The Guardian is headlining a Trump Impeachment story that is rife with pathetic sources and unproven allegations.
- They quote an “influential, 13 term Democrat Congresswoman”. This unnamed influence is none other than Maxine Waters, a disgraced Congresswoman who was involved herself in allegations of corruption wherein she and her family gained monetarily as a direct result of her actions in Congressional decisions, including TARP.
She had a close relationship with Fidel Castro, thanking him for helping people who needed to flee political persecution.
In 2011, Judicial Watch named Maxine Waters as one of the ten most corrupt politicians.
A video of her slamming Shell Oil CEO at a hearing reveals she is a Liberal Socialist stating; ‘This Liberal is about taking over and the government running all of your companies”.
She is continually quoted as demeaning Trump, and stating that she will initiate impeachment proceedings because he ‘doesn’t have good values”, he “is acting in this manner”, and he’s “the most outrageous and ridiculous President”.
This is The Guardians prime source for a Trump Impeachment.
- Their second reasoning source is the FBI Bombshell announcement. And who do they source? Why the esteemed, Dan Rather. Rather claims that the Trump-Russia allegation is going to be bigger than Watergate… Of course, Rather was the main character of the Rathergate Controversy in which 6 documents critical of George Bush’s tenure in the Air National Guard proved to be forgeries. Much like the Trump Dossier…
Rather was fired along with his story producer Mary Mapes. In 2007 Rathers initiated a lawsuit claiming wrongful discharge of employment, while still claiming the forged documents were true and that CBS was simply using him as a scapegoat. The suit was dismissed by New York State Appeals Court in 2009.
This is The Guardians secondary source for a Trump Impeachment.
- Their third choice is John Bonifaz, an attorney who has created numerous ‘non-partison’ Liberal organizations aimed at election reform. He also attempted to find grounds for the impeachment of George Bush for misleading statements that led to the Iraq War.
His statement that is used to convict Trump is, “I think there are many members of Congress who are deeply troubled. I think it’s only a matter of time before a resolution gets introduced in the United States Congress that starts this process of an impeachment investigation in the House of Representatives.”
He then states that Vice President Mike Pence will be the one initiating the process.
This is The Guardians third source.
This isn’t the first time the Pence rumor has floated and it is sounding more and more like a deliberate fakery in order to ‘divide and conquer’ at the very core. Only the Liberal media have run this line – without any evidence whatsoever.
But then The Guardian has a trail of tears from laughingly calling for the assassination of Bush, to hiring a Muslim terrorist to write copy for them. While they claim they had no idea he was a member of the Hizb ut-Tahrir terrorist organization, that doesn’t exactly bode well for a new organization claiming they are the best and most trusted and most in-depth reporters and journalists… They hired a terrorist knowingly.
They have been labeled anti-semite, have had gag orders placed on them for releasing confidential information, and if that isn’t enough:
Aw shucks… He does have the fingers of a million Octopi!
Politico, another Soros spearhead for ‘independent news’, continually derides Trump. An impeachment article they ran April 17, 2016 calculates that such impeachment proceedings will be initiated by McCain, Graham, Pelosi, and Ryan.
Nothing new here given they are all Soros wolves. But the Pence allegation is clearly a shadow stab to derail and divide. Not his style.