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After Receiving Trump’s Endorsement, Sen. Ben Sasse Throws Him Under the Bus Over Ukraine Call

This “Never Trumper” is showing his true colors.

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Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE) received President Trump’s endorsement earlier this month, in a sign of good faith from Trump in attempts to unify Republican Party before next year’s crucial election.

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Sasse is repaying the President for his kind gesture by stabbing him in the back, as he is now urging Republicans to admonish Trump over a whistle-blower’s complaint. Sasse is concerned about a conversation Trump had with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in July, in which the corrupt actions of Vice President Joe Biden were discussed.

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“There are real troubling things here Republicans ought not just circle the wagons and Democrats ought not be using words like “impeach” before they knew anything about the actual substance,” Sasse said today after seeing the whistle-blower’s complaint.

Sasse is aiding the Democrats’ efforts against Trump in spite of the fact that reports have shown that the whistle-blower was motivated by partisanship.

Big League Politics reported on the whistle-blower’s alleged bias on Tuesday night:

A senior Trump administration official claims that the intelligence community inspector general determined that the whistle-blower who alleged Trump’s wrongdoing was motivated by “political bias” due to their support for “a rival candidate” of the President.

A different senior Trump administration official said to Fox News that the Trump administration is now working to release the whistle-blower’s complaint to Congress, as it appears that Trump has baited desperate Democrats into making fools of themselves yet again.

Journalist Jack Posobiec of the One America News Network reported tonight that the contents of the complaint filed by the whistle-blower were highly dubious and lacking credibility.

The legal representation chosen by the whistle-blower is extremely suspect as well:

Former CIA official Andrew Bakaj, who once worked at Hillary Clinton’s office while she was a Senator, is representing the whistle-blower who filed a complaint against President Donald Trump’s dealings with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky…

He started his career working under influential former Democratic lawmakers. Bakaj served as an intern for the late former Sen. Daniel Moynihan (D-NY), then as an intern under Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY), and then he worked under Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY).

Curiously, Bakaj also interned at the U.S. Embassy in the Ukraine, showing that he has ties to the country that is under the microscope right now for President Trump’s reported communication with their leader about Joe Biden’s dealings.

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Sasse’s disloyal and craven comments today show that anyone who was once a “Never Trumper” can never be trusted to stand strong when it counts.

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BREAKING: Mitch McConnell Pledges to Bring Up Confirmation of New SCOTUS Justice for a Senate Vote

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is pledging to bring up a tentative Supreme Court nominee for confirmation before the November election.

President Trump’s nominee will receive a vote on the floor of the United States Senate.

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McConnell dispelled notions that the situation was similar to the 2016 blocked nomination of Merrick Garland, citing the Republican Majority in the Senate at the time. The President’s party controls the Senate this time around, and it increased its electoral majority in the 2018 election.

Liberally-inclined Republican Senators such as Mitt Romney, Lisa Murkowski, and Susan Collins could prove integral to confirming a SCOTUS nominee. The latter two have already stated that they wouldn’t vote to confirm a new justice during a presidential election season, even if the President’s party controlled the Senate.

Chuck Schumer is already pledging to block a new SCOTUS confirmation “until we have a new President,” suggesting he’s seeking to block Trump from even making a new SCOTUS appointment during his potential second term.

This Supreme Court battle could be one for the ages.

 

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