(Justin Deschamps) Q dropped this today. Voter fraud is a major problem, and both parties are guilty of manipulation. Trump has taken a stance that he wants in-person voting as opposed to voting by mail, due to the fact mail-in voting is extremely susceptible to manipulation.
(Emily Zanotti) Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) says the House of Representatives will finally take up the bipartisan Senate coronavirus relief bill on Friday, more than 24 hours after the measure passed the Senate, 96-0. In a press conference Thurdsay morning, however, she says she is still unsatisfied with the bill and that a fourth coronavirus relief package may be necessary.
(Jason Brett) As the markets continue to drop and the U.S. looks to Congress for agreement on a massive stimulus package to save the economy from impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, the newest offer by House Democrats includes a very forward-looking kind of stimulus: the creation of a ‘digital dollar’ and the establishment of ‘digital dollar wallets.’ In what will send shock waves through the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry, particularly for those following central bank digital currencies around the world, this signals the U.S. is serious in establishing infrastructure for a central bank digital currency.
(Erica Werner, Mike DeBonis and Paul Kane) The Senate is aiming to vote as soon as Wednesday evening on a $2.2 trillion emergency relief package that is designed to flood the U.S. economy with money as households and businesses continue to reel from the coronavirus outbreak.
(Zero Hedge) Update: And here is Pelosi’s response. Stay classy San Francisco.
(Zero Hedge) Yesterday, Nancy Pelosi finally decided to move forward with the impeachment process after an inexplicable delay. She insisted she was trying to guarantee a “fair trial” for the president in a Senate that’s deeply divided along partisan lines. Of course, as anybody who has been paying even the slightest attention to politics over the last decade and a half knows, guaranteeing a non-partisan impeachment trial in the senate is like trying to sweep up leaves on a windy day.
(Zero Hedge) As was 100% expected, the House has voted to impeach President Trump (for abuse of power), who joins Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton as the only presidents to be impeached since the adoption of the Constitution in 1788.
(James Howard Kunstler) Is it possible that Rep. Adam Schiff was hung out to dry by the devious Ms. Pelosi, feeding his vanity to be a one-man impeachment wrecking crew, knowing that the congressman from Hollywood would utterly blow it? Hmmmmm. Begins to look that way as Mr. Schiff’s House Intel Committee goes public this Wednesday with its soviet-style format on full display.
(Zero Hedge) Update: Just before 11:30am ET, the House had enough votes – with 232 for and 196 against, largely along party lines, as Democrats Collin Peterson of Minn. and Jeff Van Drew of N.J. voted no, while Justin Amash voted for and four members not voting – to adopt the resolution that puts Trump on the path toward impeachment.
(Zero Hedge) Update: House minority leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) responded to Monday’s announcement, tweeting “It’s been 34 days since Nancy Pelosi unilaterally declared her impeachment inquiry. Today’s backtracking is an admission that this process has been botched from the start. We will not legitimize the Schiff/Pelosi sham impeachment.”
(Zero Hedge) House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is in a tough spot. After caving in to pressure from her party to launch an impeachment inquiry based on a CIA ‘whistleblower’ report that Trump abused his office to pressure Ukraine into investigating 2020 rival Joe Biden, Pelosi must now decide on whether to proceed with a formal vote amid mounting evidence that Trump did nothing wrong.
(Sun Dance) Pelosi’s House Rule Changes are Key Part of “Articles of Impeachment”, Being Drafted Over Next Two Weeks…
(Mac Slavo) Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s daughter is warning that Jeffrey Epstein’s sudden arrest for sex trafficking could implicate some of their “faves.” Christine Pelosi, a Democratic National Committee official said Saturday that it is “quite likely that some of our faves are implicated” in the “horrific” sex-trafficking case against politically connected financier and billionaire Epstein.
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