Hope all of you have a good New Year in 2020.. for me, I’m dealing with some personal issues in life.. So, I’ll take a break, and try and break the ice up and hopefully find some sunlight and sunshine later on.. Peace and love, DrWeb out for now…
Folks, there are so, so many crime movies that take place at Christmas. Some are “about” crime during Christmas, like Home Alone or Bad Santa or The Ref, while some others’ interaction with “Christmas movie” themes are somewhat debatable, as in the notable cases of Die Hard and Lethal Weapon.
At the risk of sounding hyperbolic, 2019 felt like the year when civilization teetered definitively toward collapse. Notre Dame burned down, authoritarian governments shut off the internet, a child sailed across the ocean to tell us we were destroying the planet—all of which, of course, is not to mention our own president or what’s happening in England.
By Zachary B. Wolf and Curt Merrill, CNN
Updated 9:08 PM ET, Wed December 18, 2019
“The bad news for Trump is that the party of every President who faced impeachment lost the next presidential election.”
Republican impeachment lies are protecting Trump, but they could destroy America
Washington (CNN)It was on White House letterhead. It read like a string of President Donald Trump’s tweets.
And it was just as dishonest.
On Tuesday afternoon, Trump released a six-page letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in which — employing his distinctive vocabulary and punctuation — he blasted Democrats’ push to impeach him, defended his dealings with Ukraine and touted his accomplishments in office.
Like much of his previous rhetoric about Ukraine and impeachment, much of the letter was false or misleading.
Trump repeated multiple false claims that have been debunked on numerous occasions. He also delivered some new claims that were false, misleading or lacking in context.
We’re not finished going through all of Trump’s claims in his letter, but here are some early fact checks.