House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy announced Monday members should prepare for a recall vote Wednesday to remove Liz Cheney from leadership.
Bruce Castor and David Schoen, Trump’s second impeachment attorneys, weighed in on the growing tension in the GOP over whether Cheney should be ousted.
Freshman Republican Sen. Mitt Romney was booed at his home state GOP convention in Utah this weekend, while delegates cheered the state’s other U.S. senator, Mike Lee.
“Liz Cheney is polling sooo low in Wyoming, and has sooo little support … that she is looking for a way out of her Congressional race,” Trump said.
Media claimed Sicknick died following a blow to the head from a fire extinguisher by rioters. The medical examiner’s findings prove that to be false.
“I did nothing unethical, and have never been charged with wrongdoing,” Hunter Biden, son of President Biden, wrote in his memoir to be released April 6.
The Alaska Republican Party passed a resolution Saturday vowing to recruit a primary challenge to Sen. Lisa Murkowski.
“He wasn’t hit on the head, no. We think he had a stroke, but we don’t know anything for sure,” Gladys Sicknick told the Daily Mail.
Toomey was one of seven GOP senators who joined Democrats to vote yes on conviction, which ultimately fell flat at 57 to 43 in favor of acquittal for Trump.
The case for impeaching Trump was so weak that the Democrats fabricated evidence to secure a conviction that still never came.
Impeachment proved the left wishes to force their agenda no matter what, even if it means falsifying a few videos or a few tweets in the U.S. Senate.
Nunes and Laura Ingraham discuss the Democrat Party’s insatiable lust to win at all costs, and the occupation of the U.S. Capitol for no reason.
The New York Times quietly corrected a major month-old story about deceased Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick as the Senate impeachment trial came to a close last week.
Van der Veen owned CBS host Lana Zak, calling out mainstream bias and malfeasance in their coverage of Democrats doctoring evidence.
Senate lawmakers acquitted former President Donald Trump for a second time Saturday, marking the end of a five-year campaign by Read Full Article >
Trump isn’t really on trial here, everyone who voted for him is. Democrats are arguing guilt by association, and they’re not stopping with Trump.
The House Democratic impeachment managers rescinded earlier statements attributed to Utah Sen. Mike Lee on day two of the Senate trial.
President Joe “Unity” Biden has a history of encouraging political violence against opponents. Here are five examples.
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