Thoughts after Adam Schiff's House Intelligence Committee hearing

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September 27, 2019

It’s hard to know where to start in dissecting the House Intelligence Committee’s questioning of acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire, particularly the disgraceful performance of Chairman Adam Schiff. So I’ll ease into it by quoting former independent prosecutor Ken Starr, in a Thursday night interview with FOX News’ Shannon Bream:

“I think we need a little dignity in Washington,” he said, “on both sides of the aisle. It would be helpful if we just said, ‘Mr. Chairman, we call you on this. You call the President because of his tweets, or whatever; why don’t you show some dignity, especially since you knew you were playing to the crowd?'  I just think it’s this constant...” and then he trailed off, maybe because it’s hard to end that thought with a word that can be used on TV. Then he went on: “What I would say is, let’s have a full debate instead of the kind of show that we had today [Thursday], where I think the vice-admiral [Maguire], who has had such an exemplary career, was calumnied [maliciously defamed] in a very, I think, vicious way, and it was very unbecoming to the House of Representatives and the Intelligence Committee to do that...Today was an oversight hearing, but it’s masquerading as impeachment.”


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Mr. Starr was much more diplomatic and polite than I feel like being at this point, and I’m pretty well known for being diplomatic and polite. Schiff's cringeworthy exhibition put our whole legislative branch in the worst possible light. Schiff was at his shiftiest; he should look back at this and be embarrassed and deeply ashamed, but he won’t be. Based on his opening statement –- the one he laughably defended later as a “parody” –- which put words in the President’s mouth that we know he never said and completely misrepresented his phone call with Ukrainian President Zelensky, Schiff personifies the scummiest, slimiest sleazebag attorney whoever inspired a lawyer joke.

What do you call Adam Schiff losing re-election? A good start.

And yet, if you look at his Twitter account, he’s got lots of followers who think he’s a true patriot (!) and the greatest thing since sliced ham. But let’s move on –- there’s so much in the news today about all this that I’d just as soon not dwell on that travesty of a hearing that he chaired.

One reason the Democrats are behaving this way now is that Trump, during “the” phone call with Zelensky, referenced a cybersecurity company called CrowdStrike, which was hired by the Democratic National Committee to look into allegations that Russia had hacked their computer server. Recall that then-DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz refused to turn over their computer hardware to the FBI for analysis. CrowdStrike handled it instead and issued their finding that, yep, it was the Ruskies, all right. The Obama FBI allowed this (they would), but Trump’s FBI and DOJ is focused on finding out exactly by what means the files were compromised and by whom. The “Russia” narrative could end up being shattered, replaced by some other perhaps very disturbing truth.

The closer Trump and the DOJ get to the real story of the Russia hoax, the more the Democrats will behave like junkyard dogs. They’ll push even more relentlessly for impeachment (or the strange business they’re doing now, “impeachment”) and lie even harder, though it’s hard to imagine after seeing Adam Schiff’s performance that anyone could do that.


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Of course, Rudy Giuliani has been doing some investigating as well, and now we know our own State Department had requested that he be involved. The so-called “whistleblower” apparently didn’t know they had done that, as this person accused him in the complaint of damaging national security by talking with the Ukrainians. Giuliani has plenty of documentation that State asked him, though, in the form of numerous texts to and from State Department officials. And in a Thursday night interview with Laura Ingraham, he pointed out that a remark in the complaint about Giuliani’s meeting being a “direct result” of Trump’s July call with President Zelensky is not correct --- and can’t possibly be true, because Giuliani’s meeting took place three days before Trump’s phone call.

That’s not the only inaccuracy. Although the complaint seems well crafted –- so much so that it’s obvious to some analysts such as Fred Fleitz* that this person had a great deal of lawyerly help in filling it out, probably from Intelligence Committee attorneys –- Giuliani alleged 16 places on the official form where the “whistleblower” either got something wrong or lied. Rudy also made a great point about credibility when it comes to hearsay witnesses: that for obvious reasons it’s not about THEIR credibility, but the credibility of the people who are speaking to them. Why the IG noted that this person was “credible” when he or she was supposedly passing on information received from others, he doesn’t know.

*Speaking of Fred Fleitz, here’s an outstanding piece he wrote listing eight major points about the “whistleblower” complaint. We had it in Wednesday’s Evening Edition, but I wanted to make sure you saw it.

Thread by @FredFleitz: "1/ As a former CIA analyst and former NSC official who edited transcripts of POTUS phone calls with foreign leaders, here are my thoughts on […]"

As for Giuliani, he reiterated what we’ve been talking about: that Ukrainian officials have insisted they had solid evidence of “collusion,” not between Trump and Russians but between Hillary’s campaign/DNC (same thing) and Ukrainians. “We believe George Soros is behind it,” Giuliani said, “because his company was involved in it...When Biden’s son’s case was dismissed, the other case the crooked new prosecutor had to dismiss was Soros’s case, which is why the Biden thing is relevant to ME...Had [Soros’s] case been allowed to go on, we would’ve had the evidence to refute the Mueller investigation on DAY ONE.”

Listening to Rudy, I can’t help thinking how fascinating it is the way all these people and their legal cases are connected and intertwined. It wouldn’t be surprising if the Soros connection were common to all, even to the point of funding the anti-Trump “whistleblowers.”

This is a very entertaining, long and wide-ranging interview, with Rudy in superb form. Did you know Kamala Harris is actually calling for the State Department to investigate HIM and those who worked with him and possibly have him disbarred? Giuliani says it’s because he’s uncovering details about various pay-for-play schemes, including the one involving the Clinton Foundation. He really lets fly in this conversation, and it’s great. Here’s the link…

Ingraham Angle

Finally, John Solomon broke the game-changing news about Joe Biden that he’d promised on Wednesday. He’s turned up hundreds of pages of never-released documents and memos that contradict Biden’s story about firing the Ukrainian prosecutor looking into Burisma, the natural gas company that had, for some reason, put his son Hunter Biden on its board.

It turns out that there WERE open investigations into Burisma going on at the time the firing occurred; news reports stating otherwise are wrong. Also, the portrayal of Shokin, the prosecutor Biden fired who has been said to be so corrupt, is very different here. These documents raise serious questions about Biden’s ethics and honesty.

