Category Archives: Women in Politics

Senate Homeland Security Committee authorizes subpoenas to Obama-era officials in review of Russia probe, unmasking

Thursday the Senate Homeland Security Committee voted to authorize subpoenas to the FBI and other agencies for records and testimony from Obama-era officials related to the bureau’s original Russia investigation and the Justice Department inspector general’s review of that probe.

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Seattle protesters storm City Hall, demand mayor resign after driving police out of area, declaring autonomous zone

When are these damn dumb demonrats going to start kicking ass?  Oh that’s right, liberal women are wimps. Hundreds of protesters, aided by a sympathetic City Council member, stormed Seattle‘s City Hall Tuesday night to demand the mayor’s resignation, just days after seizing a six-block downtown zone that includes a shuttered police precinct.

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Grenell declassifies names of Obama officials who ‘unmasked’ Flynn

Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell has decided to declassify information about Obama administration officials who were behind the “unmasking” of Michael Flynn — whose calls with the former Russian ambassador during the presidential transition were picked up in surveillance and later leaked — and their names could soon be made public.

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Durham moving ‘full-throttle’ on Russia probe review, top federal prosecutors involved

U.S. Attorney for Connecticut John Durham is going “full throttle” with his review into the origins of the investigation into suspected Russia-Trump coordination in the 2016 election, with additional top prosecutors involved in looking at different components of the original probe.

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Michigan Gov. Whitmer extends modified stay-at-home order into May, as lawmakers intervene

Friday Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer extended the state’s stay-at-home order to May 15, while making some revisions to the policy — even as the state’s legislature has scheduled a special session to launch a committee to review her actions in response to the coronavirus crisis.

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Pelosi rips Trump as ‘weak leader,’ tells ‘Fox News Sunday’ he’s failed on coronavirus response

Piglosi gave President Trump an ‘F’ for what she called “weak” leadership during the coronavirus pandemic and promised that despite recent snags, Congress will “soon” reach an agreement for adding $250 billion to replenish a program that provides forgivable loans to small businesses.

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Michigan Gov. Whitmer facing backlash for going to ‘radical extremes’ with stay-at-home order

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is facing backlash following an expansion to her state’s stay-at-home order that prohibits not just public gatherings, but private ones as well — regardless of size or family ties — in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Trump says coronavirus to peak ‘around Easter,’ slams Pelosi criticism in ‘Fox & Friends’ interview

Monday President Trump predicted coronavirus cases in the U.S. will likely peak “around Easter” as he defended his administration’s decision to extend strict social distancing guidelines through the end of April – suggesting millions of lives could be saved by the measures.

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Trump fires back at Michigan’s Whitmer, claims Dem governor ‘doesn’t have a clue’

Friday night President Trump took aim at Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer claiming in a Twitter message that the Democrat was “way in over her head” amid the coronavirus outbreak and “doesn’t have a clue.”

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Judge Napolitano: Hillary Clinton faces a Catch-22 in deposition over private email server

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton could potentially fight a ruling that she must sit for a sworn deposition before a federal judge, but she would have to ask Attorney General William Barr for help, Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano explained Tuesday.

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