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The Republican National Committee (RNC), the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), and the Florida GOP won a federal court victory upholding Florida’s ban on ballot harvesting.

Priorities USA, a progressive advocacy group, and other Democrat plaintiffs dismissed their claims in Nielsen v. DeSantis, a lawsuit challenging Florida’s ban on ballot harvesting which also aimed to force the state to count ballots that arrived after Election Day. The plaintiffs also dropped their claim that Florida needed to provide pre-paid postage on vote-by-mail ballots.

RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said in a statement on Sunday:

Today’s victory is a win for Florida voters and a win for election integrity. Democrats’ assault on our elections process is not based on fact or reason, which is why they are dismissing every claim in their radical suit. The RNC will continue to step in and fight back against Democrat attempts to circumvent existing law and weaken our elections process.

The RNC highlighted a deposition, which they say weakened the suit, in which a Yale University student claimed that he was disenfranchised by having to travel to a post office to mail his ballot, “even though there was a mailbox in front of his house or a post office six blocks from his house.”

The GOP also noted that Florida will have to highlight “election integrity measures,” including the ballot harvesting ban, in a public relations campaign.

Rep. Rodney Davis (R-IL), the ranking member of the House Administration Committee, told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview in June that mail-in voting and ballot harvesting are “ripe for corruption.”

Davis said:

I’m very concerned, and it’s ironic that we’ve had the same election reforms that we’ve had in the disastrous H.R. 1; the same election reforms that have been proposed by Democrats for every coronavirus bill. Now, if it was proposed last January before everyone knew that coronavirus existed, why is it an emergency now? And when you look at some of the plans that they have proposed, which is nationwide mail-in voting and nationwide ballot harvesting, we’ve seen examples of political operatives taking advantage of the ballot harvesting process and fraudulently making sure that ballots don’t get to the ballot box.

He added, “It’s wrong; it’s ripe for corruption. It’s been corrupted.”

Author: Sean Moran

Source: Breitbart: GOP Wins Court Case, Keeping Florida Ballot Harvesting Ban in Place

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) said in a statement on Thursday that she will propose an amendment to the next coronavirus aid legislation that would withhold aid to states that do not have a mask mandate.

Feinstein said:

In the last two weeks, 41 states saw an increase in coronavirus cases, with a total of 3.5 million infected nationwide. California, Florida and New York each topped 300,000 cases, and Texas will soon follow. We’ve seen 60,000 new cases in five of the last six days. We’re failing to control this virus and it’s time for serious action.

Research shows that masks reduce transmission of the coronavirus. CDC Director Redfield said this surge in COVID-19 cases could end within two months if we adopt ‘universal masking.’ Businesses like Walmart, Kohl’s and Kroger now require masks. And countries that are successfully controlling this virus require masks. So why doesn’t the United States have a national mask mandate?

Wearing masks in public should be mandatory. Period. Leader McConnell said the Senate will take up the next coronavirus economic relief bill later this month. At that time, I intend to offer an amendment to prohibit sending funds to states that haven’t adopted a statewide mask requirement.

The situation is getting worse daily. Several states including California, Alabama and Montana already require masks in public. This should be universal. My hope has been that other governors would show the leadership to institute their own mask mandates, but so far that hasn’t happened. It’s time for Congress to step in.

Feinstein’s announcement follows as Republican governors such as South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem and Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp have resisted calls to issue statewide mask mandates.

“This is a matter of life or death, and partisan politics shouldn’t play a role,” she added.

Author: Sean Moran

Source: Breitbart: Dianne Feinstein Proposes Withholding Coronavirus Relief for States Without Mask Mandates

Republican fundraising across several swing districts held by vulnerable Democrats has surged during the second quarter of 2020.

Jim Bognet, a former Donald Trump administration official and Republican nominee for Pennsylvania’s eighth congressional district, announced that they had raised $266,512.90 in the second quarter. This marks the largest sum ever raised in the same filing period against incumbent Rep. Matt Cartwright (D-PA). Cartwright raised $278,120.21, only slightly more than Bognet.

