Tuesday, December 17, 2019

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Report: Trump-Supporting Women Allegedly Abused at D.C. Event, Called ‘Nazis,’ ‘C*nts’

President Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally in Grand Rapids, Mich., Thursday, March 28, 2019. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Women for America First is an outside conservative organization that supports President Donald
The press release alleges that the private event held by Women for America First was interrupted “at least” 30 times by the wedding’s participants, including a physical assault against Jonathan Gilliam, a retired Navy SEAL and former FBI special agent, who attended the event. Gilliam himself tweeted a reference to the alleged events:

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Important Excerpts from Trump's letter to Pelosi

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President Donald J. Trump sent a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi today, exposing Democrats’ partisan impeachment crusade for the unprecedented, unconstitutional sham that it is.

A few important excerpts from the President’s letter:
  • “The Articles of Impeachment introduced by the House Judiciary Committee are not recognizable under any standard of Constitutional theory, interpretation, or jurisprudence. They include no crimes, no misdemeanors, and no offenses whatsoever.”
  • “Speaker Pelosi, you admitted just last week at a public forum that your party’s impeachment effort has been going on for ‘two and a half years,’ long before you ever heard about a phone call with Ukraine.”
  • “Before the Impeachment Hoax, it was the Russian Witch Hunt.”
  • “You are the ones interfering in America’s elections. You are the ones subverting America’s Democracy. You are the ones Obstructing Justice. You are the ones bringing pain and suffering to our Republic for your own selfish personal, political, and partisan gain.”
  • “You and your party are desperate to distract from America’s extraordinary economy, incredible jobs boom, record stock market, soaring confidence, and flourishing citizens. Your party simply cannot compete with our record.”
  • “Our Founders feared the tribalization of partisan politics, and you are bringing their worst fears to life.  More @ White House

The Left is Having a Meltdown Because Justice Neil Gorsuch Went on Fox News

“Success:” We will be flying today at a cruising altitude of 4 feet for 12 seconds.

Via Billy

We seldom have an image of the exact moment when the history of the world changed. But we do have this one from one hundred and sixteen years ago today at 10:35 AM Atlantic.
“This is it. This is the moment, and you can see Wilbur. He’s caught in mid-stride. You can see Orville on the machine. It’s just all right there. it’s that moment frozen forever.”

CBS Still Considers $outhern Poverty Law Center Credible

Via Dixie Digest

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As CBS News was developing its complaint against Fidelity Investment’s charitable fund, it considered information gleaned from the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) as accurate. The gist of the complaint was that Fidelity shouldn’t allow its charity’s funds to go to “hate groups” on SPLC’s HateWatch list, which included the Family Research Council (FRC).

When informed of the smear Lieutenant General (Ret.) William G. Boykin, the FRC’s executive vice president, responded:

Satire? Supreme Court Can Extend Trump’s Term By Up To 3 Years If He’s Acquitted In The Senate

Via G.W. Long  via  Wirecutter


There’s a little-known precedent on the books that Democrats are trying desperately to have removed before the impeachment trial of President Trump begins. In 1974, as Nixon faced impeachment, the Republican Congress passed a law that would allow his term to be extended if he was acquitted.

The law was specific to Nixon, and was set to expire in 5 years, but Nixon resigned. The removal of the law, therefore, never happened.

According to legal analyst and constitutional scholar, Art Tubolls, the fact that the law exists at all sets a precedent:

“The law is very clear. An acquittal, which they were sure they would get until all the facts came to light, would have meant that Nixon’s term was stolen from him, and that three years or less could be added to his time in office without causing a constitutional crisis.