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Elizabeth Warren got Mitchslapped!



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Some pretty remarkable #drama in the #UnitedStates #Senate overnight as the #Democrats tried their overnighter stunt again after failing miserably to block #BetsyDeVos’ nomination to be #EducationSecretary. Ms. #DeVos was of course confirmed by a 51-50 vote, with #VicePresident #MikePence breaking the tie. The vote was closer than it should have been, but in the end, it doesn’t really matter. No one in #America, left, center or right, can recall the confirmation vote roll call of any living current or former cabinet holder, and even if you could, it still wouldn’t matter.

Tuesday night, the Democrats tried to show their base they’re willing to get off the mat and get back into the ring, this time to unsuccessfully block one of their own, a man they all like personally, but have to now verbally destroy to satisfy their base, #JeffSessions of #Alabama. Why? He’s going to be a rather effective #AttorneyGeneral, and the #left hates that. So deep into the night, up rose #Massachusetts #Senator and apparent partial #NativeAmerican, #ElizabethWarren. She began to tear into Senator #Sessions and used a Coretta Scott King quote to #demean his #character, without him being present to defend himself, by the way, on the #Senate floor, and continued to ramble on until she began to notice there was a stir going on in the normally empty chamber whenever she speaks. The stir was #MajorityLeader #MitchMcConnell, who interrupted her, appealed to #Nebraska’s #SteveDaines, who had drawn the short straw in serving as the #chair for the evening. The appeal? Rule XIX. Here’s what unfolded:



Rule XIX, for those of you not steeped in the rules of the United States Senate, deals with the #decorum Senators must maintain when exercising floor debate. Sub-section 2 of Rule XIX says this:
  • No Senator in debate shall, directly or indirectly, by any form of words impute to another Senator or to other Senators any conduct or motive unworthy or unbecoming a Senator.

    When Elizabeth Warren accused, even by covering it in Ms. King’s words, Senator Sessions of “using the awesome power” of his office to chill the vote of black citizens, which is demonstrably untrue, she was warned by the chair. She continued. Mitch McConnell then cited sub-section 4 of Rule XIX when he arrived on the floor to put a stop to this nonsense:
  • If any Senator, in speaking or otherwise, in the opinion of the Presiding Officer transgress the rules of the Senate the Presiding Officer shall, either on his own motion or at the request of any other Senator, call him to order; and when a Senator shall be called to order he shall take his seat, and may not proceed without leave of the Senate, which, if granted, shall be upon motion that he be allowed to proceed in order, which motion shall be determined without debate. Any Senator directed by the Presiding Officer to take his seat, and any Senator requesting the Presiding Officer to require a Senator to take his seat, may appeal from the ruling of the Chair, which appeal shall be open to debate.

    Senator Daines, who again was bored out of his mind five minutes earlier listening to this #drivel, suddenly perked up when #McConnell showed up and made the #appeal. Suddenly, his job in the chair got fun as he heard the appeal, remembered Rule XIX, and told Ms. Warren to take her seat. Instantly online, the lefty trolls, who 24 hours earlier were celebrating the attempt by the left to #silence a #woman, Betsy DeVos, were now up in arms that the #Republicans were silencing a woman. Their #hypocrisy Hallmark card should be arriving in the mail any time now.

    Senator Warren, I realize you’ve been a Senator for a few years now, but let me officially welcome you to the new and improved United States Senate, where #rules are now apparently enforced. You’ve just been #Mitchslapped.

    http://hotair.com/archives/2017/02/08/elizabeth-warren-gets-mitchslapped/

Elizabeth Warren Gets Mitchslapped

The Senator will take her seat.
 

Elizabeth Warren got Mitchslapped!



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Some pretty remarkable #drama in the #UnitedStates #Senate overnight as the #Democrats tried their overnighter stunt again after failing miserably to block #BetsyDeVos’ nomination to be #EducationSecretary. Ms. #DeVos was of course confirmed by a 51-50 vote, with #VicePresident #MikePence breaking the tie. The vote was closer than it should have been, but in the end, it doesn’t really matter. No one in #America, left, center or right, can recall the confirmation vote roll call of any living current or former cabinet holder, and even if you could, it still wouldn’t matter.