Bognet said in a statement on Wednesday that, unlike Cartwright, he understands the people of Pennsylvania’s eighth congressional district. He said:

Matt Cartwright’s self serving time in Congress is up. I may just be the grandson of a coal miner who grew up digging ditches – I didn’t attend Canadian boarding school and I don’t fly on private jets – but I am going to build a broad movement of plumbers, truck drivers, factory workers, teachers, nurses, small business owners, cops, and coal miners. Together we will show the woke liberals that control the national Democrats that their and Matt Cartwright’s radical defund the police agenda has no place in Northeastern Pennsylvania.

Matt Mowers, a former Trump administration official running in New Hampshire’s first congressional district against Rep. Chris Pappas (D-NH), announced on Tuesday that he had raised $218,954.89 during the second quarter, with $444,594.86 cash on hand.

Mowers said in a statement on Tuesday that he would help President Trump enact his America First agenda, saying:

I am honored and humbled that supporters have gathered across the Granite State to support our campaign’s pro-police, America First agenda as we work with President Trump to take the fight to the Pelosi-Pappas machine. New Hampshire voters remember how Pelosi pulled out all the stops with special interest dollars to ensure that Chris Pappas, who votes with her 100% of the time, would be by her side in D.C. After witnessing the recent lawlessness and violence promoted by Pappas and his allies in Washington, voters are ready to return commonsense values to the First District.

Trump and House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) have endorsed Mowers’ bid for Congress.

Derrick Van Orden, a Navy SEAL who is running to unseat Rep. Ron Kind (D-WI) in Wisconsin’s third district, raised more than $500,000 in the second quarter.

“Derrick’s herculean fundraising efforts feature donors from all 18 of Wisconsin’s 3rd District counties, as well as 71 of the 72 counties throughout the state,” Van Orden’s campaign wrote in a press release on Tuesday.

These conservative candidates represent three of the 30 congressional districts that President Donald Trump won during the 2016 presidential election, but House Democrats managed to flip during the 2018 presidential elections. Republicans need to retake a net 17 House seats to regain the House majority, and these districts could serve as three of the 17 pivotal seats to help House Republicans enact the president’s legislative agenda in a second Trump term.

Author: Sean Moran

Source: Breitbart: Republican Fundraising Surges in Second Quarter

Three Senate Democrat candidates have criticized the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) despite benefiting from it, according to a report released Wednesday.

The Washington Examiner’s Emily Larsen reported Wednesday that three Senate Democrat candidates have benefitted from the PPP loan program. These include Cal Cunningham, the challenger to Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC); Mark Kelly, who faces Sen. Martha McSally (R-AZ); and Sara Gideon, who hopes to unseat Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME).

Gideon, who is Maine’s state House speaker, attacked Collins for suggesting that campaign contributions pushed Collins to write a “loophole” into the legislation that established the PPP to benefit out-of-state hotels.

The personal injury law firm for which Gideon’s husband works received a PPP loan between $1 and 2 million.

Cunningham also warned that PPP could lead to corruption.

“We’ve seen that money end up in some of the wrong hands,” Cunningham said in May.

Yet WasteZero, an eco-friendly trash reduction company for which Cunningham worked, received a PPP loan between $1 and $2 million in May. Cunningham left WasteZero in March to focus on his Senate bid.

Kelly wrote in June that “too many small business owners were left with no relief, especially those in tribal communities.”

However, World View Enterprises, a space company Kelly cofounded, received a PPP loan between $1 and $2 million.

National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) communications director Jesse Hunt made a statement Wednesday decrying these Senate Democrats as hypocrites for criticizing the very programs from which they benefited. He said:

Cal Cunningham, Mark Kelly, and Sara Gideon spent months shamelessly criticizing a COVID relief program that is enormously popular and has helped millions across the country. It turns out these Democrats took advantage of the very legislation they criticized.

“This is more proof they blindly wield Chuck Schumer’s talking points without any actual regard for how hypocritical they may be,” Hunt added.

Author: Sean Moran

Source: Breitbart: Democrat Senate Candidates Benefited from PPP Loans While Criticizing Program

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) told Breitbart News in an exclusive comment on Wednesday that President Donald Trump’s recent healthcare proposal would break down Americans’ healthcare barriers and expand healthcare options.

