We Must Demand Congress Impeach Trump

Demand impeachment

The politicians are failing us once again. Robert Mueller has failed to make the case for impeachment. And Democrats want to play political games by officially taking impeachment off the table. They want to be able to run against what they believe is a weakened president. They are assuming their party will sweep the elections in 2020. We can’t base our national survival on what they believe Democrats are convinced will happen. They also thought that Hillary would beat Trump in 2016.

Therefore it is up to us, We The People, to act and demand Trump be forced from office.

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The Secret Service Spoke Out About Trump Letting Spies Into Mar-a-Lago So Trump Fired The Director

With all good dictators, they don’t make mistakes. If there was a breach at mar-a-lago then it’s someone else who is to blame. And if that someone else complains they are removed. Eventually there will be no one else to fire. Because only Donald Trump is competent:

The Secret Service didn’t make a mistake in the Zhang case, but Trump wants a Secret Service director who will not try to keep his properties secure. Randolph Ailes is out as Secret Service Direct possibly because he wanted better security at Trump’s properties.

The Secret Service spoke out about the security issues at Mar-a-Lago and the result was Trump trashing national security to likely place one of his own loyalists in charge. Ailes was also fired because he was loyal to former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, but never underestimate the fact that competence and following the law are traits that will always be punished by Donald Trump.

Mnuchin is Violating the Law by Interfering in the Turning over of Trump’s Taxes

More law breaking by Mnuchin:

North Korea is playing Trump, just as it did with past presidents

Trump has a thing about being duped by dictators:

To the editor: In calling into question White House national security advisor John Bolton’stake-it-or-leave-it approach to North Korea’s nuclear disarmament, Robert Carlin ignores the commitment Kim Jong Un made in the Singapore summit joint statement, namely the “firm and unwavering commitment to complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.”

Since the Singapore summit last June, U.S. intelligence reported the continuing production of nuclear weapons materials, weapons and delivery systems. Contrary to Carlin’s presumption, Trump’s pragmatism has not proved to be superior to efforts by prior U.S. administrations nor those of South Korea and the International Atomic Energy Agency, which repeatedly negotiated nuclear elimination deals that Pyongyang violated.

Trump’s presidency has produced a small army of whistleblowers — and they’re secretly working with House Democrats

The Democrat-controlled House Oversight Committee now claims that it is secretly in contact with “dozens” of people inside and outside the Trump administration who wish to expose its wrongdoing.

House Democrats told The Atlantic that “there is a small army of whistleblowers from across the government who have been working in secret with the House Oversight Committee to report on alleged malfeasance inside the Trump administration.”

A senior aide from the panel said that there are “dozens” of whistleblowers cooperating with the committee who either currently or previously worked within Donald Trump’s administration.

Source: Raw Story

Michael Cohen finds hard drive with files he thinks Congress should see

More headaches for the Don:

Michael Cohen’s attorneys sent lawmakers a letter on Thursday, letting them know that President Trump’s former personal lawyer and fixer has more information to offer.

In the letter, Lanny Davis and Michael Monico revealed that Cohen recently found a hard drive with “substantial” files on it, which might be helpful to investigators, CNN reports. In February, Cohen testified in front of lawmakers, accusing Trump of financial fraud. This came two months after he was sentenced to three years in prison for financial crimes, campaign finance violations, and lying to Congress.

Trump Says Wind Turbine Noise Causes Cancer. (It Does Not.)

I’m pretty sure listening to Donald Trump on a regular basis causes illness, though.

President Trump has long despised wind power. He has repeatedly blamed wind turbines for killing birds (which they do at a lower rate than other energy sources) and for allegedly causing electrical power to halt when the wind stops blowing (in fact, electricity grids using mixed power sources and battery storage have solved this problem.) In a speech tonight to House Republicans, Trump claimed that wind turbines cause cancer.

“They say the noise causes cancer,” the president of the United States asserted.

Wind turbines do not cause cancer. Some people blame the noise for causing a variety of other health ailments, but these charges have zero scientific validity. Cancer is not caused by noises of any kind.

A power source that does cause many health problems, including cancer, is coal, an extremely dirty fuel Trump loves and has attempted to bolster, with almost no success. Aside from costing more to produce energy than other sources of power, and in addition to enormous air pollution side effects, coal also emits greenhouse gases in large amounts. Though this of course is another aspect of science Trump rejects.