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.”
Saved it for you guys pic.twitter.com/4Fk3He0L3l
— AJ (@AK_ND9) December 12, 2019
In case you missed it yesterday, the Wall Street Journal offered up a hell of a take on the deadly Jersey City shooting:
Wait, what’s this? Where’d it go?
Flushed down the memory hole, of course. Unfortunately for the Wall Street Journal, it didn’t go down all the way:
Via Free Beacon:
Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D., Mich.) blamed “white supremacy” Thursday for a mass killing in New Jersey carried out by two black assailants, one of whom had ties to a nationalist hate group.
Tlaib linked to a tweet from IfNotNow naming three of the victims of Wednesday’s rampage in Jersey City, two of whom were Orthodox Jews. She wrote, “This is heartbreaking. White supremacy kills.”
Tlaib, who represents a majority African-American district in Detroit, deleted her tweet after respondents pointed out the race of the suspects. She didn’t send any follow-up tweet acknowledging her error, condemning the perpetrators, or expressing condolences for the victims.
The shooters were identified as David Anderson and Francine Graham. Anderson had ties to the Black Hebrew Israelites, a black separatist movement that was labeled a hate group by the left-wing Southern Poverty Law Center. Known for its members who engage in provocative street preaching, the group harbors black supremacists and has no association with Judaism.
Oh. Paging Democrats…
Via Daily Wire:
The White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released a new legal memo on Wednesday indicating that the Trump administration’s decision to temporarily hold military assistance to Ukraine was a “routine” practice and that the administration was reviewing whether Ukraine complied with U.S. policy.
The memo indicated that the decision to withhold the aid was not a political action to block Congress’ spending decisions.
“The office first began discussing the aid on June 19, the day President Trump learned of the aid from an article in the Washington Examiner and questioned the wisdom of the spending,” The Washington Post reported. “That move sent aides scrambling, according to a senior administration official who spoke on the condition of anonymity to share internal conversations.”
Straight from the Speaker → Their #ShamImpeachment has been YEARS in the making.
Speaker Pelosi: “All I hear from the press is that we’re moving so swiftly, that it’s like a blur going by. This has been a couple of years—two and a half—since the initial investigation.” pic.twitter.com/nf5cVwehhP
— Rep. Doug Collins (@RepDougCollins) December 11, 2019
Gohmert dropped the whistleblower's name while going off like a boss… pic.twitter.com/iS3PNwTfNZ
— M3thods (@M2Madness) December 12, 2019
Via NY Post:
Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert dropped the name of the alleged whistleblower whose complaint sparked the Trump impeachment probe in a nationally televised House Judiciary Committee hearing Wednesday night.
The Texas lawmaker said the name during his opening statement in day one of the committee’s two-day marathon session to debate possible “markups,” or amendments to the two articles of impeachment brought against President Trump.
Gohmert incorporated the alleged whistleblower’s name into a grouping of “fact witnesses” he claimed House Democrats have blocked from testifying in front of the committees carrying out the impeachment probe.
“They don’t want fact witnesses,” said Gohmert. “Let’s hear from professors who hate Donald Trump,” he said, referring to last week’s House Judiciary Committee hearing that featured a panel of four constitutional scholars.
Wait, he has a brain?
“Our government, the most powerful law enforcement agency in the nation, the FBI, effectively meddled in an ongoing presidential campaign… When our own government does it, how can the American people have confidence and what do we do?” –@HawleyMO pic.twitter.com/hfFGiSLr1d
— GOP (@GOP) December 11, 2019
We’ve posted a lot of highlights from Wednesday’s Senate Judiciary Hearing at which Inspector General Michael Horowitz was a witness, and the whole idea that the intelligence community was “exonerated” has crumbled all day long.
One of the highlights of the day was Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley asking which was worse: a foreign government meddling in our elections, or our own government meddling in our elections.
AG Bill Bar takes issue with the IG finding that political bias didn't play a role in the FBI investigation. He takes particular issue with how the IG determined whether or not there was improper motive. Barr is waiting for a full investigation, which can compel testimony. pic.twitter.com/s1RUMIPwsF
— (((Jason Rantz))) on KTTH Radio (@jasonrantz) December 10, 2019
Durham is going to have fun with Comey.
Attorney General William Barr said a “problem” in the Justice Department watchdog report on the Russia investigation stems from fired FBI Director James Comey’s refusal to have his security clearance temporarily reinstated.
The former FBI chief, who claimed Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s assessment provided him vindication, was brought up by Barr during an interview Tuesday with NBC News’ Pete Williams.
Brushing off Horowitz’s determination that the FBI’s counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign was properly predicated, Barr said U.S. Attorney John Durham would need to finish his investigation before any final conclusions are made about the motivations behind the inquiry.
Noting the limits inherent in an inspector general review, including jurisdiction and inability to compel testimony, Barr pointed to Comey as an example where Horowitz’s report fell short.
Different rules for GOP and Dems. Feinstein gets briefing, Trump gets spied on.
Were the briefings to the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Donald Trump campaign the same?
Horowitz: "They were treated differently"
— Elizabeth Harrington (@LizRNC) December 11, 2019
Should people be concerned about being spied on? Horowitz: I’m concerned about that. Yikes.
GRAHAM: The FBI used a defensive counterintelligence briefing to spy on Trump. The FBI even wrote up 302s on the meeting. The Senate is being defensively briefed tomorrow. Is the FBI going to be spying on us and writing up our conversation?
HOROWITZ: I'm concerned about that.
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) December 11, 2019
Destroys Comey lie.
Graham: “The former FBI director James @Comey said this week that your report vindicates him. Is that a fair assessment of your report?”
Horowitz: “The activities we found here don’t vindicate anybody who touched this.”
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) December 11, 2019
This is what should be infuriating to all Americans.