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) proposed a rule on Monday that would allow employers to craft health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs) to subsidize their employees’ direct primary care (DPC) and health care sharing ministries (HCSMs).

Paul, an ophthalmologist and a leader in healthcare reform, celebrated Trump’s proposal as a way to allow Americans to craft their plans to better suit their healthcare needs.

“Having fought for years to break down barriers to these kinds of care arrangements, I applaud the Trump Administration for including them in the tax code as eligible medical expenses under employer-provided health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs),” Paul told Breitbart News. “It’s long past time for the American government to trust the American people to design the terms of their own care. That means expanding HRAs, as well as other patient-centered arrangements like association health plans (AHPs) and health savings accounts (HSAs). I look forward to working with the Administration to build on this important step.”

Paul praised HCSMs and DPCs as a worthy healthcare alternative for over a million Americans.

“Health care sharing ministries and direct primary care arrangements allow over a million Americans to meet their medical needs in the ways that work best for them,” Paul said.

Breitbart News detailed that HCSMs and DPCs serve as a good alternative to expensive Affordable Care Act (ACA), or Obamacare, insurance plans.

Patients pay a flat membership fee, without insurance, and often have more time to spend with their doctors compared to traditional, insurance-based doctors’ offices. Many doctors have moved towards direct primary care because insurance companies often expect doctors to see a high volume of patients.

David Coupe, a 47-year-old Illinois man, said in 2018, “When you take (insurance) out of the equation, it’s like, wow, the doctor actually has time to spend with you and answer questions and give you care.”

HCSMs serve as a health insurance alternative that covers members who share a religious belief, typically Christian, who make monthly payments to cover expenses of every member. The ACA provided a religious exemption to religious groups so that they do not have to comply with many of the law’s insurance regulations. Because many HCSMs often do not cover many preexisting conditions, HCSMs may serve as a more attractive option for healthier Americans who do not wish to pay higher premiums to subsidize other Americans’ more expensive health costs.

Paul has long encouraged the Trump administration to expand Americans’ healthcare options. In July 2017, Paul spoke to Trump about signing an executive order to create group health insurance plans known as Association Health Plans (AHPs). Trump signed an executive order that October, expanding healthcare options as Senate Republicans failed to pass an Obamacare repeal package.

Paul at the time praised the executive order as the “biggest free-market reform of health care in a generation.”

Author: Sean Moran

Source: Breitbart: Exclusive – Rand Paul Lauds Trump Proposal to Expand Americans’ Healthcare Options

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said during a press conference on Wednesday that “every crisis” is an opportunity to advance a leftist agenda.

“We have to open the economy, we have to do so in a way that gives more opportunity for access to care, to credit, to opportunity,” Pelosi said during a press conference regarding her coronavirus phase four bill, the HEROES Act.

“Just as Mr. Clyburn said, this is an opportunity, every crisis is,” Pelosi added.

The House leader referenced U.S. House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-SC), who said before the passage of the $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill in March that the bill was a “tremendous opportunity to restructure things to fit our vision.”

Pelosi rebuked media reports that the HEROES Act was partisan.

“Nobody said that when Mitch McConnell put forth his bill, CARES one,” she said.

House Democrats passed the $3 trillion, 1,815-page leftist Heroes Act in May, which many House Democrats reportedly admitted serves as more of a “policy wishlist” than a bill to alleviate the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

Politico wrote:

Privately, several House Democrats concede their latest bill feels like little more than an effort to appease the most liberal members of the caucus, many of whom were chafed that their most important priorities were minimized or ignored entirely in previous coronavirus negotiations.

