Democrats, MSM, Leftists, Never Trumpers etc. were hoping and praying that retiring Senator Jerry Moran of Kansas and Lamar Alexander of Tennessee were going to join the POS Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins in stopping the Senate from confirming the Supreme Court nominee that our President will announce later this week.
Their hopes and dreams have gone up in smoke!
The amount of pressure that the Mormons in Utah are putting on Mitt Romney must be enormous. The fact that he has yet to come out and take the same position as the two Witches says a lot. I have a funny feeling that he knows his vote against the nominee would not be the deciding vote. It would only allow a 50-50 tie that Vice President Pence would break. He will wait to see if there is any other Republican that is waffling. Problem for him is that there isn’t going to be any of the remaining that will vote no.
At this point, our President will select either Amy Corey Barrett or Barbara Lagoa.
From the article linked above:
Two women are emerging as the front-runners to replace the late Justice Ruth Ginsburg on the Supreme Court.
[…] According to Reuters, Trump has “praised” Judge Amy Coney Barrett of the Chicago-based 7th Circuit Court of Appeals and Judge Barbara Lagoa of the Atlanta-based 11th Circuit as possible replacements for Ginsburg.
As of Saturday night, other media outlets were reporting that Barrett and Lagoa were likely picks, reflecting that Trump praised them in response to questions while leaving the White House on Saturday.
[…] He said Barrett is “very respected.”
When asked about Lagoa, Trump called her an “extraordinary person.”
“I’ve heard incredible things about her. I don’t know her,” he said. “She’s Hispanic and highly respected.”
[…] According to The Washington Post, Barrett clerked for former Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. Trump appointed Barrett, 48, to her current position in 2017.
She formerly taught at the Notre Dame University Law School, according to Fox News.
Her Catholic faith emerged as a bone of contention during her confirmation.
“The dogma lives loudly within you, and that’s a concern,” Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California said at the time.
“It’s never appropriate for a judge to impose that judge’s personal convictions, whether they arise from faith or anywhere else, on the law,” Barrett replied, according to Fox.
Barrett was reportedly on Trump’s shortlist in 2018 when he nominated now-Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the court.
Lagoa formerly served on the Florida Supreme Court.
A former assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Florida, she also was a district judge on the Florida 3rd District Court of Appeals, according to ABC.
Representative Jim Jordan gave his perspective and analysis on the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and his thoughts on her replacement. He also discussed the potential for investigative findings from the Durham probe to surface prior to the election.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo appeared with Maria Bartiromo to discuss the expanding peace agreements in the middle-east between Israel and Arab nations.
Yesterday our President’s interview with Mark Levin which was recorded on September 17th was shown on Mark’s Sunday show on Fox; Life, Liberty & Levin.
Here are some shorter video clips:
Iran just got punched in the mouth!
From the article linked above:
All international sanctions on Iran that were lifted as part of the Obama administration’s landmark nuclear deal with the country have come back into effect as of Saturday evening, removing the last remaining vestiges of the agreement that were still in place.
The renewal of these sanctions comes after months of last-ditch diplomatic efforts by the Trump administration to ensure a United Nations ban on Iran’s purchase of advanced weapons was not lifted. This effort was unsuccessful after it failed to garner backing from traditional European allies on the U.N.’s Security Council. Following that bid, the United States exercised its right under the original 2015 accord to reimpose a litany of sanctions on Tehran that have been waived since the accord was signed and endorsed by the U.N. With the reimposition of these sanctions, the nuclear deal that President Donald Trump abandoned in 2018 is effectively voided.
Members of the U.N. Security Council were powerless to stop the United States from triggering what is known as “snapback”—a mechanism written into the original agreement that permits any member nation to reimpose international sanctions. The move is likely to further enflame ongoing tensions with Iran and also complicate America’s relationship with some its closest allies, including France, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Each of these countries stood in the way of U.S. efforts to extend the Iran arms ban as they sought to keep the nuclear accord on life support.
[…] The Trump administration could use the sanctions to penalize any country or business that does not end its relationship with Iran. Pompeo indicated the administration will not hesitate to enforce the sanctions.
In addition to extending the arms embargo, the reimposed sanctions include restrictions on Iran’s processing of uranium—the key component in a nuclear weapon—and its testing of ballistic missiles, which have been a source of regional tension since the nuclear deal took effect. They also bar countries from transferring nuclear and missile-related technologies to Iran.
The Trump administration also will announce “a range of additional measures” on Iran in the coming days, according to Pompeo, a move meant to “hold violators accountable.”
ICE is continuing to pickup the trash!
What an absolutely incredible moment:
Meanwhile their Monster continues to reck havoc throughout our country! I hope and pray that they don’t stop and actually get even more crazier.
The MORONS blaming climate change for why the West Coast is on fire need to go take a hike with their BS!
From the article linked above:
At least six men in Oregon have been accused of intentionally setting blazes during the state’s devastating wildfire season, according to a report.
[…] Instead, some of the blazes were attributed to petty beef, relationship troubles and enjoying the “smell of smoke,” officials said.