The person you don’t want to be today is the whistleblower in the attempt to impeach Donald Trump. His name is Eric Ciaramella and he’s 33 years old. He never heard the conversation he blew the whistle on.
Ciaramella is a registered Democrat, held over from the Obama White House. He previously worked with former Vice President Joe Biden, is a vocal critic of Trump and helped initiate the Russia “collusion” investigation of the Trump campaign during the 2016 election.
It is interesting to note that in Washington, where everyone knows who goes to the loo and when, this guy’s name was not leaked on social media. He’s being super-extra protected by the Democrats.
In his complaint, the whistleblower charged that the president used “the power of his office to solicit interference from a foreign country in the 2020 U.S. election.” The whistleblower filed an ‘urgent’ report against Trump on Aug. 12, but it was not publicly released until Sept. 26.
Prior to filing, he had met with Adam Schiff’s Democratic staff for “guidance.” At first, the California lawmaker denied the contacts, but later admitted that his office did, in fact, meet with the whistleblower early on. Here’s the key to this: The guy was a plant in the White House to do exactly what he did.
Sorry to say this will be the final attempt to get rid of Trump before the next election and it won’t work. It didn’t work with Mueller and it won’t work with this young guy who, sadly, doesn’t seem to recognise that he is being used. Too many loose ends, innuendos and unconfirmed speculation.
Toronto has put its two cents into Quebec’s Bill 21 and their motion mirrors similar ones passed by councillors in Calgary, Mississauga and Winnipeg in recent weeks. They have all condemned Quebec’s secularism bill.
Can we talk here? Seriously talk?
When campaigning in the last election, Francois Legault swore up and down that he was no longer a separatist. At that time, when he was trying to get elected, Legault needed to say that. We said that a zebra doesn’t change its stripes.
As everyone can clearly see with Bill 21 and now a test that immigrants have to take to become full-fledged Quebecers, his thinly disguised ‘I’m not a separatist’ veneer is gone.
With city after city condemning what Quebec is doing, what exactly do you think is going to happen? We’ll tell you. Legault will say if you’re not happy with us in Canada, then we will hold a referendum to see if the time is right for Quebec to be its own country.
With Justin Trudeau at the helm now, this is a very scary thought. Trudeau is no match for Legault and will not have the faintest hint of a clue what to do with such a threat.
We are not in favour of what Legault et al are doing, but guess what? He was voted in with a healthy majority and so be it. We will say it again – be careful what you wish for.
Nine Cubans ripped apart AOC and her genius cohorts for supporting the Cuban regime telling those women that they are either ignorant, not socialist or not democratic.
The Cubans wrote an open letter and said, among other things:
You have been in solidarity with a regime maintained by force of arms, murder, imprisonment, repression and compulsory exile of the opponents, which has not held free and democratic elections for more than 60 years, which systematically violates massive and blatantly the civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights of the Cuban people and is sustained by the repression and monopoly of the economy, information, education and public health.
And this ladies and gentlemen, is why Trump is going to get elected again unless someone steps up to the plate in the Democratic Party and throws all the socialists into the Hudson River. Ok, you can give them life jackets but they have to be floating out to sea. Hey Blanche, they can get picked up by a Cuban fishing boat. Then they can go live happily ever after as socialists in Cuba.
It appears that the Conservative party has a bigger problem than Andrew Scheer. Yesterday, Peter Mackay said that Scheer’s loss in the election was like having a breakaway on an open net and missing the net. Sounds very much like he’s gunning for the leadership position, doesn’t it?
Today, Mackay walked back his remarks. saying that he’s not really organising a leadership take-over. Tell it to the marines. He’s busier organising his leadership bid than a queen bee in a hive.
When the Conservative were defeated in 2015 and Harper resigned as leader, MacKay declined to run for the leadership of the party, instead becoming a partner in a Toronto law firm. Ya missed the boat dude. Plus he doesn’t speak a word of French. Not that will matter if Quebec holds a referendum.
Mackay is not the person to lead the Conservative party. Time will tell if Andrew Scheer survives. If he doesn’t, the Conservative party better find someone much better than Peter MacKay.
Good Shabbos We’ll talk…