Evening Edition - November 20

November 20, 2019 |

From Rick:

Governor, I really appreciate your newsletter; it brings some sanity into these dark days for our country. I try to watch, but I keep hearing about feelings and opinions and what someone else said or heard. 
I am 63, a retired firefighter and an old Democrat, but I have always looked at all sides of an issue and made up my own mind. It is so hard to do in these times, with so many lies and opinions running the show.
Thank you for watching both sides and keeping us informed, I really do trust your opinion. 
Take care and stay sane.

From the Gov:

It's voters like you who may end up saving this republic.  Thank you so much.

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After the “impeachment” hearings, I don’t know if my heart can take any more excitement, but I’ll have to try to contain myself while watching another Democratic debate tonight. There are ten candidates (including anti-Trump billionaire Tom Steyer, who must be getting in by paying to rent the venue).  It will be on (surprise!) MSNBC.  So I guess we can assume the questions will be along the lines of “Which of us hates Donald Trump more?"

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/elections/2019/11/20/democratic-debate-how-watch-atlanta-debate-wednesday/4238523002/

There is, however, a slight chance that a subject might come up that could make this debate reasonably interesting.  It will depend on the candidates being willing to risk upsetting their lapdog media, so I won’t hold my breath.  But I would love to see somebody bring up the giant oversexed gorilla in the room.

https://www.foxnews.com/media/2020-dems-booker-harris-sanders-warren-nbc-clean-up-toxic-culture-msnbc-debate

 

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During the House “impeachment” hearings, President Trump did some live tweeting about the “witnesses” who apparently never actually spoke to him.  Here’s a sample:

“I don’t know Vindman. I’ve never heard of him. I don’t know any of these people…”

https://www.westernjournal.com/trump-comments-vindman-testimony-happens-dont-know-people/

Ironically, I think virtually all of us could have tweeted the exact same thing, and yet these people think they have a right to decide foreign policy for us all. 

It’s an “impeachment” “hearing” based on a “crime” that nobody can prove exists or even is a crime, alleged by a “whistleblower” nobody can name, backed by “witnesses” who weren’t there, offering as “evidence” second- and third-hand accounts of “conversations” they weren’t a part of with President Trump, whom they’ve never met.  And somehow, the only part of that sentence Democrats think should be in quotation marks is “President.” 

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Here’s an example of why Adam Schiff obviously prefers to question “witnesses” who weren’t actually part of the things they are testifying about.  Witnesses who actually witnessed stuff really blow a hole in his case.

https://www.westernjournal.com/schiff-hoped-impeachment-help-mike-pence-aide-comes-empty/

Another example of that: as Rep. John Ratcliffe pointed out, in 3500 pages of transcripts of deadly dull, pointless testimony so far, the word “bribery” appeared precisely one time – and it was said in a description of Joe Biden’s conduct, not Trump’s.

https://hotair.com/archives/ed-morrissey/2019/11/19/ratcliffe-come-house-dems-havent-shown-bribery-definition/

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Pennsylvania state Sen. John Yudichak announced that he is leaving the Democratic Party to become an Independent who will caucus with the Republicans.  His reasons (and stop me if you’ve heard this before) are that the Democratic Party has moved too far left and become too intolerant of all but the most purist views.

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/democratic-state-senator-in-pennsylvania-to-switch-to-independent-caucus-with-republicans-over-increasingly-liberal-party

A Party spokesman said the Democrats were “extremely disappointed” that Yudichak has turned away from their “big tent values,” but Yudichek replied that their “tent is shrinking every day.”  He’s right.  The only way the current Democratic Party resembles a big tent is that it’s full of clowns.

This is just one state senator in a single state, but it’s a key swing state. And if people whose entire political careers are invested in being part of the Democratic Party are so fed up they’re leaving, imagine what might be going through the heads of working Americans who’ve supported them for years, even generations, and are finally waking up to the fact that modern Democratic Party policies are not only a threat to their jobs, paychecks and families' security, but many of the people at the top look down on and despise them.  

Maybe Yudichak’s departure is just a single isolated incident. Or maybe it’s like the first small crack that inevitably leads to a dam breaking.

PS – There might be a few cracks starting to form in the US House as well…

https://www.westernjournal.com/dem-rep-van-drew-breaks-party-third-world-style-impeachment/

 

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It’s no wonder that House Democrats are so eager to protect the Deep State bureaucrats who think they should be in charge of foreign policy instead of the elected President.  Their leader, Nancy Pelosi, just made it clear that she thinks it would be “weak” and “dangerous” to let the voters decide in the upcoming election whether Trump should remain as President or not.

https://www.westernjournal.com/nancy-pelosi-tells-democrats-waiting-election-weak-dangerous/

So it’s official: the top House Democratic leader agrees with the Deep Staters that democracy is too important to trust it to the stupid voters.  A good thing to bear in mind the next time you’re voting.

 

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  • Lonnie J Moss

    11/20/2019 09:05 PM

    Governor Huckabee,
    One quick question..just how many people listen in on President Trump’s phone calls? Particularly heads of state?

