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  • While Eric Swalwell Was Sleeping With a Chinese Spy Adam Schiff Put Him in Charge of CIA Oversight

    12/10/2020 2:16:40 PM PST · by Kaslin · 53 replies
    Red ^ | December 10, 2020 | Streiff
    When newly elected California representative Eric Swalwell arrived in Washington, DC, in January 2013, he brought three things with him: a reputation as someone to watch, having bumped off ossified 20-term Democrat incumbent Pete Stark in the primary; a crap ton of ambition; and a Chinese spy he was banging. According to media reports, the spy, Fang “Christine” Fang, latched onto Swalwell around 2011 when he was a new city councilor for Dublin, California. She became a bundler for his campaign in addition to other services performed. Swalwell let her place at least one intern in his congressional office; as...
  • The Washington Post Lies About Devin Nunes (Again)

    11/10/2020 11:28:27 AM PST · by Kaslin · 5 replies
    The Federalist ^ | November 10, 2020 | Mollie Hemmingway
    The lies, omissions, and mischaracterizations are designed to prevent oversight and accountability of Russia hoax that the Washington Post perpetuated. A reporter who won a Pulitzer for her role in perpetrating the Russia collusion hoax on the American people continued to lie about it in an article in TuesdayÂ’s Washington Post. Ellen NakashimaÂ’s attempted hit piece on Trump appointee Michael Ellis included multiple falsehoods: In March 2017, [Ellis] gained publicity for his involvement in a questionable episode involving [Devin] Nunes, who was given access at the White House to intelligence files that Nunes believed would buttress his baseless claims of...
  • Vindman, Not Whistleblower, Was Driving Force Behind Impeachment

    09/08/2020 6:30:13 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 52 replies
    The Federalist ^ | September 8, 2020 | Mollie Hemmingway
    New book shows how Lt. Col. Alex Vindman was the real instigator of the Ukraine investigation that formed the pretext for Democrats' impeachment of President Trump. The most interesting thing about Byron York’s exhaustively reported and richly detailed new impeachment book, “Obsession: Inside the Washington Establishment’s Never-Ending War on Trump,” is that the whistleblower who filed the official complaint that got impeachment rolling isn’t ever identified.It turns out that the heated discussion over the whistleblower, who was previously identified by Real Clear Investigations as the CIA’s Eric Ciaramella, was a diversion from allowing the American people to understand who was...
  • Adam Schiff’s Dirty Impeachment Tactics Coming to Light

    04/20/2020 5:52:49 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 43 replies
    American ^ | April 20, 2020 | Robyn Dolgin
    Rep. Adam Schiff spent months launching secret impeachment hearings, never thinking his conduct would be called into question. He is now caught in the crosshairs of a formidable government agent, Mr. Brendan Carr, Federal Communication Commissioner. The impeachment may be over, but Mr. Carr is formally investigating Rep. Schiff for violating privacy laws -- more like obliterating ethical boundaries -- by setting up his own surveillance state to target the president’s allies. Carr is currently uncovering the diabolical nature of the congressman’s “surveillance state.” At the time, Schiff resorted to such desperate measures because he didn’t have much of an...
  • Jimmy Kimmel Slobbers Over Schiff

    02/28/2020 5:37:41 AM PST · by Kaslin · 23 replies ^ | February 28, 2020 | Tim Graham
    Adam Schiff is the congressman of Hollywood, and in Hollywood, he can do no wrong as he wages war on President Donald Trump. For proof, look no further than the slobbery interview granted by ABC late-night host Jimmy Kimmel on Feb. 24. Several times, Kimmel made the point that Schiff is "our local congressman" and has an office "right down the block" on Hollywood Boulevard. After some pleasantries about how Schiff gets stopped on the streets by (mostly) admiring citizens, the talk turned to President Trump. Kimmel ran a clip in which Trump insisted Schiff be investigated for having leaked...
  • Who's to Blame for Pelosi-Schiff Impeachment Insanity?

    02/02/2020 9:09:20 AM PST · by Kaslin · 35 replies
    American ^ | February 2, 2020 | J.L. Johnson
    It was the saddest of times, it was the happiest of times; it was the time of funerary apparel and commiserations, it was the time of festive attire and congratulations; it was, in Washington D.C.'s grand theater of the absurd, the time for impeachment. The final act of this Faustian tragedy began a week before Christmas in 2019, when, draped in black and nervous as a mortician trying to look sad at a fifty-thousand-dollar funeral, Nancy Pelosi announced that the president had been impeached. In spite of the melancholy atmosphere that covered the proceedings like a shroud, the proclamation elicited...
  • Adam Schiff and John Profumo: A Tale of Two Liars

