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IMPEACHMENT the Sequel

By admin / December 27, 2019

The likelihood of Trump being removed from office by the Senate is zero. However, the Democrats may be preparing to impeach Trump twice. While this current impeachment is unconstitutional and focused on this nonsense with Ukraine, Congress is pursuing in the courts the strategy to compel White House counsel Don McGahn to testify, who defied […]

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The Democrats’ Impeachment is Unconstitutional

By admin / December 26, 2019

To achieve this impeachment, the Democrats ORDERED all Democrats “MUST” vote for impeachment even if they disagreed. This is clearly a total denial of the democratic foundation of the United States. We have people who run for office and tell you what they personally stand for. Then they get to Washington and the Party tells […]

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Impeachment Coup to Overthrow Trump

By admin / December 24, 2019

https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Biden-Ukraine.mp4 It has been obvious that the Intelligence community has tried to both prevent Trump from being elected and to overthrow his presidency. This Impeachment has turned into an outright coup. Here we have Joe Biden publicly admitting he withheld money UNLESS Ukraine fired the prosecutor who was investigating the company that hired his son […]

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Impeachment Chaos

By admin / December 22, 2019

The entire impeachment process is bringing into focus serious constitutional questions. First, Congress must actually send the impeachment documents to the Senate. This cannot be done simply on a phone call or by telling the press. Pelosi has now delayed sending the articles of Impeachment for the Democrats are playing games. All along they claimed […]

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Trump is 3rd President to be Impeached – But Will This Cost the Democrats?

By admin / December 19, 2019

The House voted to impeach Trump as expect along party lines 230-197 to charge Trump with abuse of power and 229-198 to charge him with obstruction of Congress. Only two Democrats voted against both articles, Reps. Collin Peterson of Minnesota and Jeff Van Drew of New Jersey. They are expected to soon switch parties and […]

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The Reality of Crises

By admin / December 16, 2019

QUESTION: Martin- I am a recent new member and just finished reading the REPO Crisis Report. As an individual, not an institution, it was a steep price but well worth it. Thank you. My question is this…..what the hell does everyone expect to happen? Here is a short list of everything we know to be […]

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IMPEACHMENT – Big Risk for Democrats

By admin / December 16, 2019

The House vote on impeaching Trump may be the stake through the heart of the Democratic Party. Most of the people newly elected were extremely left and they remain vulnerable when they barely made it to Congress, like AOC whose approval rating is just 31%. This will be a test for the moderates v the […]

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British Elections are a Warning to Democrats

By admin / December 16, 2019

  I have been warning that our computer has been projecting the decline and fall of socialism. Moreover, we have pointed out that the Democrats are actually in a long-term protracted bear market and ever since the first election of FDR in the Great Depression, they have been making lower highs and deeper lows. That […]

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FBI, Comey & Hillary – The Model Couple of Integrity

By admin / December 16, 2019

James Comey is now trying to “cover his ass” after being confronted by the Inspector General Michael Horowitz who found that the FBI’s handling of FISA applications for warrants against a former Trump campaign official was sloppy, to put it mildly. Comey had to admit: “He’s right, I was wrong” on Fox News Sunday. He […]

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Trump Impeachment – Here we go!

By admin / December 15, 2019

Trump is just the fourth president in the history of the United States to have articles of impeachment get this far. Of course, this is really just politics as evident by the party-line vote. With Nixon, there were votes on the issue that did not follow the party-line. This will be remembered as perhaps the […]

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