Good Friday morning.
Here is what’s on the president’s agenda today:
- The president receives his intelligence briefing
- President Trump delivers remarks on honesty and transparency in healthcare prices
ImpeachmentTV: season 2, episode 2
Previously on ImpeachmentTV: Two Trump-hating, aging, crusty bureaucrats testified about various gossip items they had heard from other Trump-hating, aging, crusty bureaucrats.
Today is day 2 of ImpeachmentTV. We will hear from fired Ukraine ambassador Marie Yovanovitch. The most important thing to know is that SHE WILL CRY. She is going to cry during the hearing, she cried during the closed door tribunal star chamber. The Democrats need to add some pizzazz to their derp state pageantry and Marie is going to turn on the waterworks and add some spirit fingers. The clips of her crying will be played on the news, useless idiots in the corporate media will lament how cruel it is that the GOP made her cry, they will look righteously into the camera and then cut to clips of other corporate media tools lamenting how cruel it is that the GOP made her cry. Lather, rinse, repeat.
Yovanovitch has solid derp state credentials, she’s a career “diplomat” who has been working as part of the government leviathan for 33 years. Trump fired her because he can fire any ambassador he wants at any time for any reason. Every president puts their people into these ambassador slots. She was told the president “lost confidence” in her and rightly so, as here she is before the House Intel committee working to impeach the president. Have you noticed this pattern of Democrats-media claiming it’s illegal for the president to exercise his executive powers? Fire Mueller, fire Comey, fire Ambassador Derp State, change foreign policy direction…the left will tell you those are illegal. No, they aren’t.
According to Fox News, the Republicans will ask her about “her reported role in shielding a George Soros-linked nonprofit allegedly connected to documented Ukrainian election interference efforts.”
Here is a troubling new story that John Solomon published earlier this week: The real Ukraine controversy: an activist U.S. embassy and its adherence to the Geneva Convention. Solomon reports: “Yovanovitch did give a speech on March 5, 2019 calling for Ukraine’s special anticorruption prosecutor to be removed. You can read that here.” Read the entire Solomon article, it talks about Yovanovitch’s relationship with the Soros entity.
The new episode of ImpeachmentTV will air at 9amET.
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And that’s all I’ve got, now go beat back the angry mob!