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  1. The Globalists are already taking on one of the few sane Democrats with what else? Muh Russia! Quid pro nothing: Trump accusers don’t care about the facts Everyone who already thought the case for President Trump’s impeachment was a slam-dunk went berserk Thursday, claiming that acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney had just admitted to a quid pro quo with Ukraine. Except that what Mulvaney “admitted” is that the administration was doing what it should — pushing a foreign government to cooperate in getting to the bottom of foreign interference in the 2016 campaign. Virtually every media outlet in America — certainly all those that jumped on Mulvaney’s remarks — has spent most of the last three years painting such foreign interference as the blackest possible crime. In fact, all Mulvaney did was repeat yet again that Trump “was worried about corruption with that nation” — and specifically say those worries extended to cooperation in “the look-back to what happened in 2016.” Asked if Ukraine’s uncertainty about probing those matters was linked to the US holdup of military aid, he said “yes” — clarifying hours later that it wasn’t a quid pro quo. Which it couldn’t be: Ukraine didn’t know about the holdup until weeks after President Volodymyr Zelensky’s call with Trump.
  2. 3 weeks my ass, if they put him in that soon they're really risking the future health of Mahomes which would be a tragedy. The Chiefs better play it safe and pick up another QB via free agency or trade.
  3. As usual Greggy has a reading comprehension problem and bought the MSM headlines that claimed the exact opposite of what Mulvaney said: Those are the terms you use. Go look at what [U.S. Ambassador to the European Union] Gordon Sondland said today in his testimony — was that, I think, in his opening statement — he said something along the lines of, they were trying to get the “deliverable,” and the deliverable was a statement by the Ukraine about how they were going to deal with corruption. Okay? Go read his testimony, if you haven’t already. And what he says, and he’s right, that’s absolutely ordinary course of business. This is what you do. When you have someone come to the White House — when you either arrange a visit for the president, you have a phone call with the president — a lot of times we use that as the opportunity to get them to make a statement of their policy, or to announce something that they are going to do. It’s one of the reasons you can sort of announce that on the phone call or at the meeting. This is the ordinary course of foreign policy. But don't take my word for it. Watch his conference yourself. https://hooktube.com/watch?v=Ns4QwN27P58
  4. Yeah, hmmmm, no mention of Biden, Pelosi, Romney, and Kerry who's kids have all accepted prestigious positions on foreign corporations due to the influence of their parents which is basically a work around to the emoluments clause. Take 2 Trumpenols and don't call me in the morning.
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