Solomon: These once-secret memos cast doubt on Joe Biden's Ukraine story

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  • Richard Young

    09/27/2019 06:12 PM

    President Trump. Please never stop your tweets. I want to hear your words, not what someone wanted you to say or not say.

  • Robert Cook

    09/27/2019 05:46 PM

    Media commentators carefully say "alleged" rapist, killer, bank robber, etc., except when it comes to President Trump or any of his staff. Even on the flimsiest and most dubious information, reporters assertively exclaim, as if established facts, supposedly criminal acts by this President. I was shocked to hear the Speaker of the House -- 3rd in line for succession -- assertively exclaim on national television this morning that the President and the DNI have committed criminal acts. She did not even add the parenthetical passcard phrase "if true" nor the important modifier "alleged." Is there no legal recourse against the MSM and/or the Speaker for publicly asserting someone is guilty of criminal acts without adjudication through due process? If I understand correctly, a member of Congress can assert almost anything while on the floor (except to disparage another member); nonetheless, does that rule also immunize them from accountability when they make wild, unadjudicated assertions in public venues? Doesn't she understand that knowingly bearing false witness is among the most ancient of evil acts performed by human beings?

  • Thomas Rundall

    09/27/2019 05:44 PM

    I’m so sick and tired of the lies, deceit and using of government corruption to line their pockets.
    I’m glad that the Democrats are doing this because it will backfire just like all the other attempts to impeach Trump.
    I hope that this will encourage republicans to go after Biden for crimes be him and Hunter. We need access to the data in the computer system also so we can take down Hillary and all the others in the crocked alphabet agencies.
    DRAIN THE SWAMP!!!

  • Robert Cook

    09/27/2019 05:25 PM

    Media commentators carefully say "alleged" rapist, killer, bank robber, etc., except when it comes to President Trump or any of his staff. Even on the flimsiest and most dubious information, reporters assertively exclaim, as if established facts, supposedly criminal acts by this President. I was shocked to hear the Speaker of the House -- 3rd in line for succession -- assertively exclaim on national television this morning that the President and the DNI have committed criminal acts. She did not even add the parenthetical passcard phrase "if true" nor the important modifier "alleged." Is there no legal recourse against the MSM and/or the Speaker for publicly asserting someone is guilty of criminal acts without adjudication through due process? If I understand correctly, a member of Congress can assert almost anything while on the floor (except to disparage another member); nonetheless, does that rule also immunize them from accountability when they make wild, unadjudicated assertions in public venues? Doesn't she understand that knowingly bearing false witness is among the most ancient of evil acts performed by human beings?

  • Carrie Parks

    09/27/2019 05:04 PM

    Mr. Huckabee, just wanted to know if you watched Levin on Hannity last night. What do you think about the the possibility that the Democrats were behind this and help craft this complaint using a pawn to deliver it. It seem odd that Nancy Pelosi knew what was in the complaint using language referring to allegations in it for her reason to start impeachment investigations way before it was actually released. It seems when President Trump released the transcript and it didn't match or amount to much that Schiff tried to tie the complaint to the transcript by falsifying the content of what was said in it during his opening statement at the hearing. Lying to the American People on national tv and taking us for dopes. I guess Mr. Schiff thinks we Deplorables can't read.

  • Warren S. Smith

    09/27/2019 05:01 PM

    This entire case is so convoluted as to cause "normal" people can only begin to understand weeks or even months after the event has lost significance.

  • Tom Lassiter

    09/27/2019 04:58 PM

    Mr. Huckabee, Facebook is blocking all re-posts about this clown show, including your posts. We are not able to share anything that has to do with yesterday's hearing!

  • Angel Sch

    09/27/2019 04:53 PM

    Shifty Adam is one of the biggest snakes in DC. He knew darn well that by his bloviating lies, that many of the sheep out there would accept was he was saying as gospel truth as many of them wouldn't have bothered to read the transcript.

  • rodney burke

    09/27/2019 04:44 PM

    Intelligence? really don't make me wnat to throw something...sharp. left HAS no intelligence. They are all raving lunatics and need to be in GITMO and not in congress. that body is non-functional and will remain until certain individuals are removed forcibly.

  • Kathleen Kemmer

    09/27/2019 04:39 PM

    Yes, thank you for your newsletter. I have been closely following the REAL story, and the media is trying to hide Victor Putchnik, and the entirely corrupt Atlantic counsel that meets in Ukraine.
    By the way, Adam Slimy Sleaze Shiff, had received the "whistleblower" memo after Rudy met with Ukraine officials, that is why the whistleblower did not know meeting had already happened.
    Thank you for your wonderful reads. They calm me down.
    Sincerely,

    Kathleen Kemmer
    A real American Patriot

  • Dan Elswick

    09/27/2019 04:38 PM

    Has ANYONE read the 1999 Clinton/Ukraine treaty?
    This gives both the US and the Ukraine permission to ask for assistance in investigating criminals. And Biden and Soetoro are criminals!
    What have I missed? Was this treaty abandoned?

  • Susan Combee

    09/27/2019 04:14 PM

    What a sham! I'm so disappointed in both parties - with social media we don't know who to believe because no one is coming to the table that shows truth!!!

  • Kendra Strecker

    09/27/2019 04:07 PM

    10 to 1 SCHIFF wrote that report with/for the so called "whistle blower". I'd like to add something else Mike, We now have the DUMS headed to Ukraine to harass their President! I think the Repulicans ought to go with them with some audio and video equipment and record the whole thing!!

  • Dave Emanuel

    09/27/2019 04:04 PM

    Unfortunately, Democrats in congress have nothing for the citizens they are supposed to serve. Consequently, they have become junkyard dogs barking from behind a fence, at threats that don't exist. The mainstream media is only too happy to encourage the dogs to continue barking. Apparently, when you don't have a bone, barking is the best hope of having someone throw you a bone.

  • Linda Davis

    09/27/2019 03:59 PM

    Thank you for all your articles. Especially right now as this country is being attacked in the worst possible way, putting so much doubt in our President and having all the world leaders question if they can really talk to our President, President Trump or future Presidents without having everything they said broadcast on the nightly news and all the papers. The Democrats should be more than ashamed at what they are doing to our country, they are the traders and should be brought up on charges for how they are destroying America. We support Trump, but even if we didn't, this should be settled at the election, not by all this craziness. Thank you again for all your input, and helping us sort through the craziness. We pray for you and all our wonderful Country.

