Trump Eviscerates Democrats’ Impeachment Charges

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On Tues­day, for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump’s lawyers Bruce L. Cas­tor, Jr., and David Schoen released Trump’s answer to the Democ­rats’ arti­cle of impeach­ment accus­ing him of “incite­ment of insur­rec­tion.” Trump’s response breaks the Democ­rats’ impeach­ment arti­cle into eight sep­a­rate alle­ga­tions and responds to each claim. In a nut­shell, the for­mer pres­i­dent argues that it is uncon­sti­tu­tion­al for the Sen­ate to remove a pres­i­dent when he has already left office and that he is inno­cent of the Democ­rats’ charges.

Trump asks the Sen­ate to “dis­miss Arti­cle I: Incite­ment of Insur­rec­tion against him as moot, and thus in vio­la­tion of the Con­sti­tu­tion, because the Sen­ate lacks juris­dic­tion to remove from office a man who does not hold office. In the alter­na­tive, the 45th Pres­i­dent respect­ful­ly requests the Sen­ate acquit him on the mer­its of the alle­ga­tions raised in the arti­cle of impeachment.”

Supreme Court Strikes Emoluments Clause Cases Against Trump

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On Mon­day, the Supreme Court refused to take up two cas­es involv­ing claims that Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump ille­gal­ly prof­it­ed off of his pres­i­den­cy by vio­lat­ing the Emol­u­ments Clause. The Court direct­ed two fed­er­al appeals courts to dis­miss the case as moot. Both sides had agreed the issue became moot after Trump’s term end­ed on Jan­u­ary 20, 2021.

The Supreme Court declined to take up Trump v. CREW and Trump v. Dis­trict of Colum­bia, remand­ing the cas­es to the Sec­ond Cir­cuit Court of Appeals and the Fourth Cir­cuit Court of Appeals, respec­tive­ly. The Court instruct­ed the appeals courts to “dis­miss the case as moot,” cit­ing Unit­ed States v. Mun­sing­wear (1950), in which the Supreme Court upheld a dis­missal for moot­ness after both par­ties claimed the mat­ter was moot.

Biden White House Website Asks Deranged Question

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It’s dif­fi­cult to look at the new White House web­site since it has now changed over to reflect the new admin­is­tra­tion, but a small detail is par­tic­u­lar­ly cringeworthy.

If you want to con­tact the White House and use the con­tact form on the site, you will see that users now have the option to select their pre­ferred pronouns.

If you select the “Oth­er” option, the form auto­mat­i­cal­ly gives you the option of enter­ing in your cus­tom pro­nouns if none of the four oth­er options meet your needs.

WHO Warns of a ‘Catastrophic Moral Failure’

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The pro­fes­sion­al nags at the World Health Orga­ni­za­tion are at it again. Direc­tor-Gen­er­al Tedros Adhanom Ghe­breye­sus said the world was on the brink of a “cat­a­stroph­ic moral fail­ure” for the inequitable dis­tri­b­u­tion of the COVID vaccine.

The WHO chief said that the “recent emer­gence of rapid­ly-spread­ing vari­ants makes the rapid and equi­table roll­out of vac­cines all the more impor­tant.” He said that there have been 39 mil­lion vac­cine dos­es dis­trib­uted in 49 rich West­ern coun­tries, and only 25 dos­es in one of the poorest.


Begin­ning his speech, Tedros had empha­sized that the devel­op­ment and approval of safe coro­n­avirus vac­cines less than a year after the virus’ emer­gence in Chi­na, in late 2019, was a “stun­ning achieve­ment and a much need­ed source of hope.”

How­ev­er, he added that “it’s not right that younger, health­i­er adults in rich coun­tries are vac­ci­nat­ed before health work­ers and old­er peo­ple in poor­er countries.”

Democrats Reaching to Tie Congressional Republicans to the Riot

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It’s too bad duel­ing has been out­lawed. If an occa­sion ever called for pis­tols at 20 paces, this is it.

Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep. Steve Cohen is all but accus­ing Col­orado Rep. Lau­ren Boe­bert of con­duct­ing a “recon­nais­sance tour” of the Capi­tol “some­time after the 3rd and before the 6th” of Jan­u­ary with a large group of peo­ple. The accu­sa­tion is that some of the peo­ple on that tour were among those who breached the Capi­tol build­ing on the 6th.

The Demo­c­rat is accus­ing Boe­bert of what amounts to aid­ing and abet­ting an insurrection.

