Elizabeth Warren Takes Credit for Sponsoring Bills She Voted Against

Does she ever tell the truth?

Via Free Beacon:

Underperforming presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) has portrayed herself as a bipartisan dealmaker by taking credit for sponsoring bills she ultimately voted against.

“I do work with the other side,” Warren said in October during a radio interview in New Hampshire. “I’ve gotten more than a dozen bills passed into law, and they’ve been bipartisan. And that’s just been since Donald Trump has been elected president.” A post on the “Fact Squad” section of Warren’s campaign website similarly boasts that “Donald Trump has signed more than a dozen of Elizabeth’s proposals into law” and lists 15 pieces of legislation Warren sponsored.

Three of the items included in that tally, however, are bills that Warren ultimately voted against. The Gambling Addiction Prevention Act, the Sexual Trauma Response And Treatment Act, and the National Guard Promotion Accountability Act all passed the Senate in August 2018 as part of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2019. Warren was one of only 10 senators who voted against the 2019 NDAA, along with fellow 2020 contenders Kamala Harris (RIP), Kirsten Gillibrand (RIP), and Bernie Sanders.

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Pelosi Gleefully Reminds Trump He’s ‘Impeached Forever’ During Appearance On Bill Maher Show

Her “solemn and sober” tour. Not so much.

Via Fox News:

Not much seemed solemn or prayerful about Nancy Pelosi’s appearance on “Real Time with Bill Maher” on Friday night.

In Maher’s return from a holiday hiatus, the House speaker spoke gleefully about her colleagues impeaching President Trump and doubled down on her Russian-charged attacks against Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

After Maher pointed out that Pelosi was initially “rather reluctant” to move forward with impeachment and waited until “it was inevitable,” the California Democrat responded that Trump simply gave his critics in the House “no choice” in the matter.

“The president was self-impeaching almost every single day,” Pelosi said.

“There are some people who have actually said that he wanted to be impeached,” Maher then observed. “Just for the record, being impeached is a bad thing, right?”

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The Comey Coverup Unravels

Update to this story. Whole lot of questions.

Via Fox News:

In a curious report on Thursday evening, the New York Times carefully averts its eyes from everything that’s interesting. Even Adam Schiff has acknowledged that James Comey’s actions in 2016 may represent the most important and significant Russian influence on the election. (Hoist your shot glass. This will be the umpteenth time I’ve quoted Mr. Schiff on this matter in this column.)

Surely one of the most consequential pieces of intelligence ever received by U.S. agencies was, as we now learn, received in early 2016 from a Dutch counterpart. This is the dubious Russian intelligence that set off Mr. Comey’s multiple interventions in the last presidential race, culminating in an improper act that may have inadvertently elected Donald Trump. Even at the time Mr. Comey’s FBI colleagues considered the intelligence, which indicated questionable actions by the Justice Department to fix the Hillary email investigation, to be false, possibly a Russian plant.

The Times adds the unsurprising revelation that Mr. Comey himself is suspected in the illegal leak that, in early 2017, alerted the media to this untold aspect of his 2016 actions, before the matter disappeared again behind a veil of official secrecy. Yet bizarrely, the paper plays down its scoop, suggesting that any inquiry into a “years-old” leak now can only be a political hit job by an “ambitious” Justice Department attorney seeking to please President Trump.

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Senate Judiciary Pauses Nominations For Impeachment Trial

Why they should have just dismissed this.

Via Bloomberg:

The Senate Judiciary Committee won’t meet until after the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump has concluded, Chairman Lindsey Graham said amid calls by Democrats to halt judicial nominations during the period.

“We’ll see you after impeachment,” Graham said Thursday before adjourning a committee meeting for several judicial nominees who included Trump’s pick for a Atlanta-based appeals court, Andrew Brasher.

It is still unclear, however, if nominees on the floor will move forward during periods when senators aren’t engaged in the trial, which is set to start on Jan. 21.

The committee has aggressively vetted and cleared Trump circuit and appeals court nominees, sending them to the floor for final consideration. Virtually all have been confirmed.

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Watch: North Korean Female Soldiers Perform For Kim Jong Un

RT propaganda calls it “brilliant.” Not quite the word I would have for it. Performing as though their lives depended on it, because they do.

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Overnight Open Thread: Trump Has Fun With LSU Champions

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Supremes To Decide If Electoral College Voters Must Vote For Winner Of State Popular Vote

Dems just can’t win unless they try to turn over everything.

Via Townhall:

On Friday, the Supreme Court agreed to hear a case that would decide whether electoral college delegates must vote for the winner of their state’s popular vote. Half the states currently have laws requiring their electors to follow the voters’ decision in their state.

Electors who do not vote in accordance to the winner of their state’s popular vote are known as “faithless electors.” According to NBC News, the so-called problem of faithless electors has never really been an actual problem before. In fact, most states simply throw out the ballot of an elector who doesn’t follow the state’s popular vote.

But in 2016, the Democrats ran such a rotten candidate that several electors in states carried by Hillary Clinton cast their ballots for someone else. One elector in Colorado voted for John Kasich, one in Hawaii voted for Bernie Sanders, and four in Washington state voted for someone else — three for Colin Powell and one for Faith Spotted Eagle, the name of a Native American activist, not Elizabeth Warren. Other Democratic electors contemplated voting differently but were reportedly pressured into voting for Clinton. Colorado simply replaced its errant elector with one that would vote for Hillary, while Washington state fined their independent-thinking electors for violating state law.

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Flashback: Feinstein On Clinton Impeachment, ‘Tears At The Fabric Of The Presidency’

But now, it’s just hunky dory.

