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VIDEO OF THE DAY: Fox accidentially airs anti-Trump interview after World Cup

Trump’s propaganda network showed a brutal anti-Trump segment with soccer fans after the World Cup.

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Pro-impeachment Rep. Justin Amash fires back at Trump after his “total loser” remarks
The president’s prominent ex-Republican critic saw the president’s Twitter insults and used them to prove a brilliant point.

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Trump’s pick to lead Navy withdraws over concerns of “judgment”

Yet another Trump pick goes down in embarrassing fashion.

As US women’s soccer team clinches World Cup, fans demand “pay them”

The fight for equal pay on the pitch continues.

Trump says prescription drug prices have gone down — which is a lie
The president seems to have severed ties with the truth entirely.

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Theresa May has ‘full faith’ in UK ambassador who blasted Trump
The British PM couldn’t dispute the substance of what he said.

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Iran breaks uranium limits under deal that Trump broke
Without incentive to comply by the international agreement, Iran again is threatening to become a nuclear power.

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Today’s Action: Launch impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump

81 members of the House are on the record supporting impeachment against Donald Trump. 110 (66 Democrats) have stated they are undecided or currently against impeachment, pending a strong investigation. 242 haven’t said anything yet. Check out where your Rep stands.

Neither we nor Congress have seen the full, unredacted report yet – and Congress’s investigations into Trump’s wrongdoings continued to be obstructed by the subject of inquiry himself. At what point are our “undecided” and “against” leaders going to realize that it’s time to explore impeachment proceedings?

Answer: when we say so, and we’re saying so now.

Call or email your Representative. Tell them it is time to launch impeachment proceedings against Trump for his repeated obstruction of justice and urge them to cosponsor H.Res.257.

Here’s what we now know:

  • The Mueller report explicitly “does not exonerate” Trump on the crime of obstruction of justice. In fact, Mueller recently stated: “If we had confidence that the President clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so.”
  • The Special Counsel declined to charge Trump not due to a lack of evidence but because, in Mueller’s words, “under longstanding department policy, a president cannot be charged with a federal crime while he is in office.”
  • Mueller’s report details a Russian attack on the 2016 election to help Trump, and that Trump and members of his team welcomed and often sought the help in more than 100 contacts between the campaign and Russian agents.
  • In the aftermath, Trump used the power of his elected office to cover up the facts and obstruct the investigation on at least ten separate occasions detailed in the report.
  • Trump and his cronies have flouted the law almost daily since the report’s release, rejecting Congress’s constitutional obligation to provide oversight of the president, refusing to comply with subpoenas and provide basic documents.

Far from an exoneration, the Mueller report is an impeachment referral to Congress. Mueller made that clear in his lone press conference, stating as he wrote that “the Constitution requires a process other than the criminal justice system to formally accuse a sitting President of wrongdoing.”

That process is impeachment.

A point Mueller made no less clear in his report, writing, “The conclusion that Congress may apply obstruction laws to the President’s corrupt exercise of the powers of office accords with our constitutional system of checks and balances and the principle that no person is above the law.”

No President should have the authority and precedent to sabotage an examination of their own criminal activity. If Congress doesn’t take a stand here and now, what type of authoritarianism do we face in our near future?

In the United States, no one is above the law. Not even the president. The time to impeach is now.

Email or call your Representatives and tell them to move fast for impeachment. Tell them to cosign Rep. Rashida Tlaib’s H.Res.257 (“Inquiring whether the House of Representatives should impeach Donald John Trump”) to initiate proceedings.

PS — Please don’t forget to sign the petition to stop the GOP bill that would allow businesses to fire workers just for being gay, and check out the brilliant “Don’t Think of an Elephant” by George Lakoff — a quick read that contains the ultimate keys for Democrats to win elections — and arguments.


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