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4 Things the Media FAILED to Tell You About As They Push Their Impeachment Narrative

As Democrats roll out their latest scheme to impeach President Donald Trump, the mainstream media is once again all too happy to repeat every unverified accusation, timeline event, whistleblower theory, and opinion of political hacks assuring the radical liberals “this is it!”

Everyday Americans already sat through two years and paid for nearly $40 million of Democrats first attempt to impeach the President. But Ukraine-Gate — or Russian Hoax 2.0 as some are calling it — is a must-see tragic-comedy on every channel.

Just because the obsessed mainstream and fake news media cannot find a cure for Trump Derangement Syndrome, doesn’t mean the world stopped turning. In fact, these are four important things you may have missed as the impeachment hoax sucked up all the oxygen.

1: Single-Family Home Sales Rebound

It wasn’t long ago that Democrats were hoping for homeowners to lose equity and at least a mini-recession to negatively impact hard-working Americans, so they could argue the America First policies aren’t working. Much to their chagrin, single-family homes sales reportedly enjoyed a 7.1-percent increase in August, and 18 percent over last year.

Sales topped 713,000 in August and this marks the second time in three months more than 700,000 single-family homes sold. Median home values also rose 2.2 percent in August that indicates the Fed cutting interest rates has spurred on economic growth.

We can anticipate the president tweeting out, “I told you so!” to the Fed any day now.

2: U.S. Inks Phase One of a New Trade Deal with Japan

Titillating impeachment headlines aside, Japan recently agreed to a trade deal with the White House that will open up $7 billion in market share and allow American farmers to sell beef, pork, wheat, corn, wine, cheese, and many other agricultural products overseas.

“Under the new agreement, I believe we’ve successfully covered a wide range of areas, including agricultural products and digital trade. I’m convinced that now with these two agreements in place, we’ll be able to develop both economies of Japan and the US as we move forward,” Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said.

In return for opening up its markets to U.S. farmers, President Trump has reportedly agreed to roll back tariffs on some Japanese products as the two nations work toward a fully balanced trade deal.

3: Pentagon Deploys Troops, Patriot Missiles to Saudi Arabia

There appears little doubt that Iran directly or indirectly orchestrated the attacks on Saudi oil fields. Their aggression in the Mediterranean Sea and continued sponsorship of terrorists in Yemen have prompted President Trump to order military support to defend one of America’s few allies in the Middle East.

“All nations have a duty to act,” Trump reportedly said. “No responsible government should subsidize Iran’s bloodlust. As long as Iran’s menacing behavior continues, sanctions will not be lifted, they will be tightened.”

The additional resources reportedly include a pair of Patriot missile artillery batteries and a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) defensive missile system. The outlay of military hardware is expected to be managed by 200 U.S. soldiers. The move is intended to defend the vast oil fields in Saudi Arabia, but the international community appears to be moving closer to regime change in Iran.

4: Creepy Joe Biden No Longer the Dem Frontrunner, and That’s A Bad Thing

Although this is back-dooring the Impeachment Hoax, in a fashion, the fallout of Ukraine-Gate has sent Obama’s former number two into a poll tailspin. Biden once held a commanding lead over the 20-or-so presidential hopefuls. However, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth “Fauxcahontas” Warren has pulled ahead in the important early Iowa caucus, California, and some put her ahead nationally by as much as 8 points.

“After trailing Biden by double digits since March in the race for the Democratic nomination, Warren catches Biden,” Quinnipiac University polling analyst Tim Malloy reportedly said. “We now have a race with two candidates at the top of the field, and they’re leaving the rest of the pack behind.”

Biden’s poll numbers plummeting after being outed for what looks like Obama-era corruption may sound appealing to conservatives and Republicans. But the notion of a President Fauxcahontas has scared the daylights out of Wall Street. Health care stocks and others stumbled after her surge in the polls was reported.

Among her many anti-business policies, she wants large American companies broken up, higher corporate taxes, and Wall Street to foot the bill for so-called Medicare for All. Democrats might just get the recession they wanted.


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