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Morning Greatness: Let the Impeachment Follies Commence!


- November 13th, 2019
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Good Wednesday morning.

Here is what’s on the president’s agenda today:

  • President Trump and the First Lady participate in the arrival of the President of the Republic of Turkey and Mrs. Erdogan
  • President Trump and the First Lady participate in a 2:2 meeting with the President of the Republic of Turkey and Mrs. Erdogan
  • The president participates in a restricted bilateral meeting with the President of the Republic of Turkey
  • President Trump participates in an expanded working luncheon with the President of the Republic of Turkey
  • The president participates in a legislative engagement with select members of the Senate
  • President Trump participates in a joint press conference with the President of the Republic of Turkey

ImpeachmentTV is coming to your living room today

And so it begins. The only thing better than the Impeachment Follies is the media’s reaction to the Impeachment Follies. CNN wants you to know that the “hearings will echo through the ages,” and the hearings will “imprint themselves on history and reverberate far from Washington.” Right. Who will watch the hearings? Only political junkies. The filthy casuals, the regular non-politically committed folk will not be watching all day long because they are living their lives, working their jobs, raising their kids. It’s clear this “impeachment” was a set up and a political maneuver by the Democrats to damage the president before an election. The Senate will never convict Trump, he did nothing wrong other than reject the globalist status quo shared by the institutional state. The impeachment sham is the equivalent of throwing as much mud against the wall to see what will stick for the 2020 election.

Today, we will be treated to testimony from William Taylor, the acting ambassador to Ukraine, and George Kent, the deputy assistant secretary of State for European and Eurasian affairs, The Hill reports. The Republicans will not be allowed to ask about the whistleblower or be allowed to ask any questions not approved by Impeachment Emperor Adam Schiff (D-Calif.). It will be a ridiculous and naked partisan endeavor.

One notable thing you should keep in mind should you choose to watch this dumpster fire, is that most of these witnesses support Trump’s view of Ukrainian corruption. The media doesn’t mention that and the Democrats will probably not allow any Republican to ask about it, but there it is. Ukraine is notoriously corrupt and the U.S. should absolutely not give one dime to it until it can offer assurance their side of the street is clean.

The good (?) news is that hearings will continue into next week. Here are Schiff’s puppets on next week’s roster:

Next week, National Security Council official Alexander Vindman; Jennifer Williams, an aide to Vice President Mike Pence; former U.S. Special Envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker and National Security Council official Tim Morrison will testify on Nov. 19.

Testifying on Nov. 20 will be U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Laura Cooper and Undersecretary of State David Hale.

Former National Security Council official Fiona Hill will testify on Nov. 21.

So get your popcorn ready or whatever your chosen movie snack is and settle in to watch the dumpster fire.

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Remember this. Schiff says impeachment worth it even if Trump is not removed
Trump threatening to fire Mulvaney: report
New York Times: Trump floated firing intel watchdog who shared whistleblower complaint
Who is Stephen R. Castor, the GOP staff attorney in the impeachment hearings?

Why is the corporate media continually attacking John Solomon?

ProPublica, the WaPo, the Daily Beast and now today The New York Times are dragging John Solomon. Why is that?

In weeks of closed-door testimony, American officials who worked in Ukraine kept circling back to the work of one journalist, John Solomon, whose articles they said appeared to have considerable currency with President Trump’s inner circle.

They had never known Mr. Solomon to be an authority on Ukrainian politics before, and certainly not someone with particular insights into the American ambassador to Ukraine who was a frequent target of his. So when Rudolph W. Giuliani, Donald Trump Jr. and the president himself started talking about his stories, those officials began closely following what he wrote.

So that’s why: he’s not in their club, he’s not part of the INTERAGENCY CONSENSUS on the important issues and yet he is influencing the president, who is also not part of the INTERAGENCY CONSENSUS. Who voted to put INTERAGENCY CONSENSUS into office?

The Times tries to disregard Solomon’s work but does it by appealing to the same sources Solomon is undermining and contradicting. “The State Department dismissed it as ‘an outright fabrication.'” Of course they did, they are clowns.

Derp state mascot Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman is not a fan of Solomon and to demonstrate my point, here’s what the Times reports:

In his testimony, Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, the top Ukraine expert on the National Security Council, seemed alarmed at how quickly Mr. Solomon’s story was amplified by high-profile figures like Mr. Giuliani and Mr. Trump’s son. He testified that the entire thing “smelled really rotten.”

It’s clear what the game is. The media will continue to say that Solomon’s work has been debunked, contradicted, that it’s “rotten” simply by quoting people saying so but offering no proof that what he has written is false. That’s the way the media works, it’s simply propaganda outlet trying to wipe out anything that threatens its stronghold over the American consciousness.

Other morsels:
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Obama Judge Rules Border Officials Need Reasonable Suspicion Before Searching Electronic Devices
DOJ Watchdog Takes Key Step Toward Releasing FISA Abuse Report
Mayor Pete Buttigieg catapults ahead of Dem field in new Iowa poll
Denmark temporarily reinstates border controls after shootings, explosions
Of course. Sean Duffy joins lobbying firm after leaving Congress
Fired hockey broadcaster Don Cherry tells Tucker Carlson he stands by immigration remarks that got him fired
Bye. Greta Thunberg to set sail back to Europe sooner than expected
Google’s ‘Project Nightingale’ center of federal inquiry
Xi Jinping offers to help Greece retrieve contested Parthenon Marbles
Two people just got the plague in China — yes, the Black Death plague
2 homeless men in California were attacked by a man armed with arrows
Hillary Clinton says she’s under ‘enormous pressure’ to think about running in 2020
ABC scrambles to figure out identity of Amy Robach leaker, who goes by ‘Ignotus’
Colin Kaepernick to Work Out for NFL Teams on Saturday

And that’s all I’ve got, now go beat back the angry mob!

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