Trump: Even Democrats Are ‘Embarrassed By Their Stupid Impeachment!’…

TRUMP: “And the reason they announced it on the same day one hour later, they announced impeachment, a few guys standing behind her, they announced impeachment and then an hour later she announced that she’s going to do USMCA. You know why? It’s a huge deal and it plays down the impeachment because they’re embarrassed by the impeachment. And our poll numbers, I’ve gone through the roof because of her stupid impeachment.”

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Dem. Rep Steve Cohen On Impeachment: ‘We Need To Win This Game For America’…

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Dem Rep. Jayapal: ‘Bill Barr Is A Sham As An Attorney General’…

Speaking of shams.

JAYAPAL: “Bill Barr is a sham as an Attorney General. He should not be in that position. He is supposed to be advocating for the country. He’s not supposed to be the President’s personal lawyer. To criticize his own Attorney General or contradict his own Attorney General shows us exactly his true colors. He’s never going to stand up for the country. He’s only going to stand up for a corrupt president who has abused his office and obstructed Congress and I think Bill Barr should not be the Attorney General. That should be for somebody who is dedicated to the law of the country, not to being the President’s personal attorney.”

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Schiff: Americans Don’t Decide Their Elections Anymore

Yeah, Dems do it now.

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Overnight Open Thread: ‘One Of The Biggest Rallies I’ve Ever Seen’

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Barr: FBI Spied On Trump Team, Despite Having Exculpatory Evidence, Kept Going, Made False Representations To FISA Court

We’ve done a lot of Barr tonight, but this is brilliant.

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Former FBI Attorney Lisa Page Sues DOJ For Releasing Her Texts With Peter Strzok

Yeah, no. FBI phones, on FBI time about FBI work.

Via Washington Examiner:

Former FBI attorney Lisa Page is suing the Department of Justice and the FBI for violating her privacy by releasing her personal information to the public.

Page, 39, announced her lawsuit over Twitter on Tuesday. The attorney alleges that the DOJ and the FBI’s release of text messages between her and then-FBI agent Peter Strzok violated Privacy Act provisions regulating the release of private information to the media.

“I sued the Department of Justice and FBI today,” Page said. “I take little joy in having done so. But what they did in leaking my messages to the press was not only wrong, it was illegal.”

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Barr: Trump Campaign ‘Clearly Spied Upon,’ ‘First Time In History’ To Happen To ‘Presidential Campaign’

He’s fearless. Let’s hope he’s able to bring it to conclusion.

Via Daily Wire:

Attorney General William Barr slammed the FBI during an interview with NBC News on Tuesday, saying that the campaign was “clearly spied upon” and that it was the “first time in history” that something like that had ever happened to a presidential candidate.

NBC News Pete Williams asked Barr, “Based on what you know so far, do you still stand by your statement that the campaign was spied upon?”

“Oh, it was clearly spied upon. I mean, that’s what electronic surveillance is. I think wiring people up to go in and talk to people and make recordings of their conversations is spying,” Barr responded. “I think going through people’s emails which they did as a result of the FISA warrant. They went through everything, you know, from Page’s life.”

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Small Group Of Democrats Floats Censure Instead Of Impeachment

Nope, you guys are going to have to vote and decide: party or truth.

Via Politico:

A small group of vulnerable House Democrats is floating the longshot idea of censuring President Donald Trump instead of impeaching him, according to multiple lawmakers familiar with the conversations.

Those Democrats, all representing districts that Trump won in 2016, huddled on Monday afternoon in an 11th-hour bid to weigh additional — though unlikely — options to punish the president for his role in the Ukraine scandal as the House speeds toward an impeachment vote next week.

The group of about 10 Trump-district lawmakers included Reps. Josh Gottheimer (D-N.J.), Kurt Schrader (D-Ore.), Anthony Brindisi (D-N.Y.), and Ben McAdams (D-Utah.).
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“I think it’s certainly appropriate and might be a little more bipartisan, who knows,” Schrader said Tuesday when asked about the possibility of a censure resolution. But he acknowledged: “Time’s slipping by.”

The idea of censure, according to the lawmakers, is to offer a competing alternative to impeachment that could attract at least some Republican support on the floor. It would also help Democrats avoid a lengthy impeachment trial in the Senate, which some in this group fear could tilt public opinion toward the GOP in the final months before the 2020 election.

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AG Bill Barr Blasts ‘Completely Irresponsible Press,’ Hits FBI For ‘Gross Abuses’ In Trump Probe

Thankfully he’s there and it sounds like he and Durham intend to follow through.

