Hey, here’s some impeachment news you can use, courtesy of the intrepid firefighters at CNN: President Trump has tweeted and retweeted 30 times on impeachment today (so far) https://t.co/vliBG3r9Kn pic.twitter.com/l8zoXoFHp2 — CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) November 13, 2019 Brian Stelter, Oliver Darcy, and the rest of the CNN Guardians of TruthRead More →

It’s been clear for some time that C.J. Pearson is in way over his head. The young grifter and alleged “conservative” has a knack for punching far above his intellectual weight as well as aligning himself with people of highly questionable character. So it should come as no surprise that]]Read More →

Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff’s been Grand Marshal of the Impeachment Parade pretty much since the beginning, but suddenly he’s pretending he’s Mr. Cautious Approach. Check out his take on the proceedings so far: .@RepAdamSchiff: “I’m reserving judgment” on whether Trump should be impeached pic.twitter.com/w0lXCorhnf — Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) November 13,Read More →

On Wednesday the House Intelligence Committee will commence with the first impeachment inquiry hearing that will be open to the public and televised. The New York Post seems to have a finger on the pulse of how so many people view the entire process: Tomorrow's cover… https://t.co/hCNXeJ4WB5 pic.twitter.com/9bZ3dZfH6G — NewRead More →

Donald Trump’s critics have yet to prove conclusively that he’s a Russian asset, but this from MSNBC analyst Malcolm Nance may be the most convincing argument we’ve heard to date: https://twitter.com/thedailybeast/status/1194322735138246656 More from the Daily Beast: Citing reporting by The Guardian, Nance said that there were indicators that Trump had beenRead More →

Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer might have drawn the ire of lefties after getting voted forward time after time on “Dancing With the Stars,” but on Monday night that came to an end. Spicer thanked President Trump for his support: Thank you @POTUS @realDonaldTrump I can’t begin toRead More →

Ghghhjhh when arguments fail, go after character. Dowd can't come up with a concrete reason why he's so miserable, so it has to be that he's morally superior. https://t.co/UzgO3zt1GO — GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) November 11, 2019 ]] Read more: twitchy.com