  • Lisa Ford

    09/27/2019 03:55 PM

    Wait a minute! Pelosi admitted again she didn't read the document. Can she read? I seem to remember a big document, that she didn't read before; Obama Care. Why are we paying her & in the name of good sense, why does she have the gavel????

  • Ronald G. Ray

    09/27/2019 03:50 PM

    The leaker Schiff has had a spy working in White House ,the only good thing is ,now we know who it is, CIA , although there was no legitimate whistleblower, the dems used lawyers to prepare their phony complaint, who already listened in on other calls. The president must be able to conduct foreign policy without interference , this is unlawful. What is happening, is the dems are about to be arrested for the crimes they committed, because they were involved in collusion and criminal activity.

  • Susan Conery

    09/27/2019 03:49 PM

    It is past time Republicans continued to try to restore some sort of Queens Rules to the corrupt sinkhole that now constitutes the Democratic party. It is precisely because Conservatives allowed themselves essentially to get rolled for the past 40 years by dishonest Dems eroding our laws and county, that the American people in desperation finally elected an outside proven leader. Now it is time for Republicans to stand up and behind our President and take aggressive action against Schiff, Comey, McCabe , Hillary and all who have been committing nothing short of treason for 3 years.

  • Lisa Ford

    09/27/2019 03:46 PM

    I just hope the truth all rolls out before the election. Democrats get reprimanded, jailed & the ones working on treason get their just does. Like to see all democrats in the hot seat, that they want everyone else to sit in.

  • John W Bletsch

    09/27/2019 03:43 PM

    All the obvious rampant corruption of the Democrats and not a single indictment or arrest! WHY? It is this that proves beyond doubt there is a two tier system of justice in America. It's the islamocommunist democrat elite above the law and all the rest subject to law as they interpret it.
    This must change before the populace begin taking matters into their own hands, reminiscent of the days of pitchforks, torches, bonfires heating tar kettles, feathers & fence rails as a way of dealing with corrupt politicians.
    We the People must see justice being done or the afore mentioned may be an acceptable option.

  • Norris Harod

    09/27/2019 03:42 PM

    Since the whistle blower is a CIA operative and NOT a journalist, he should be jailed if he refuses to identify who LEAKED their thoughts and claims to him of a classified discussion between world leaders. Yes his supposition accusations are serious. NO they are not supported by enough facts to merit a deep probe to find out IF ANY FACTS CAN BE FOUND. That is like having a trial and calling everyone you can think of to testify to see if they know anything, when you have nothing showing anyone knows anything meriting the trial. So, identify the leakers and grill them under oath for any facts--and immediately jail them until they open up if they refuse. Isn't that our law too?

  • Linda

    09/27/2019 03:40 PM

    If you talk to President Trump, tell him there are a lot of people praying for him. We appreciate everything he does for us. And thank you for defending him!

  • Joe Broadway

    09/27/2019 03:39 PM

    I despise a liar. Schiff and his cronies the democrats have thrown their bibles and morals in the trash can. God said at the end times people would become delusional and believe lies (2 thes 2: somewhere about vs. 10) and that party is evidence of that scripture. If you believe them you better look in a mirror then bury yourself in scripture. Anyone that lies like Schiff does not have an ounce of the Holy spirit in them but the devil is their best friend.

  • Robert Reese

    09/27/2019 03:37 PM


    Dear Governor,

    I am pretty sure I heard Mark Levin, of Fox News, say that Hunter Biden had received $1.5 Billion from China with which he purchased an unnamed American corporation specializing in vital military hardware components for 1/3rd of that money. Hunter Biden then gave that Corporation to the Chinese. My question to you is: is this true? Did I hear correctly? If this is true, why are the pundits silent about it? Perhaps you can respond in one of your upcoming newsletters?

  • Joyce Birch

    09/27/2019 03:37 PM

    Thank you Governor for all your insight to this circus we have to witness again, & again. I think Adam Schiff is an ugly person inside & outside. What the dems are putting the President through is pure insanity! I'm constantly becoming speechless for these demonstrations against the President & his administration. What about Giuliani & AG, Bill Barr? Where's the Republicans? How many Republicans are against the President? It appears nothing or nobody could stop George Soros!! Two weeks vacations, wow!!

Thoughts after Adam Schiff's House Intelligence Committee hearing

5 minute read

September 27, 2019

It’s hard to know where to start in dissecting the House Intelligence Committee’s questioning of acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire, particularly the disgraceful performance of Chairman Adam Schiff. So I’ll ease into it by quoting former independent prosecutor Ken Starr, in a Thursday night interview with FOX News’ Shannon Bream:

“I think we need a little dignity in Washington,” he said, “on both sides of the aisle. It would be helpful if we just said, ‘Mr. Chairman, we call you on this. You call the President because of his tweets, or whatever; why don’t you show some dignity, especially since you knew you were playing to the crowd?'  I just think it’s this constant...” and then he trailed off, maybe because it’s hard to end that thought with a word that can be used on TV. Then he went on: “What I would say is, let’s have a full debate instead of the kind of show that we had today [Thursday], where I think the vice-admiral [Maguire], who has had such an exemplary career, was calumnied [maliciously defamed] in a very, I think, vicious way, and it was very unbecoming to the House of Representatives and the Intelligence Committee to do that...Today was an oversight hearing, but it’s masquerading as impeachment.”


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Mr. Starr was much more diplomatic and polite than I feel like being at this point, and I’m pretty well known for being diplomatic and polite. Schiff's cringeworthy exhibition put our whole legislative branch in the worst possible light. Schiff was at his shiftiest; he should look back at this and be embarrassed and deeply ashamed, but he won’t be. Based on his opening statement –- the one he laughably defended later as a “parody” –- which put words in the President’s mouth that we know he never said and completely misrepresented his phone call with Ukrainian President Zelensky, Schiff personifies the scummiest, slimiest sleazebag attorney whoever inspired a lawyer joke.

What do you call Adam Schiff losing re-election? A good start.

And yet, if you look at his Twitter account, he’s got lots of followers who think he’s a true patriot (!) and the greatest thing since sliced ham. But let’s move on –- there’s so much in the news today about all this that I’d just as soon not dwell on that travesty of a hearing that he chaired.

