Joe Biden will be whatever type of leader he is told to be.
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By Jack Hadfield
Judicial Watch, the conservative foundation who investigate Congressional misdeeds, have filed a lawsuit against Adam Schiff and the House Intelligence Committee, demanding they release the subpoenas relating to phone records of Rudy Giulani and other Trump allies.
Records Are Of “Critical Public Importance”
Judicial Watch originally filed a records request on December 6th, and asked for “all subpoenas issued by the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence on or about September 30, 2019 to any telecommunications provider including, but not limited to AT&T, Inc., for records of telephone calls of any individuals” and “all responses received to the above-referenced subpoenas,” to be published. However, there was no reply to their request, so they filed a lawsuit under the “common-law right of public access.”
The lawsuit argues that the records are “of critical public importance,” as the subpoenas were “issued without any lawful basis and violated the rights of numerous private citizens.”
“Disclosure of the requested records would serve the public interest by providing information about the unlawful issuance of the subpoenas. The requested records fall within the scope of the public’s right of access to governmental records as a matter of federal common law,” it continues.
Judicial Watch’s President, Tom Fitton released a statement in which he decried Representative Adam Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.
“Schiff abused his power to secretly subpoena and then publish the private phone records, in potential violation of law, of innocent Americans. What else is Mr. Schiff hiding?” Fitton asked. “Schiff and his Committee ran roughshod over the rule of law in pursuit of the abusive impeachment of President Trump. This lawsuit serves as a reminder that Congressman Schiff and Congress are not above the law.”
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.
By Ted Axelrod
President Trump said that Rudy Giuliani, his personal attorney, will deliver a report to Congress and Attorney General William Barr about information he uncovered during his latest trip to Ukraine.
“He’s going to make a report, I think to the attorney general and to Congress. He says he has a lot of good information. I have not spoken to him about that information yet,” Trump told reporters Saturday.
“He has not told me what he found, but I think he wants to go before Congress ... and also to the attorney general and the Department of Justice,” he added. “I hear he has found plenty.”
Giuliani raised eyebrows this week when he traveled to Ukraine as the House conducts a whirlwind impeachment investigation into whether the president abused his power. Democrats say Trump overstepped his bounds by pressuring Kyiv to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden on unfounded corruption allegations and disproven claims that Ukraine was involved in 2016 election meddling.
During his trip, Giuliani met with multiple Ukrainian officials as he continued his campaign to convince American lawmakers Trump did nothing wrong.
Photos from the visit showed the ex-New York City mayor meeting with a former Ukrainian diplomat who has propagated the unsubstantiated claim that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 election. He also met with Yuriy Lutsenko, a Ukrainian politician, former prosecutor general and important figure in the impeachment inquiry, who proposed a joint corruption investigation between the U.S. and Ukraine.
Giuliani said Thursday that a probe into Biden is "a major obstacle to the US assisting Ukraine with its anti-corruption reforms."
Millie Weaver recently reported that, according to sources, the supposed whistleblower that triggered the impeachment inquire into motion is really nothing more than cover for 'warranted' electronic surveillance monitoring the Trump Administration's investigations into corruption tied to Ukraine. Revelations from the House Impeachment Inquiry report confirm that Schiff has warrants to obtain phone records confirming Schiff appears to have been eavesdropping on the President's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, the Whitehouse, Republican members of congress, and others.
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.
The Dems hoped the Mueller witch hunt would dig up something, anything they could use to impeach Trump but as we all know, it failed miserably. Now they are engaged an even worse fraud with the Ukraine hoax to try and justify impeaching the President.
These bastards have NEVER accepted the outcome of the 2016 election and NEVER engaged in the peaceful transition of power in the Executive Branch.
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