George Stephanopoulos Wants To Slit Jay Sekulow’s Throat

Watch the look on Stephanopoulos’ face and tell me he doesn’t despise everything Trump.

From Breitbart, “Watch: George Stephanopoulos Makes Throat-Slitting Gesture to Cut Away from Trump Lawyer.

ABC news anchor George Stephanopoulos made a throat-slitting gesture to cut away from Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow during live coverage of the Senate’s impeachment trial Thursday.

George Stephanopoulos Caught on Camera Telling ABC Studio to Cut Off Trump Defense Attorney

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Nancy’s First Day At The Senate Impeachment Trial

The AP reports, “McConnell proposes swift impeachment trial with long days.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell proposed a condensed, two-day calendar for each side to give opening statements, ground rules that Democrats immediately rejected.

Voting on the Republican leader’s resolution will be one of the first orders of business when senators convene Tuesday. It also pushes off any votes on witnesses until later in the process, rather than up front, as Democrats had demanded.

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Miss Gulch (AKA Nancy Pelosi) To Deliver Articles of Impeachment Wednesday

The Wizard of Oz – Miss Gulch (AKA Nancy Pelosi) Morphs Into The Wicked Witch


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Kitty Tells Pelosi That She’s Running Out Of Air Waiting For Impeachment Articles

The Washington Post writes, “Pelosi moves to end Trump impeachment standoff, signals she will send articles to Senate.”

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi moved Friday to end a three-week standoff with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, signaling that she will send articles of impeachment to the Republican-controlled Senate next week, paving the way for a likely acquittal of President Trump.

Pelosi (D-Calif.), who made the announcement in a letter to colleagues sent moments after lawmakers left Washington for the week, relented without securing the concessions she sought from McConnell (R-Ky.) — in particular, a detailed blueprint for how the coming Senate trial will proceed.