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After Dems Demand Trump’s Impeachment, Obama’s Dirtiest Skeleton Just Came Creeping Out



Democrats calling for President Donald Trump to be impeached will be unhappy to read or hear this news that comes directly from a well educated Harvard law professor named Alan Dershowitz. Anti-Trumpers keep calling for impeachment, but not being sure of how or why they want Trump impeached other than the fact that Hillary lost and they just don’t like Trump. Unfortunately for them, not liking someone is not an impeachable offense. A president can’t be impeached because his adversaries simply don’t like him. If that were the case, then every president would have been impeached by now. Following rules may not be in the Democrat handbook at all times. Alan Dershowitz will give them even more bad news now that he’s stating that there is no evidence to prove that Donald Trump has “committed crimes and impeachable offenses.”

There we go. When a law professor from an Ivy League college has to tell people that there’s no reason Trump can currently be impeached, then what else do you need? Keep in mind that colleges of today seem to be very liberal in nature, often filled with whiny protesting students who live the life of entitlement and Harvard is no stranger to that.

While everyone’s looking for dirt on Trump, we are constantly being reminded of the things that Barack Obama actually did, such as pay off a volatile preacher $150,000 to no preach anymore before one of Obama’s elections. You can Google “Obama Paid Off Rev. Wright” to see what I’m talking about. Wright was often called the “hate preacher” and he was doing his thing in Chicago. Barack needed him to be quiet for a while so that they weren’t connected and made voters turn their backs because they didn’t like what Wright said.

Dershowitz said, “I fully understand why so many people want, hope that President Trump has committed crimes and impeachable offenses, but the evidence isn’t there. The president or a candidate is entitled to contribute anything he wants to his own campaign. The only issue here is whether or not there was a failure to report the contribution. That was to the treasurer of the campaign and not to the president and conspiracy is a very big stretch.”

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He added, “It’s a stretch. It’s a stretch. Look the reporting — if it occurred, would have occurred after the election considering the chronology of everything, and so to stretch and make a reporting violation which so many campaigns have. President Obama’s campaign had to pay $300,000 for reporting violations. To make a conspiracy out of that when the law itself says the treasurer is responsible, not the candidate, is an example of precisely what we’re seeing, trying to stretch the law to fit somebody, who many Americans hope and want to see commit a crime or commit an impeachable offense.”

Dershowitz also stated what might be a real problem for Trump, and it’s not Mueller or any investigation. Instead, it would be something likely tied to one of Trump’s businesses that might be an issue.

“The “greatest risk” to President Donald Trump’s presidency and businesses is not Special Counsel Robert Mueller, but federal prosecutors in New York, according to Alan Dershowitz.

Dershowitz, a Harvard Law professor emeritus, explained on “Fox & Friend” on Monday that Trump has constitutional defenses to Mueller’s Russia probe, but that is not the case with respect to the investigations being conducted by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York.

He noted that last week federal prosecutors secured a guilty plea from longtime Trump attorney Michael Cohen and granted immunity to the Trump Organization’s chief financial officer, Allen Weisselberg.

A source told Fox News that Weisselberg’s immunity agreement was related to the grand jury probe into Cohen’s personal business dealings, including his hush money payments to two women, Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal, who allege they had affairs with Trump.

“These are business investigations,” Dershowitz explained. “And of course, the president can’t be indicted, but his businesses can be indicted.

He said investigators can look into the inner workings of Trump’s businesses, including loans secured, foreign investment and foreign involvements.

“If I were Trump’s lawyers, I’d be focusing all of my defense efforts on the Southern District, and let the Mueller probe go. I don’t think it’s going anywhere, but the Southern District raises some real red flags for Trump’s businesses,” Dershowitz said.

He noted that his friend Harvey Silverglate wrote a book titled “Three Felonies A Day,” which says that if a U.S. attorney’s office investigates any complicated business, they are going to uncover several federal crimes every day.

“That’s the way the laws are written. If you look hard enough, you’re going to find something. And they’re looking very, very hard,” Dershowitz said.

“It’s targeting people. And if they can target President Trump, they can target you. They can target anyone. That’s the problem.”



