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Tuesday, October 22, 2019

New Benghazi Docs Confirm Hillary Clinton Email Cover-Up

Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch released new Hillary Clinton emails on the 2012 Benghazi attack and cover-up that have been hidden for years and would have exposed the fact that Hillary had a private server when the State Department discovered her private email back in 2014.

Recall, it was Judicial Watch who blew the story wide open about Hillary Clinton’s use of a private server back in 2015 through a FOIA lawsuit.

The hidden Clinton email shows Hillary’s aides going into overdrive and dispersing talking points in response to Judicial Watch’s FOIA lawsuit seeking records.


Medicare open enrollment

The Medicare open enrollment period is officially under way! MAC, Inc., the Area Agency on Aging, is here to help you navigate the Medicare maze and pick out the prescription plan which best suits your needs.

MAC is offering a series of free Medicare open enrollment events throughout the Lower Shore, featuring one-on-one counseling with members of MAC’s State Health Insurance Program (SHIP). Participants should bring their Medicare card and all medications in their original containers; do not bring lists of medications.

Registration will begin 30 minutes before the start of each enrollment event, and participants will be seen in the order of their arrival.

This is a free service.

Medicare Part D open enrollment sessions will be held at MAC from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the following Fridays: Oct. 25, Nov. 1, Nov. 8, Nov. 15, Nov. 22 and Dec. 6.

Open enrollment also will be held at MAC on Monday, Nov. 25, from 1-3 p.m. In addition, other open enrollment events, all held from 1 to 3 p.m., include:

  • Ocean Pines Library, Monday, Oct. 28
  • Cambridge Library, Wednesday, Oct. 30
  • Pittsville Library, Monday, Nov. 4
  • Pocomoke Library, Wednesday, Nov. 6
  • Snow Hill Library, Tuesday, Nov. 12
  • Crisfield Library, Wednesday., Nov. 13
  • Berlin Library, Monday, Nov. 18
  • Cambridge Library, Thursday, Nov. 21.
For more information, call MAC at 410-742-0505.

WJZ Baltimore: This is Baltimore - 1959

9-year-old boy accused of setting deadly fire appears in court on murder charges

Eureka, Illinois — A 9-year-old boy accused of setting fire to his family home appeared in Illinois court Monday. Kyle Alwood was charged with five counts of first-degree murder and various counts of arson for the killing of five of his relatives on one night in April. Prosecutors say the boy intentionally set the blaze.

CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett was in the courtroom where the judge laid out the charges against the boy. Barnett said Kyle was barely visible above the back of his chair, and his feet barely touched the ground. During the arraignment, Alwood's attorney had to explain some of the terms the judge used, including the words "alleged," "arson" and "residents."

Kyle left the courtroom in tears with his arms crossed, escorted by his paternal grandfather, Barnett added.


It looks like weed, but it's not: Law enforcement warn of fentanyl disguised as cannabis

A dangerous and deadly drug is popping up disguised to look like marijuana.

KUTV obtained an internal law enforcement bulletin describing the trend. The bulletin warned law enforcement agencies across the country to be aware of the potential dangers.

“I think a lot of death could come from this, I think — a lot of people stepping into the realm of overdose unexpectedly,” recovering addict Chris Ruflin said of the photos.

The bulletin states the substance tested positive for fentanyl, heroin, Tramadol, and traces of meth.


Vermont high school girls soccer team yellow-carded for #equalpay shirts

A Vermont high school girl's soccer team got penalized Friday night for removing jersey tops to reveal "Equal Pay" shirts.

After scoring a goal, some of the players from Burlington High School took the opportunity to remove their blue uniform tops to show the white jerseys, according to the Burlington Free Press. The girls team was calling attention to the gender pay gap, which the U.S. women's national soccer team famously highlighted this summer after winning their fourth World Cup title. Women nationwide earn 79 cents for every $1 men earn, according to studies by PayScale, a compensation-data company, and Glassdoor, a job-listing site.

But high school players who remove their jerseys to display slogans during a match are automatically issued yellow cards, which cost the Seahorses the lead and, eventually, the game. Referees reportedly issued penalties to four players. Many in the crowd reportedly chanted the slogan while were wearing one of the 500 Nike #equalpay jerseys the team had already sold as part of a fundraiser.


What Did You Do Today?