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Trump Admin Wishes Michelle Obama Happy Birthday In The Best Way Possible

They completely ignore how disgusting Michelle Obama lunches were for the kids who basically revolted on social media because the meal were revolting.

Via Twitchy:

Happy birthday, Michelle Obama!

And as a special gift to help her celebrate, the Trump administration picked today to roll back her awful-tasting school nutrition standards:

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Brutal: Voters Mock Elise Stefanik’s Challenger for Struggling to Call Soleimani a Terrorist

How can you not immediately acknowledge he’s a terrorist? They’ve completely lost their minds.

Via Townhall:

It’s not hard to call former Iranian terror leader Qasem Soleimani a terrorist. But Democrats are making it look like neurosurgery. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) nearly had a conniption before finally admitting that Soleimani, the guy who helped orchestrate deadly attacks on U.S. troops and was planning more, was a terrorist. She was followed by Tedra Cobb, the progressive New Yorker who is running against conservative incumbent Rep. Elise Stefanik.

At a recent campaign event, a group of voters asked Cobb why she had refused to call Soleimani a terrorist. Watch below as Cobb heavily leans on her campaign aide for the assist. It was embarrassing and brutal. And it was not an answer.

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‘Jabba The Jihadi,’ 560-Pound Terrorist, Arrested In Iraq. Donald Trump Jr. Weighs In.

Now that’s a big capture.

Via Daily Wire:

Abu Abdul Bari, a heavyweight terrorist responsible for ordering the executions of religious figures who didn’t bow down to ISIS, was captured this week after an Iraqi military group surrounded him in his bed in Mosul, Iraq.

According to Stars and Stripes:

The arrest of ISIS mufti Abu Abdul Bari, also known as Shifa al-Nima, was announced by the Iraqi government’s security media cell in a statement Thursday.

Bari, a preacher known for “provocative speeches against the security forces” is considered one of the top leaders of “ISIS gangs,” the statement said.

Considered by ISIS to be an authority in Quranic law, Bari issued religious rulings, or fatwas, ordering the execution of scholars and clerics who refused to pledge allegiance to the terrorist group when it occupied Mosul, the statement said. He also ordered the July 2014 destruction of a mosque built at the site believed to be the burial place of the biblical prophet Jonah, who once had a notable encounter with a whale.

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Ted Cruz Uses Chris Cuomo’s Own Words To Prove CNN Is Filled With Liberal Hacks, As Martha McSally Said

Republicans showing moxie.

Via Twitchy:

We hope Ted Cruz kept his receipt because he just owned Fredo.

Sorry, Chris Cuomo.

As Twitchy readers know, Fredo was super upset with Martha McSally for being overly honest with his fellow CNN journo by calling him a ‘liberal hack’. Chris said this made McSally a punk (seriously) and then questioned how anyone could vote for her.

Thus proving her point.

Ted came out with the TKO:

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9th Circuit Court Of Appeals Deals Brutal Blow To Teens Who Sued Trump Over Climate Change

This is the benefit changing the judges can have on a court.

Via Daily Caller:

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in California ruled Friday that children do not have standing to sue the Trump administration and the federal government for not adequately addressing climate change.

Climate policy comes under the purview of Congress and the president, not the court system, the U.S. Court of Appeals decided in a split decision. Attorneys for the teenagers can ask the U.S. Supreme Court to allow the trial to continue in Oregon, where it was initially filed.

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Cory Booker: Dems Shouldn’t Have Two White Men on Ticket Anymore

Hmm, I wonder who Cory has in mind for the VP spot?

BOOKER: “I’m hoping that the next nominee is — is somebody who has that connection. I don’t think we should have two white men on the ticket anymore, not because there’s not great talented incredible white men, but I also believe that with the diversity of our party, the strength and leadership, having diverse tickets, as Harvard Business School has said, diverse teams are stronger teams. And so I hope that there’s a diverse ticket.”

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Taxpayer-Funded Planned Parenthood to Spend $45 Mil to Elect Dems in 2020…

Hence the reason Dems fight tooth and nail to keep the taxpayer funds flowing to Planned Parenthood.

Via Newsbusters

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Ukrainian Foreign Minister Tells CNN No Quid Pro Quo Was Ever Mentioned In Any Conversations…

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FRIDAY OPEN THREAD…

Have at it, my friends

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Trump Spikes The Football….

Promises kept.

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Watch: North Carolina Sheriff Refuses To Enforce ‘Unconstitutional’ Gun Laws

Amen.

Via Washington Examiner:

A sheriff in North Carolina vowed not to enforce any “unconstitutional” gun laws if passed by the state’s legislature.

Davidson County Sheriff’s Deputy Tripp Kester told the Davidson Board of Commissioners this week that he supported a Second Amendment resolution to protect gun rights and that he “swore an oath” to protect the United States Constitution. He added that as a law enforcement officer, he would not enforce any law infringing upon the right to bear arms.

“The Constitution needs no explanation. It’s been enforced for several hundred years now,” said Kester. “It says what it means, it means what it says.

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Antifa Group Plans To March Alongside Pro-Gun Protesters In Virginia

Via Daily Caller:

A diverse gathering of pro-gun protestors set to descend upon Virginia’s capital on Monday could include an unlikely ally, a local antifa group.

In what Vice called a “bizarre meeting of the minds,” Richmond-based Antifa Seven Hills also strongly opposes the gun measures now likely to become law since Democrats won control of both Virginia houses last year, and they too want Democratic leaders in Richmond to know.

“I think it’s been pretty important for us to focus on the fact that gun control in America has a legacy of racist enforcement,” an Antifa Seven Hills spokesperson called James, a self-identified anarchist who withheld his real name for fear of getting doxxed, told Vice. “Like taking guns away from black people, because black people were perceived as a threat to property and the sanctity of the state.”

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