This morning’s Twitter hits …

I hope this gets things moving …

Oh dear.

According to Professor Jacobson (Legal Insurrection),

This is not a narrative favorable to Warren. She made hundreds of thousands of dollars, likely millions, representing the corporate America she routinely demonized once she became a politician. There was nothing inherently wrong with her legal work representing corporate America, there is something wrong with presenting it as something it wasn’t. It’s a question of transparency and honesty, much like her multi-year struggle to explain why she falsely claimed to be Native American for employment purposes.

Second, Warren’s newly disclosed extensive legal practice raises more questions about her lack of a license to practice law in Massachusetts. Warren ran her law practice from her law school office in Cambridge, MA, and represented to various courts and the Texas bar that that office was her office for the practice of law. She did so over the space of almost a decade, handing dozens of cases. But she wasn’t licensed to practice law in Massachusetts.

Good question, Mr. President.

Globalists abroad. German telling the British that loving their own country is a bad thing.

And speaking of Brexit …

Good news on the gender confusion and transgender front.

Has God been welcomed back into the Democrat Party? Personally, I doubt it. It’s amazing that she hasn’t been struck by lightning.

I don’t know much about this – yet – but it’s important news this morning. Your comments/opinions welcome.

Finally, thoughts and prayers from Charlie:

Have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend everyone!


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5 Responses to This morning’s Twitter hits …

  1. Lucille says:

    Goodbye and good riddance to Theresa May…

    “Theresa May was an absolute disgrace, the worst Prime Minister of Great Britain in decades and possibly centuries. It is she who confirmed the mass immigration policies that have so seriously undermined British society and who cracked down hard against all who protested, seriously eroding Britain’s centuries-long traditions of free discourse and free inquiry. Even if Britain survives as a free nation, future generations of free Britons will loathe her name.” – Robert Spencer

    UK: Appeaser Theresa resigns over Brexit failure, Robert Spencer issues statement
    May 24, 2019 11:42 AM By Christine Douglass-Williams

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  2. litenmaus says:

    (disclosure…I’m still quite undecided as to whether Assange is a publisher or whether Assange is a National Security danger)

    In April 2017, FBI James Comey and Senator John Warner were in talks with lobbyist Adam Walsh, working on behalf of Assange, for an immunity agreement.

    In April 2017, Mike Pompeo delivered his first speech as the Director of the CIA.

    “It is time to call out WikiLeaks for what it really is – a non-state hostile intelligence service often abetted by state actors like Russia. In January of this year, our Intelligence Community determined that Russian military intelligence—the GRU—had used WikiLeaks to release data of US victims that the GRU had obtained through cyber operations against the Democratic National Committee. And the report also found that Russia’s primary propaganda outlet, RT, has actively collaborated with WikiLeaks.”

    To me, the speech is an indicator that Mike Pompeo was fed into the Russia hoax by John Brennan & holdovers in the CIA. If it can be proven that Crowdstrike manufactured their ‘fuzzy bear’, ‘cozy bear’ DNC narrative, Mike Pompeo may prove to be the best ally that Assange will ever have.

    As for the charges that Julian Assange assisted Bradley Manning in ‘hacking’ the password into the government system and stealing files, I am highly skeptical. First, why would John Warner & James Comey have been willing to consider Immunity if Assange assisted in the Bradley Manning theft and was working with the Russia, Russia, Russia GRU and second, would Assange be stupid enough to use his email to instruct Manning on how to hack a government password? Everything I’ve seen over the last 9 years tells me that Assange isn’t that stupid.

    However, it looks like the media are only interested in misinformation and will spend the next two years screeching over the fact that Assange’s 1st Amendment rights (he’s not American) are being trampled.

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  3. auscitizenmom says:

    I was so glad to hear that May is finally leaving. I am certain that she is the reason Brexit was not implemented. I think she was trying to do it in a way that actually kept them tied to the EU.

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