Democrats are no longer shy about their intent to overturn the election. They might as well, there isn’t much resistance. Barely concealing their intent and without evidence, Democrats still fall back on the excuse that Trump colluded, obstructed, he’s a bad person, and they predict his financial dealings are sketchy.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) won’t deliver the redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report to Congress until after a press conference from Attorney General William Barr, a Democratic aide told The Hill.
The aide said lawmakers on Capitol Hill would receive the report at 11 a.m. on Thursday, more than an hour after Barr is expected to begin his press conference.
The decision immediately led to complaints from Democrats and criticism from the media, which said it would allow the administration to spin news favorably for the White House before anyone sees Mueller’s full report.
“When you can’t win the game, change the rules.”
That seems to be the motto of the far left these days. Not content to play by the rules, they hope to tilt the playing field to their own advantage and in the process transform American politics.
In growing numbers a greater majority of people, who are exhausted of being the pawns of Trump’s enemies, both Democrats and yes, some Republicans, want it to stop. Those enemies have worked diligently for two years to turn the nation against a sitting president and have him impeached.
Mr. Trump’s public war on the inquiry has gone on long enough that it is no longer shocking. Mr. Trump rages almost daily to his 58 million Twitter followers that Mr. Mueller is on a “witch hunt” and has adopted the language of Mafia bosses by calling those who cooperate with the special counsel “rats.” His lawyer talks openly about a strategy to smear and discredit the special counsel investigation. The president’s allies in Congress and the conservative news media warn of an insidious plot inside the Justice Department and the F.B.I. to subvert a democratically elected president.
Michael Moore’s career dive continues with the news that his much-ballyhooed return to television is no more. Late last week, TBS announced it would not go forward, as announced in May of 2017, with Michael Moore Live From the Apocalypse.
Asked what Monday’s numbers mean, a senior Democratic House aide confided on background: ‘I don’t know yet if it’s horrible, but it sure isn’t good.’
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in a 2-1 ruling said the Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 gives the Department of Homeland Security broad authority to construct the border barriers and waive environmental laws in the process.
Singer Joy Villa, who made headlines for her pro-Trump and pro-life gowns at the past two Grammy Awards, continued to make a right-leaning political statement with her Grammys 2019 ensemble.
The musician showed up on the red carpet for the music awards show sporting a “build the wall” gown designed by Designers Allinger of Desi Designs, Villa told The Hollywood Reporter, complete with barbed wire on her shoulders, a spiky headpiece and cloak designed to look like steel.
To say the Left in America has gone off the rails is like saying the Super Bowl is a fairly popular football game.
Tonight, President Trump will go to the House of Representatives (his invitation got delayed in the mail by a week) to give his State of the Union Address. Advance word is that he will attempt to reach out to work with Democrats, which is no surprise since one of the major reasons he was elected was his reputation as a deal-maker. But voters didn’t reckon on just how around-the-bend nutzo his opponents would be.
President Trump hasn’t yet delivered his State of the Union address, but the first family’s guest list offers a clear roadmap of the big issues the president intends to cover during the primetime event.
Each guest highlights a theme the president is likely to touch on Tuesday night. The 13 invitees represent the major issues — and accomplishments — Trump intends to highlight, spanning everything from prison reform to tax cuts and immigration.
President Trump can build a border wall using the United States military to stop mass illegal immigration and drug trafficking without funding approval from Congress and without having to declare a national emergency.