“COME TO ME”: Lay your burden down – God’s greatest desire is to forgive. No matter how far we have each strayed from His side, He says to us, “Don’t be afraid. Draw close to my heart.”
IMPEACHMENT: [1:00] – POTUS says it would be fun for him to go to the impeachment trial, “Sit right in the front row and stare in their corrupt faces.”
Sen. Rand Paul sent him an invitation.
IMPEACHMENT: [1:20] – Schiff says Trump should be removed from office because he pursued his own foreign policy, rather than abiding by the talking points that had been prepared for him by underlings.
The U.S. Constitution gives the President of the United States primary authority to determine U.S. foreign policy. It never mentions talking points.
IMPEACHMENT: Excerpts from “Schumer Whiffs Impeachment” by Kim Strassel at the Wall Street Journal – “Mr. Schumer was handed the weakest impeachment case in U.S. history. … [He] nonetheless had an opportunity to do what Democrats keep pretending to do: Take the proceedings seriously. … [His] job this week was to secure the cooperation of a handful of Republicans for his demands to drag this trial out further; he has likely failed.”
IMPEACHMENT: [4:37] – The liberal hacks in the media focus on the Republican senators they see as potential YES votes – Martha McSally, Susan Collins, Mitt Romney, Lisa Murkowski, Lamar Alexander, and Cory Gardner.
They ignore the Democrat senators who are potential NO votes who Mollie Hemingway says include Joe Manchin, Gary Peters, Doug Jones, and Kyrsten Sinema.
Let’s remember that, in the House, ZERO Republicans voted for impeachment, while TWO Democrats voted against.
MEDIA MALPRACTICE: [:26] – ABC News Anchor George Stephanopoulos didn’t want viewers to hear what Trump’s lawyer had to say.
On Fox, where Republicans get to actually talk, Trump’s attorney Jordan Sekulow said that they will not be presenting a rebuttal to Democrats claims, but rather launch an attack on them, expose their misstatements and show how they dishonestly edited witness testimony to distort what witnesses have actually said and meant.
WHERE’S HUNTER: [1:22] – The judge in baby-daddy Hunter’s paternity case is sick of his excuses for not turning over his financial statements. He’s been ordered to show up in Arkansas.
So what is Hunter hiding? He claims he is unemployed and has no income … but he and his new wife are living in a Hollywood Hills (see video) rental that costs $12,000 a month!
BIRTH TOURISM: The Trump administration has issued a rule allowing customs officials to deny entry to travelers whom they suspect are headed to the U.S. for the sole purpose of giving birth on American soil.
“This rule establishes that travel to the United States with the primary purpose of obtaining U.S. citizenship for a child by giving birth in the United States is an impermissible basis for the issuance of a B nonimmigrant visa,” the statute reads.
WOMEN: And now men who “identify as women” are demanding the right to prove they are as good as or better than real women at being women.
For example, an online magazine about LGBT athletes called MMA trannie fighter, Fallon Fox, “the bravest athlete in history” for beating the crap out of real women.
- During his fight against Tamikka Brents, he broke her orbital bone and gave her a concussion. Brents had not been informed that her opponent was born male. She said, “I’ve never felt so overpowered ever in my life. I’ve fought a lot of women and have never felt the strength that I felt in a fight as I did that night.”
- Fox ended his fight with Erika Newsome by grabbing the back of her skull, kneeing her in the head, then lifting her leg up and dropping her on her chin. She fell, unconscious, face -first on to the mat. It was her last fight.
Fox is not brave. He’s just a thug with fake boobs.
TRANS: You can help the two guys who are trying to stop Yaniv’s sick assaults on everyone who annoys him. Click https://rebeldonations.com/ and donate a few bucks to their legal fund. They estimate it will cost them $40K to pursue their charges.
NO WORDS: Thirty years ago, the Peaceful Grove Church was founded by pastor Jim Baker in an elementary school in Cottage Grove, Minnesota. In 2008, it moved into its own building, then merged with a larger church in Woodbury to become Grove United Methodist Church.
Then, in 2013, Methodist officials said they could no longer pay for a minister for the Peaceful Grove branch, so the congregation switched to lay ministry, with weekly sermons by members of the church who are mostly over 60 years old.
The Methodists’ regional Annual Conference decided that isn’t working for them. So they are coughing up $250,000 to close the small church, then revamp and reopen it with a hip new look and a program they hope will appeal to young people.
In the meantime, they asked ever so nicely that all the loyal, long-time members of the congregation to go somewhere else to worship.
The seniors won’t be physically barred from attending, but they won’t be welcomed either. The Methodist leadership says this is a necessary move, because “Jesus said we are called to reach new people.”
GRAMMY NOTES: Bunny and the boys practiced hoops. Buzz made quite a few baskets!