    02/01/2020 7:02:53 AM PST · by Kaslin · 18 replies
    American ^ | February 1, 2020 | Michael Nollet
    I'm an over-the-road truck driver. That means I have lots of time to indulge myself in activities not given to ordinary mortals, such as listening gavel-to-gavel to the Senate's impeachment process (still in progress as of this writing). Most ordinary mortals do not enjoy (?) this luxury, because they have lives of their own: things like home, family, hobbies, jobs that don't permit radio or TV listening. But me, I'm a captive audience in my truck, so if I feel like listening, then listening is what I do. It makes the miles go by. In the course of my tuning...
  • Sick Puppies

    02/01/2020 3:51:25 AM PST · by Kaslin · 23 replies ^ | February 1, 2020 | Congressman Andy Biggs
    If one scene in the impeachment trial has typified the motives, delusion, and nefarious intent of the hucksters trying to remove President Trump, it was when Chairman Jerry Nadler scurried to beat Lead Impeachment Manager Adam Schiff to the microphone to have the last word while Schiff looked dyspeptic, calling out to Nadler, “Jerry, Jerry, Jerry….” It appears that self-aggrandizement was a dominant factor after all. Chairman Nadler could not have been happy when Speaker Pelosi entrusted the impeachment charade to the mendacious Adam Schiff, a position normally entrusted to Judiciary Committee Chairman. Seeing the two vie for the last...
  • It’s Almost Over: Democrats Know They’ve Been Beaten Again

    01/30/2020 4:22:53 PM PST · by Kaslin · 32 replies
    Rush ^ | January 30, 2020 | Rush Limbaugh
    RUSH: What did I tell you yesterday? What did I tell you? So here comes the big news. Let’s see. This is Thursday, right? So on Tuesday, late Tuesday, there’s the Drudge headline: “McConnell Says He Doesn’t Have the Votes to Stop Witnesses!” I said, “Don’t believe it. There’s some kind of a play going on here. There’s some kind of a move being made.” Lo and behold, do not doubt me, folks. It was only a matter of hours until we learned that the Republican caucus lunch… What happened is McConnell had, I guess, a 20- or 30-minute meeting...
  • Impeachment Diary Day 8: Question Time Is a Bust: The Real Action was Outside the Chamber

    01/30/2020 3:32:38 AM PST · by Kaslin · 10 replies ^ | January 30, 2020 | Mark Davis
    One of the main irritants of the three explanatory days given to each side in the impeachment trial was the stultifying predictability. I obviously agreed with one side and disagreed with the other, but after a while I was able to recite their arguments in my sleep. The Wednesday Senators’ question period at least offered the possibility of some unscripted moments that might provide a spark of unpredictability to liven up the proceedings for a numb audience. It was not to be. The air hung thick with coordination on all sides as it became obvious that Democrat Senators would toss...
  • Here is How Questioning From Senators Will Be Handled During the Impeachment Trial Today

    01/29/2020 6:15:13 AM PST · by Kaslin · 18 replies ^ | January 28, 2020 | Katie Pavlich
    After five days of opening arguments from Democrat impeachment managers and attorneys representing President Donald Trump, Senators will now be able to submit their questions to each side. Here is how things will work. Like in the Clinton trial, Republicans and Democrats will alternate questions. The questions will only be directed toward Democrat House managers and attorneys representing President Trump. Senators are not allowed to ask each other questions and cannot directly challenge answers once they were given. Questions will not be asked by Senators directly, but instead will be submitted in writing to Chief Justice John Roberts, who will...
  • The Party of Hate?

    01/28/2020 3:07:33 AM PST · by Kaslin · 3 replies ^ | January 28, 2020 | Bill Murchison
    In the middle of a muddle, there's minimal sense in predicting outcomes. In other words, is the president's former national security advisor speeding the president toward removal from office? (I strongly doubt whether John Bolton's version of President Donald Trump's Ukrainian diplomacy -- so to call it-- will slow down the necessary process of Senate acquittal on vastly overblown impeachment charges. But what does some hack journalist understand? Beyond the reality of how much trouble even a president can get in by talking before thinking?) A more vital matter practically shrieks at us as we ponder how much Trump did...
  • Trump Is Right. Adam Schiff Has Not Paid For Damaging The Country With Years Of Lies

    01/27/2020 8:11:33 AM PST · by yoe · 11 replies
    The Federlist ^ | January 27, 2020 | Mollie Hemingway
    When President Trump (tweeted) on Sunday that Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., was a “CORRUPT POLITICIAN” who “has not paid the price, yet, for what he has done to our Country!” the media and Democrats loudly protested, as they do, that this was a threat. “Schiff ‘has not paid the price’ for impeachment, Trump says in what appears to be veiled threat,” said a Washington Post headline. “Schiff, Calling Trump ‘Wrathful and Vindictive,’ Sees Tweet as a Threat” The New York Times headlined. “Trump makes ‘threat’ against Rep. Adam Schiff,” was the New York Daily News headline. “Adam Schiff: Trump Saying...
  • Schiff Hides Transcript to Protect 'Whistleblower'

