White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham explains why Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s D-Calif. decision to hold onto the articles of impeachment …

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  1. TMS
    TMS says:

    Rather than continue to try and sell fox content as “news” I suggest the network repackage it as children’s programming and run it exclusively on Saturday mornings.  Mind you, kids are pretty good at detecting nonsense themselves, so fox would probably fail there also.

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  2. Jeffrey Surrency
    Jeffrey Surrency says:

    Well the problem is the ballot fraud scams in both NY and CA that keep people like Pelosi and Schumer "elected for life" and unaccountable to the voters. These scams need to be smoked out, the people running them, executed, and then we can get rid of swamp dwellers like Schumer & Pelosi.

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  3. Jeffrey Surrency
    Jeffrey Surrency says:

    The media is NOT going to look within itself or change, because they are NOT in the news reporting business anymore. They have become nothing more than progressive leftists activists and they don't care about the people. They are the enemy of the people and should be blown off the face of this planet, their offices turned into smoldering piles of rubble, and "real media" installed in their place that will actually "inform" the public.

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  4. Patrick Musson
    Patrick Musson says:

    I'm waiting patiently for the Durham Report, as Durham has the power to launch criminal prosecutions, unlike the IG's report. It's hilarious that the IG stated that there was no 'political bias' found in his investigations.

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  5. Clockwork O
    Clockwork O says:

    Why are liberals haters still watching Fox? This thread is for deplorables only. Go follow your MSM and add your comments to those threads. Will see u where it matters. At the ballot box 2020

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  6. Paul H
    Paul H says:

    “Traditionally it’s always been Republicans suppressing votes in places. Let’s start protecting our voters. We know where they are. Let’s start playing offense a little bit. That’s what you’re going to see in 2020. It’s going to be a much bigger program, a much more aggressive program, a much better-funded program.” 
    — Justin Clark, Senior Campaign Advisor to Donald Trump, Wisconsin chapter meeting of the Republican National Lawyers Association, November 21, 2019

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