Tuesday night, the Democrats tried to show their base they’re willing to get off the mat and get back into the ring, this time to unsuccessfully block one of their own, a man they all like personally, but have to now verbally destroy to satisfy their base, #JeffSessions of #Alabama. Why? He’s going to be a rather effective #AttorneyGeneral, and the #left hates that. So deep into the night, up rose #Massachusetts #Senator and apparent partial #NativeAmerican, #ElizabethWarren. She began to tear into Senator #Sessions and used a Coretta Scott King quote to #demean his #character, without him being present to defend himself, by the way, on the #Senate floor, and continued to ramble on until she began to notice there was a stir going on in the normally empty chamber whenever she speaks. The stir was #MajorityLeader #MitchMcConnell, who interrupted her, appealed to #Nebraska’s #SteveDaines, who had drawn the short straw in serving as the #chair for the evening. The appeal? Rule XIX. Here’s what unfolded:



Rule XIX, for those of you not steeped in the rules of the United States Senate, deals with the #decorum Senators must maintain when exercising floor debate. Sub-section 2 of Rule XIX says this:
  • No Senator in debate shall, directly or indirectly, by any form of words impute to another Senator or to other Senators any conduct or motive unworthy or unbecoming a Senator.

    When Elizabeth Warren accused, even by covering it in Ms. King’s words, Senator Sessions of “using the awesome power” of his office to chill the vote of black citizens, which is demonstrably untrue, she was warned by the chair. She continued. Mitch McConnell then cited sub-section 4 of Rule XIX when he arrived on the floor to put a stop to this nonsense:
  • If any Senator, in speaking or otherwise, in the opinion of the Presiding Officer transgress the rules of the Senate the Presiding Officer shall, either on his own motion or at the request of any other Senator, call him to order; and when a Senator shall be called to order he shall take his seat, and may not proceed without leave of the Senate, which, if granted, shall be upon motion that he be allowed to proceed in order, which motion shall be determined without debate. Any Senator directed by the Presiding Officer to take his seat, and any Senator requesting the Presiding Officer to require a Senator to take his seat, may appeal from the ruling of the Chair, which appeal shall be open to debate.

    Senator Daines, who again was bored out of his mind five minutes earlier listening to this #drivel, suddenly perked up when #McConnell showed up and made the #appeal. Suddenly, his job in the chair got fun as he heard the appeal, remembered Rule XIX, and told Ms. Warren to take her seat. Instantly online, the lefty trolls, who 24 hours earlier were celebrating the attempt by the left to #silence a #woman, Betsy DeVos, were now up in arms that the #Republicans were silencing a woman. Their #hypocrisy Hallmark card should be arriving in the mail any time now.

    Senator Warren, I realize you’ve been a Senator for a few years now, but let me officially welcome you to the new and improved United States Senate, where #rules are now apparently enforced. You’ve just been #Mitchslapped.

    http://hotair.com/archives/2017/02/08/elizabeth-warren-gets-mitchslapped/

Elizabeth Warren Gets Mitchslapped

The Senator will take her seat.
 
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"What are you pouring in your coffee?" "Vodka." "For breakfast???" "Then the coke doesn't hit as hard." Lovely this silence.

#coffee #breakfast #silence
 
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"What are you pouring in your coffee?" "Vodka." "For breakfast???" "Then the coke doesn't hit as hard." Lovely this silence.

#coffee #breakfast #silence
 
Wilcock is not the only one who Youtube is trying to #silence. David Seaman (who is an ex-reporter for the Huffington Post who has since taken to researching and reporting on pizzagate) has come under the same threat of permanent disability of his account, with strikes against him for "copyright infringement" which were fallacious. If I'm not mistaken, in one of his previous videos he also suggests his Wikipedia page had been deleted (if he had one in the first place, i'm not sure?).

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Wilcock is not the only one who Youtube is trying to #silence. David Seaman (who is an ex-reporter for the Huffington Post who has since taken to researching and reporting on pizzagate) has come under the same threat of permanent disability of his account, with strikes against him for "copyright infringement" which were fallacious. If I'm not mistaken, in one of his previous videos he also suggests his Wikipedia page had been deleted (if he had one in the first place, i'm not sure?).

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#ThisWeekInPictures: Nov. 4 - 11 by NBC News Jubilant Trump supporters, despondent Clinton backers, football in Iraq and more of the week's best pictures. #image #photo #picture #pictures #foto #photography #photograph

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