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Anti-Trump Republican Congressman Justin Amash Earns A Primary Opponent

Rep. Amash and his family have been sketchy, if not downright deceptive about their business in Red China. Now, in the middle of President Trump's effort to protect American jobs and national security against Red Chinese attacks Amash suddenly thinks Trump should be impeached. Click here to learn more about Amash's opponent Michigan state Representative Jim Lower.

Obama-Appointed Judge Allows Democrats To Subpoena Trump Business Records

In a ruling that should chill the heart of every American who values his Fourth Amendment rights, Obama-appointed DC District Court Judge Amit Mehta has refused to quash a Democrat subpoena for President Trump’s business records from before he was President. Would he have done the same for a Republican-issued subpoena for Obama's college records, birth certificate and passport records?

Impeachment is a bad strategy for Dems – but right now it’s the only one they’ve got

John Feehery, Fox News

For the members of the progressive left, what matters most is victory for their agenda. Politics has become a desperate blood sport, and the left has lost all perspective when it comes to President Trump. Trump’s approval ratings are now higher than President Barack Obama’s at a similar stage in his term. You know why? The economy is booming and the president is showing that he is a strong leader who is willing to stick up for America. Every day that the Democrats stick to the impeachment script is a day wasted that could go to making significant progress on issues important to the average American.

A fever subsides, leaving Democrats to focus on 2016

Wesley Pruden, Washington Times

Certain semi-learned commentators have described the impeachment talk as the last gasp of a dying movement to show the Donald to the door, emoluments and all, and that may seem so, but other gasps are coming. The Democrats have given up on 2020, and want to concentrate on 2016. In the absence of precision, impeachment has come to mean what President Gerald Ford said it means: “An impeachable offense is whatever a majority of the House of Representatives considers it to be at a given moment of history.” That sounds about right. But despite the Democratic racket and ruin noise machine, we aren’t there yet.

Anti-Trump Crazies Urge Impeachment on Cringing Dems

David Catron, The American Spectator

On impeachment, the Democrats are caught betweenScylla and Charybdis. The “news” media, the far left wing of their own caucus, and their most vocal paymaster want President Trump thrown over the side to appease the gods of the deep state. But the electorate isn’t there. The voters aren’t naïve enough to think Trump is as pure as the driven snow, but most have by now concluded that the nonstop calumny to which he has been subjected for the last three years is unfair at best. In the end, the Democrats don’t have any good choices.

Come On Democrats, Impeach Trump!

Kurt Schlichter, Townhall

You must impeach President Trump today! And I am not saying that because I think it would be hilarious if you let the nimrods who actually run your shabby party lead you into a political disaster of epic proportions. I am not saying that because it would result in a crushing backlash in next year’s elections as the American people rebuke you Democrats for your gibbering insanity and asinine coup-plotting. My interest is totally in seeking justice n’ stuff. If you don’t impeach him, you hate justice. Don’t betray your party and America, Nancy. Impeach him. Do it now.

For some Dems, breaking up with dossier is hard to do

Byron York, Washington Examiner

Now in charge of the House Intelligence Committee, Schiff has begun an all-new Trump-Russia investigation. As part of that, he has hired as an investigator former federal prosecutor Daniel Goldman, who just a few months ago said of the Steele dossier, "Nothing has been undermined thus far." Some Democrats, even those who have access to highly classified intelligence and should know better, will give up the dossier only when, as gun lovers used to say, you pry their cold, dead fingers from it. Mueller report or no Mueller report, for some high-ranking Trump adversaries, the dossier lives on.

House Dems send message: Impeachment is on

Byron York, Washington Examiner

Rep. Jerrold Nadler's Sunday talk with ABC was the clearest indication yet that Democrats have decided to impeach Trump and are now simply doing the legwork involved in making that happen. And that means the debate among House Democrats will be a tactical one -- what is the best time and way to go forward -- rather than a more fundamental discussion of whether the president should be impeached. The timing decision is still up in the air, as is an overarching communications plan, but impeachment is on.

