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Morning Greatness: Pelosi Says It’s ‘Dangerous’ to Let Voters Decide on Trump


- November 19th, 2019
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Good Tuesday morning.

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

  • President Trump participates in a Cabinet meeting
  • The president has lunch with the Vice President

ImpeachmentTV: Let’s Get it On

We have three days of ImpeachmentTV tribunals this week. What’s on the menu today? For breakfast, we have Jennifer Williams and Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman. Williams is a foreign services officer detailed to Veep Pence. Vindman is the director of European Affairs at the National Security Council. Both of these props heard the July phone call between President Trump and President Volodymyr Zelensky. In her audition/dry run Williams testified that the call was “unusual” and that it “shed some light on possible other motivations behind a security assistance hold.”

Vindman, who almost certainly squealed to fake whistleblower and Brennan bitch Eric Ciaramella so he could write a report to start the impeachment party, has secretly testified “there was no doubt” Trump was asking Zelensky for investigation in exchange for a White House visit. He also complained that the four professionals responsible for creating a call transcript would not let him make some edits, because he was certain that Zelensky mentioned Burisma because he “knew that the Biden reference was a reference to Burisma.”

Moving along to lunch, we have Tim Morrison and Kurt Volker. Volker was the former special envoy to Ukraine and Morrison was the top Russia adviser on the White House National Security Council. Volker was involved in conversations with Rudy Guiliani and testified  the Ukraine “sucked into a domestic political debate in the U.S” is “extremely unfortunate for our policy with Ukraine.”  Morrison was on the July call with Ukrainian President Zelensky and  testified that he was “not comfortable with any idea that President Zelensky should allow himself to be involved in our politics.”

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Ron Johnson casts doubt on Vindman testimony, says NSC official fits ‘profile’ of Never-Trumper
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Pelosi thinks it’s too “dangerous” to let voters decide who should be president

At least we are getting some honesty from the Left, who traditionally has concealed their tyrannical ambitions. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi wrote to her lunatic colleagues, “The weak response to these hearings has been, ‘Let the election decide.’ That dangerous position only adds to the urgency of our action, because POTUS is jeopardizing the integrity of the 2020 elections,” Pelosi explained. Really? How is he jeopardizing elections? Pelosi further claimed that the facts surrounding the case were “uncontested” which is absurd as most of the testimony is comprised of hearsay and gossip.

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IG Horowitz to testify on December 11

Inspector General Horowtiz, who wrote a report on FISA abuse the public has yet to see,  will testify before the Senate Judiciary run by Senator Lindsay Graham (R-S.C.). It’s important to note the date: December 11 because the FISA statute is set to expire on December 15 and I’m thinking we don’t even consider renewing this government-controlled panopticon until we see that report. Makes sense, right? Well, these weasels in Congress have written a temporary extension until March 2020 into the Continuing Resolution to fund the government. I guess that’s better just giving it the go ahead for a million more years but the time has come to seriously reconsider the government’s use of surveillance.

“I appreciate all the hard work by Mr. Horowitz and his team regarding the Carter Page [Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act] warrant application and the counterintelligence investigation of the Trump campaign,” Graham said in a statement.

Horowitz was specifically tasked with investigating how the FISA court issued a snoop warrant (four times) on Carter Page and the Trump campaign.

Related:
DOJ inspector general scheduled to testify about Russia report

Did President Swallwell fart on MSNBC?

Swallwell denies it. If he did, it would be the smartest thing that’s ever come out of him. Here’s the video, you decide.

Other morsels:
Congress could depose IRS whistleblower who alleged interference in audit of Trump’s taxes
Iran downplays, demonizes protests amid internet shutdown
Louisiana government computers knocked out after ransomware attack
Cruz, Graham, and Cheney call on Trump to end all nuclear waivers for Iran
McCarthy Willing To Hold Hearings If ABC News Doesn’t Answer His Questions About Killed Epstein Story
Spotlight on Stefanik catapults quiet 2020 race onto the national stage
White House releases statement on Trump’s surprise visit to Walter Reed
‘Richard Jewell’ has serious inaccuracies, Atlanta Journal-Constitution editor says
Netanyahu pushed US policy change on settlements for months, report says
Wut. ‘Meth. We’re on it’ campaign rolls out in South Dakota to confusion, ridicule
Criminal charges expected this week against Epstein guards
Chick-fil-A will no longer fund organizations with anti-LGBTQ ties
Tense standoff: Hong Kong Polytechnic University becomes center of police protesters’ battle
Grand Valley State University Kills Pledge of Allegiance Tradition
Elizabeth Banks Blames Sexism for ‘Charlie’s Angels’ Flop
Chief justice orders delay in House fight for Trump records

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

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