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Kayleigh McEnany: Pelosi Derelict In Duties On COVID-19 Relief

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White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany slammed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for the ongoing impasse over coronavirus relief stimulus legislation, accusing her of being “fundamentally unserious” and “derelict in her duties.”

“Her stimulus bill was chock-full of, guess what, mail-in voting regulations to try to secure Democrat power in the halls of Congress,” McEnany said on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends,” adding that President Donald Trump has been serious about negotiating.

“She does not deserve to be speaker ever again,” McEnany said of Pelosi, who was nominated in November to keep her seat. The full House will vote on the new speaker when it convenes in early January.

Her comments come as a bipartisan group including Sens. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., Susan Collins, R-Maine, and Mitt Romney, R-Utah, push for coronavirus relief legislation and pressure grows on lawmakers to take action, according to a Tuesday report from The Washington Post.

McEnany said Trump has “continually put the pressure on” Pelosi for a bill but the speaker has been “laughable.”

“She wants this amount of funding to open schools and we give that we give more than that and she rejects it,” said McEnany, adding that the bipartisan group needs to put pressure on “radicals” such as Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar who “control Nancy Pelosi like a marionette puppet.”

Also on Tuesday, McEnany said she was appearing on the program in her official role as press secretary but still commented that the president has been “unapologetic” for the past 10 months in saying mail-in voting “is subject to fraud.”

“This has been a key part of what he has talked about when it comes to election integrity. He wants to make sure signatures are matched,” she said.

She added that when Pelosi took the gavel, her first bill was one to allow illegal immigrants on voting rolls and to allow ballots to be cast without signature matching.

“Democrats for years, far before the 2016 election, the 2020 election, have tried to make our election system less secure,” she claimed. “The president is going to continue to fight for that while also saying it’s important to turn out and vote while also perfecting the system.”

Author: Sandy Fitzgerald

Source: News Max : Kayleigh McEnany: Pelosi ‘Derelict’ in Duties on COVID-19 Relief

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Georgia Prosecutor Increasingly Likely To Open Criminal Investigation Into President Trump

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‘…it tracks the communication you might see in any drug case or organized crime case’

A top Georgia prosecutor is reportedly considering whether to open a criminal investigation into President Donald Trump’s alleged “attempts to overturn the results of the state’s 2020 election,” the New York Times reported. In fact, the Times reported that a criminal probe into Trump has become “increasingly likely.”

According to the report, the central concern of a possible investigation would be Trump’s call to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) earlier this month in which Trump allegedly demanded that Georgia officials overturn Joe Biden’s victory there.

The controversial phone call was cited in the new article of impeachment against Trump, which House Democrats passed this week.

From the New York Times:

The new Fulton County district attorney, Fani Willis, is already weighing whether to proceed, and among the options she is considering is the hiring of a special assistant from outside to oversee the investigation, according to people familiar with her office’s deliberations.

At the same time, David Worley, the lone Democrat on Georgia’s five-member election board, said this week that he would ask the board to make a referral to the Fulton County district attorney by next month.

Although Trump’s supporters have defended his call with Raffensperger, others have claimed the call is evidence that Trump committed a crime.

In fact, Slate claimed that Trump broke federal and state laws, citing one federal law that prohibits one from “knowingly and willfully…attempts to deprive or defraud the residents of a State of a fair and impartially conducted election process, by…the procurement, casting, or tabulation of ballots that are known by the person to be materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent under the laws of the State in which the election is held.”

Indeed, a former U.S. Attorney in Georgia, Michael J. Moore, told the Times that, in his legal opinion, there was “a clear attempt to influence the conduct of the secretary of state, and to commit election fraud, or to solicit the commission of election fraud” by Trump in his phone conversation with Raffensperger.

“If you took the fact out that he is the president of the United States and look at the conduct of the call, it tracks the communication you might see in any drug case or organized crime case,” Moore explained. “It’s full of threatening undertone and strong-arm tactics.”
What about impeachment?

