Sunday, August 6, 2017


Submitted by: P McMillan

The recess appointments that could have finally been made to enable a complete Cabinet, add needed judges, add confirmation nominees to DOJ & more, just shows the depth the Senate has become to their donors & lobbyist Globalist wishes against that of the country. 

 Republican Senate blocks PTrump from recess appointments.

Remember the predictions that McCabe would be GONE today? 
That the Sessions Presser would reset the Mueller Investigation?
That FINALLY POTUS would prevail?
Instead Friday has brought us:
Senate leaving DC after promising to stay until mid-August.
Senate tying up POTUS by removing his ability to issue recess appointments.
McCain threatening to reunite the Gang of 8 to counter RAISE
New leaks of transcribed phone calls between POTUS, Mexico and Australia
Mueller’s announcement of Grand Jury in DC, which voted for HRC 96% to 4%
No progress on Healthcare or Tax Reform – by congressional design
R’s trashing POTUS on national TV – Collins, McCain, Graham
All 100 Senators HAD to agree.  So where are the vaulted Senators like Cruz?

Republican Senate Blocks President Trump From Recess Appointments…

Posted on August 4, 2017 by sundance
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And remember, there are some people who think the “UniParty” isn’t real. Meanwhile, republicans led the way in the Senate to initiate a rules process blocking President Trump from recess appointments during the upcoming Senate break.   The pro-forma session process requires all Senators to agree to the rules maneuver; they did.

There are over 100 Trump nominations awaiting confirmation from the Senate.  The Senators will not return until after Labor Day.
WASHINGTON DC – […] Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), doing wrap up for the entire Senate, locked in nine “pro-forma” sessions — brief meetings that normally last roughly a minute.

The move, which requires the agreement of every senator, means the Senate will be in session every three business days throughout the August recess.
The Senate left D.C. on Thursday evening with most lawmakers not expected to return to Washington until after Labor Day.

Senators were scheduled to be in town through next week, but staffers and senators predicted they would wrap up a few remaining agenda items and leave Washington early. (read more)

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