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California Just Hit With A NEW Wave Of Deadly Attack – Not Fires




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A norovirus outbreak is sweeping through a shelter for wildfire victims in Northern California, potentially causing diarrhea, fever and body aches in anyone who is infected, The Associated Press reports.

The norovirus is highly contagious and has prompted shelter workers to quarantine infected residents separate from others in the shelter. Staff cleaned the shelter with bleach Wednesday, according to the AP.

The victims of the virus are likely people displaced by the Camp Fire, the most deadly fire in state history after killing at least 56 people. The Camp Fire has wiped out more than 9,000 houses and commercial buildings. It had burned 140,000 acres and was 40 percent contained by Thursday morning, according to the state fire agency Cal Fire.

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Administrator Brock Long met with Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown and emergency officials in California Wednesday. The Trump administration officials surveyed the wreckage of the Camp Fire, especially around Paradise, a town of about 27,000 that was 95 percent destroyed by the Camp Fire.

“Every time I come to California I say this is the worst fire I’ve seen. Once again this is the absolute worst,” Zinke said in Wednesday tweet. “Worse than any war zone I saw in Iraq. The heroism of firefighters is amazing.”

“We’ll be here for several years working this disaster,” Long said at a press conference after surveying Paradise, according to NBC News.

Trucks destroyed by the Camp Fire are seen in Paradise, California, U.S., November 14, 2018. REUTERS/Terray Sylvester

Trucks destroyed by the Camp Fire are seen in Paradise, California, U.S., November 14, 2018. REUTERS/Terray Sylvester

“The infrastructure is basically a total rebuild at this point,” Long said. “You’re not going to be able to rebuild Paradise the way it was.”

The Woolsey Fire, a major fire burning in Southern California, has consumed another 98,000 acres and was 57 percent contained by Thursday morning. It has killed at least two people and razed 600 structures, according to Cal Fire.

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President Trump isn’t anywhere near done with Special Counsel Robert Mueller. He laid into him again over this witch hunt. In a couple of tweets, Trump called the investigation a total mess. He also called it a “witch hunt like no other in American history.”

Trump is sick of this investigation ruining lives and going nowhere all for something that never happened. The president held his tongue during the midterm elections but is dropping the hammer now. Sarah Palin has the scoop on Trump’s fight:

President Trump has renewed his criticisms of the ongoing investigation led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

In a pair of tweets, the president called it a “total mess” and said it is a “witch hunt like no other in American history.”

“The inner workings of the Mueller investigation are a total mess,” Trump tweeted. “They have found no collusion and have gone absolutely nuts. They are screaming and shouting at people, horribly threatening them to come up with the answers they want.”

“They are a disgrace to our Nation and don’t care how many lives the ruin. These are Angry People, including the highly conflicted Bob Mueller, who worked for Obama for 8 years. They won’t even look at all of the bad acts and crimes on the other side. A TOTAL WITCH HUNT LIKE NO OTHER IN AMERICAN HISTORY!” he said.

Trump has routinely criticized the special counsel investigation but was mum on the issue leading up to the 2018 midterm elections. Instead, Trump used his social media platform to endorse political candidates and draw attention to a thousands-strong migrant caravan.

Here’s more, from Politico:

Trump’s broadsides against the Mueller investigation are some of the most direct in recent weeks, reviving past attacks against Mueller’s time as FBI director in the Obama administration, and calling for the investigation of unspecified “bad acts and crimes on the other side.”

Reuters on Tuesday reported that Trump and his legal team were finalizing the president’s answers to questions about Russian interference and that he would not be responding to inquiries about whether or not he sought to obstruct the probe.

Whether Trump would respond to questions from the special counsel has been a point of negotiation for over a year, as Trump has insisted he wants to sit for an interview, a move his legal team has advised against out of fear that the president might perjure himself.

Trump’s criticism also comes after an effort in the Senate to advance a protection bill was objected to by Republican Leader Mitch McConnell.

From the Hill:

A bill to protect the special counsel’s investigation into Russian election interference and possible collusion between Trump’s campaign and Moscow was blocked Wednesday by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), who said earlier in the day that there was no threat to Mueller from the president.

Democrats, and some Republicans, called for the legislation to be passed in the wake of Trump ousting Attorney General Jeff Sessions last week and replacing him with acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker, Sessions’s former chief of staff.

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