One reason the Democrats are behaving this way now is that Trump, during “the” phone call with Zelensky, referenced a cybersecurity company called CrowdStrike, which was hired by the Democratic National Committee to look into allegations that Russia had hacked their computer server. Recall that then-DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz refused to turn over their computer hardware to the FBI for analysis. CrowdStrike handled it instead and issued their finding that, yep, it was the Ruskies, all right. The Obama FBI allowed this (they would), but Trump’s FBI and DOJ is focused on finding out exactly by what means the files were compromised and by whom. The “Russia” narrative could end up being shattered, replaced by some other perhaps very disturbing truth.

The closer Trump and the DOJ get to the real story of the Russia hoax, the more the Democrats will behave like junkyard dogs. They’ll push even more relentlessly for impeachment (or the strange business they’re doing now, “impeachment”) and lie even harder, though it’s hard to imagine after seeing Adam Schiff’s performance that anyone could do that.


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Of course, Rudy Giuliani has been doing some investigating as well, and now we know our own State Department had requested that he be involved. The so-called “whistleblower” apparently didn’t know they had done that, as this person accused him in the complaint of damaging national security by talking with the Ukrainians. Giuliani has plenty of documentation that State asked him, though, in the form of numerous texts to and from State Department officials. And in a Thursday night interview with Laura Ingraham, he pointed out that a remark in the complaint about Giuliani’s meeting being a “direct result” of Trump’s July call with President Zelensky is not correct --- and can’t possibly be true, because Giuliani’s meeting took place three days before Trump’s phone call.

That’s not the only inaccuracy. Although the complaint seems well crafted –- so much so that it’s obvious to some analysts such as Fred Fleitz* that this person had a great deal of lawyerly help in filling it out, probably from Intelligence Committee attorneys –- Giuliani alleged 16 places on the official form where the “whistleblower” either got something wrong or lied. Rudy also made a great point about credibility when it comes to hearsay witnesses: that for obvious reasons it’s not about THEIR credibility, but the credibility of the people who are speaking to them. Why the IG noted that this person was “credible” when he or she was supposedly passing on information received from others, he doesn’t know.

*Speaking of Fred Fleitz, here’s an outstanding piece he wrote listing eight major points about the “whistleblower” complaint. We had it in Wednesday’s Evening Edition, but I wanted to make sure you saw it.

Thread by @FredFleitz: "1/ As a former CIA analyst and former NSC official who edited transcripts of POTUS phone calls with foreign leaders, here are my thoughts on […]"

As for Giuliani, he reiterated what we’ve been talking about: that Ukrainian officials have insisted they had solid evidence of “collusion,” not between Trump and Russians but between Hillary’s campaign/DNC (same thing) and Ukrainians. “We believe George Soros is behind it,” Giuliani said, “because his company was involved in it...When Biden’s son’s case was dismissed, the other case the crooked new prosecutor had to dismiss was Soros’s case, which is why the Biden thing is relevant to ME...Had [Soros’s] case been allowed to go on, we would’ve had the evidence to refute the Mueller investigation on DAY ONE.”

Listening to Rudy, I can’t help thinking how fascinating it is the way all these people and their legal cases are connected and intertwined. It wouldn’t be surprising if the Soros connection were common to all, even to the point of funding the anti-Trump “whistleblowers.”

This is a very entertaining, long and wide-ranging interview, with Rudy in superb form. Did you know Kamala Harris is actually calling for the State Department to investigate HIM and those who worked with him and possibly have him disbarred? Giuliani says it’s because he’s uncovering details about various pay-for-play schemes, including the one involving the Clinton Foundation. He really lets fly in this conversation, and it’s great. Here’s the link…

Ingraham Angle

Finally, John Solomon broke the game-changing news about Joe Biden that he’d promised on Wednesday. He’s turned up hundreds of pages of never-released documents and memos that contradict Biden’s story about firing the Ukrainian prosecutor looking into Burisma, the natural gas company that had, for some reason, put his son Hunter Biden on its board.

It turns out that there WERE open investigations into Burisma going on at the time the firing occurred; news reports stating otherwise are wrong. Also, the portrayal of Shokin, the prosecutor Biden fired who has been said to be so corrupt, is very different here. These documents raise serious questions about Biden’s ethics and honesty.

Solomon: These once-secret memos cast doubt on Joe Biden's Ukraine story

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  • Richard Young

    09/27/2019 06:12 PM

    President Trump. Please never stop your tweets. I want to hear your words, not what someone wanted you to say or not say.

  • Robert Cook

    09/27/2019 05:46 PM

    Media commentators carefully say "alleged" rapist, killer, bank robber, etc., except when it comes to President Trump or any of his staff. Even on the flimsiest and most dubious information, reporters assertively exclaim, as if established facts, supposedly criminal acts by this President. I was shocked to hear the Speaker of the House -- 3rd in line for succession -- assertively exclaim on national television this morning that the President and the DNI have committed criminal acts. She did not even add the parenthetical passcard phrase "if true" nor the important modifier "alleged." Is there no legal recourse against the MSM and/or the Speaker for publicly asserting someone is guilty of criminal acts without adjudication through due process? If I understand correctly, a member of Congress can assert almost anything while on the floor (except to disparage another member); nonetheless, does that rule also immunize them from accountability when they make wild, unadjudicated assertions in public venues? Doesn't she understand that knowingly bearing false witness is among the most ancient of evil acts performed by human beings?

  • Thomas Rundall

    09/27/2019 05:44 PM

    I’m so sick and tired of the lies, deceit and using of government corruption to line their pockets.
    I’m glad that the Democrats are doing this because it will backfire just like all the other attempts to impeach Trump.
    I hope that this will encourage republicans to go after Biden for crimes be him and Hunter. We need access to the data in the computer system also so we can take down Hillary and all the others in the crocked alphabet agencies.
    DRAIN THE SWAMP!!!

  • Robert Cook

    09/27/2019 05:25 PM

    Media commentators carefully say "alleged" rapist, killer, bank robber, etc., except when it comes to President Trump or any of his staff. Even on the flimsiest and most dubious information, reporters assertively exclaim, as if established facts, supposedly criminal acts by this President. I was shocked to hear the Speaker of the House -- 3rd in line for succession -- assertively exclaim on national television this morning that the President and the DNI have committed criminal acts. She did not even add the parenthetical passcard phrase "if true" nor the important modifier "alleged." Is there no legal recourse against the MSM and/or the Speaker for publicly asserting someone is guilty of criminal acts without adjudication through due process? If I understand correctly, a member of Congress can assert almost anything while on the floor (except to disparage another member); nonetheless, does that rule also immunize them from accountability when they make wild, unadjudicated assertions in public venues? Doesn't she understand that knowingly bearing false witness is among the most ancient of evil acts performed by human beings?

