Yesterday, December 23, day two of pardonpalooza, saw 26 more full pardons and three individual sentences that were fully or partially commuted. That followed Tuesday's warm-up exercise when Trump issued 15 pardons and five commutations. Three notable pardons on day two were Paul Manafort, Charles Kushner, and Roger Stone. Seeing Paul Manafort pardoned was particularly … Continue reading Grumpy Grampa’s Revenge Hell- Day II
I want to open this post with a reminder to readers; these are my opinions, but they are based on facts, the sources of which are sited at the end of each post. Any comments to my posts that resort to personal attacks or name-calling will be filed as spam. I would also add, name-calling … Continue reading More Impeachment Hearing No-Shows
This morning we learned the shocking news of the untimely death at age 68, of Congressman Elija Cummings. Representative Elijah Cummings, was a Democrat from Baltimore, a civil rights advocate who became one of the White House squatter's fiercest opponents in Congress and was frequently on the receiving end of his racially undertoned barbs. It … Continue reading People in Politics Today
Last weeks big news story revealed that a whistleblower warned the intelligence community's inspector general of a “disturbing phone call" between POTUS 45 and Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelensky. The warning was deemed credible and urgent. The DOJ has refused to comply with its legal obligation to release the transcript to Congress. Attorney General Bill Barr … Continue reading Can We Impeach Him NOW?
Former acting Attorney General, Matthew Whitaker, has been asked to return to the Judiciary Committee to "clarify" his February 8 testimony, because they suspect he committed perjury. Perjury is a felony. A person convicted of perjury under federal law may face up to five years in prison and fines. A new report claims Donald Trump's former doormat, … Continue reading Trump’s 3 Matts