Evening Edition - November 20

November 20, 2019 |

From Rick:

Governor, I really appreciate your newsletter; it brings some sanity into these dark days for our country. I try to watch, but I keep hearing about feelings and opinions and what someone else said or heard. 
I am 63, a retired firefighter and an old Democrat, but I have always looked at all sides of an issue and made up my own mind. It is so hard to do in these times, with so many lies and opinions running the show.
Thank you for watching both sides and keeping us informed, I really do trust your opinion. 
Take care and stay sane.

From the Gov:

It's voters like you who may end up saving this republic.  Thank you so much.

-----------------------------------

After the “impeachment” hearings, I don’t know if my heart can take any more excitement, but I’ll have to try to contain myself while watching another Democratic debate tonight. There are ten candidates (including anti-Trump billionaire Tom Steyer, who must be getting in by paying to rent the venue).  It will be on (surprise!) MSNBC.  So I guess we can assume the questions will be along the lines of “Which of us hates Donald Trump more?"

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/elections/2019/11/20/democratic-debate-how-watch-atlanta-debate-wednesday/4238523002/

There is, however, a slight chance that a subject might come up that could make this debate reasonably interesting.  It will depend on the candidates being willing to risk upsetting their lapdog media, so I won’t hold my breath.  But I would love to see somebody bring up the giant oversexed gorilla in the room.

https://www.foxnews.com/media/2020-dems-booker-harris-sanders-warren-nbc-clean-up-toxic-culture-msnbc-debate

 

-----------------------------------------

 

During the House “impeachment” hearings, President Trump did some live tweeting about the “witnesses” who apparently never actually spoke to him.  Here’s a sample:

“I don’t know Vindman. I’ve never heard of him. I don’t know any of these people…”

https://www.westernjournal.com/trump-comments-vindman-testimony-happens-dont-know-people/

Ironically, I think virtually all of us could have tweeted the exact same thing, and yet these people think they have a right to decide foreign policy for us all. 

It’s an “impeachment” “hearing” based on a “crime” that nobody can prove exists or even is a crime, alleged by a “whistleblower” nobody can name, backed by “witnesses” who weren’t there, offering as “evidence” second- and third-hand accounts of “conversations” they weren’t a part of with President Trump, whom they’ve never met.  And somehow, the only part of that sentence Democrats think should be in quotation marks is “President.” 

--------------------------------------

Here’s an example of why Adam Schiff obviously prefers to question “witnesses” who weren’t actually part of the things they are testifying about.  Witnesses who actually witnessed stuff really blow a hole in his case.

https://www.westernjournal.com/schiff-hoped-impeachment-help-mike-pence-aide-comes-empty/

Another example of that: as Rep. John Ratcliffe pointed out, in 3500 pages of transcripts of deadly dull, pointless testimony so far, the word “bribery” appeared precisely one time – and it was said in a description of Joe Biden’s conduct, not Trump’s.

https://hotair.com/archives/ed-morrissey/2019/11/19/ratcliffe-come-house-dems-havent-shown-bribery-definition/

-----------------------------

Pennsylvania state Sen. John Yudichak announced that he is leaving the Democratic Party to become an Independent who will caucus with the Republicans.  His reasons (and stop me if you’ve heard this before) are that the Democratic Party has moved too far left and become too intolerant of all but the most purist views.

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/democratic-state-senator-in-pennsylvania-to-switch-to-independent-caucus-with-republicans-over-increasingly-liberal-party

A Party spokesman said the Democrats were “extremely disappointed” that Yudichak has turned away from their “big tent values,” but Yudichek replied that their “tent is shrinking every day.”  He’s right.  The only way the current Democratic Party resembles a big tent is that it’s full of clowns.

This is just one state senator in a single state, but it’s a key swing state. And if people whose entire political careers are invested in being part of the Democratic Party are so fed up they’re leaving, imagine what might be going through the heads of working Americans who’ve supported them for years, even generations, and are finally waking up to the fact that modern Democratic Party policies are not only a threat to their jobs, paychecks and families' security, but many of the people at the top look down on and despise them.  

Maybe Yudichak’s departure is just a single isolated incident. Or maybe it’s like the first small crack that inevitably leads to a dam breaking.

PS – There might be a few cracks starting to form in the US House as well…

https://www.westernjournal.com/dem-rep-van-drew-breaks-party-third-world-style-impeachment/

 

 --------------------------------

It’s no wonder that House Democrats are so eager to protect the Deep State bureaucrats who think they should be in charge of foreign policy instead of the elected President.  Their leader, Nancy Pelosi, just made it clear that she thinks it would be “weak” and “dangerous” to let the voters decide in the upcoming election whether Trump should remain as President or not.

https://www.westernjournal.com/nancy-pelosi-tells-democrats-waiting-election-weak-dangerous/

So it’s official: the top House Democratic leader agrees with the Deep Staters that democracy is too important to trust it to the stupid voters.  A good thing to bear in mind the next time you’re voting.

 

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  • Lonnie J Moss

    11/20/2019 09:05 PM

    Governor Huckabee,
    One quick question..just how many people listen in on President Trump’s phone calls? Particularly heads of state?

