Rudy Giuliani may rant, but once again he’s right concerning the actions of President Trump. At a time when almost the entire media are conducting an exercise in groupthink, Rudy can devastate their argument in just a few sentences...
“The fact is, the President of the United States has every right to ask countries to help us in a criminal investigation that should be undertaken...suppose the political opponent committed murder; what are we gonna do? He’s a political opponent, so you don’t investigate him? The fact is, this is not a political opponent; it didn’t start that way...I started this investigation long before he was a candidate...solely for one single purpose: because I’m his defense lawyer, and it exonerates him. It shows there was a lot more collusion in Ukraine than in Russia and that Joe Biden materially assisted in getting some of that covered up.”
And the alleged corruption goes back way before that --- to the ‘80s and ‘90s, he said over the weekend to Howard Kurtz on FOX News’ MEDIA BUZZ. And when Kurtz pointed out, accurately, that many people are uncomfortable with the idea of the President’s personal lawyer doing this investigation instead of the government, Giuliani agreed that the government should be doing it --- but that they’re not. And he knew how corrupt some of our own FBI officials were, he said, citing Andrew Weissmann.
The second "whistleblower
With the first “whistleblower” story on President Trump’s phone call with the Ukrainian President crumbling faster than Soviet-era concrete (we don’t even know the person’s name and we’ve already heard that he/she/xe is an anti-Trump, Obama-era CIA operative with only second- and third-hand knowledge who failed to disclose coordination with Adam Schiff on the whistleblower form, which could constitute felony false statement), the Dems are rushing forward their next “whistleblower.” I suspect they've got a long line of them that they’ve had planted in the White House waiting until they got desperate or crazy enough to pull the trigger on impeachment, so they can try to convince us that the sheer number of accusers is an adequate replacement for real evidence. At this point, bringing in more “whistleblowers” won’t convince Trump supporters that he’s a bad guy, it will just convince them that he’s correct to suspect that he’s surrounded by Deep State saboteurs, so he’d better lock all his important records up in the strongest safe in the place.
This “second whistleblower” is said to be better than the first because this one has “firsthand” knowledge of Trump’s phone call. What, the phone call Trump has already released a transcript of? Call me when you have something more convincing, like Gertie the telephone operator, who was listening in to all of Trump’s phone calls on the party line.
The first isn't really a "whistleblower" either says Rolling Stone writer
By Mike Huckabee
I don’t want to leave myself open to criticism that I only listen to one side or present slanted news (believe me, we read news from across the political spectrum; if my take comes out conservative, it’s because we try to evaluate things for what they’re worth.) Just so you don’t think I’m mocking this “Ukrainegate” hysteria as nonsense simply because I’m a Trump partisan, I’m going to link to a piece by the chief political reporter of one of the most kneejerk leftist outlets in the world, Rolling Stone.
This is by Matt Taibbi, who is the furthest thing from a Trump partisan, as you’ll see in this piece. Even he smells a rat in the “Ukrainegate whistleblower” tale and writes, “This current ‘scandal’ is a caricature version of such episodes.”
Huck PAC contributes to conservatives
By Mike Huckabee
In 2019, Huck PAC has donated $227,800 directly to candidates (1 Presidential Candidate, 13 US Senate races, 28 US House races, 2 Governors races and 3 state races). Our latest disbursement to candidates includes:
$5,000 -- John Katko NY 24
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$5,000 Ann Wagner (MO-2)
US Senate Incumbents
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I wanted to make sure you also read these comments:
Just this year alone, a prominent political figure has taken to social media to repost and promote four different stories that turned out to be hoaxes. Wow, can you believe what a dumb, lying ignoramus that Donald Trump is? Why, I…
Oh, wait. It wasn’t Trump. It was Rep. Rashida Tlaib of AOC’s “squad,” who has leapt to promote and wholeheartedly take a public stand on four alleged hate crime stories that later fell apart.
So far, no apologies or retractions from her on any of them. Come on, even the New York Times occasionally runs a correction of one of its fake news stories on page B-37.
I’m so sorry to report that my long-time Fox colleague and personal friend Todd Starnes has left Fox News. Earlier reports that it was because of comments he made about Democrats and abortion on his radio show Monday were denied by Fox executives, who said Starnes’ departure was already in the works.
His voice was a solid voice for conservative and Christian issues and is one of the most articulate and creative voices speaking about the changing culture. I’m sure he’ll keep speaking out via his radio show, books, column and website, www.toddstarnes.com.
Bible Verse of the Day (KJV)
"And ye shall serve the Lord your God, and he shall bless thy bread, and thy water; and I will take sickness away from the midst of thee."
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