The House voted to impeach Trump for a second time this week, charging him with “incitement of insurrection.”

The impeachment article claims Trump’s rhetoric about the election, that it was “stolen” or “rigged,” incited the deadly violence on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, the same day a joint-session of Congress convened to certify Biden’s Electoral College victory.

The impeachment resolution was approved by a vote of 232-197. Every Democrat supported the resolution, and they were joined by 10 Republicans, including Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), the third-highest ranking House Republican.

Author: Chris Enloe

Source: The Blaze : Report: Georgia prosecutor ‘increasingly likely’ to open criminal investigation into President Trump

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Alan Dershowitz: House Violated Constitution

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President Donald Trump did not commit any impeachable offenses, but the House violated the Constitution to suggest he did and are, ironically, immune from reprisals, according to constitutional law expert Alan Dershowitz on Newsmax TV.

“We all hear that the president is not above the law, but Congress is not above the law: When Congress impeached the president earlier this week, they committed six independent violations of the Constitution,” Dershowitz told “Saturday Report.”

“They violated the free speech provision. They violated the impeachment criteria. They violated the bill of attainder. They violated due process, on and on and on.”

Ironically, lawmakers are protected from legal culpability from their congressional actions, so unlike they are doing with the president, they cannot be sought for the allegations against them.

“But the only sanction is to vote them out of office and to bring them to trial in the court of public opinion,” Dershowitz told host Carl Higbie. “Senators and congressmen are immune from lawsuits for what they do or say on the floor of the Senate, so there can’t be any personal lawsuits.

“And I wouldn’t favor recriminations.”

All House Democrats and 10 Republicans impeached the president for the second time this week for inciting the storming of the Capitol on Jan. 6, but the president’s pursuit of an Electoral College challenge is not grounds for impeachment, Dershowitz noted.

“How can you impeach a president for a speech that is constitutionally protected?” he lamented.

Ultimately, impeachment should die in the Senate as it did the last time, according to Dershowitz, a member of the president’s first Senate impeachment trial team.

“The Constitution is very clear, the purpose of impeachment is removal,” he concluded, adding the president will be out of office by the time a trial can be held, pointing to the precedent of former President Richard Nixon’s resignation ending an impeachment trial in the Senate.

“The Senate cannot try an ordinary citizen.”

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Author: Eric Mack

Source: News Max : Alan Dershowitz to Newsmax TV: House Violated Constitution

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Acosta Thanks Colleagues, Judge After WH Ordered To Return His Pass: Let’s Go Back To Work

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CNN’s Jim Acosta thanked his colleagues and the judge who ordered the White House to — at least temporarily — return his hard pass on Friday and restore his regular access to daily press briefings.

“I want to thank all of my colleagues in the press who have supported us this week,” Acosta told reporters as he left the courtroom. “And I want to thank the judge for the decision he made today. And — let’s go back to work!”

CNN also offered a statement on the ruling, saying, “We are gratified with this result and we look forward to a full resolution in the coming days. Our sincere thanks to all who have supported not just CNN, but a free, strong and independent American press.”

Acosta was allowed to return to the White House immediately following the ruling.

His return may be temporary, however, because in Friday’s ruling, the judge also provided a roadmap for the White House to follow in order to revoke any reporter’s hard pass without pushback from the court.

The court ruled in Acosta’s favor based on the argument that his Fifth Amendment rights were violated — saying that the White House did not allow Acosta due process.

As White House press secretary Sarah Sanders noted in her response, the court also made it clear that no reporter had “an absolute First Amendment Right to access the White House.” As such, the court’s ruling opened the door for the White House to revoke any reporter’s hard pass provided due process was granted.

Author: Virginia Kruta

Source: Daily Caller : Acosta Thanks Colleagues, Judge After WH Ordered To Return His Pass: ‘Let’s Go Back To Work’

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