You will simply not believe this guy's job.

Wife: "So, what did you do today ?"

Husband: "I changed a light bulb"

Wife: "That's all ?"

Husband: "Yea, but I filmed it."

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Researchers find a SECOND Japanese warship

Researchers discovered a second Japanese warship in the middle of the Pacific Ocean on Sunday - which sank almost 80 years ago during the Battle of Midway in the Second World War.

The battle in 1942, was a key turning point in the U.S. victory in World War II but led to the loss of six warships - four Japanese and two American. A Japanese cruiser was also destroyed.

Since then, most of the ships have remained lost at the bottom of the ocean, aside from the American carrier the USS Yorktown, which was found by an expedition in 1998, three miles below the surface.


Hillary 2020? Is The Democratic Party "On Suicide Watch"?

Enter, The Dragon

You’d think Hillary Clinton might come up with a better zinger than “Russian asset” when she flew out of her volcano on leathery wings Friday and tried to jam her blunted beak through Tulsi Gabbard’s heart. Much speculation has been brewing in the Webiverse that the Flying Reptile of Chappaqua might seek an opening to join the Democratic Party 2020 free-for-all. Wasn’t “Russian asset” the big McGuffin in the Mueller Report - the tantalizing and elusive triggering device that added up to nothing — and aren’t most people over twelve years old onto that con by now?

It’s not like Tulsi G was leading the pack, with two cable news networks and the nation’s leading newspapers ignoring her existence. Tulsi must have been wearing her Kevlar flak vest because she easily fended off the aerial attack and fired back at the squawking beast with a blast of napalm:
“Great! Thank you @HillaryClinton. You, the queen of warmongers, embodiment of corruption, and personification of the rot that has sickened the Democratic Party for so long, have finally come out from behind the curtain. From the day I announced my candidacy, there has been a concerted campaign to destroy my reputation. We wondered who was behind it and why. Now we know — it was always you, through your proxies….”

George Papadopoulos Warns Obama Lackey James Clapper on Upcoming Revelations: “His Perjury Is Going to Come Back”

Former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos has been speaking out on the criminal conduct by top Obama administration officials during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Last week Papadopoulos told Martha MacCallum on FOX News to discuss the latest developments in Attorney General Bill Barr and Prosecutor John Durham’s investigation of the intelligence community’s actions during the 2016 campaign. Papadopoulos told Martha MacCallum, “We now have growing evidence that the UK and Australia were overtly and actively working with the CIA at the highest levels to spy on the Trump campaign. William Barr and John Durham are not on a wild goose chase… These countries were willfully complicit in what I believe was an international conspiracy to undermine the Donald Trump campaign and assure that if he was elected president that he would be handcuffed.”


Like Him or Not, Trump is Uniquely Suited for Such a Time as This

With the constant drumbeat from the mainstream media, Democrats now hope that the whirlwind in Washington of the so-called impeachment investigation will spread so much smoke that people won’t be able to see what’s going on, except to subliminally conclude that with all that smoke around Donald Trump, there must be a fire, and that it’ll die down with his removal from office.

In fact, President Trump has so much smoke around him because history has thrust on him the role of American firefighter-in-chief charged with extinguishing corruption in government and in the media, as well as fighting a myriad of other smoldering battles -- from protecting the nation’s sovereignty and borders and redressing unfair trade deals and cost-sharing of military defense alliances to promoting policies to secure energy independence and drive economic growth, with a particular passion to deliver opportunity for those at the bottom.

With a second term, Trump is likely to become a historically consequential political realignment leader -- what Andrew Jackson was to the Democrats and Abraham Lincoln was to the Republicans. He has already broadened the base of the Republican Party, and with a little more political jujitsu he can easily make more inroads and gain support from minorities and other constituencies who feel they’ve been neglected, or worse -- have been used as political pawns by the Democrat Party elites, election cycle after election cycle.


Lindsey Graham: Trump’s Syria Policy Could Bring ‘Historic Solutions’

The Jerusalem Post reports: Republican U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham, who has been one of the most vocal critics of President Donald Trump’s decision to move U.S. troops out of northeastern Syria, said on Sunday he now believed “historic solutions” were possible.

In an interview with Fox News, Graham said a conversation he had with Trump over the weekend had fueled his optimism that a solution could be reached where the security of Turkey and the Kurds was guaranteed and fighters from Islamic State contained.

