are magical for most people who have them and refuting that just increases stigma around abortion. They are health care, self care,[sic] and community care.”