My latest update from the campaign trail.
IMPEACHMENT: According to the article linked below, 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.
Personally, I’d like to see some consequences for frivolous impeachment. It’s wasted so much of our time and money!
ATTORNEY GENERAL BARR: [24:18] – This NBC interview about the IG report is long, but very important. I hope you make the time and listen carefully.
MEDIA MALPRACTICE: [3:04] – Leftist media. ::smh::
PELOSI: [20:55] – Nancy Pelosi calls herself a ‘devout Catholic’ yet is one of the most pro-abortion politicians in America and support same-sex marriage, both of which are absolute violations of Catholic teaching. John-Henry Westen looks at how she got there.
PENNSYLVANIA: [3:13] – There was a raucous Trump rally on the same day Pelosi announces inauguration and USMCA.
According to the lady being interviewed, 40% of the goods manufactured in Pennsylvania are exported to Canada and Mexico, so the USMCA is going to be a huge boon to the Pennsylvania economy.
QUID PRO JOE: We must not let Democrat primary voters forget that Biden bragged IN PUBLIC and ON CAMERA that, when he was Obama’s VP, he threatened to withhold vital U.S. aide to the Ukraine if they did not fire then-Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin.
Shokin got fired; Ukraine got their money.
FAUXCAHONTAS: She’s not Native American. She didn’t get fired for being pregnant. And she wasn’t a legal beagle champion of the Little Guy.
While Elizabeth Warren was a professor at Harvard Law School, she also had a busy legal practice during which she made, at minimum, close to $2 million. Her faux political narrative would have you believe she made that money defending common folks from the predations of evil capitalists.
In fact, she made most of it defending big corporations against the people she now claims she championed.