  • Carrie Parks

    09/27/2019 05:04 PM

    Mr. Huckabee, just wanted to know if you watched Levin on Hannity last night. What do you think about the the possibility that the Democrats were behind this and help craft this complaint using a pawn to deliver it. It seem odd that Nancy Pelosi knew what was in the complaint using language referring to allegations in it for her reason to start impeachment investigations way before it was actually released. It seems when President Trump released the transcript and it didn't match or amount to much that Schiff tried to tie the complaint to the transcript by falsifying the content of what was said in it during his opening statement at the hearing. Lying to the American People on national tv and taking us for dopes. I guess Mr. Schiff thinks we Deplorables can't read.

  • Warren S. Smith

    09/27/2019 05:01 PM

    This entire case is so convoluted as to cause "normal" people can only begin to understand weeks or even months after the event has lost significance.

  • Tom Lassiter

    09/27/2019 04:58 PM

    Mr. Huckabee, Facebook is blocking all re-posts about this clown show, including your posts. We are not able to share anything that has to do with yesterday's hearing!

  • Angel Sch

    09/27/2019 04:53 PM

    Shifty Adam is one of the biggest snakes in DC. He knew darn well that by his bloviating lies, that many of the sheep out there would accept was he was saying as gospel truth as many of them wouldn't have bothered to read the transcript.

  • rodney burke

    09/27/2019 04:44 PM

    Intelligence? really don't make me wnat to throw something...sharp. left HAS no intelligence. They are all raving lunatics and need to be in GITMO and not in congress. that body is non-functional and will remain until certain individuals are removed forcibly.

  • Kathleen Kemmer

    09/27/2019 04:39 PM

    Yes, thank you for your newsletter. I have been closely following the REAL story, and the media is trying to hide Victor Putchnik, and the entirely corrupt Atlantic counsel that meets in Ukraine.
    By the way, Adam Slimy Sleaze Shiff, had received the "whistleblower" memo after Rudy met with Ukraine officials, that is why the whistleblower did not know meeting had already happened.
    Thank you for your wonderful reads. They calm me down.
    Sincerely,

    Kathleen Kemmer
    A real American Patriot

  • Dan Elswick

    09/27/2019 04:38 PM

    Has ANYONE read the 1999 Clinton/Ukraine treaty?
    This gives both the US and the Ukraine permission to ask for assistance in investigating criminals. And Biden and Soetoro are criminals!
    What have I missed? Was this treaty abandoned?

  • Susan Combee

    09/27/2019 04:14 PM

    What a sham! I'm so disappointed in both parties - with social media we don't know who to believe because no one is coming to the table that shows truth!!!

  • Kendra Strecker

    09/27/2019 04:07 PM

    10 to 1 SCHIFF wrote that report with/for the so called "whistle blower". I'd like to add something else Mike, We now have the DUMS headed to Ukraine to harass their President! I think the Repulicans ought to go with them with some audio and video equipment and record the whole thing!!

  • Dave Emanuel

    09/27/2019 04:04 PM

    Unfortunately, Democrats in congress have nothing for the citizens they are supposed to serve. Consequently, they have become junkyard dogs barking from behind a fence, at threats that don't exist. The mainstream media is only too happy to encourage the dogs to continue barking. Apparently, when you don't have a bone, barking is the best hope of having someone throw you a bone.

  • Linda Davis

    09/27/2019 03:59 PM

    Thank you for all your articles. Especially right now as this country is being attacked in the worst possible way, putting so much doubt in our President and having all the world leaders question if they can really talk to our President, President Trump or future Presidents without having everything they said broadcast on the nightly news and all the papers. The Democrats should be more than ashamed at what they are doing to our country, they are the traders and should be brought up on charges for how they are destroying America. We support Trump, but even if we didn't, this should be settled at the election, not by all this craziness. Thank you again for all your input, and helping us sort through the craziness. We pray for you and all our wonderful Country.

  • Lisa Ford

    09/27/2019 03:55 PM

    Wait a minute! Pelosi admitted again she didn't read the document. Can she read? I seem to remember a big document, that she didn't read before; Obama Care. Why are we paying her & in the name of good sense, why does she have the gavel????

  • Ronald G. Ray

    09/27/2019 03:50 PM

    The leaker Schiff has had a spy working in White House ,the only good thing is ,now we know who it is, CIA , although there was no legitimate whistleblower, the dems used lawyers to prepare their phony complaint, who already listened in on other calls. The president must be able to conduct foreign policy without interference , this is unlawful. What is happening, is the dems are about to be arrested for the crimes they committed, because they were involved in collusion and criminal activity.

  • Susan Conery

    09/27/2019 03:49 PM

    It is past time Republicans continued to try to restore some sort of Queens Rules to the corrupt sinkhole that now constitutes the Democratic party. It is precisely because Conservatives allowed themselves essentially to get rolled for the past 40 years by dishonest Dems eroding our laws and county, that the American people in desperation finally elected an outside proven leader. Now it is time for Republicans to stand up and behind our President and take aggressive action against Schiff, Comey, McCabe , Hillary and all who have been committing nothing short of treason for 3 years.

  • Lisa Ford

    09/27/2019 03:46 PM

    I just hope the truth all rolls out before the election. Democrats get reprimanded, jailed & the ones working on treason get their just does. Like to see all democrats in the hot seat, that they want everyone else to sit in.

  • John W Bletsch

    09/27/2019 03:43 PM

    All the obvious rampant corruption of the Democrats and not a single indictment or arrest! WHY? It is this that proves beyond doubt there is a two tier system of justice in America. It's the islamocommunist democrat elite above the law and all the rest subject to law as they interpret it.
    This must change before the populace begin taking matters into their own hands, reminiscent of the days of pitchforks, torches, bonfires heating tar kettles, feathers & fence rails as a way of dealing with corrupt politicians.
    We the People must see justice being done or the afore mentioned may be an acceptable option.

