What Happened to ‘Emergency!’ and ‘Urgency!’? Democrats Push Off Impeachment Resolution Until at Least January of Next Year


By Danile Greenfield

The urgent need to impeach President Trump is no longer so urgent.

So much for impeachment.

After pushing vulnerable members of her own caucus to roll the dice on impeachment, Pelosi, Hoyer, and Clyburn blinked. With the polls decisively against them and the Senate ready to jettison impeachment, House Democrats have decided to drag it out and delay.

With no impeachment resolution this year, their experts will have a chance to propose ideas for rebooting impeachment. Wait for a more personalized, sexier, edgier impeachment with a floor show and a whole bunch of new messaging.

The gamble is that either the public perception of impeachment, especially among independents will shift, or Republicans will blink and let them have a trial on their terms, or their messaging will improve.

This particular approach allows the Dems to retain control of impeachment. Even as it goes nowhere. And becomes more likely to wreck their election chances.

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Video: Jim Jordan STOMPS on Democrats During Sham Impeachment Hearing

Diverts to Crooked Democrat Deep State Crimes!

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) stomped on the BIG Democrat show… Jordan diverted from the sham proceedings and lectured the committee on the Deep State FISA crimes.  Jordan continues to shine in the proceedings.




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BOMBSHELL IMPEACHMENT FAIL: Kurt Volker’s Previously Invisible July 27th Kyiv Press Conference Is Revealed

by Ren Jander


(Nov. 28, 2019) — Crucial exculpatory evidence is missing from the official record of the impeachment inquiry.  This evidence directly exonerates President Trump concerning allegations of quid pro quo regarding both a pending White House meeting with President Zelensky and security assistance for Ukraine.  While the July 27 press conference was mentioned in testimony, vital comments by Ambassador Kurt Volker were not.

The phone call between Trump and Zelensky took place on July 25th.  The next day, Kurt Volker and Ambassador William Taylor met with Zelensky in Ukraine.  The day after, July 27th, Volker gave a press conference in Kyiv.  He was introduced by Charge d’Affairs Taylor, the head of our diplomatic mission to Ukraine.  The transcript is available from the U.S. Embassy website.  There are three important quotes:


Question from Journalist: You mentioned that there are some kind of negotiations about the future visit of Zelensky to the White House. Many say, what are the conditions for Ukrainian to fulfill or to do, so that such a visit will take place before the first of September…

Special Representative Volker: Thank you. First off, there are no conditions. The invitation stands. President Trump reiterated that invitation to President Zelensky on Thursday. And we look forward to welcoming President Zelensky in the United States. Now of course we want to develop an agenda so that this meeting is as productive as possible. And Ambassador Taylor and others of us have been in close contact with President Zelensky’s team to develop that kind of agenda. And then the other issue is synchronizing the two presidents’ schedules. We don’t know today exactly what date’s going to work for both of them, but Ambassador Taylor’s working on that, and I’m sure we’ll have news soon.

This is just two days after the July 25th phone call.  Volker represents the Executive Branch.  He represents President Trump when he speaks under official diplomatic capacity.  The words identify a clear unconditional invitation from Trump for Zelensky to visit the White House.

The July 27th press conference was translated into Ukraine and is hosted on our official embassy server.  No conditions means no quid pro quo.  Ukraine heard President Trump’s message as conveyed by his official envoys. Russia too got the same message.  The media also heard it.

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Video: Judge Jeanine: The Dems' Impeachment Inquiry Has Proved Nothing

After two weeks and 17 witnesses where the goal was to convince Republicans and the nation of the evidence of an impeachable offense, Adam Schiff and his gang of political malcontents failed miserably.


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In Their Rush to Impeachment, Pelosi and Schiff Overlooked One Little Thing, McCarthy Found It

By Elizabeth Vaughn

In December 2018, the soon-to-be Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, was busy making changes in the House rules for the incoming 116th Congress. She was actually setting the stage for her anticipated impeachment of President Trump. At the time, The Conservative Treehouse’s “Sundance” wrote, “Remember when we warned [November 8th, 2018] that a convergence of left-wing groups, activists, DNC donors and specifically the Lawfare team, would align with (and meet) incoming Democrat leadership to construct a road-map for the “resistance” priorities? Well, exactly that planned and coordinated outcome is visible as incoming Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi presents her new rules for the 116th congress.”

It appears there was one House rule Pelosi forgot to change and it may come back to bite them. That would be the “Minority Witness Rule (Clause 2(j)(1) of Rule XI).”

In a letter to Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), signed by the Republican members of the House Intelligence Committee, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) informs the chairman they are exercising their right to “convene a hearing with witnesses selected by the Minority to testify in the Democrats’ “impeachment inquiry.”” McCarthy writes:

House Rule XI, Clause 1(a)(1)(A) states that “the Rules of the House are the rules of its committees and subcommittees so far as applicable.” House Rule XI, Clause 2(j)(1) provides that “the minority members of the committee shall be entitled, upon request to the chair by a majority of them before the completion of the hearing, to call witnesses selected by the minority to testify…” Notably, this rule was not displaced by H. Res. 660 and, therefore, under House Rule XI, Clause 1(a)(1)(A), it applies to the Democrats’ “impeachment inquiry.”

As the Committee continues to conduct the Democrats’ partisan and one-sided “impeachment inquiry,” there are still important perspectives and serious issues that you have prevented the Committee from examining. We will inform you of the witnesses we intend to call once you have provided a hearing date and time to which we agree. “Your failure to schedule this hearing shall constitute evidence of your denial of fundamental fairness and due process.

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Video: Nunes: Democrats 'Got Caught,' Not Trump

By Thursday, the third day of the public impeachment inquiry, Democrats were claiming that U.S. military aid flowed to Ukraine on September 11, only because President Trump "got caught" in his alleged quid pro quo when a whistle-blower came forward.

But who got caught? Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), the ranking member of the House intelligence committee, asked in his opening statement. Democrats did, he explained:

Nunes noted that temporary holds on foreign aid happen "fairly frequently" for different reasons. "So how do we have an impeachable offense here when there is no actual misdeed and no one even claiming to be a victim?" he asked.


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