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Contradictions Surface During Impeachment Testimony

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Contradictions Surface During Impeachment Testimony

Over the next few days, eight key witnesses are set to testify before the House impeachment inquiry, with several of those witnesses giving contradicting accounts of the Ukraine incident since it became public.

A top Republican has requested that the upcoming testimonies be postponed due to breaking and secretive developments behind closed doors.

At the center of the discrepancies that are frustrating the Democrats’ narrative is the changing testimony of Ambassador Sondland.

Sondland initially said that there was no quid pro quo.

After others testified that they had heard Sondland claim that Ukraine aid was contingent on Ukraine officials investigating the Bidens, Sondland’s memory was suddenly “refreshed.” He now claims he remembers Trump making a quid pro quo demand.

It sounds like the Democrats can’t get their stories straight even when they’re at the helm.

What do you think? Can the testimonies of the impeachment witnesses be trusted?

Yes or No?

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White House Watch

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Trump Administration To Begin Enforcing New Deportation Rules On Central America

The White House announced that the Trump administration plans to enforce new asylum rules on Central American countries.

The new rules, set to go in place today, will allow the US to begin sending asylum seekers back to Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador.

Under the agreement, those nations must first deal with asylum-seeking immigrants as they pass through their borders before allowing them to continue to the US, if at all.

The agreement is meant to tighten the flow of illegal immigration into the United States.

What do you think? Is Trump’s new immigration policy a win for America?

Yes or No?

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Spin Control

NY Liberals Loosening Bail Rules For Dangerous Criminals

As part of their ongoing “criminal justice reform” efforts, NY liberals are set to abolish bail requirements for supposedly “low-key” crimes.

Those accused of second-degree manslaughter, negligent homicide, making threats of terrorism, and other heinous crimes against special victims won’t have to post bail or face jail time while they await their trial.

The new policy is already beginning to have an impact. In one case, an accused drug dealer who may be responsible for a man’s overdose reportedly yelled, “Cuomo for president!” in Spanish after learning that the NY governor had signed the new bill into law.

Such a step is just another example of liberals chipping away at the American system of law and order.

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