  • Norris Harod

    09/27/2019 03:42 PM

    Since the whistle blower is a CIA operative and NOT a journalist, he should be jailed if he refuses to identify who LEAKED their thoughts and claims to him of a classified discussion between world leaders. Yes his supposition accusations are serious. NO they are not supported by enough facts to merit a deep probe to find out IF ANY FACTS CAN BE FOUND. That is like having a trial and calling everyone you can think of to testify to see if they know anything, when you have nothing showing anyone knows anything meriting the trial. So, identify the leakers and grill them under oath for any facts--and immediately jail them until they open up if they refuse. Isn't that our law too?

  • Linda

    09/27/2019 03:40 PM

    If you talk to President Trump, tell him there are a lot of people praying for him. We appreciate everything he does for us. And thank you for defending him!

  • Joe Broadway

    09/27/2019 03:39 PM

    I despise a liar. Schiff and his cronies the democrats have thrown their bibles and morals in the trash can. God said at the end times people would become delusional and believe lies (2 thes 2: somewhere about vs. 10) and that party is evidence of that scripture. If you believe them you better look in a mirror then bury yourself in scripture. Anyone that lies like Schiff does not have an ounce of the Holy spirit in them but the devil is their best friend.

  • Robert Reese

    09/27/2019 03:37 PM


    Dear Governor,

    I am pretty sure I heard Mark Levin, of Fox News, say that Hunter Biden had received $1.5 Billion from China with which he purchased an unnamed American corporation specializing in vital military hardware components for 1/3rd of that money. Hunter Biden then gave that Corporation to the Chinese. My question to you is: is this true? Did I hear correctly? If this is true, why are the pundits silent about it? Perhaps you can respond in one of your upcoming newsletters?

  • Joyce Birch

    09/27/2019 03:37 PM

    Thank you Governor for all your insight to this circus we have to witness again, & again. I think Adam Schiff is an ugly person inside & outside. What the dems are putting the President through is pure insanity! I'm constantly becoming speechless for these demonstrations against the President & his administration. What about Giuliani & AG, Bill Barr? Where's the Republicans? How many Republicans are against the President? It appears nothing or nobody could stop George Soros!! Two weeks vacations, wow!!

Thoughts after Adam Schiff's House Intelligence Committee hearing

5 minute read

September 27, 2019

It’s hard to know where to start in dissecting the House Intelligence Committee’s questioning of acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire, particularly the disgraceful performance of Chairman Adam Schiff. So I’ll ease into it by quoting former independent prosecutor Ken Starr, in a Thursday night interview with FOX News’ Shannon Bream:

“I think we need a little dignity in Washington,” he said, “on both sides of the aisle. It would be helpful if we just said, ‘Mr. Chairman, we call you on this. You call the President because of his tweets, or whatever; why don’t you show some dignity, especially since you knew you were playing to the crowd?'  I just think it’s this constant...” and then he trailed off, maybe because it’s hard to end that thought with a word that can be used on TV. Then he went on: “What I would say is, let’s have a full debate instead of the kind of show that we had today [Thursday], where I think the vice-admiral [Maguire], who has had such an exemplary career, was calumnied [maliciously defamed] in a very, I think, vicious way, and it was very unbecoming to the House of Representatives and the Intelligence Committee to do that...Today was an oversight hearing, but it’s masquerading as impeachment.”


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Mr. Starr was much more diplomatic and polite than I feel like being at this point, and I’m pretty well known for being diplomatic and polite. Schiff's cringeworthy exhibition put our whole legislative branch in the worst possible light. Schiff was at his shiftiest; he should look back at this and be embarrassed and deeply ashamed, but he won’t be. Based on his opening statement –- the one he laughably defended later as a “parody” –- which put words in the President’s mouth that we know he never said and completely misrepresented his phone call with Ukrainian President Zelensky, Schiff personifies the scummiest, slimiest sleazebag attorney whoever inspired a lawyer joke.

What do you call Adam Schiff losing re-election? A good start.

And yet, if you look at his Twitter account, he’s got lots of followers who think he’s a true patriot (!) and the greatest thing since sliced ham. But let’s move on –- there’s so much in the news today about all this that I’d just as soon not dwell on that travesty of a hearing that he chaired.

One reason the Democrats are behaving this way now is that Trump, during “the” phone call with Zelensky, referenced a cybersecurity company called CrowdStrike, which was hired by the Democratic National Committee to look into allegations that Russia had hacked their computer server. Recall that then-DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz refused to turn over their computer hardware to the FBI for analysis. CrowdStrike handled it instead and issued their finding that, yep, it was the Ruskies, all right. The Obama FBI allowed this (they would), but Trump’s FBI and DOJ is focused on finding out exactly by what means the files were compromised and by whom. The “Russia” narrative could end up being shattered, replaced by some other perhaps very disturbing truth.

The closer Trump and the DOJ get to the real story of the Russia hoax, the more the Democrats will behave like junkyard dogs. They’ll push even more relentlessly for impeachment (or the strange business they’re doing now, “impeachment”) and lie even harder, though it’s hard to imagine after seeing Adam Schiff’s performance that anyone could do that.


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Of course, Rudy Giuliani has been doing some investigating as well, and now we know our own State Department had requested that he be involved. The so-called “whistleblower” apparently didn’t know they had done that, as this person accused him in the complaint of damaging national security by talking with the Ukrainians. Giuliani has plenty of documentation that State asked him, though, in the form of numerous texts to and from State Department officials. And in a Thursday night interview with Laura Ingraham, he pointed out that a remark in the complaint about Giuliani’s meeting being a “direct result” of Trump’s July call with President Zelensky is not correct --- and can’t possibly be true, because Giuliani’s meeting took place three days before Trump’s phone call.

That’s not the only inaccuracy. Although the complaint seems well crafted –- so much so that it’s obvious to some analysts such as Fred Fleitz* that this person had a great deal of lawyerly help in filling it out, probably from Intelligence Committee attorneys –- Giuliani alleged 16 places on the official form where the “whistleblower” either got something wrong or lied. Rudy also made a great point about credibility when it comes to hearsay witnesses: that for obvious reasons it’s not about THEIR credibility, but the credibility of the people who are speaking to them. Why the IG noted that this person was “credible” when he or she was supposedly passing on information received from others, he doesn’t know.

