Donald Trump is acquitted

The articles of impeachment brought against President Donald J. Trump by House Democrats were were rejected by a Republican-led Senate.

The U.S. Senate on Wednesday voted 52-48 to acquit President Donald Trump of abuse of power, and 53-47 of obstruction of Congress … Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, broke with other Republicans to vote to convict the president on abuse of power charges, …

TheStreet: U.S. Senate Votes to Acquit President Trump of Abuse of Power, Obstruction of Congress

Yes, this is the same Mitt Romney who, on a Republican ticket, unsuccessfully challenged Trump’s predecessor, the incumbent President Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential election.

The false witnesses are being ousted from the government. Twin brothers Alexander and Yevgeny Vindman, born in Ukraine, were fired along with Ambassador Gordon Sondland.

“I was advised today that the president intends to recall me effective immediately as United States Ambassador to the European Union,” Mr. Sondland said in a statement on Friday.

Portland businessman Gordon Sondland out as ambassador to the European Union
By Molly Young | The Oregonian/OregonLive and Jeff Manning | The Oregonian/OregonLive

“The truth has cost LTC Alexander Vindman his job, his career, and his privacy,” [David] Pressman said. Vindman’s attorney [Pressman] indicated that the Iraq War veteran’s twin brother Yevgeny, who serves as a senior lawyer on the NSC, was also removed from his post and exited the White House alongside his brother.

POLITICO: Impeachment witnesses ousted amid fears of Trump revenge campaign
Updated: 02/07/2020 07:17 PM EST

The truth. We have to deprive them of that. The Vindmans were born and raised in Ukraine, and too loyal to Ukraine rather than the United States.

The Democrats fear revenge, and yes, we need revenge against the Democrats. We need to break the backs of federal law enforcement labor unions. They’ve been punching in the time clock on the people’s dime to deprive the people of their lives, liberty and property, without due process of law, in the very name of democracy.

The House Committee on Homeland Security Jan. 29 approved a bill that would move Transportation Security Officers (TSOs) under the Title 5 personnel system and the General Schedule pay scale, which cover most federal employees.

The law would give TSOs equal collective bargaining rights and finally ensure these officers have the same workplace rights as other federal workers.

AFGE, which represents 45,000 TSOs nationwide, is now working with members of Congress to get the bipartisan bill, H.R. 1140, to the House floor for a vote. Once it passes the House, it will then head to the Senate. The Rights for Transportation Security Officers Act was introduced by House Homeland Security Chairman Bennie Thompson, D-Miss and House Appropriations Chairwoman Nita Lowey, D-N.Y. It currently has 238 co-sponsors.

American Federation of Government Employees
House Panel Approves Bill Moving TSA Officers under Title 5, GS Pay Scale

We the people are not in the mood for a “Rights for Transportation Security Officers Act.” Those striking pro-impeachment labor-union law-enforcement government employees are the lowest scum of the earth, and what they really need to be continually punished and progressively held accountable for continually and progressively violating THE RIGHTS OF THE PEOPLE, including but not limited to our RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS. They are in rebellion against the Constitution of the United States, and their Congressional agitation for federal employee “rights” under color of law, over and above the rights of the people they were hired to serve, must be held forth as a prime example of High Treason.

We the people, conversely, are not pleading guilty to anything, and we are not in the mood to “bargain” with corrupt labor-union Democrat DAs on the false and foreign-motivated criminal charges they (Yevgeny Vindman and so many others) “collectively” lay against us in U.S. courts on various 9/11- or terrorism-related pretexts under color of law in open defiance of the U.S. Constitution.

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