Sunday, July 1, 2018

Will Rosenstein Be Impeached?

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Will Rosenstein Be Impeached

Freedom Caucus chairman Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) was recently questioned by CNN’s network congressional correspondent Manu Raju about the House’s attempt to receive documents from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

 Meadows informed Raju noncompliance will result in impeachment for Rosenstein.

Partial transcript as follows:

WATCH: #WalkAway Movement to Abandon Liberalism Goes Viral


The #Walkaway movement that began with a popular Facebook video featuring a gay hairdresser in New York City explaining why he was leaving the Democratic Party has quickly morphed into a major force on social media and beyond.

According to an article last Thursday in the Epoch Times, some five million people on Facebook and YouTube have seen the groundbreaking video showing a “very handsome gay man” who describes his awakening to the inanities of liberalism and the Democratic Party.

“Once upon a time, I was a liberal. Well, to be honest, less than a year ago, I was still a liberal,” begins Brandon Straka, the unlikely face of the new “silent minority” of Americans.

“I reject a system which allows an ambitious, misinformed and dogmatic mob to suppress free speech, create false narratives, and apathetically steamroll over the truth,” he says. “I reject hate.”

“These are the reasons why I became a liberal. And these are the same reasons why I am now walking away.”

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“He Should Be Replaced”, Harvard Law Professor BERATES Rod Rosenstein For His Crimes

Judge Pirro On ICE Protests 'We are Witnessing The Evolution Of A Socialist Coup'

Sharyl Attkisson: Rosenstein conflicts undermine legitimacy of Mueller's investigation

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In his recent testimony to Congress, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein undoubtedly intended to sound reassuring. “I am quite confident,” he proclaimed, “about my conduct throughout this investigation.”
Rosenstein may have reason to feel confident. He’s in a difficult position and his conduct may indeed be above board. And, under normal circumstances, Congress and the public might be comforted by his guarantee. 
But that’s the rub: These circumstances are far from normal.
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Queen’s health scare: Minister’s rehearsed plan for Queen Elizabeth’s DEATH after St Pauls

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THE Queen’s death has been rehearsed for the very first time by ministers in the week Queen Elizabeth pulled out of a service at St Paul’s Cathedral due to ill health.


The run-through has been given the code name Castle Dove and saw Theresa May’s senior cabinet ministers and Whitehall officials discuss ‘D+1’ - the day after the Queen dies.

The plan itself also has a code name - London Bridge - and came in the same week the 92-year-old cancelled a public engagement at St Paul’s Cathedral after a health scare.

Though the rehearsal is not in response to any fears about her health, the protocol was done at an "unprecedented" scale.

The rehearsal was the first time civil servants and politicians came together to discuss the plan, which would also involve the Prime Minister addressing a nation in mourning.

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Giving the Federal Army a Shock at Gettysburg

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In a letter to his wife from the Georgia legislature on November 16, 1860, State Senator Clement Evans (1833-1911) wrote: “There is no need of alarm when the Union dissolves. It will be a peaceful death of a decrepit old man, and the North shall take the body, and we will be the disenthralled soul.” Wounded five times, twice severely, Evans commanded the Thirty-first Georgia Regiment, the Bartow Guards, which reached York, Pennsylvania, the farthest advance of any Confederate unit. His regiment was the last to leave Pennsylvania after Gettysburg.
Bernhard Thuersam,   The Great American Political Divide

Giving the Federal Army a Shock at Gettysburg

“[General Lee was not sure exactly what Gettysburg had meant, nor did General Meade assess the battle’s full significance. Both President Lincoln and President Davis were disappointed. In fact, nobody fully evaluated the events at the time of the [battle]. Only years later did historians, in retrospect, dub it the “high tide of the Confederacy.” However, Colonel Evans’ contemporary view of what the battle meant is scarcely to be improved upon as he closes his diary]:

“Thus ended for the time being the Pennsylvania Campaign. The success of the movement was not as great as was to be desired – Had our wishes been gratified the Yankee Army would have been demolished & Washington captured, but I doubt if either was expected – We remained in the enemy’s territory as long as it was possible to subsist the army there.

Short rations will always compel short campaigns of invasion, unless we could invade where railroad and water communications could be kept up. The general results of the last 40 days however are not at all unsatisfactory.

The Federal army of the Potomac had been forced out of Virginia – The enemy have learned to their cost what invasion is, and have one great battlefield with all its horrors on their own soil to contemplate.

We have given the Federal army a shock at Gettysburg in the loss of over 40,000 killed, wounded & prisoners from which it will not recover. We have drawn from the enemy subsistence stores for the whole army for two months. We have furnished our trains, cavalry & artillery with new & good horses – We have supplied ourselves with quite a few thousand new wagons. The capture of ordnance & ordnance stores have been abundant.

We have possession of the Valley of Virginia with its abundant crop of grain & hay – Our loss during the 40 days will reach 20,000. That of the enemy will not fall short of 60,000.”

(Intrepid Warrior, Clement Anselm Evans, Confederate General from Georgia. Life, Letters and Diaries of the War Years; Robert Grier Stephens, Jr., editor, Morningside House, Inc., 1992, excerpts pp. 238-239)

'Money Powers' dilemma with Confederate symbols

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'Money Powers' dilemma with Confederate symbols, Old Georgia State Flag When I think of what is the real "problem" that the money powers have with any Confederate symbols today, it boils down to "Limits of Government, especially government spending, which would severely limit any avenues the money powers could use to further their financial gains". The 'money powers' don't see 'heritage' as a threat. Nor do the 'money powers' feel threatened by Southerns honoring Confederate soldiers who have passed on. 
What the 'money powers' fear is the ideals of Confederacy and what the Confederate soldier actually fought for, which is limits on government (both in spending, taxation), a system of checks and balances of power (via more rights to States) and the right of the people to self-determine their own government (secession). When Georgians fly the Old Georgia State flag, these supporters should be sure to state the real reason for flying the Old Georgia State flag which also contains Confederate symbology. . It's both an historical and living reference to the ideals of a limited Constitutional Republic and reining in the excesses of power in the hands of a few. No doubt those "few who have the reigns of power" don't like any ideals that would put limits on their power. This is the core reason the 'money powers' attack any Confederate symbols.

San Francisco Declared One of the 'Filthiest Slums' in the World:

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 san fransisco has become one of the world s dirtiest cities

Data reveals Californian city is dirtier than many third world nations The Californian city has been found to have dirtier conditions than slums found in third world countries such as India or Kenya. According to an investigation by NBC, large areas of the city are covered in needles and feces, as hospitals are struggling to cope with the influx of patients that have fallen ill as a result of the contamination from the third-world living conditions. How dirty is San Francisco?

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Trump’s Judicial Adviser Names Four Potential Supreme Court Nominees

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Despite the slim majority, Senate Republicans only need a 51-vote majority to confirm the Supreme Court nominee after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) changed the rules to allow it in the case of Supreme Court justice confirmations. 

Leonard Leo, executive vice president of the Federalist Society and outside adviser to President Donald Trump for judicial nominations, named four potential Supreme Court nominees on Fox News Sunday.

Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace asked Leo about the upcoming confirmation battle for the next Supreme Court justice and if the nominee has past views or writings expressing hostility towards the abortion ruling of Roe v. Wade that their nomination could face opposition from some Republican senators.

Portland Freedom Rally: Antifa crashed the party and attacked Trump supporters with sticks, rocks and pepper spray. Trump supporters replied.

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