The Grio:

“We saw Con­gress­man Boe­bert tak­ing a group of peo­ple for a tour some­time after the 3rd and before the 6th,” Cohen remarked on CNN. His mem­o­ry was trig­gered by Rep. John Yarmuth, who wit­nessed the alleged tours with Cohen.

“She had a large group with her …It was pret­ty clear that her team is the team…she is not on the home team, she was with the vis­i­tors,” he claimed.

Biden Reveals His First Extreme Executive Orders

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The new pres­i­dent is plan­ning to issue an exec­u­tive order that would rescind Don­ald Trump’s trav­el ban — referred to as a “Mus­lim Ban” in lib­er­al cir­cles — and order the U.S. to rejoin the Paris Cli­mate Accords that Don­ald Trump wise­ly left in 2015.

The rea­son Biden is issu­ing an exec­u­tive order for both is that Con­gress would prob­a­bly oppose lift­ing the trav­el ban and would nev­er in a mil­lion years vol­un­tar­i­ly rejoin the Paris cli­mate deal if it was pre­sent­ed as a treaty requir­ing 2/3 approval of the Sen­ate. But Biden wants to make a splash his first few days in office and sig­nal that a new sher­iff is in town and things are going to change radically.

IT BEGINS: Trump to Declassify ‘Foot-High Stack’ of Documents

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With less than a week left in office, Pres­i­dent Trump is declas­si­fy­ing a “mas­sive trove” of FBI doc­u­ments relat­ing to Oba­m­a­gate, includ­ing FBI doc­u­ments “show­ing the Rus­sia col­lu­sion sto­ry was leaked in the final weeks of the 2016 elec­tion in an effort to coun­ter­act Hillary Clinton’s email scan­dal,” reports Just The News

The doc­u­ments could be released as ear­ly as Fri­day, and are said to include “FBI inter­views and human source eval­u­a­tion reports for two of the main infor­mants in the Rus­sia case, for­mer MI6 agent Christo­pher Steele and aca­d­e­m­ic Ste­fan Halper.”

Tom Cotton Suggests It’s Unconstitutional to Impeach Trump After January 20

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When the House of Rep­re­sen­ta­tives vot­ed to impeach Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump a sec­ond time on Wednes­day, Sen­ate Major­i­ty Leader Mitch McConnell (R‑Ky.) had already announced that the Sen­ate would not recon­vene until Jan­u­ary 19, one day before Joe Biden’s inau­gu­ra­tion on Jan­u­ary 20. This means that the process of impeach­ment would be guar­an­teed to con­tin­ue after Trump had left office.

Pro­ce­du­ral­ly, there is no rea­son why the Sen­ate could not hold an impeach­ment tri­al to con­vict or acquit Don­ald Trump after he ceas­es to be pres­i­dent. How­ev­er, Sen. Tom Cot­ton (R‑Ark.) insist­ed that such a post-pres­i­den­tial impeach­ment would vio­late the Constitution.

Lefty Journos Falsely Claim Louie Gohmert Called for ‘Uprisings.’ He Was Quoting Pelosi

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In the debate over impeach­ment on Wednes­day, Rep. Louie Gohmert (R‑Texas) quot­ed Pelosi’s words, argu­ing that if Con­gress impeach­es Trump for “incite­ment of insur­rec­tion,” Democ­rats would not arguably fall afoul of that stan­dard themselves.

Yet in an episode wor­thy of the Baby­lon Bee, left-lean­ing jour­nal­ists accused Gohmert of encour­ag­ing “upris­ings.” (Most of them lat­er acknowl­edged the words belonged to Pelosi.)

“Louis Gohmert: ‘I don’t know why there aren’t more upris­ings all over the coun­try,’” Politi­co Man­ag­ing Edi­tor Blake Houn­shell tweeted.

Facebook, Twitter Pay Hefty Price for Booting Trump

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Face­book and Twit­ter crossed the Rubi­con by final­ly ban­ning Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump, spark­ing a mass exo­dus of con­ser­v­a­tives from their plat­forms. As it turns out, this move like­ly also cost them finan­cial­ly, to the tune of bil­lions of dollars.

This week, Face­book and Twit­ter col­lec­tive­ly lost $51.2 bil­lion in mar­ket val­ue, Busi­ness Insid­er report­ed. Facebook’s stock mar­ket val­ue dropped $47.6 bil­lion while Twitter’s val­ue dropped by $3.5 bil­lion. Both Face­book and Twit­ter lost val­ue on Mon­day and Tues­day, while Twit­ter regained some of its val­ue on Wednes­day with Face­book waver­ing at its pre­vi­ous clos­ing level.


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