Moron Watergate is on for another roller-coaster week of disinformation about the rule of law and constitutional oaths
Trump Blows Up And Says He’s Getting “F*cking Killed” On Impeachment – https://t.co/lnfmnfCMVF
— juju (@jjsmokkieBOY57) November 4, 2019
Politico had the insider account:
He’s ravenously consuming news about the subject — primarily through a friendly lens. From the Oval Office to the White House residence to Air Force One, he’s closely tracking how Republican members of Congress are digesting the latest revelations on his handling of Ukraine, and monitoring their statements for any sign of hesitation or perceived disloyalty.
“We’re getting fucking killed,” Trump often gripes — a complaint about media coverage that is escalating in volume and frequency amid the impeachment probe, according to a Republican close to the White House. “He does make that comment literally every day.”
Outing an anonymous whistleblower is illegal:
15 USC §2087—Whistleblower Protection
6 USC §625—Whistleblower Protections
5 USC §2302(b)—1989 Whistleblower Protection Act
Trump is trying to deflect facts—He extorted Ukraine to dig up dirt on Biden’s son to throw the 2020 election https://t.co/VjngpMCgLD
— Trinity (@TrinityResists) November 3, 2019
Trump retweeted this, because he doesn’t know how impeachment works.
Elizabeth Warren would destroy jobs and the middle class. If elected she must be impeached. https://t.co/kExZZ8HYuY
— Mark R. Levin (@marklevinshow) November 1, 2019
oh well now THIS is juicy…
"Kushner (allegedly) gave the green light to MBS to arrest the dissident journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, who was later murdered and dismembered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul."
— Dennis Herring (@dcherring) November 3, 2019
What are these @WhiteHouse officials hiding from the American people?
Also, this is yet more evidence of Obstruction of Congress, which is an impeachable offense. https://t.co/okeGavbBjr
— Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) November 4, 2019
As Trump administration officials refuse calls to testify in the impeachment proceedings, here’s a look at how the White House has outlined its legal argument against the impeachment inquiry. https://t.co/oeZhfRJ1DM
— NPR (@NPR) November 4, 2019