5.28.20 News Roundup! Big Win For the State Of Texas, Stock Market Continues To Respond To the Reopening Of Our Country, China Is About To Feel the Wrath Of the Eagle, Wilbur Ross’ Interview, PDJT Will Veto FISA Reauthorization, Jim Jordan’s Interview, AG Barr Appoints West Texas U.S. Attorney to Support Durham Investigation – Review Unmasking Before and After 2016 Election, Matt Whitaker’s Interview, New Ad…..

We are going to have to win in court to stop the Democrats plan of having the November 3rd Election done through the mail. The Texas Supreme Court told the Democrats to go pound sand with their BS scam.

From the article linked above:

The Texas Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that lack of immunity to COVID-19 alone is not a physical disability that qualifies people to vote by mail.

The ruling is a victory for Attorney General Ken Paxton, who has argued that only a physical illness or disability that prevents voters from going to the polls should qualify people to vote by mail. It is a loss for the Texas Democratic Party and voting rights groups who had pushed for expanded mail voting during the coronavirus pandemic and had won temporary victories in lower courts.

In the majority opinion from the Texas Supreme Court, Chief Justice Nathan Hecht, joined by six other justices, acknowledged the intense political debate surrounding voting by mail.

“The question before us is not whether voting by mail is better policy or worse, but what the Legislature has enacted. It is purely a question of law,” he wrote. “Our authority and responsibility are to interpret the statutory text and give effect to the Legislature’s intent. We agree with the State that a voter’s lack of immunity to COVID-19, without more, is not a “disability” as defined by the Election Code.”

As more of our country reopens, the Stock Market is taking notice and is responding accordingly.

From the article linked above:

Stocks soared Tuesday as enthusiasm builds about the reopening of the country and the development of a coronavirus vaccine.

The S&P 500 rose nearly 2%, breaking over 3,000 for the first time since March 5. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose over 2%, briefly trading above 25,000 for the first time since early March.

[…] “You could see a fairly rapid recovery,” JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said Tuesday. “The government has been pretty responsive, large companies have the wherewithal, hopefully, we’re keeping the small ones alive.”

Dimon added that “you’re already seeing the positive effects of the opening-up taking place, at least for the economy,”according to Bloomberg.

American consumer confidence stabilized as well, having plummeted to its lowest level in about six years at 85.7, in April. The confidence index recovered to 86.6 in May, CNBC reported. The rate of recovery was much higher than what economists expected and hoped for, as a Dow Jones survey found that economists predicted a confidence index of 82.3 in May.

China is playing stupid games when it comes to Hong Kong and will win stupid prizes from the USA.

Secretary Pompeo dropped a bomb on Twitter:

From the article linked above:

The Trump administration said it could no longer certify Hong Kong’s political autonomy from China, a move that could trigger sanctions and have far-reaching consequences on the former British colony’s special trading status with the U.S.

Secretary of State Michael Pompeo announced the decision Wednesday, a week after the government in Beijing declared its intention to pass national security legislation curtailing the rights and freedoms of Hong Kong citizens. The National People’s Congress, China’s legislature, is expected to pass the measure later on Thursday.

“Hong Kong does not continue to warrant treatment under United States laws in the same manner as U.S. laws were applied to Hong Kong before July 1997,” Pompeo said in a statement. “No reasonable person can assert today that Hong Kong maintains a high degree of autonomy from China, given facts on the ground.”


Pompeo’s decision opens the door for a range of options, from visa restrictions and asset freezes for top officials to possibly imposing tariffs on goods coming from the former colony.

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross was interviewed yesterday and discussed the likelihood of an economic response toward Beijing to countermand aggressive geopolitical ambitions.

Shifting high-tech industrial manufacturing away from China, back to the United States, is an important component in the strategic U.S. economic approach.

Our President tweeted he will veto the House FISA re-authorization if it is passed without first investigating and exposing prior FISA abuses committed against his prior election campaign and administration:

Lou Dobbs discusses the issues with Representative Jim Jordan just before our President tweeted his intent.

Justice Department Spokesperson Kerri Kupec spoke to Sean Hannity. Within the interview: “the attorney general determined that certain aspects of unmasking needed to be reviewed separately as a support to John Durham’s investigation,” Ms. Kupec said.

John Bash is assigned to review the scale of overall Obama-era unmasking to identify if laws were broken and or if downstream leakers can be identified.

From the article linked above:

Attorney General William Barr appointed a federal prosecutor to review so-called “unmasking” requests that Obama administration officials submitted against Trump associates, a spokeswoman for the Justice Department said Wednesday.

Kerri Kupec, the Justice Department spokeswoman, said on Fox News that Barr appointed John Bash, the U.S. attorney for the Western District of Texas, to conduct the review.

Bash will carry out the probe in coordination with U.S. attorneys John Durham and Jeff Jensen, who are looking into various aspects of the Trump-Russia investigation.

“The attorney general determined that certain aspects of unmasking needed to be reviewed separately as a support to John Durham’s investigation,” Kupec told Fox News’ Sean Hannity.

AAG Matt Whitaker was interviewed by Jan Jekielek of Epoch Times. Matt Whitaker shared that the Mueller investigation was used by corrupt interests within the special counsels office to threaten any/all executive branch and congressional officials with “obstruction of justice” charges if they revealed any exculpatory or counter-narrative information during the Mueller probe.

Whitaker describes this as the “obstruction of justice trap.”

Interview Timestamps:

♦03:43 On Judge Sullivan choosing not to dismiss the case against Gen. Flynn
♦06:54 On FBI director Christopher Wray calling for an internal investigation
♦08:41 What kind of accountability will we see for 2016 election surveillance?
♦15:27 The problem with the regulation creating Special Counsels
♦19:32 Obstruction of justice trap?
♦35:38 Communist China’s a greater threat than Russia

Our President is about to drop the hammer on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube etc!

Another great ad released by our President’s re-election campaign.

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