The lawmaker of the Republicans publicly made an amendment which will stop funding Russia’s special counsel investigation 9 months after it becomes law.
Republican Ron DeSantis made the amendment to also prevent Robert Mueller from the special counsel to probe matters before June 2015. That is the same month Trump announced his presidential bid.
This amendment was part of the soon to come spending package which is expected to give weigh after the congressional recess. Muller gained a position in the special counsel in May and is responsible for the investigation against Russia’s interference with the presidential election and the ties of President Trump campaign staff and Moscow.
While the liberals have been pushing their Russian investigation, it is clear to the American people that the whole thing is just another scheme to undermine President Trump and his administration, and while doing so, place the blame of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton’s catastrophic defeat onto someone and something else, rather than her inability to win the trust of the American people.
The liberals have also gone to great lengths, taking their attacks to the rest of the first family, including Melania, First Daughter Ivanka and even his 11-year-old son Barron.
And in times such as these where the mainstream constantly rants against the conservatives, it is up to us to spread the word about this success.
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Representative Charlie Rangel of New York is a walking argument for term limits. In a new development which should surprise no one, he has been found guilty of 11 ethics violations.
Charlie Rangel Found Guilty on 11 of 13 Ethics Violations
Democrat Rep. Charlie Rangel has found himself in a bit of a pickle. After years of allegedly thumbing his nose at pesky things like rules, his supposed misdeeds may be coming back to bite him on the proverbial hind quarter.
A House ethics committee subpanel today found Democratic Rep. Charlie Rangel guilty of 11 of the 13 charges of ethics violations against him.
The panel, composed of four Democrats and four Republicans, emerged after private deliberation to announce their findings.
“This has been a difficult assignment,” committee chair Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) said. “We have tried to act with fairness, led only by the facts and the law, and I believe we have accomplished that mission.”
The subpanel will now submit its findings to the full ethics committee, which will schedule a public hearing to determine the appropriate sanctions to take against the longtime New York representative. Whatever action they decide on during the sanctions hearing will then go to the full House of Representatives. The committee could go so far as to recommend expelling Rangel, but that would be unlikely. Other possible sanctions include a House vote deploring Rangel’s conduct, a fine or a denial of privileges.
Someone needs to introduce a new word to Rangel’s vocabulary…
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