Tag Archive: Impeachment

Nov 15 2019

Impeachment: Day 2 Testimony

Testimony in the impeachment investigation of Donald Trump began on Wednesday November 13 with two witnesses, Ambassador William Taylor Jr., the top U.S. diplomat to Ukraine, and the senior State Department official in charge of Ukraine, George P. Kent. Today we will here the testimony of former US Ambassador to Ukraine Marie L. Yovanovitch. She …

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Nov 13 2019

Impeachment Testimony Begins

The public House impeachment hearings begins today with two witnesses who previous gave depositions behind closed doors, Ambassador William Taylor Jr., the top U.S. diplomat to Ukraine, and the senior State Department official in charge of Ukraine, George P. Kent. Their depositions have been released and can be read here and here. Here are the …

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Nov 08 2019

Impeachment: House GOP On Notice

Last Thursday the House of Representatives approved, alnog party lines, the rules for impeachment hearings and the chair of the House Select Intelligence Committee, Representative Adam Schiff (D-CA), announced that public hearings would began next Wednesday, November 13. In anticipation of any antics that the Republican members might have to derail the process, Rep. Schiff …

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Nov 06 2019

Impeachment: Fast and Furious

In case you’re wondering why we haven’t posted much on the Impeachment of the dimwitted conman in the Oval Office, it’s because it’s just moving at the speed of light. In just the last week, since the House Democrats started releasing the witness transcripts that were held behind closed doors, there have been thousands of …

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Nov 03 2019

Rant of the Week: Seth Myers – Trump’s Horror Movie

Late Night host Seth Meyers takes a closer look at the House preparing for a formal vote to authorize the impeachment inquiry into President Trump and Republicans comparing their situation to “a horror movie.”

Sep 30 2019

The Impeachment Files: Resignations and Subpoenas

It has been a busy weekend for Donald Trump who is now under a formal impeachment investigation by the House of Representatives. We last left the saga last Thursday with the announcement by Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi that the formal investigation, which was precipitated by a formal complaint by a whistleblower to the …

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Sep 26 2019

The Impeachment Files: Ukraine and ICIG Complaint

After nearly three years of the Trump crime family’s abuse of the office of the president, disregard of the rule of law and shredding of constitutional norms, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has authorized impeachment investigation of Donald J. Trump. Her change of mind started just a week ago when it was revealed that a whistleblower …

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Jul 30 2019

Racism, Lies and Impeachment

Over the weekend and into the start of this week, the Liar/Racist/Sexual Assaulter-in-Chief has resorted to racist rhetoric and lies. He escalated his racist attacks on House Oversight Chairman Elijah Cummings (D-MD), the city of Baltimore and Mr. Cummings’ district to include MSNBC host Reverend Al Sharpton. At the signing of the 9/11 Victims Compensation …

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Apr 25 2019

The Russian Connection: Hillary Weighs In On Mueller Report

Former Secretary of State, US Senator and First Lady Hillary Clinton penned an op-ed in the Washington Post in response to the Mueller report calling for a 9-11 like commission to look into the hacking of the 2016 election. First, like in any time our nation is threatened, we have to remember that this is …

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Mar 06 2019

Agnew, Nixon, and Trump

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow looks back at the context of the 1973 Department of Justice memo that serves as part of the basis for the conventional wisdom that a sitting president cannot be indicted, and shares insights from former Justice Department official J.T. Smith, who says the matter should be reconsidered. Walter Dellinger is a …

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