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The Mueller Hearing was a Waste of Time—For Everyone

Today, Former Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller sat in front of Congress for the first time since concluding his much-aggrandized report. In our blog last week, we talked about how the Democrats would make a huge mess of things; however, no one could have predicted exactly how bad this would look for the Democrats. Not only is Mueller unwilling to answer a majority of their questions, he appears tired, frail even. This poor gentleman is being flaunted around the Democrats’ three-ring circus and he looks like he just doesn’t have the patience for it. The New York Post reports: Mueller made it clear long in advance that he didn’t want to ...

Tea Party Patriots Action Weekly Report from Washington for 7/22/19

CALENDAR: The Senate will return on Monday, and the House will return on Tuesday. The Senate will stay in session through Thursday, but the House is currently scheduled to stay in session through Friday. That’s because the House is trying to get all its business done this week, so they can break for six full weeks, and not return until September 9.   LAST WEEK ON THE HOUSE FLOOR: The House came back to work on Monday and passed three bills under Suspension of the Rules. On Tuesday, the House took up H.Res. 489, a resolution condemning what it labeled “President Donald Trump’s racist comments that have legitimized and increa...

Grab Your Popcorn! Mueller Testimony Welcomes the Deranged Democrat Circus

Democrats are strong-arming Robert Mueller, forcing him to come out of retirement and testify in front of their kangaroo court. Negotiations for receiving Mueller’s testimony broke down once already, delaying the proceedings a week, to July 24th. The actual date of Mueller’s testimony may be pushed back again, or a chance remains that he may not testify at all. Fox News has the story: Baier said Democrats are hoping a televised reading of the report will help move the electorate back to their side and claimed some of them are simply searching for a soundbite to use for their reelection campaigns. "We should put the caveat in there that this ...