DML Briefing: Nov 7
The following list of stories are the one I am following today, November 7.
1-Whistleblower’s attorney called for impeachment in 2017
According to Fox News, the attorney representing the whistleblower at the center of House Democrats’ formal impeachment inquiry is under fire for January 2017 tweets in which he wrote “a coup has started” in the “first of many steps” and promised that “impeachment will follow ultimately.” Then, in July 2017, Mark Zaid remarked on Twitter, “I predict @CNN will play a key role in @realDonaldTrump not finishing out his full term as president.” Also that month, Zaid tweeted, “We will get rid of him, and this country is strong enough to survive even him and his supporters.”
DML: Impeachment: The next hoax by Democrats… geez, they don’t cover up very well.
2-Trump-Ukraine House impeachment inquiry to start ‘open hearings’ Nov. 13
Fox News is also reporting that the House Intelligence Committee will hold its first open hearings next week as part of the formal impeachment inquiry into President Trump, featuring current and former officials with knowledge of the Ukraine controversy. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., made the announcement on Twitter.
DML: Your taxpayer money at work.
3-LA Times accused of ‘blaming’ cartel massacre victims for their own deaths
The Los Angeles Times faced fierce backlash for its coverage of the nine Americans murdered by a Mexican drug cartel this week after a report highlighted the family’s “long history of violence.” At least six children and three women living in a faith-based community of U.S. citizens in Mexico were shot to death Monday in the northern part of the country, and six more children were wounded after their convoy came under fire during a brazen daylight ambush believed to have been carried out by gunmen affiliated with cartels.
DML: The liberal media has no shame.
4- Warren slipping in polls
According to Axios, Elizabeth Warren, who rose to the top with big liberal bets, is banking a big slice of her presidential run on full-throated support for Medicare for All. Warren is taking a beating on social media after claiming middle-class Americans won’t pay higher taxes to fund health care coverage fully paid for by taxpayers. Her poll numbers nationally are slipping.
DML: Biden will get the nomination.
5- Twitter employees and Saudi Arabia spy plot
The Justice Department has charged two former Twitter employees with spying for the Saudi government, marking the first time federal prosecutors have publicly accused Saudis of spying in the United States. Reportedly, Saudi officials recruited the employees at the social media company to look up the private data of thousands of Twitter accounts whose users were critics of the Saudi government.
DML: Recruit off this… Saudi Arabia is not a friend or an ally, they play the US like a grand piano.
6- Melania Trump’s hospital visit to sick babies draws protests
First lady Melania Trump visited a Boston hospital Wednesday to meet with caregivers and administrators of a pioneering program that uses cuddling to help infants who are born dependent on drugs or alcohol. Outside Boston Medical Center in the city’s South End, as many as 200 workers protested the visit, saying the first lady represented an administration who they say has discouraged immigrants from seeking health care with tough immigration policies. Some carried signs reading “BMC cares for all patients” and “We believe that healthy women = healthy families = healthy society.”
DML: This is almost so sickening it is comical. These folks need to chill out. I wish I could say that my DML PURE CBD would do the trick, but unfortunately my product doesn’t cure stupid. But it can make all the leg, neck, back and muscle pain go away, or so I am told by countless customers. Why are you living in pain? Go to DMLcbd.com NOW.
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- REPORT: Details emerge of connection between Schiff aide and alleged whistleblower
- VIDEO: Jordan calls out Schiff during heated exchange while grilling Vindman
- VIDEO: Prince Andrew’s ex speaks out on Epstein
- REPORT: Pence’s office responds to Sondland’s testimony claiming he raised concerns about investigations
- VIDEO: Witness makes admission about Ukranian phone call, Schiff jumps in to halt Nunes’s questioning
- POLL: Is Pelosi jeopardizing the integrity of the 2020 elections?
- EXCLUSIVE: Mitch McConnell comments on likelihood of Senate impeaching Trump [VIDEO]
- Morning briefing: Nov 20
- BREAKING: Britain’s Prince Andrew steps down from public duties, citing Epstein ties
- EXCLUSIVE: Homeless crisis takes its toll, prompting question: How much more can we take?