“I am increasingly optimistic that we can have some historic solutions in Syria that have eluded us for years if we play our cards right,” Graham said on “Sunday Morning Futures.”

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It's a Middle-Class Boom -- How Americans are Really Doing Under Trump Economy

“The median or average-income family has seen a gain of $5,003 since Trump came into office. Median family income is now (August 2019) $65,976,” Steve Moore writes for Fox Business.

“Under George W. Bush, the household income gains were a little over $400 in eight years, and under Barack Obama the gains were $1,043. That was in eight years for each. Under Trump, in less than three years, the extra income is about three times larger.”

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“House Democrats’ top impeachment inquisitor abruptly changed from repeatedly insisting on the testimony of a whistleblower against President Donald Trump to working to prevent it,” Mollie Hemingway writes in The Federalist. “Democrats have dramatically switched from demanding transparency about the whistleblower complaint to hiding depositions, transcripts, and evidence.”
“The past several weeks in Washington have shown us the worst of the swamp,” Rep. Fred Keller (R-PA) writes for Fox News. “The people in my district, both Republicans and Democrats, have repeatedly told me they are sick and tired of the way this non-transparent inquiry is going and the fact that Congress fails to do anything other than focus on tearing down the duly-elected president.” 
“The United States government identified hundreds of migrants allegedly falsely claiming familial status and numerous other migrant adults attempting to pose as minors,” Jason Hopkins reports for The Daily Caller. U.S. immigration officials in the El Paso, Texas, area have identified 238 such fraudulent families.

How Much Money Will Be Enough for Baltimore Schools?

The Kirwan Commission has released its proposals to boost spending dramatically for Maryland public schools. One of its key recommendations is pouring far more money into Baltimore schools. I think there is consensus across the political spectrum that Baltimore schools have numerous problems. But will the Kirwan Commission’s funding recommendations make any difference?

For some people, the answer is obviously “yes.” I saw tweets that praised the commission’s recommendations for addressing “underfunding” at Baltimore schools. What does this mean, though? By what measure are Baltimore’s schools supposedly “underfunded”?

Baltimore schools spend $17,493 per pupil. That is the third-highest per-pupil spending rate of any school district in Maryland. It’s unclear how, by any measure, this qualifies as underfunded. Regardless, the commission wants to spend another $823 million a year in Baltimore schools. I fear that this huge increase in money for this school system will fail to turn it around.


"We're Being Robbed" - Central Bank 'Stimulus' Is Really A Huge Redistribution Scheme

When an economy turns from expansion to contraction there is an order of events. The first signs are an unexpected increase in inventories of unsold goods, both accompanied with and followed by business surveys indicating a general softening in demand. For monetarists, this is often confirmed by an inverting yield curve, which tells them that at the margin the short-term rates set by the central bank are becoming too high for business conditions.

That was the position for the US 10-year bond less the 2-year bond very briefly at the end of August, since when this measure, which is often taken to predict recessions, has turned mildly positive again. A generally negative sentiment, fueled mainly by the escalating tariff war between America and China, had earlier alerted investors to an international trade slowdown, expected to undermine the American economy in due course along with all the others. It stands to reason that backward-looking statistics have yet to reflect the global slowdown on the US economy, which is still buoyed up by consumer credit. The German economy, which is driven by production rather than consumption is perhaps a better guide and is already in recession.

After an initial hit, a small recovery in investor sentiment is understandable, with the negative outlook perhaps having got ahead of itself. But we must look beyond that. History shows the combination of a peak in the credit cycle and tariffs can be economically lethal. A brief return to a positive yield curve achieves little more than a sucker rally. It may be enough to put further monetary expansion on pause. But when that is over, and jobs begin to be threatened, there can be no doubt that central banks will ramp up the printing presses.


Lawyer: Illegal Alien Charged with Murdering Four Americans Unfit for Death Penalty Due to Low IQ

An illegally-present alien accused of murdering four Americans over the course of a week in Nevada is set to claim that he is “intellectually disabled” in order to avoid the death penalty.

Wilbur Ernesto Martinez-Guzman, a 20-year-old illegal alien from El Salvador, was charged with murdering 56-year-old Connie Koontz, 74-year-old Sophia Renken, 81-year-old Gerald David, and his 80-year-old wife, Sharon David, between January 10 and 15 after prosecutors said he was looking to steal money from his victims to buy more meth. The state of Nevada is seeking the death penalty.

