My guess is probably “yes”.
Congress is basing the request for documents on the word of Michael Cohen about Trump’s manipulation of the value of assets and liabilities. We all know how truthful Mr. Cohen has turned out to be, and it is likely he would say anything that he thought might save his butt from a few days in prison. My opinion, of course.
I think Hunter Biden is the main (though not the only) fatal blow to Joe Biden’s bid for the Democrat Presidential nomination. Because Hunter Biden could not have done what he has done without help from daddy.
I saw a man say on Facebook today saying he would make sure his wife had an abortion if she was raped and became pregnant, because he wouldn’t allow her to carry the child of a rapist. Assuming that the child was the rapist’s (how would he know), the complete disregard for his wife’s opinion and feelings on the matter are striking. He said that he is pro-life.
So many strange stories.
I, along with Tom Fitton, hope that some of that reading is done by those who can do something about it.
Is anyone else confused with what is going on in England regarding Brexit? Didn’t the people vote to leave the EU almost three years ago? Why haven’t they left, and why are they talking about more votes? Are they going to keep voting until they get the results they want?
Just read this (from the BBC):
The UK had been due to leave on 29 March 2019, two years after it started the exit process by invoking Article 50 of the EU’s Lisbon Treaty. But the withdrawal agreement reached between the EU and UK has been rejected three times by UK MPs.
Having granted an initial extension of the Article 50 process until 12 April 2019, EU leaders have now backed a six-month extension until 31 October 2019. However, the UK will leave before this date if the withdrawal agreement is ratified by the UK and the EU before then.
But then they go on to say that Brexit can be cancelled:
Stopping Brexit would require a change in the law in the UK, something neither the government nor the main UK opposition parties want to do at this point. The European Court of Justice ruled on 10 December 2018 that the UK could cancel the Article 50 Brexit process without the permission of the other 27 EU members, and remain a member of the EU on its existing terms, provided the decision followed a “democratic process”, in other words, if Parliament voted for it.
Again, the people voted. But Parliament can cancel it? This makes no sense to me.
Enjoy and have a great day!