    01/27/2020 7:14:10 AM PST · by raptor22 · 22 replies
    American Thinker ^ | Jauary 27, 2020 | Daniel John Sobieski
    “Evidence and witnesses!” is the constant refrain from the House impeachment managers like Rep. Adam “Shifty” Schiff and Rep. Jerry “Jabba” Nadler even as Schiff had hidden evidence in the form of the transcript for his star-chamber interview with ICIG Michael Atkinson and block witness in the person of himself and the Ukraine phone call whistleblower. The hypocrisy of it all is underscored by the fact that by hiding the whistleblower and the details of his initial contacts with Schiff and the ICIG, Schiff and the House managers are denying President Trump a basic constitutional right -- the right to...
  • 1-27-20 Impeachment Diary: The Week Ahead, The Trump Defense and the Witness Game

    01/27/2020 6:27:17 AM PST · by Kaslin · 20 replies ^ | January 27, 2020 | Mark Davis
    After three days of the House Managers’ rollout of the case against Donald Trump, it became clear Saturday morning that his defense team had some video clips of their own. The key difference: Adam Schiff’s team buried us in quotes and excerpts designed to bolster conclusions fashioned in their heads; the defense attorneys provided a roadmap of things people actually said and did. Repeated examples of Trump voicing concern about Ukrainian corruption. Repeated examples of other nations facing interruptions in aid if their behavior didn’t improve. Taking up only a fraction of one day, Pat Cipollone, Jay Sekulow and company...
  • Adam Schiff Personifies Just How Divided America Has Become

    01/27/2020 3:40:05 AM PST · by Kaslin · 69 replies ^ | January 27, 2019 | Scott Morefield
    It’s hard to imagine anyone liking Adam Schiff. The man just seems so, so horribly insufferable, the kind of person you’d spend time with only if you absolutely had no other options, like watching grass grow or finding a nice, long line somewhere to stand in. Truly, being forced to stay awake and listen to the man drone on for hours at a time during the Senate impeachment hearings sounds like a fate far worse than the sweet bliss death would provide. One can mock the fidget spinners and other assorted toys employed by some GOP senators to keep from...
  • Will Democrats Take Up Arms To Remove 'Dictator' Trump Or Are They All Talk?

    01/27/2020 2:44:50 AM PST · by Kaslin · 51 replies ^ | January 27, 2020 | Kurt Schlichter
    I want to know why you Democrats are such cowards that you have not yet launched another civil war to free America of the totalitarian nightmare of President Donald J. Trump. I mean, if he’s truly Hitler 2: Electric Boogeyman, then isn’t it your sacred duty to remove this cancer on our body politic with arms if necessary? Look, I get that you Dems have a track record on insurrections designed to oppress the rights of Americans you feel superior to that is pretty poor (0-1) but come on, heroes of democracy, make your move! Just sitting here in the...
  • Fact-Checkers Only Looking At One Side

    01/26/2020 3:58:11 AM PST · by Kaslin · 10 replies ^ | January 26, 2020 | Debra J. Saunders
    WASHINGTON -- Google "fact-check Senate impeachment" and you can read about all the factual errors made by President Donald Trump's team of lawyers. What about those of the House impeachment managers? Apparently, this week, head prosecutor Adam Schiff and his colleagues cannot tell a lie. Or even a half-truth. rattles off the White House's sins. White House counsel Pat Cipollone wrongly suggested that Republicans were barred from closed-door depositions conducted by the House Intelligence Committee. Trump attorney Jay Sekulow falsely said that the Trump team was denied "the right to have counsel present at hearings" -- when the Trump...
  • The Democrats' Disgraceful Hail Mary

    01/24/2020 3:19:35 AM PST · by Kaslin · 22 replies ^ | January 24, 2020 | David Limbaugh
    I don't know about you, but I'm a little tired of Rep. Adam Schiff and the Democratic horde's portraying every charge against President Donald Trump as Trump's effort to interfere with this or that election. In his opening statement at the Senate impeachment trial, Lead House Impeachment Manager Schiff, puffed up with false indignation, did it again. President Trump made an "attempt to use the powers of the presidency to cheat in an election," said Schiff, and he must be impeached. He's claiming that the 2020 election, which won't happen until November, will be illegitimate because of Trump's dastardly telephone...
  • 6 Democratic Senators To Watch In Impeachment Trial

    01/23/2020 8:46:43 AM PST · by Kaslin · 21 replies
    The Federalist, ^ | January 23, 2020 | Mollie Hemmingway
    The media keep suggesting it's Republicans who might switch sides, but here are some Democrats who might not want to side with Adam Schiff's weak impeachment effort. Last week, CNN’s Manu Raju asked Sen. Martha McSally whether she would acquiesce to Democratic demands for more witnesses and evidence in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. The Republican from Arizona declined to answer the question, calling him a “liberal hack.” Raju, who published articles promoting the Russia collusion hoax and other Democratic efforts, was vociferously defended by his colleagues. Jake Tapper said Raju was reasonably asking the “question of the...