*Speaking of Fred Fleitz, here’s an outstanding piece he wrote listing eight major points about the “whistleblower” complaint. We had it in Wednesday’s Evening Edition, but I wanted to make sure you saw it.

Thread by @FredFleitz: "1/ As a former CIA analyst and former NSC official who edited transcripts of POTUS phone calls with foreign leaders, here are my thoughts on […]"

As for Giuliani, he reiterated what we’ve been talking about: that Ukrainian officials have insisted they had solid evidence of “collusion,” not between Trump and Russians but between Hillary’s campaign/DNC (same thing) and Ukrainians. “We believe George Soros is behind it,” Giuliani said, “because his company was involved in it...When Biden’s son’s case was dismissed, the other case the crooked new prosecutor had to dismiss was Soros’s case, which is why the Biden thing is relevant to ME...Had [Soros’s] case been allowed to go on, we would’ve had the evidence to refute the Mueller investigation on DAY ONE.”

Listening to Rudy, I can’t help thinking how fascinating it is the way all these people and their legal cases are connected and intertwined. It wouldn’t be surprising if the Soros connection were common to all, even to the point of funding the anti-Trump “whistleblowers.”

This is a very entertaining, long and wide-ranging interview, with Rudy in superb form. Did you know Kamala Harris is actually calling for the State Department to investigate HIM and those who worked with him and possibly have him disbarred? Giuliani says it’s because he’s uncovering details about various pay-for-play schemes, including the one involving the Clinton Foundation. He really lets fly in this conversation, and it’s great. Here’s the link…

Ingraham Angle

Finally, John Solomon broke the game-changing news about Joe Biden that he’d promised on Wednesday. He’s turned up hundreds of pages of never-released documents and memos that contradict Biden’s story about firing the Ukrainian prosecutor looking into Burisma, the natural gas company that had, for some reason, put his son Hunter Biden on its board.

It turns out that there WERE open investigations into Burisma going on at the time the firing occurred; news reports stating otherwise are wrong. Also, the portrayal of Shokin, the prosecutor Biden fired who has been said to be so corrupt, is very different here. These documents raise serious questions about Biden’s ethics and honesty.

Solomon: These once-secret memos cast doubt on Joe Biden's Ukraine story

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  • Richard Young

    09/27/2019 06:12 PM

    President Trump. Please never stop your tweets. I want to hear your words, not what someone wanted you to say or not say.

  • Robert Cook

    09/27/2019 05:46 PM

    Media commentators carefully say "alleged" rapist, killer, bank robber, etc., except when it comes to President Trump or any of his staff. Even on the flimsiest and most dubious information, reporters assertively exclaim, as if established facts, supposedly criminal acts by this President. I was shocked to hear the Speaker of the House -- 3rd in line for succession -- assertively exclaim on national television this morning that the President and the DNI have committed criminal acts. She did not even add the parenthetical passcard phrase "if true" nor the important modifier "alleged." Is there no legal recourse against the MSM and/or the Speaker for publicly asserting someone is guilty of criminal acts without adjudication through due process? If I understand correctly, a member of Congress can assert almost anything while on the floor (except to disparage another member); nonetheless, does that rule also immunize them from accountability when they make wild, unadjudicated assertions in public venues? Doesn't she understand that knowingly bearing false witness is among the most ancient of evil acts performed by human beings?

  • Thomas Rundall

    09/27/2019 05:44 PM

    I’m so sick and tired of the lies, deceit and using of government corruption to line their pockets.
    I’m glad that the Democrats are doing this because it will backfire just like all the other attempts to impeach Trump.
    I hope that this will encourage republicans to go after Biden for crimes be him and Hunter. We need access to the data in the computer system also so we can take down Hillary and all the others in the crocked alphabet agencies.
    DRAIN THE SWAMP!!!

  • Robert Cook

    09/27/2019 05:25 PM

    Media commentators carefully say "alleged" rapist, killer, bank robber, etc., except when it comes to President Trump or any of his staff. Even on the flimsiest and most dubious information, reporters assertively exclaim, as if established facts, supposedly criminal acts by this President. I was shocked to hear the Speaker of the House -- 3rd in line for succession -- assertively exclaim on national television this morning that the President and the DNI have committed criminal acts. She did not even add the parenthetical passcard phrase "if true" nor the important modifier "alleged." Is there no legal recourse against the MSM and/or the Speaker for publicly asserting someone is guilty of criminal acts without adjudication through due process? If I understand correctly, a member of Congress can assert almost anything while on the floor (except to disparage another member); nonetheless, does that rule also immunize them from accountability when they make wild, unadjudicated assertions in public venues? Doesn't she understand that knowingly bearing false witness is among the most ancient of evil acts performed by human beings?

  • Carrie Parks

    09/27/2019 05:04 PM

    Mr. Huckabee, just wanted to know if you watched Levin on Hannity last night. What do you think about the the possibility that the Democrats were behind this and help craft this complaint using a pawn to deliver it. It seem odd that Nancy Pelosi knew what was in the complaint using language referring to allegations in it for her reason to start impeachment investigations way before it was actually released. It seems when President Trump released the transcript and it didn't match or amount to much that Schiff tried to tie the complaint to the transcript by falsifying the content of what was said in it during his opening statement at the hearing. Lying to the American People on national tv and taking us for dopes. I guess Mr. Schiff thinks we Deplorables can't read.

  • Warren S. Smith

    09/27/2019 05:01 PM

    This entire case is so convoluted as to cause "normal" people can only begin to understand weeks or even months after the event has lost significance.

  • Tom Lassiter

    09/27/2019 04:58 PM

    Mr. Huckabee, Facebook is blocking all re-posts about this clown show, including your posts. We are not able to share anything that has to do with yesterday's hearing!

  • Angel Sch

    09/27/2019 04:53 PM

    Shifty Adam is one of the biggest snakes in DC. He knew darn well that by his bloviating lies, that many of the sheep out there would accept was he was saying as gospel truth as many of them wouldn't have bothered to read the transcript.

  • rodney burke

    09/27/2019 04:44 PM

    Intelligence? really don't make me wnat to throw something...sharp. left HAS no intelligence. They are all raving lunatics and need to be in GITMO and not in congress. that body is non-functional and will remain until certain individuals are removed forcibly.