To avoid the death penalty, though, Martinez-Guzman will seek to the deemed “intellectually disabled” which would make him ineligible for the death penalty, the Associated Press reports:


A Drug Cartel Just Defeated The Mexican Military In Battle

The southwest U.S. border might be quieter now than it was this spring at the height of the migrant crisis, but south of the Rio Grande the Mexican state is disintegrating.

Last Thursday in the city of Culiacan, the capital of Sinaloa state, a battle erupted between government forces and drug cartel gunmen after the Mexican military captured two sons of jailed drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. The elder son, Ivan, was quickly freed by his men, who overpowered government forces and secured his release. Ivan then launched an all-out siege of the entire city in an effort to free his younger brother, Ovidio.

The ensuing scene could have been mistaken for Syria or Yemen. Footage posted on social media Thursday showed burning vehicles spewing black smoke, heavily armed gunmen blocking roads, dead bodies strewn in the streets, and residents fleeing for cover amid high-caliber gunfire.

Armed with military-grade weapons and driving custom-built armored vehicles, cartel henchmen targeted security forces throughout Culiacan, launching more than one dozen separate attacks on Mexican security forces. They captured and held hostage eight soldiers, then kidnapped their families. Amid the fighting, an unknown number of inmates escaped from a nearby prison. At least eight people were killed and more than a dozen were injured.


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WATCH: One giant leap for womankind

Far above our atmosphere, Astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir stepped outside the International Space Station on Friday—the first-ever all-female spacewalk.

President Donald J. Trump called them from the White House during their historic mission, marking the first time since 1969 that an American President has spoken to our astronauts while they were outside their spaceship.

“I just want to congratulate you both. You’re very brave, brilliant women, and you represent this country so well,” the President said. “Our country is very proud of you.”

During the call, the astronauts praised all the female pioneers who came before them and made this incredible moment possible. “There has been a long line of female scientists, explorers, engineers, and astronauts, and we have followed in their footsteps to get us where we are today,” Dr. Meir said.

“We hope that we can provide an inspiration to everybody [who] has a big dream and that is willing to work hard to make that dream come true,” she added. “Something that all of us that have made our way up here have done all throughout our lives. And I can tell you, the hard work certainly did pay off.”

In photos: President Trump calls in for the first all-female spacewalk.

🎬 President Trump: This is a “first step”—the next stop is the Moon.

See the biggest moments from today’s Cabinet meeting

President Trump allowed the press to sit in on his Cabinet meeting for over an hour today—yet another example of how this President is the most open, transparent, and media-friendly leader in our country’s recent history.

Three important moments from the President’s opening remarks are worth your time in particular:

Border Patrol Apprehends Two Men Charged with Sex Crimes over the Weekend

CALEXICO, Calif. – U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the El Centro Sector arrested two previously deported sex offenders over the weekend.

The first incident occurred on Fri., at around 6 p.m., when agents assigned to the El Centro Station encountered a man suspected of illegally entering the United States approximately three miles west of the Calexico West Downtown Port of Entry.  Agents arrested the man and transported him to the El Centro Station for immigration and criminal history screening.

Agents conducted records checks, which revealed that the man identified as Pedro Mata-Guerrero, a 54-year-old Mexican national, was convicted on June 16, 2013, for First-Degree Sexual Assault of a Child out of Milwaukee, Wis. 

Higher Education’s Effort to Rid Itself of Conservatives and Conservative Thought

Higher education prides itself on two overarching values: supporting the marketplace of ideas and academic freedom. But there has been an increasing and unremitting effort to eliminate conservatives and conservative thought in the humanities and social sciences in the American academy.

Channeling the late civil rights advocate President John F. Kennedy, who said “Are we to say to the world — and much more importantly, to each other — that this is the land of the free, except for the Negro?”

Today, he would have said of colleges and universities, “Are we to say to the world — and much more importantly, to each other — higher education today is for diversity and equity except for conservatives?”


State aid plan shorts county schools, again

Rated as the wealthiest county per capita in the state by Kirwan Commission standards, Worcester County’s public school system would see only a comparatively small increase in state aid to education under the commission’s proposed funding formula released this week.

