Feinstein Howler: ‘There is No Deep State’
Sen. Dianne Feinstein told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday that political bias at the FBI played no role in surveillance of the Trump campaign, comically asserting that “There is no deep state.”
Breitbart News reports that Feinstein led Democrats in defending the FBI, despite DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz finding a pattern of abuse and deception at every level.
Democrats seized on Horowitz’s finding that bias did not play a role in key decisions at the FBI, though Attorney General William Barr and U.S. Attorney John Durham (who is leading a criminal investigation) disagree, and Committee Chairman Sen. Lindsey Graham noted in his opening statement that the FBI agents in charge of the investigation of Trump campaign aides had shown extreme bias against Trump. Once Trump won the election, they expressed hope that he would be removed from office.
Feinstein ignored the pattern of abuse in the report and attack Trump and Barr for “false claims of political bias.”
Reiner Promotes Resistance Rallies to Remove Trump
Filmmaker and leftist demagogue Rob Reiner has turned his Trump Derangement Syndrome into a full-time occupation, tweeting daily now about the purported Putin puppet in the White House. Tuesday he urged his social media followers to take to the streets and demand the removal of President Trump.
“Don’t let these articles of impeachment become empty words,” Reiner tweeted. “Be in the streets the night before the House votes to say that Nobody is Above the Law, and demand Trump be removed.”
The rallies are being organized by Impeach.org, a division of MoveOn, the activist organization funded by leftist billionaire George Soros. “We can either allow powerful men like Trump to abuse their power and divide us based on the color of our skin or where we were born or our religion, or we can unite, impeach the president, and make this country work for all of us,” the Impeach.org site says.
When Democrats claim “Nobody is Above the Law,” they mean everyone but themselves and illegal aliens.
Rally: Trump Blasts Schiff, Warren, Biden, Waters, and More
At a raucous Tuesday evening rally in Hershey, Pennsylvania, President Trump took potshots at the desperate House Democrats introducing articles of impeachment against him.
Ripping into “Crazy Elizabeth Warren” for her $52 trillion healthcare plan that still won’t let you keep your doctor, Trump mocked her for her “phony” home video in which she swigged a beer and acted surprised to see her husband in their own home. He also ridiculed White House hopefuls Pete “Alfred E. Neuman” Buttigieg, “Low-IQ Maxine Waters,” and “Sleepy Joe Biden.” “What is wrong with this guy?” he said of the gaffe-prone Biden. “There’s something wrong. How many times can you do that?”
“We’re dealing with some very bad people,” he added. “We’re dealing with people who don’t respect you.”
Bass: I’ll Support Impeachment Again if Trump Reelected
In the wake of House Democrats unveiling articles of impeachment against President Trump, Congressional Black Caucus Chair Rep. Karen Bass told TMZ on Tuesday that she would support trying to impeach him a second time if he is re-elected in 2020.
Asked if she would be inclined to reintroduce the same impeachment articles and send them through again if Trump gets reelected but the Democrats win back the Senate, Bass replied, “Yes, but I don’t think it would be exactly the same.
“Here’s why: Because even though we’re impeaching him now, there’s still a number of court cases, there’s a ton of information that can come forward. For example, we can get his bank records and find out he’s owned 100 percent by the Russians.
A Trump reelection should send a loud-and-clear message to the Democrats that they’re on the wrong track with impeachment and out of touch with the will of the American people — a lesson they should have learned in 2016.
U.N. Warns U.S. it Cannot Avoid ‘Climate ‘Reparations’
The United Nations warned the United States Wednesday that it cannot avoid compensating poorer nations afflicted by purported “climate change,” despite President Trump pulling the country out of the 2015 Paris climate agreement.
U.S. delegates at the COP25 climate change conference in Madrid, Spain are seeking to be released from punitive “loss and damage” funding for developing nations, an amount estimated at more than $300 billion annually by 2030. One of the tasks facing delegates in Madrid is reviewing the framework for how countries might pay and account for this money.
Naturally, the affluent United States is expected to pay most of the “reparations.”
In exiting the Paris accord, Trump had pointed out that compliance with it could have cost the U.S. “as much as 2.7 million lost jobs by 2025 according to the National Economic Research Associates. This includes 440,000 fewer manufacturing jobs — not what we need.” No indeed. America first.
Gore: Brexit the ‘Stupidest Decision” a Country Can Make
“Climate change” Cassandra and former U.S. Vice President Al Gore told cheering activists at the COP25 climate conference in Madrid, Spain on Tuesday that Brexit is “perhaps the stupidest decision” a country could make.
Declaring that Brexit is “perhaps the stupidest decision a country could have taken,” Gore went on to warn the globe-trotting, carbon footprint-spreading attendees at the conference of the “serious problem of global warming” that needs to be addressed, claiming it is “causing millions of climate refugees who need to leave their homes to find other places to live.”
“We must stop breaking the water cycle and not continue ‘turning the sky into a sewer’ by the emission of polluting gases,” he added.
Gore, who has raked in millions of dollars by ramping up hysteria over dire environmental predictions that never come true, naturally opposes Brexit because nationalist sovereignty serves to foil his globalist, big-government vision.