**CHINA NBA FIASCO GROWS WITH FANS BLOCKED OUT IN CHINA COMPLETELY BY GOV’T
**WILL STAR PLAYERS STAND FOR FREEDOM OR WITH THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR?
**BOOK RELEASED BY UBER LEFTIST STATES THE DEEP STATE EXISTS TO CONTROL TRUMP
**WARREN PLAYS THE GENDER DISCRIMINATION CARD AND GETS CAUGHT IN HER OWN LIES
**APPEARS THAT ELIZABETH WAS OFFERED A SECOND YEAR CONTRACT BY PUBLIC RECORD
4:05 PM ET – Congressman Devin Nunes, the former House Intel Chairman, and current representative for California’s 22nd district discusses the efforts by delusional Democratic Party to impeach the President.
Amid reports of the Ukraine whistleblower’s contact with Rep. Adam Schiff’s House Intelligence Committee, it is important to understand when that individual first contacted the panel, its top Republican member said.
Ranking Member Devin Nunes, R-Calif., told Martha MacCallum Wednesday on “The Story” reports — that a Schiff spokesman acknowledged the whistleblower contacted the committee before filing their complaint — is a key development.
“I’d say first I’m not surprised,” he said.
According to Nunes, Schiff briefed his Republican colleagues on the committee of the whistleblower’s allegation shortly after the initial press reports came out three weeks ago.
4:30 PM ET – Peter Schweizer, Government Accountability Institute President and author of Secret Empires and Gregg Jarrett, Fox News Legal Analyst and Author of Witch Hunt, discuss the Bidens, the funds from China and the inability for Congress to be forthcoming on the whistleblower laws and changes. From Sean Davis at the Federalist:
Intense testimony before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) on Friday, the inspector general for federal spy agencies refused to disclose why his office backdated secret changes to key whistleblower forms and rules in the wake of an anti-Trump whistleblower complaint filed in August, sources told The Federalist.
As The Federalist reported and the Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG) confirmed, the spy watchdog secretly changed its whistleblower forms and internal rules in September to eliminate a requirement that whistleblowers provide first-hand evidence to support any allegations of wrongdoing. In a press release last week, the ICIG confessed that it changed its rules in response to an anti-Trump complaint filed on August 12. That complaint, which was declassified and released by President Donald Trump in September, was based entirely on second-hand information, much of which was shown to be false following the declassification and release of a telephone conversation between Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
5:05 PM ET – Kayleigh McEnany, National Press Secretary for the Trump 2020 Campaign and Jeff Lord, author of, Swamp Wars: Donald Trump and the New American Populism vs. The Old Order, debate and discuss everything from the NBA’s kowtowing to China to the mainstream media networks inability to tell their viewers the truth about Joe Biden.
Appearing on NBC’s Today show on Monday, New York Times columnist James B. Stewart hawked his new book, Deep State, by hailing bureaucrats undermining the Trump administration as noble public servants “protecting the Constitution” and the American people from the President. He denounced any criticism of the “deep state” as “very dangerous.”
“The disclosure of a second whistleblower with firsthand knowledge of President Trump’s phone call with the leader of Ukraine has led to new accusations by the President that the so-called ‘deep state’ is seeking to undermine his presidency,” co-host Savannah Guthrie declared as she introduced Stewart. She then asked her guest: “And his central allegation is that there are people inside these government agencies actively working against him. What did you find?”