More formally known as the Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education and headed by Dr. William “Brit” Kirwan, the education study group issued preliminary recommendations, spreadsheets and projections that break down how state and local government contributions would be apportioned in the state’s massive overhaul of school funding.

The formula shows that Worcester County would have to budget an additional $5.3 million on its schools in 2030, while the state’s contribution would grow by $7 million for a combined $12.3 million increase in 2030 school spending in Worcester.

By contrast, Wicomico County, which ranks 22nd in the state in per capita wealth, would receive an additional $73.8 million from the state, while its local contribution to the school budget would have to grow by $9.4 million.


Trump's Labeling of 'Fake News' Was an Understatement

Journalism isn't just dead — it's decomposed.

When Chris Wallace — in all Deep State unctuousness — asked Mick Mulvaney on Fox News Sunday to comment on a "well-connected Republican" who allegedly told Wallace there was a 20 percent chance the GOP would vote to remove the president from office, he not only was aiding in that decomposition, he was picking up a shovel and helping dig its grave.

Wallace didn't identify who this "well-connected Republican" is or what he actually said in context, just the tidbit the host wanted to tell us. What Wallace was doing was engaging in propaganda, creating a smear based on the flimsiest hearsay.


Beto Is Wrong About Everything and He'll Soon Be Gone

Horse Mouth O'Rourke is really upping his desperation candidate game:

If a scientist said "Hello" to Beto I would doubt he'd understand it. O'Rourke is the dumbest Democrat still standing, which is saying a lot in a field that includes Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Because most celebrities are stupid, Beto still has a lot of entertainment industry support.

What Beto doesn't understand is that he is nothing more than a product of the mainstream media's "Turn Texas Blue" fever dream. He was never going to win his Senate race against Ted Cruz and now he is a weaker version of Pete Buttigieg, offering no real tactical advantage to Democratic voters.



The Senate Judiciary Committee is having a hearing on the negative effects of cities using "sanctuary" policies on illegal immigration.

This is currently a live video feed.  Once the live feed has ended  you will be able to view the entire video from the beginning. 

Task Force Proposes Raising Summer Parking Rates Slightly, While Offering Free Shoulder Season Days

OCEAN CITY — The resort’s parking task force is recommending a plan to hike some rates during the peak season while offering free parking during the shoulder seasons, while expressing no desire to expand paid parking.

The parking task force, a panel made up of elected officials, business owners, residents and other stakeholders, met last Thursday to begin meting out some real recommendations to forward to the Mayor and Council. The task force met multiple times last spring to begin collecting data and forming conceptual ideas for altering the fee structure in existing paid parking areas to enhance revenue, while maintaining fair and palatable rates for visitors and residents.

The task force then went on hiatus for the summer, during which more data was collected, concepts were molded into firm options and potential changes became clearer. The task force reconvened two weeks ago when options were presented, based on the recommendations of the consultant, City Engineer Terry McGean and his staff and the task force members themselves. At the close of that meeting, ballots were distributed instructing members to rate the various options and begin closing in on a preferred option to forward to the Mayor and Council.


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GOP Senator Argues Impeachment Is Dem Leadership’s Way Of Telling The American People ‘You’re Stupid’

Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) criticized House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Saturday for using an impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump as a way to undo the 2016 presidential election which Democrats suggest was wrongly decided by the American people.

“When I watch the House impeachment proceedings I am both perplexed and appalled,” Kennedy told Fox News host Neil Cavuto. “Here is what I hear Speaker Pelosi and [House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff] saying to the American people: ‘You’re stupid and we are smart.’ I hear them saying to the American people, ‘you are so stupid you can’t govern yourselves.’ I hear them saying ‘you are so stupid that you chose President Trump over Secretary Clinton and we have got to fix it for you.’ I hear them saying ‘you are so stupid we are not even going to show you the evidence, you can’t handle it. We are going to do all of this behind closed doors and then tell you what we are going to do.'”

“I find that appalling. I find it perplexing because I read all these stories about Speaker Pelosi and what an extraordinarily talented politician she is and how she’s a strategic thinker and major tactician and I think to myself, does she really believe the American people are going to fall for this?” he continued. “I know that Speaker Pelosi is a smart lady — she’s not dumb, but if this were anybody else I would be thinking to myself it must suck to be that dumb.”


