Bay Area / Central California Begins to Crater at the Hands of the Radical Left || Dec 12 2019

It’s not just people fleeing the Bay Area — these businesses are leaving, too

Chevron was part of another generation’s departures from the Bay Area when they moved their headquarters from San Francisco back in 2001, but more recently, the energy giant also moved 400 jobs from San Ramon .

“At this point, it’s basically a truism that hordes of people are moving away from the Bay Area in search of sunnier, more affordable climes, yielding a U-Haul shortage and a whole mini-industry devoted to helping people relocate from the Bay Area.

It’s not just people, though (unless you count corporations as people, like the Supreme Court does). There’s also an exodus of businesses, some say.

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This year, outdoor apparel brand the North Face announced plans to move its headquarters from Alameda to Denver in 2019 after Colorado offered the company millions in tax incentives. About 650 people work at….”

See more at: SF Gate

Senate Testimony on Collusion Between the DNC and FBI || Dec 12 2019

Sen. Hawley Drops a Bomb on Horowitz: ‘The Collusion Here Was Between the DNC and the FBI’ || PJMedia

…..see more at PJ Media

Rep Matt Gaetz’ Brilliant Moment at the Impeachment Inquiry || Dec 05 2019

Rep. Gaetz Leaves Dem Witnesses Dumbfounded | Youtube

Rep. Matt Gaetz asks the Inquiry witnesses today if ANY of them had actual evidence Trump committed a crime. He’s met with complete silence.

 

Jonathan Turley Makes Dispassionate Case Against Impeachment || Mediate

“Professor Jonathan Turley, one of the legal experts testifying in today’s House Judiciary Committee, argued that right now there’s not a clear case for impeachment.

Recalling his prior testimony during the Clinton impeachment saga, Turley said, “I’m not a supporter of President Trump. I voted against him. My personal views of President Trump are as irrelevant to my impeachment testimony as they should be to your impeachment vote. President Trump will not be our last president, and what we leave in the wake of this scandal will shape our democracy for generations to come.”

“I am concerned about lowering impeachment standards to fit a paucity of evidence and abundance of anger,” he argued. “I believe this not only fails to satisfy the standard of past impeachments but would create a dangerous precedent for future impeachments.”

Turley said he does not see “compelling evidence of the commission of a crime,” and added, “Second is the abbreviated period of this investigation, which is problematic and puzzling. This is a facially incomplete and inadequate record in order to impeach a president.”

…See more at: Mediaite