  • Kathleen Kemmer

    09/27/2019 04:39 PM

    Yes, thank you for your newsletter. I have been closely following the REAL story, and the media is trying to hide Victor Putchnik, and the entirely corrupt Atlantic counsel that meets in Ukraine.
    By the way, Adam Slimy Sleaze Shiff, had received the "whistleblower" memo after Rudy met with Ukraine officials, that is why the whistleblower did not know meeting had already happened.
    Thank you for your wonderful reads. They calm me down.
    Sincerely,

    Kathleen Kemmer
    A real American Patriot

  • Dan Elswick

    09/27/2019 04:38 PM

    Has ANYONE read the 1999 Clinton/Ukraine treaty?
    This gives both the US and the Ukraine permission to ask for assistance in investigating criminals. And Biden and Soetoro are criminals!
    What have I missed? Was this treaty abandoned?

  • Susan Combee

    09/27/2019 04:14 PM

    What a sham! I'm so disappointed in both parties - with social media we don't know who to believe because no one is coming to the table that shows truth!!!

  • Kendra Strecker

    09/27/2019 04:07 PM

    10 to 1 SCHIFF wrote that report with/for the so called "whistle blower". I'd like to add something else Mike, We now have the DUMS headed to Ukraine to harass their President! I think the Repulicans ought to go with them with some audio and video equipment and record the whole thing!!

  • Dave Emanuel

    09/27/2019 04:04 PM

    Unfortunately, Democrats in congress have nothing for the citizens they are supposed to serve. Consequently, they have become junkyard dogs barking from behind a fence, at threats that don't exist. The mainstream media is only too happy to encourage the dogs to continue barking. Apparently, when you don't have a bone, barking is the best hope of having someone throw you a bone.

  • Linda Davis

    09/27/2019 03:59 PM

    Thank you for all your articles. Especially right now as this country is being attacked in the worst possible way, putting so much doubt in our President and having all the world leaders question if they can really talk to our President, President Trump or future Presidents without having everything they said broadcast on the nightly news and all the papers. The Democrats should be more than ashamed at what they are doing to our country, they are the traders and should be brought up on charges for how they are destroying America. We support Trump, but even if we didn't, this should be settled at the election, not by all this craziness. Thank you again for all your input, and helping us sort through the craziness. We pray for you and all our wonderful Country.

  • Lisa Ford

    09/27/2019 03:55 PM

    Wait a minute! Pelosi admitted again she didn't read the document. Can she read? I seem to remember a big document, that she didn't read before; Obama Care. Why are we paying her & in the name of good sense, why does she have the gavel????

  • Ronald G. Ray

    09/27/2019 03:50 PM

    The leaker Schiff has had a spy working in White House ,the only good thing is ,now we know who it is, CIA , although there was no legitimate whistleblower, the dems used lawyers to prepare their phony complaint, who already listened in on other calls. The president must be able to conduct foreign policy without interference , this is unlawful. What is happening, is the dems are about to be arrested for the crimes they committed, because they were involved in collusion and criminal activity.

  • Susan Conery

    09/27/2019 03:49 PM

    It is past time Republicans continued to try to restore some sort of Queens Rules to the corrupt sinkhole that now constitutes the Democratic party. It is precisely because Conservatives allowed themselves essentially to get rolled for the past 40 years by dishonest Dems eroding our laws and county, that the American people in desperation finally elected an outside proven leader. Now it is time for Republicans to stand up and behind our President and take aggressive action against Schiff, Comey, McCabe , Hillary and all who have been committing nothing short of treason for 3 years.

  • Lisa Ford

    09/27/2019 03:46 PM

    I just hope the truth all rolls out before the election. Democrats get reprimanded, jailed & the ones working on treason get their just does. Like to see all democrats in the hot seat, that they want everyone else to sit in.

  • John W Bletsch

    09/27/2019 03:43 PM

    All the obvious rampant corruption of the Democrats and not a single indictment or arrest! WHY? It is this that proves beyond doubt there is a two tier system of justice in America. It's the islamocommunist democrat elite above the law and all the rest subject to law as they interpret it.
    This must change before the populace begin taking matters into their own hands, reminiscent of the days of pitchforks, torches, bonfires heating tar kettles, feathers & fence rails as a way of dealing with corrupt politicians.
    We the People must see justice being done or the afore mentioned may be an acceptable option.

  • Norris Harod

    09/27/2019 03:42 PM

    Since the whistle blower is a CIA operative and NOT a journalist, he should be jailed if he refuses to identify who LEAKED their thoughts and claims to him of a classified discussion between world leaders. Yes his supposition accusations are serious. NO they are not supported by enough facts to merit a deep probe to find out IF ANY FACTS CAN BE FOUND. That is like having a trial and calling everyone you can think of to testify to see if they know anything, when you have nothing showing anyone knows anything meriting the trial. So, identify the leakers and grill them under oath for any facts--and immediately jail them until they open up if they refuse. Isn't that our law too?

  • Linda

    09/27/2019 03:40 PM

    If you talk to President Trump, tell him there are a lot of people praying for him. We appreciate everything he does for us. And thank you for defending him!

  • Joe Broadway

    09/27/2019 03:39 PM

    I despise a liar. Schiff and his cronies the democrats have thrown their bibles and morals in the trash can. God said at the end times people would become delusional and believe lies (2 thes 2: somewhere about vs. 10) and that party is evidence of that scripture. If you believe them you better look in a mirror then bury yourself in scripture. Anyone that lies like Schiff does not have an ounce of the Holy spirit in them but the devil is their best friend.

  • Robert Reese

    09/27/2019 03:37 PM


    Dear Governor,

    I am pretty sure I heard Mark Levin, of Fox News, say that Hunter Biden had received $1.5 Billion from China with which he purchased an unnamed American corporation specializing in vital military hardware components for 1/3rd of that money. Hunter Biden then gave that Corporation to the Chinese. My question to you is: is this true? Did I hear correctly? If this is true, why are the pundits silent about it? Perhaps you can respond in one of your upcoming newsletters?

  • Joyce Birch

    09/27/2019 03:37 PM

    Thank you Governor for all your insight to this circus we have to witness again, & again. I think Adam Schiff is an ugly person inside & outside. What the dems are putting the President through is pure insanity! I'm constantly becoming speechless for these demonstrations against the President & his administration. What about Giuliani & AG, Bill Barr? Where's the Republicans? How many Republicans are against the President? It appears nothing or nobody could stop George Soros!! Two weeks vacations, wow!!