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When Americans look back on this sad saga, they'll see a rigged process that forever damaged the remedy of impeachment. Speaker Pelosi got nothing from the Senate, but Americans got worse than nothing—they got stuck with the bill for a costly, never-ending investigation.
Hunter Biden “isn’t a relevant witness” according to the DNC/MSM, but him making millions from a corrupt Ukrainian oil Co started all of this. I did 30 hours of testimony in front Congress for an unsolicited 20 minute meeting, but he can do that shit for years and nothing? GTFO
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I still find it very easy to get different opinions and POVs on social media. I don't disagree the left are trying to censor social media but so far their efforts have been a total failure. Social media is also not the same as the internet which is still very much uncensored.
1 I've talked at times about the lack of DC politicians understanding the internet/social media. How they continue to act like it's the 1990's instead of 2018. Hillary lost because she ran a perfect campaign. It was perfect if you still lived in the 90's. She bought off the media
You can also help by tweeting .@POTUS to Demand original 302 and audit trail of changes using #exonerateFlynn and reporting that the DOJs corrupt prosecutor Brandan Van Grack has lied and failed in is oath and duty to uphold the law and serve justice. TY #DigitalSoldiers #MAGA
THIS MESSAGE IS FOR NANCY PELOSI Im sick of the Democrats harassing President @realDonaldTrump WHAT ARE THEY ON? They have to be drunk or on drugs to want to impeach a great President PLEASE RETWEET THIS & TAG @SpeakerPelosi so She can answer my questions and hear my message
Tuesday’s debate was yet another example of our leaders’ political cowardice on Afghanistan. They have no plan but are unwilling to leave, so they tell the public we’re “drawing down” and push the burden onto special ops communities that pay the price.