Via Daily Caller:

Attorney General William Barr blasted the “completely irresponsible press” Tuesday as well as the FBI for their respective roles in pushing the debunked theory that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government in 2016.

Barr said in an interview with NBC News he disagreed with a Justice Department inspector general’s report, released Monday, that said the FBI had a legitimate rationale to open an investigation into Trump campaign associates in July 2016.

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Pelosi Admits Democrats Have Been Bent On Impeachment Since Trump Took Office…

So obvious even Pelosi can’t lie about it.

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Joe Biden In 1986: ‘I Would Not Recommend That Anyone Pick Me For Vice President’

Or president.

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House Dem Confronted By Constituents For Supporting Impeachment: ‘Incredible Bullshit,’ ‘Crap,’ ‘All Lies’…

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Moonbat Teacher Assaults Student Over Her ‘Women For Trump’ Pin…

More from the tolerant left.

MASON, MI. (WILX) — A Mason High School student turns to the police claiming a teacher assaulted her during school hours because she supports President Trump.

Sadie Earegood confirmed with NEWS 10 that the teacher involved in the incident was Paul Kato. The Mason School District has not confirmed with us that the allegations against Kato are true.

Earegood claims she was assaulted by Kato who ripped her “Women For Trump” pin off of her shirt.

Earegood is 16 and a junior at the school. She said the teacher, whose name has not been released, started off by saying he didn’t like the pin she was wearing.

“I was just really shocked that a teacher would especially do that,” she said. “He’s talking about the ‘Women for Trump’ pin and I said, ‘that’s fine you don’t have to like it, we can have our opinions.'”

Earegood described a struggle between herself and the teacher where he tried to take the pin off her.

“He grabbed it and I pulled and I tried to push his hand away and he grabbed my shoulder, just kind of put his hand there, and then he started pulling more and more and I just started backing up.”

She said the teacher then put the pin upside down on his shirt and stated that it belonged that way.

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Cruz: IG Report Shows Obama Admin’s Stunning Abuse Of Power…

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Schiff: We Can’t Conduct A Free And Fair Election In 2020 Unless We Impeach Trump

Not even a little bit true.

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Warren Campaign On Kamala Harris: ‘Sucks’ That Billionaires Can Kick ‘Black Women, Out Of A Campaign’

What are they talking about?

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Left Freaks Out Over Trump Chocolate Bars

Hilarious triggering.

Via Daily Wire:

On Tuesday, author Malcolm Nance, who co-wrote with noted Hollywood leftist Rob Reiner “The Plot to Destroy Democracy: How Putin and His Spies Are Undermining America and Dismantling the West,” then followed with a tome attacking President Trump titled, “The Plot to Betray America: How Team Trump Embraced Our Enemies, Compromised Our Security, and How We Can Fix It,” had a rough time at JFK airport, where he noticed something really disturbing: chocolate bars branded with President Trump’s name.

Nance tweeted, “At JFK airport Terminal 1 I found this display of Trump branded chocolate for sale. It’s been there for a long time. The staff told me not one piece has sold. Why would they think foreigners would spend money on his picture is beyond me.”

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‘I Will Attend Your Trial And Sentencing’: CIA Alumnus Responds To John Brennan’s Tweet

Yes, please.

Via Twitchy:

As Twitchy reported earlier, former CIA director John Brennan sent out another self-sanctimonious tweet about “how far we have fallen” by electing President Trump, who is inflicting tragic damage to our national conscience and our government by not being Hillary Clinton.

We’re guessing Brennan was responding to Monday’s impeachment hearings before the House Judiciary Committee and not the release of the inspector general’s report, which showed, according to NBC News’ Pete Williams, that the FBI “screwed up at every level” — at best. That’s not a good look for America’s intelligence community.

In any case, we included the following tweet in that post, but the response to CIA alumnus Mark Augustine has been tremendous. In case you missed it, here’s what he had to say to Brennan.

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Analysis: IG’s FISA Report Undercuts ‘Schiff Memo,’ Which Defended FBI And Steele Dossier

Nunes memo was right, Schiff’s, of course, was full of Schiff.

Via Daily Caller:

The Justice Department inspector general’s report undercut many of the claims in a memo that Rep. Adam Schiff released in February 2018 defending the FBI and the Steele dossier, according to an analysis by The Daily Caller News Foundation.

In the memo, Schiff, a California Democrat, downplayed the FBI’s use of information from former British spy Christopher Steele in applications for surveillance warrants against former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. Schiff, who now chairs the House Intelligence Committee, also asserted that the FBI did not omit any key details about Steele from the warrant applications and that investigators went to great lengths to verify the dossier.

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