1 Trump Denounces Impeachment Whistleblower’s Ridiculous Claims
The media is chomping at the bit for information on the whistleblower that blew open Trump’s alleged scandal with Ukraine. President Trump has also been searching for any information regarding this anonymous individual. So far we only know that the whistleblower was a CIA agent.
Still, the lack of information hasn’t prevented Trump from publicly condemning this person.
A whistleblower with second hand information? Another Fake News Story! See what was said on the very nice, no pressure, call. Another Witch Hunt!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 26, 2019
Trump stated that the individual in question is unreliable and cannot be trusted. They didn’t have direct access to Trump’s phone call or have any first-hand experience with the event. The only information the whistleblower is running off of is casual conversations with other United States officials who had more interaction with the call.
President Trump had this to say regarding the individual to some staff from the United States Mission to the United Nations.
I want to know who’s the person who gave the whistleblower the information because that’s close to a spy. You know what we used to do in the old days when we were smart with spies and treason, right? We used to handle it a little differently than we do now.
-President Donald Trump
Does the whistleblower have a real case to make against Trump? If not, what do you believe should happen to them if they’re identified? Tell us in the comments!
2 Democrats Call for House to Skip Recess and Continue Impeachment Process
Given the controversy surrounding President Trump’s phone call with Ukraine’s president, Nancy Pelosi just officially called for impeachment proceedings to commence in the House. However, the House is going on a two-week recess after Friday and won’t resume until Oct. 15. Liberals across the nation (and social media) are outraged over this decision.
After the transcript, it's clear:
We have no moral choice but to impeach. Without delay.
There should be no Democratic holdout on impeachment in the House or Senate at the end of today.
No recess. We need a full House vote on articles of impeachment as soon as possible.
— Kai Newkirk (@kai_newkirk) September 25, 2019
Even some of the Democrats in the House of Representatives want to cancel their recess. Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) wants to stay in Washington and David Lewis (D-GA) stated: “We must not wait!”
Ultimately, this impeachment notion will almost certainly fail. Even if the measure passes the extremely Liberal House of Representatives, it will fall flat in the Republican-controlled Senate. Not to mention the obvious, but these accusations of “collusion” are built on a flimsy foundation at best.
Whether or not the House decides to take a break or not, Trump is still set to win in 2020 with ease. Let’s see who’s willing to give up their vacation for this farce.
3 UAW Strike Against GM Could Set a Record
This Wednesday marked the 10th day of UAW’s strike against GM over the automotive company’s new employee contracts. The longest UAW strike to date is 12 days when they protested against Chrysler in 1985. Although, the strike may soon come to an end.
According to worker representatives, negotiations seem to be intensifying. Discussions ran late into Tuesday night and continued the following day. Some who are familiar with union negotiations say that seeing both parties having late-night sessions over grievances is a sign that negotiations could end soon.
Still, this isn’t stopping public figures from taking advantage of the optics gained from participating in the protests. Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) was spotted marching with the UAW crowd.
— Malachi Barrett (@PolarBarrett) September 25, 2019
Additionally, prominent socialist figures, like Prof. of Economics Emeritus Richard Wolff, aren’t hesitating to give their far-Left take on the protest.
From big UAW strike now at GM, to healthcare workers' 98% vote to strike Kaiser Permanente, to miners' families occupying railroad since July for back-pay: labor is rising.https://t.co/or7gZx1Tfl
— Richard D. Wolff (@profwolff) September 22, 2019
While workers should absolutely be treated fairly, worker unions have largely become a hotbed of bureaucracy and resource siphoning at the expense of the workers they claim to represent.
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