Trump Tweets: The greatest overreach in the history of our Country

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It’s Tuesday.

Monday President Trump’s tweets finished with him quoting Fox News show host Tucker Carlson in two tweets, adding at the end of his second tweet his favorite attack on the media calling them “the Enemy of the People!”

He then quoted Fox News show host Sean Hannity in another tweet who explained that the newly announced House Judiciary Committee investigation was “modern day McCarthyism.” The president deleted the first tweet, where he spelled McCarthyism, wrong.

He ended his day by re-tweeting Judicial Watch, the White House, and by explaining that Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) was once again under fire for “her terrible comments concerning Israel.” He ended that tweet by saying it was “a dark day for Israel.”

For What It’s Worth: Politico is reporting that the House Democrats plan to vote on a Resolution that will condemn anti-Semitism. Currently the four page Resolution does not personally condemn the Freshman Democrat, according to the article, “this has been an internal dispute among Democrats,” the vote is expected Wednesday if the final Resolution is agreed up among Democratic leadership. The Resolution can be found at the linked article.

At some point Monday evening President Trump tweeted a video from Fox Business show host Lou Dobbs, it is currently his pinned tweet (he has now unpinned the tweet) with the heading “Presidential Harassment!” posted above the 1 minute and 57 second video.

Tuesday the President has tweeted so far, five times.

1. They won’t get ANYTHING done for our Country!

3. A big, fat, fishing expedition desperately in search of a crime, when in fact the real crime is what the Dems are doing, and have done!


As the News Blender reported on Monday, the House Judiciary Committee announced an investigation into three key areas:

  • Obstruction of Justice, including the possibility of interference by the President and others in a number of criminal investigations and other official proceedings, as well as the alleged cover-up of violations of the law;
  • Public Corruption, including potential violations of the emoluments clauses of the U.S. Constitution, conspiracy to violate federal campaign and financial reporting laws, and other criminal misuses of official positions for personal gain; and
  • Abuses of Power, including attacks on the press, the judiciary, and law enforcement agencies; misuse of the pardon power and other presidential authorities; and attempts to misuse the power of the Office of the Presidency.

In his statement Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) explained that the issue of 81 letters and document requests, was just the first step in the investigation process.

As the same article explains on Monday, three other Democrat led Committees also published an announcement regarding an investigation into President Trump communications with Russian President Vladimir Putin, specifically whether or not the President destroyed records of his conversations with Putin, violating the Presidential Records Act.

2. Tremendous progress being made!

On Monday the New York Times reported that for the second time in twelve years a “patient appears to be cured of infection with H.I.V., the virus that causes AIDS.”

In an email the patient known only as the “London Patient” told the Times, “I feel a sense of responsibility to help the doctors understand how it happened so they can develop the science.”

He went on to explain that learning he be cured of both cancer and H.I.V infection was “surreal and overwhelming” he added in the email, “I never thought that there would be a cure during my lifetime.”

The first patient known at the time as simply the Berlin Patient, was later identified as Timothy Brown. At the time of Brown’s bone-marrow transplant, a treatment for cancer, not H.I.V., it was unclear the long term effects, but later as the article explains it became clear that Brown was actually cured, “scientists set out to duplicate his result with other cancer patients infected with H.I.V.”

Those scientists had little success with the disease usually returning after nine months, or the patients died of cancer. This left the scientists wondering if Brown, who had two bone-marrow transplants, was just a fluke.

More is expected on the London’s Patient’s treatment Tuesday when the “investigators are to publish their report,” in the medical journal Nature and also when they “present some of the details at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections in Seattle.”

5. Sorry Haters!

News Max explains it’s unclear what poll President Trump is referring to.

This is not the first time President Trump has used the 93 percent approval among his own parties voters.

The first time for 2019 according to Trump Twitter Archive was sent on January 4th, 2019.

6. Free admission for the first 1,500 people!

According to Eric Bolling’s Twitter bio, his show called AMericA is aired on Blaze.TV.

Opinion: I find the irony, that the President who tweeted “Sorry Haters,” just before promoting his wife’s #BeBest campaign, which is suppose to address internet bullying among other things, hilarious.

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