Evening Edition - November 20

November 20, 2019 |

From Rick:

Governor, I really appreciate your newsletter; it brings some sanity into these dark days for our country. I try to watch, but I keep hearing about feelings and opinions and what someone else said or heard. 
I am 63, a retired firefighter and an old Democrat, but I have always looked at all sides of an issue and made up my own mind. It is so hard to do in these times, with so many lies and opinions running the show.
Thank you for watching both sides and keeping us informed, I really do trust your opinion. 
Take care and stay sane.

From the Gov:

It's voters like you who may end up saving this republic.  Thank you so much.

-----------------------------------

After the “impeachment” hearings, I don’t know if my heart can take any more excitement, but I’ll have to try to contain myself while watching another Democratic debate tonight. There are ten candidates (including anti-Trump billionaire Tom Steyer, who must be getting in by paying to rent the venue).  It will be on (surprise!) MSNBC.  So I guess we can assume the questions will be along the lines of “Which of us hates Donald Trump more?"

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/elections/2019/11/20/democratic-debate-how-watch-atlanta-debate-wednesday/4238523002/

There is, however, a slight chance that a subject might come up that could make this debate reasonably interesting.  It will depend on the candidates being willing to risk upsetting their lapdog media, so I won’t hold my breath.  But I would love to see somebody bring up the giant oversexed gorilla in the room.

https://www.foxnews.com/media/2020-dems-booker-harris-sanders-warren-nbc-clean-up-toxic-culture-msnbc-debate

 

-----------------------------------------

 

During the House “impeachment” hearings, President Trump did some live tweeting about the “witnesses” who apparently never actually spoke to him.  Here’s a sample:

“I don’t know Vindman. I’ve never heard of him. I don’t know any of these people…”

https://www.westernjournal.com/trump-comments-vindman-testimony-happens-dont-know-people/

Ironically, I think virtually all of us could have tweeted the exact same thing, and yet these people think they have a right to decide foreign policy for us all. 

It’s an “impeachment” “hearing” based on a “crime” that nobody can prove exists or even is a crime, alleged by a “whistleblower” nobody can name, backed by “witnesses” who weren’t there, offering as “evidence” second- and third-hand accounts of “conversations” they weren’t a part of with President Trump, whom they’ve never met.  And somehow, the only part of that sentence Democrats think should be in quotation marks is “President.” 

--------------------------------------

Here’s an example of why Adam Schiff obviously prefers to question “witnesses” who weren’t actually part of the things they are testifying about.  Witnesses who actually witnessed stuff really blow a hole in his case.

https://www.westernjournal.com/schiff-hoped-impeachment-help-mike-pence-aide-comes-empty/

Another example of that: as Rep. John Ratcliffe pointed out, in 3500 pages of transcripts of deadly dull, pointless testimony so far, the word “bribery” appeared precisely one time – and it was said in a description of Joe Biden’s conduct, not Trump’s.

https://hotair.com/archives/ed-morrissey/2019/11/19/ratcliffe-come-house-dems-havent-shown-bribery-definition/

-----------------------------

Pennsylvania state Sen. John Yudichak announced that he is leaving the Democratic Party to become an Independent who will caucus with the Republicans.  His reasons (and stop me if you’ve heard this before) are that the Democratic Party has moved too far left and become too intolerant of all but the most purist views.

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/democratic-state-senator-in-pennsylvania-to-switch-to-independent-caucus-with-republicans-over-increasingly-liberal-party

A Party spokesman said the Democrats were “extremely disappointed” that Yudichak has turned away from their “big tent values,” but Yudichek replied that their “tent is shrinking every day.”  He’s right.  The only way the current Democratic Party resembles a big tent is that it’s full of clowns.

This is just one state senator in a single state, but it’s a key swing state. And if people whose entire political careers are invested in being part of the Democratic Party are so fed up they’re leaving, imagine what might be going through the heads of working Americans who’ve supported them for years, even generations, and are finally waking up to the fact that modern Democratic Party policies are not only a threat to their jobs, paychecks and families' security, but many of the people at the top look down on and despise them.  

Maybe Yudichak’s departure is just a single isolated incident. Or maybe it’s like the first small crack that inevitably leads to a dam breaking.

PS – There might be a few cracks starting to form in the US House as well…

https://www.westernjournal.com/dem-rep-van-drew-breaks-party-third-world-style-impeachment/

 

 --------------------------------

It’s no wonder that House Democrats are so eager to protect the Deep State bureaucrats who think they should be in charge of foreign policy instead of the elected President.  Their leader, Nancy Pelosi, just made it clear that she thinks it would be “weak” and “dangerous” to let the voters decide in the upcoming election whether Trump should remain as President or not.

https://www.westernjournal.com/nancy-pelosi-tells-democrats-waiting-election-weak-dangerous/

So it’s official: the top House Democratic leader agrees with the Deep Staters that democracy is too important to trust it to the stupid voters.  A good thing to bear in mind the next time you’re voting.

 

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  • Lonnie J Moss

    11/20/2019 09:05 PM

    Governor Huckabee,
    One quick question..just how many people listen in on President Trump’s phone calls? Particularly heads of state?