The Democratic Party: A Study in Terminal Lucidity

David Catron, The American Spectator

The current ascendency of the Democrats in the House of Representatives and a few state offices here and there constitutes little more than the party’s temporary state of terminal lucidity as death draws nigh. This end-of-life rally doesn’t signify any real change in the syndrome that has been slowly killing the Democratic Party — the lethal combination of identity politics, utopian socialist fantasies, and TDS. This disease doomed Hillary Clinton in 2016, and it can’t be cured by comediennes like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez or crazies like Rashida Tlaib.

What, precisely, do Democrats want to impeach Trump for?

Byron York, Washington Examiner

Judging by the articles currently on the table, Democrats will have to raise their impeachment game if they choose to go forward with an attempt to remove the president. Democrats' recent remarks might direct attention to the lawmakers who are currently advocating impeachment, and the actual content of the articles they have filed. Is that what the party wants? Green, Sherman, Cohen, et al are on the fringes of the Democratic caucus. But at some point, the big Democratic guns will take over the impeachment effort, and the public will see how serious they are about removing the president.

Senator Lindsey Graham Makes A Great Point

Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday, “We’ll have offers on the table when we find somebody that’s not crazy to deal with…” judging by what the Democrats’ leaders are saying it looks like it is going to be a long shutdown, if it can’t end until someone who is not crazy represents them at the negotiating table.

Democrats Keep Their Promises

Much as we dislike the substance of the Democrats’ promises, as Republican Rep. Tom Reed’s flirtation with voting for the Democratic rules package demonstrates, it is hard to argue with the appeal of politicians who actually do what they say they will do, even if what they promise is a disaster waiting to happen.

House Republicans First Mistake – Playing On The Democrats’ Field

The House Republicans first day in the minority got off to an inauspicious start via Rep. Liz Cheney’s nomination of Kevin McCarthy as Speaker of the House. Our recommendation is that Rep. Liz Cheney fire whoever wrote the McCarthy nomination speech for her because there was certainly nothing in what she said yesterday that would drive any news cycle.

Mining CSPAN for Democrat Impeachment Gold

To put the Democrats’ hypocrisy on what is and is not an impeachable offense in context, our friend Ben Weingarten compared comments made by Rep. Jerold Nadler following the release of the sentencing memorandum for the president’s former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, with what Nadler said during the Bill Clinton impeachment.

Trump Committed No Campaign Finance Crime in Cohen Matter

Mark J. Fitzgibbons, The Daily Caller

Husband, father, billionaire businessman, and reality TV star Trump clearly would have reason to settle these tawdry matters irrespective of his run for office. Payments by Trump on behalf of Trump are in no way a corrupting influence on Trump. There is no reason for them to be disclosed to the FEC. This knowledge of law will not satiate the zeal of many who wish to put President Trump behind bars, but any attempt to prosecute him under these campaign finance theories would be irresponsible.

The Democrats’ Delusions Drive The Trump Impeachment Narrative

Democrats have convinced themselves that Donald Trump’s election was fraud, not a revolution against the Leftwing establishment consensus in Washington. So, while the narrative has shifted from Russian collusion to real or imagined campaign finance violations, the underlying concept that Donald Trump was “fraudulently” elected President hasn’t shifted at all.

Of Course Trump Will Be Impeached

David Catron, The American Spectator

Republicans will begin this process with a majority of 53-47. That means a minimum of twenty Republicans would have to defect to the other side of the aisle, assuming the Democrats sustain the kind of solidarity they maintained during the 1999 Clinton trial. This would be an excellent opportunity to identify the remaining RINOs still lurking in the Republican ranks, but impeachment would be incredibly disruptive to the orderly operation of the government and conclusively demonstrate that the Democrats have no agenda at all — beyond resisting President Trump and thwarting the will of the voters.

Give Thanks For Ron DeSantis And Rick Scott

The aim of Steyer, Soros and their network of Far-Left megadonors wasn’t just electing another progressive governor, it was putting Florida out of reach of Republican presidential candidates forever. Thanks to Ron DeSantis and Rick Scott that didn’t happen, and the Democrats’ well-planned election fraud was stymied and turned over to federal authorities for criminal investigation.

See The Conservative Election Ads And Videos The Leftist Media Wants To Block

The MRC has documented how the Leftwing media has gone all out this election cycle to block or ban conservative political content. To get around this unseen election interference ConservativeHQ.com has collected some of the best and most hard-hitting videos from conservative organizations, news sources, Republican candidates and internet citizen journalists.