The Heroes Act contains many leftist provisions, including:

  • Eliminates limitations on the federal deduction for the state and local taxes (SALT). Republicans limited this deduction through the Trump Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The SALT deduction primarily benefits wealthy, largely Democrat states.
  • Grants additional aid for State and local government bailouts. The bill contains $500 billion in funding for state government relief and $375 billion in aid to local governments. Senate Republicans such as Sens. Rick Scott (R-FL) and Ted Cruz (R-TX) have contended this will particularly aid fiscally irresponsible blue states such as California, New York, and Illinois to the detriment of more fiscally responsible states such as Texas and Florida.
  • $1.7 billion for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Minority Serving Institutions, $20 million for Howard University, $11 million for Gallaudet University, $11 million for the National Technical Institute for the Deaf.
  • Relief for up to $10,000 of up-front debt relief for all Department of Education loan borrowers.
    Mandatory early voting for every state and mandatory mail-in ballots for every state. Nate Madden, a press secretary for the House Oversight Committee Republicans, said it would be a “nightmare scenario for voter fraud.”
  • Allows wealthy people who make money from dividends and royalties to claim the Earned Income Tax Credit, which is designed for lower-income Americans.
  • Extends assistance designed for nonprofits to political action groups and chamber of commerce-style associations. Open Markets Institute fellow Matt Stoller called it a “corporate lobbyist bailout.”
    Meanwhile, the California Democrat claimed the Heroes Act is “disciplined, focused, necessary.”

Author: Sean Moran

Source: Breitbart: Nancy Pelosi: ‘Every Crisis’ Including Coronavirus Is an Opportunity to Advance Leftist Agenda

The Senate passed a substantial emergency relief bill on Wednesday night that would provide aid to small businesses, hospitals, and Americans suffering from the impact of the coronavirus outbreak.

The Senate passed H.R. 748, the CARES Act, with 96 votes in favor of the bill and no senators opposed to the legislation.

The legislation featured unanimous support from Republicans and Democrats. The legislation required 60 votes to pass through the Senate.

The Senate coronavirus package costs roughly $2 trillion and is approximately 880-pages long.

The Senate shot down an amendment to the bill sponsored by Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE), which would reverse the bill’s generous unemployment benefits. Sens. Sasse, Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Tim Scott (R-SC), and Rick Scott (R-FL) contended that the legislation would incentivize Americans not to work. The amendment required 60 votes to pass through the chamber. Sasse’s amendment was shot down with 48 votes in favor and 48 against the measure.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin rebuffed the Republican senators’ concerns over the bill, contending this will help those who involuntarily lost their jobs.

“I don’t think it will create incentives. Most Americans, what they want, they want to keep their jobs,” Mnuchin said.

“We need to get this money into the American economy and American workers, that’s the importance of this,” he added.

The Senate Cares Act would provide most Americans $1,200 per individual, $500 for most children, and establish a several hundred billion dollar lending aid program for businesses, cities and states, as well as aid for small businesses.

The bill also omits many Democrat requests such as mandatory early voting, ballot harvesting, requirements that federal agencies analyze their use of “minority banks,” and provisions to curb airline emissions.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said on the Senate floor before the vote that the chamber “will stay nimble” to combat the coronavirus. He added that there would be no more votes in the Senate until April 20.

Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) said in a statement after the bill passed through the Senate:

As this COVID-19 pandemic has evolved, I’ve continued to listen to Iowans from all sectors of our economy, and there has been one resounding message: we need relief, and we need it now. After heeding these calls, I pushed my colleagues to take swift, bold action to deliver immediate aid to folks in Iowa, and across the country. And thankfully, we’ve done that. From Phase 1, where we bolstered our state and local response efforts; to Phase 2 where we provided paid sick leave and free testing; and now, to Phase 3 where we’ve come to the aid of America’s workforce and those in our health care industry on the front lines of this pandemic.

“Now, the House must do their job, pass this bipartisan bill quickly, and get it to President Trump’s desk. We don’t have time for delay; Iowans need this aid right now,” she added.

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) said after CARES Act passed:

Communities across Florida and our nation are reeling from this unprecedented crisis, and today the Senate acted on an unprecedented response to provide relief to Americans, small businesses, and our economy. Our bipartisan small business package, which was included, will provide emergency relief so that millions of American workers can keep their jobs and millions of small businesses can stay open. As our nation works to contain the spread of the coronavirus, I remain in close contact with the Trump Administration and Governor DeSantis to ensure that Florida has the resources it needs during this public health crisis.

