It’s been a wild few days. Anonymous leaks, a media-driven campaign suggesting overt obstruction of justice, and of course… screeching calls for impeachment of the President of the United States.
Democrats have been drafting impeachment papers since before President Trump took office. Big Abortion and their left-wing allies, including many in the media, have openly admitted they want to destroy the President by any means necessary.
They now smell blood… and the facts don’t matter.
CV’s TAKE: Is President Trump perfectly blameless? No. Is he a criminal that should be impeached or forced to resign? Heck no. The facts at present are plain: ongoing investigations by Congress and the FBI have yet to uncover any evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. And those responsible for pursuing the truth have repeatedly affirmed that their investigations continue, unencumbered, as they should.
The appointment of Robert Mueller now allows a widely respected former FBI Director to carry out a fair and responsible investigation without the hysterics we’ve seen the past few days. If there is evidence of criminal activity, obstruction of justice, or collusion with Russia, then the facts will eventually emerge — and appropriate action should be taken.
Until then… we must resist calls to bring the government to a halt over speculation and anonymous leaks. Talk of impeachment at this juncture is simply reckless. The public deserves facts, not partisan hit jobs.
Meanwhile, we have a message for Republicans and Democrats: GET BACK TO WORK!
Like reforming our broken education system by offering kids REAL choices.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is expected to announce Monday new policy plans at a speech in Indianapolis. According to reports, this bold education reform plan would:
- cut $10.6 billion in existing federal education programs
- spend $400 million to expand school choice for private and religious schools
- fund a $1 billion campaign to help public schools adopt school choice-friendly policies
- reduce overall federal spending on education by $9.2 billion (or 13.6%)
The plan was leaked (surprise!), thus many of the details have not yet been shared. There is speculation that some of the initiatives would involve allowing homeschool educated children more options, expanding online learning options, and providing scholarships for children in failing schools to attend the school of their choice — including private or charter schools.
CV has been in contact with officials working with Secretary DeVos. We have assured them of our commitment to support this initiative.
We’re going to need Catholics to mobilize, and push Congress to move forward on these bold reforms, or nothing will get done.
And most importantly — to fight back against those defending the status quo, failing our kids, and destroying their potential.
I refuse to bow to media sensationalism.
Nobody deserves a pass. Investigate away. Get the facts.
Meanwhile, do your job.