Welcome to Chairman Kassar’s Weekly Wrap-Up for Sept. 27, 2019.


Now that the Russian collusion facade has fizzled out, Democrats have concocted a new way to attack President Trump. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has announced an impeachment inquiry over a phone call Trump had with the Ukrainian President in July that they claim is unlawful and improper.

“The President has tried to make lawlessness a virtue in America and now is exporting it abroad,” Pelosi said. “The transcript and the Justice Department’s acting in a rogue fashion in being complicit in the President’s lawlessness confirm the need for an impeachment inquiry. Clearly, the Congress must act.”

A rough transcript of the phone call between Trump and the Ukrainian President was released publicly on Wednesday, and the initial complaint filed by a whistle-blower that started the controversy was released to the public on Thursday. Trump maintains that he has committed no wrong-doing, and his Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire backed him up during a hearing before the House Intelligence Committee on Thursday.

“It’s a disgrace to our country. It’s another witch hunt, here we go again. It’s Adam Schiff and his crew making up stories and sitting there like pirates, whatever you want to call them. It really is a disgrace. It’s a terrible thing for our country,” Trump said of the entire ordeal.

Trump believes the real scandal is Vice President Joe Biden abusing his authority in 2016 to strong-arm Ukrainian authorities to fire a prosecutor who was allegedly looking into a firm that employed his son, Hunter.

“I’ve done just about more than any president in his two-and-a-half years in office. I think very few could compare to what we’ve done for the military, the economy. We have the best economy anywhere in the world by far. We’ve rebuilt our military. We’ve done so many things that are so incredible with tax cuts and regulation, and I have to put up with Adam Schiff on an absolutely perfect phone call to the new president of Ukraine,” Trump said.

Calls for Impeachment Are Getting Louder

Congressman Antonio Delgado, Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney have joined the democratic corpus calling for President Donald J. Trump’s impeachment based on hearsay, while Congressman Max Rose, lacking any backbone, does his best to have it both ways. Congressman Rose issued a carefully worded statement indicating his belief that “a President attempting to blackmail a foreign government into targeting American citizens is …an invitation to the enemies of the United States to come after any citizen so long as they happen to disagree with the President.”  Congressman Rose then calls for the facts.  Shouldn’t the facts come first, Congressman, before one jumps to a conclusion based solely on a whistle-blower’s beliefs?

Conservative Party files Amicus Brief Opposing New York’s Green Light Law

Earlier this week, the Conservative Party filed in the United States District Court Western District of New York, an Amicus Curiae brief in support of Erie County Clerk Michael P. Kearns’ motion for a preliminary injunction against the implementation of New York’s Green Light Law.

It is the belief of the Conservative Party that the Green Light Law was written specifically to withhold information from federal law enforcement officials creating a security risk to the citizens of New York.  Duties of the DMV are primarily administered by elected county clerks, who will be required to follow the new law — and ignore federal law — or be removed by Governor Cuomo as allowed by the State Constitution.    The Conservative Party of New York State believes the only way this conflict will be resolved is via the previously filed lawsuit which this Amicus Curiae brief supports.

President Trump on Religious Freedom

As President, protecting religious freedom is one of my highest priorities,” Trump told the nations of the world on Monday.

Kudos to President Trump for shinning the light on religious freedom while hosting a meeting at the United Nations.

In his keynote address to the UN, President Trump pointed to alarming statistics showing 80% of the world’s population lives in countries where religious liberty is threatened, restricted, or even banned.

The President urged nations to repeal laws that restrict religious freedom and increase prosecution towards crimes against people of faith.

“To stop the crimes against people of faith, release prisoners of conscience, repeal laws restricting freedom of religion and belief, protect the vulnerable, the defenseless, and the oppressed, America stands with believers in every country who ask only for the freedom to live according to the faith that is within their own hearts,” he said.


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