“The Coronavirus epidemic has damaged our physical and our economic health. This bill supports the economic health of individuals, families ,and employers. It also advances the fight to make us safe from the disease,” said Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA).

The Senate appeared poised over the weekend to pass the legislation; however, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) left the negotiating table at the last minute to craft her own legislation.

After many days of negotiation with Senate Republicans and the White House, Pelosi agreed to support the Senate proposal.

Now that the bill has passed through the Senate, the House will take up the bill on Friday.

McConnell delivered an impassioned speech before the vote on the Senate floor on Wednesday about how the nation will defeat the coronavirus.

“Today, the Senate will act to help the people of this country weather this storm,” McConnell said. “Our nation needed us to go big and go fast, and they did.”

Author: Sean Moran

Source: Breitbart: Senate Unanimously Passes Historic Coronavirus Relief Package

The White House Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) estimated that 13 million Americans will have increased access to health care due to President Donald Trump’s executive action, according to a report released recently.

The CEA estimated that millions of Americans will have new health insurance access that is better tailored to their healthcare needs that were previously unavailable due to high healthcare prices and overregulation. The council attributed much of the increase to the president’s reforms to expand short-term limited-duration health insurance plans, association health plans (AHPs), and health reimbursement accounts (HRAs).

Short-term plans cost less than Obamacare plans because federal statute does not require the insurance plans to comply with all of Obamacare’s onerous insurance regulations; thus, they serve as a good alternative for many younger and healthier Americans.

The Trump administration’s rule allowed Americans to purchase short-term plans for up to 364 days and renew the plans for up to three years. The Barack Obama administration curbed these rules to encourage Americans to purchase Obamacare.

The CEA said that short-term plans could be half as expensive as Obamacare-compliant plans.

“Though these plans are more limited in coverage than the ACA-compliant insurance plans, they are priced at up to 60 percent less than the unsubsidized premium cost of ACA exchange plans and give consumers more insurance protection than being uninsured,” the council wrote.

AHPs allow small businesses to join together and benefit from the regulatory advantages that many large companies experience under health insurance rules. AHPs can serve employees in a city, county, state, or a particular industry across the nation.

The CEA wrote that up to five million Americans will likely enroll in either AHPs or short-term plans, with one million Americans likely to get newly insured as the result of the short-term plan expansion.

The CEA wrote:

As a result of STDLI and AHP rules, the CBO and the U.S. Congress’s Joint Committee on Taxation estimates that over the next decade, roughly 5 million more people are projected to be enrolled in AHPs or short-term plans. Of this increase, almost 80 percent constitute individuals who would otherwise have purchased coverage in the small-group or nongroup markets. The remaining 20 percent (roughly 1 million people) are made up of individuals who are projected to be newly insured as a result of the rules.

The council wrote that roughly one million Americans will save money on their health insurance premiums by switching to short-term health insurance policies. It added that the savings could exceed 50 percent compared to an Obamacare-compliant plan.

The Trump administration also expanded a rule that would allow employers to offer their employees a tax-deferred account to purchase their own health insurance. HRAs enable American workers to maintain their health insurance coverage even if they were to leave their job.

The CEA said that up to 11 million workers will receive their more personally tailored health insurance coverage under HRAs.

“The Treasury Department estimated that 800,000 employers are expected to provide HRAs after being fully ramped up. In addition, it is estimated that there will be a reduction in the number of uninsured by 800,000 by 2029,” the council wrote. “From these employers’ HRA contributions, it is expected that firms will cover more than 11 million employees with individual health insurance by 2029.”

During his State of the Union address in February, President Trump said he has worked to lower health insurance premiums for all Americans.

“Before I took office, health insurance premiums had more than doubled in just five years. I moved quickly to provide affordable alternatives. Our new plans are up to 60 percent less expensive — and better,” the president said, touting the low cost of short-term plans.

Author: Sean Moran

Source: Breitbart: White House: Trump Expanding Healthcare Access for 13 Million Americans

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) said Thursday he will introduce legislation to dismiss the Democrats’ impeachment trial, calling House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) withholding of the articles of impeachment an “abuse of the Constitution.”