Manslaughter charge added against teen arrested in deadly Great Frederick Fair assault

Prosecutors have added a manslaughter charge against the 15-year-old Frederick resident arrested last month after a fatal assault at The Great Frederick Fair.

Prosecutor Laura Wilt, with the Frederick County State’s Attorney’s Office, said at a hearing Monday that her office filed the manslaughter charge, one count of first-degree assault and two counts of second-degree assault against the 15-year-old. His 16-year-old brother has been charged with two counts of second-degree assault.

The 15-year-old punched 59-year-old Mount Airy resident John Weed and knocked him to the ground, said Will Cockey, a spokesman for the state’s attorney’s office. The 16-year-old was charged with two counts of second-degree assault, one for an initial punch to the back of the head, the other for spitting on Weed as he was on the ground, Cockey said.


Trump Rips Mitt Romney During White House Comments — Forever Mitt Will Be Known as for His Treason and Back Stabbing

On Sunday Democrat tool Mitt Romney was featured in a lengthy anti-Trump expose’ in The Atlantic.

During the interview Mitt admitted to having a second secret Twitter account following 668 people.

It didn’t take Slate contributor Ashley Feinberg too long to find the secret account.

“Pierre Delecto”

On Sunday The Gateway Pundit posted a few of the 257 liked tweets in Mitt Romney’s secret account.


DEMOCRAT DISASTER: Swing State Voters Oppose Sham Secret Impeachment by At Least 10 Points in Top 6 Swing States

Democrats continue their attempt to remove President Trump through their sham secret impeachment proceedings.

But the voters oppose their criminal proceedings.
Swing voters oppose impeachment by at least 10 points in the top six swing states

The overflow crowd for President Trump.


‘Something Significant’ Found

U.S. Attorney General William Barr has significantly expanded a review into the origins of the Russian collusion hoax investigation, NBC News reported Monday.

The news outlet acknowledged the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) would not say whether the investigation has morphed into a criminal probe.

NBC News, however, reported “Justice Department officials have said [U.S. Attorney John] Durham has found something significant and critics should be careful.”

The news outlet did not elaborate on the findings.

Referring to the expansion of the review into the origins of the Russian probe, NBC News reported, citing multiple current and former officials:

The prosecutor conducting the review, Connecticut U.S. Attorney John Durham, has expressed his intent to interview a number of current and former intelligence officials involved in examining Russia’s effort to interfere in the 2016 presidential election, including former CIA Director John Brennan and former director of national intelligence James Clapper, Brennan told NBC News.

Durham has also requested to talk to CIA analysts involved in the intelligence assessment of Russia’s activities, prompting some of them to hire lawyers, according to three former CIA officials familiar with the matter. And there is tension between the CIA and the Justice Department over what classified documents Durham can examine, two people familiar with the matter said.

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GOP Rep. Palmer: ‘Schiff’s a Liar

For the most part, Rep. Adam Schiff’s (D-CA) Republican colleagues have low regard for the House Intelligence Committee chairman, who is leading the push for President Donald Trump’s impeachment.

During an appearance on Birmingham, AL radio’s Talk 99.5, Rep. Gary Palmer (R-AL), the chairman of the House Republican Policy Committee, put that on display.

He was asked about the whereabouts of the so-called “whistleblower” claiming a quid pro quo between Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who was promoted by Schiff.

“I was in a briefing Wednesday with Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), and I was with the senator Thursday morning, and I am at the point the story has changed on the whistleblower that I am now referring to that individual, whoever it is, as an unnamed collaborator in effort to overthrow a president,” Palmer said on Monday’s “Matt & Aunie Show.”

The Alabama Republican went on to call Schiff a liar, which Palmer said was demonstrated by his track record.

“Schiff’s a liar,” he continued. “I hope it gets back to him. It’s the consensus that we have. He’s proven himself over and over again to be unreliable. He makes things up as he goes.”


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Missing Dog In Salisbury: UPDATE

Please help me find my dog. He is a 15-month old Cirneco del'la Etna named Enzo. He looks like a Pharaoh hound or a small Greyhound. He weighs 30 lbs. Lost between Parker Rd. and Beaglin Park Dr. He is very friendly and very fast. My number is 410-251-1838; my name is Mary Lou Coffin. Enzo is microchipped.
Thanks so much.

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