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BREAKING: Mueller Report Subpoenaed by Congress

President Trump may finally get the transparency he was looking for just a week ago.

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In a nod to the transparency touted by Attorney General Bill Barr and President Trump himself, Congress has now voted to subpoena the Mueller report regarding the RussiaGate scandal.

The move comes after weeks of intense politicking in which only a handful of congressmen and women earlier opposed the release of the report to Congress.

The House Judiciary Committee voted Wednesday to authorize a subpoena to compel the Justice Department to hand over special counsel Robert Mueller’s full report to Congress.

The committee voted 24-17 to approve a resolution authorizing subpoenas for Mueller’s report, including accompanying exhibits and other attachments, as well as its underlying evidence at a business meeting Wednesday morning.

The moves comes after a previous legislative maneuver failed to produce results.

The Justice Department did not comply with an April 2 deadline set by six Democrats chairing committees in the House for sending the full Mueller report to Congress. So far, Congress has only received a four-page summary of the report from Attorney General William Barr.

While the President yesterday seemed testy about the possible release of the Mueller report, and the subpoenas that could bring about such a revelation, the Commander in Chief has long been promoting the idea of transparency in the case.

After all, Trump has maintained his innocence throughout the course of the investigation.

The American people overwhelming support the release of the report as well, with polls showing that more than 80% of the country believes transparency to be imperative.

 

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Despite Major Pushback, Bernie Sanders Sticks with Felon Voting Stance

Bernie Sanders is sticking to his guns on this one, despite the immediate and harsh feedback that he has received from Americans on the issue.

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Bernie Sanders, the de facto frontrunner in the current 2020 democratic field, may have exposed his own achilles heel on television earlier this week. Sanders, a democratic socialist by nature, Independent Senator officially, and a democratic Presidential candidate out of necessity, has long been on the outside looking in at mainstream politics.  Now, thanks to the pure and unadulterated insanity of the world we live in, he has risen to the left’s pile of possible presidents; his views no longer so far to the left…now that the center is moving toward him. But don’t let a desensitized democratic constituency make you believe that Bernie wouldn’t still have some bizarre, left-field ideas out there to shock us with.  Sanders himself, during a CNN town hall event this week, stated his belief that incarcerated felons should have the right to vote.  When pressed by CNN host Chris Cuomo, who asked if the Boston Marathon Bomber should be allowed to vote, Bernie upheld his belief to a stunned crowd. The media fallout was almost immediate, and has been continuing ever since. Bernie Sanders, for his part, is shrugging this aside and now tripling-down on his belief at a “She The People” event. “And I was told this was a terrible idea despite the fact that in Canada and in countries all over the world — why did I say that?” Sanders said. “I said that because the right to vote is essential. If you are a citizen, you have the right to vote.” Then Sanders compared that right to voting rights connection to race and gender. “And that is a right we must protect because we know the history of this country. We know that women didn’t have the right to vote,” Sanders said. “We know that African Americans didn’t have the rights…

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CONFIRMED: Beto Said He Did Not Flee 1998 DWI, Officers At the Scene Say He’s Lying

BUSTED!

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It was reported during his failed Senate run last year that former Rep. Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke (TX) fled the scene of a DWI over two decades ago. Beto has denied this happened. However, officers at the scene of the crime say Beto did, in fact, attempt to flee. Busted. From Texas Tribune: The former police officer who arrested Beto O’Rourke for driving drunk in 1998, along with the sergeant who signed the incident report, both say they believe now what they reported at the time: that O’Rourke tried to leave the scene of the wreck he caused. O’Rourke admits he was intoxicated and says there is no justification for his actions, but he has denied that he tried to flee. […] Neither the investigating officer, Richard Carrera, nor his former supervisor, Gary Hargrove, specifically recalls the events of that night more than 20 years ago. But both of the former Anthony Police Department officers told The Texas Tribune they have no doubt the report they compiled and signed is accurate. A Beto spokesman noted, “Beto’s DWI is something he has long publicly and openly addressed over the last 20 years at town halls, on the debate stage, during interviews and in Op-Eds, calling it a serious mistake for which there is no excuse. This has been widely and repeatedly reported on.” LOOK (zoom in): Beto O’Rourke, truth teller? Not so much. In that respect, he actually fits in quite swimmingly with the other 2,385 Democrat presidential candidates. Check this out… From Daily Wire: Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke made five false statements in an attack on President Donald Trump this week when he was confronted over why he compared the president to the Third Reich. O’Rourke noted, “I compared the rhetoric that the president has employed to the rhetoric…

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