Sen. Hawley, a former Missouri attorney general, said he will introduce a bill on Monday to dismiss the impeachment trial against President Donald Trump because Democrats have yet to send the articles of impeachment to Congress’s upper chamber.

“Dems said impeachment was URGENT. Now they don’t want to have a trial, because they have no evidence,” Sen. Hawley tweeted. “In real world, if prosecution doesn’t proceed with case, it gets dismissed. So on Monday, I will introduce measure to dismiss this bogus impeachment for lack of prosecution”:

The Missouri conservative claimed his legislation would expose the Democrats’ cynical move to oust the president, claiming that impeachment amounts to an “abuse of the Constitution.”

“This will expose Dems’ circus for what it is: a fake impeachment, abuse of the Constitution, based on no evidence. If Dems won’t proceed with trial, bogus articles should be dismissed and @realDonaldTrump fully cleared,” Sen. Hawley added.

Since House Democrats moved to impeach the president in December, House Speaker Pelosi has yet to send the two articles of impeachment to the Senate, worrying that Senate Republicans will quickly move to dismiss the impeachment trial. The articles of impeachment charge that President Trump abused the office of the presidency and obstructed Congress.

“So far we haven’t seen anything that looks fair to us,” she said in December.

Hawley’s contention echoes Harvard law Professor Alan Dershowitz’s reasoning that Pelosi’s withholding of the articles of impeachment is an “abuse of power” and an “obstruction of the Senate.”

Dershowitz said in December:

If he has been impeached, the Senate has to start its trial as soon as they choose to,” Dershowitz continued. “Remember, the Senate is the sole judge of guilty or innocence of impeachment. And so the Democrats can’t have it both ways. They can’t sound the one hand — to the public we are saying he is impeached, but for the Senate, we’re saying he is not impeached. You know what I say? This is obstruction of the Senate — exactly the same charge that made against the president.

“This is abuse of power from exactly the same charge they made against the president. It is wrong constitutionally. It is wrong morally. And it is wrong politically,” he added.

Author: Sean Moran

Source: Breitbart: Josh Hawley to Introduce Legislation Dismissing ‘Bogus Impeachment’ Trial

The New York Post released an analysis Saturday, which found Fox News had “mispresented” their poll, suggesting a majority of Americans supported impeachment of President Donald Trump.

Fox News released a poll this week which found that 51 percent of registered voters want President Trump impeached and removed from office, while 4 percent want Trump impeached but want him to stay in office, and 40 percent of voters oppose impeachment. The Fox News poll found that supposedly showed a double-digit increase in the number of voters who wanted Trump impeached and removed from office.

However, according to a New York Post analysis, Fox News misrepresented Americans’ alleged support for impeachment.

Braun Research, the pollster firm that conducted the survey, noted that 48 percent of its respondents were Democrats; however, the Post revealed that the “actual breakdown” based on party affiliation is 31 percent Democrat, 29 percent Republican, and 38 percent independent.

The Post noted that, when weighting the poll for party affiliation, would have revealed that only 44.9 percent of Americans, or less than a majority, back impeachment of President Trump. Forty-four percent of Americans oppose impeachment, according to the Post‘s analysis.

The Fox News poll incensed President Trump, who noted that, since he first ran for president, he has never had a “good” Fox News poll.

“Whoever their Pollster is, they suck. But @FoxNews is also much different than it used to be in the good old days,” Trump wrote in a tweet this week.

Trump added, “@FoxNews doesn’t deliver for US anymore. It is so different than it used to be. Oh well, I’m President!”

Other conservatives have noted that the Fox News poll may also be misrepresenting Americans’ support for impeachment.

Emerald Robinson, chief White House correspondent for One America News (OAN), said that Paul Ryan, a board member of the Fox News parent company Fox Corp., hired a “polling firm run by liberal activists.”

Robinson said that the poll serves as “cover for GOP to impeach Trump.”
John Roberts, the chief White House correspondent for Fox News, said the methodology for the poll remains the same.
Robinson said in reply to Roberts the “first rule of getting out of a deep hole? Stop digging.”

Author: Sean Moran

Source: Breitbart: New York Post: Fox News ‘Misrepresented’ Impeachment Poll

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