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Planned Parenthood "caught"!

The barbarism and brutality against the unborn and newly born continue. Grassfire recently uncovered two disturbing news items that we want every pro-life patriot to know about and share with their family and friends. Enough is enough! It's time to end abortion in America.

According to a report last week by Liberty Counsel Action, a law and policy education, training and advocacy organization: "Planned Parenthood and its partners were caught causing tumultuous labor, which would produce living newborns, that were dissected for hearts and brains, while their hearts were still beating ... and then selling those organs for thousands of dollars! It doesn’t get more evil than that."

And in September, police were called to the property of a recently deceased abortion doctor, after his family found more than 2,200 "medically preserved fetal remains." It's estimated the late abortionist terminated some 30,000 pregnancies during his career, which reportedly began in 1974. The Indiana Attorney General’s office says investigators found most of the fetal remains at his Illinois residence, but more were discovered in five plastic bags and one box in the trunk of a vehicle at another location.

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98% say "NO!" to impeachment

Grassfire compiled the results of last week's "IMPEACH?" QuickPoll today. The results are so overwhelmingly one-sided that we didn't want to wait until tomorrow to send them to you.

Of the more than 15,000 team members who voted, 98% said they do NOT want President Trump impeached. That's a much stronger show of support than "mainstream media" polls that claim only 70% to 80% don't want to see America's Commander-in-Chief removed from office.

Thanks to everyone who voted in Grassfire's "IMPEACH?" QuickPoll. If you want to take further action to support the President, click here now to instantly send your I SAY "NO" TO IMPEACHMENT faxes to congressional offices on Capitol Hill. Or see our earlier email here to learn about Democrat efforts to work "expeditiously" to impeach Mr. Trump. --Grassfire

 

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AP: Impeachment "work will intensify"

According to The Associated Press, now that Congress is returning from a two-week recess, impeachment "work will intensify." An article published this morning reports that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) "wants the committees to work 'expeditiously' as Democrats gather evidence and prepare to make a final decision on whether to vote to impeach the president."

All signs point to Pelosi's impeachment-inquiry Witch Hunt moving into high gear this week. You can almost guarantee that a House vote to impeach President Trump will happen as soon as the Speaker and her ilk can make it happen.

 

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POLL: Impeach Trump? Yes or No

Grassfire has seen some surprising polling over the past couple of days about Republican support for impeaching President Trump. Some surveys indicate that as many as 3 in 10 believe that Congress should remove America's Commander-in-Chief from office. But since the 2016 presidential election proved how inaccurate the polls from leftist news organizations can be, Grassfire decided to ask our team members for their opinion.

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Is WaPo's hyper-partisan Trump reporting "fake news"?

Apparently, if The Washington Post has its way, Republican Senators will cave soon and give unhinged Democrats exactly what they want: a successful coup against President Trump! The far-left newspaper, which still uses the ridiculous subheading "Democracy Dies in Darkness" on its masthead, hysterically wrote yesterday:

A torrent of impeachment developments has triggered a reckoning in the Republican Party, paralyzing many of its officeholders as they weigh their political futures, legacies and, ultimately, their allegiance to a president who has held them captive.

President Trump’s efforts to pressure a foreign power to target a domestic political rival have driven his party into a bunker, with lawmakers bracing for an extended battle led by a general whose orders are often confusing and contradictory.

 

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Supreme Court to hear abortion challenge

This past Friday, the United States Supreme Court added an abortion case to its docket for the new term, which began yesterday. The justices will hear a challenge to a 2014 Louisiana law that requires abortion doctors to ”have active admitting privileges at a hospital that is located not further than 30 miles” from the facility where he or she is performing the procedure. According to ABC News, the case:

“… comes amid a crush of state laws passed over the last two years aimed at sharply restricting -- or outright banning -- abortion, many with the express expectation that legal challenges may end up before the high court. … Critics of the Louisiana law say the requirement is costly, burdensome and likely to drive many abortion providers out of business, which in turn will severely limit women's access to the procedure. … Supporters of the law say the state has the right to regulate the clinics to ensure safety.”

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Show your support this Veterans Day!

Veterans Day is Monday, November 11. So Grassfire wants to help you honor military men and women by giving you the opportunity to order our patriotic "Support Our Troops" yard signs.

Like our popular "God Bless America" yard signs, these special tributes SHIP FREE and are STILL available at 2019 prices! But we only have about 500 left in stock, so we MUST hear from you before they're gone.

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GOP Senators backing impeachment?

Bob Woodward, the famous "Watergate" reporter, warns that Republican support for President Trump is weakening in his fight against impeachment. On Saturday, The Washington Examiner reported:

Veteran journalist Bob Woodward said Republican senators are "choking"' on President Trump's Ukraine scandal. ... Some Republicans in the upper chamber have begun to break ranks after Trump openly encouraged Ukraine and China to investigate the Bidens on Thursday. Among those who have vented publicly are Maine Sen. Susan Collins, Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse, and Utah Sen. Mitt Romney, as a well as Texas Rep. Will Hurd in the House.

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Rush: "The reason you love Trump"

President Trump refuses to be intimidated by Democrats threatening impeachment. In fact, he's doubling down on calls to investigate former VP Joe Biden and his son Hunter. The President told reporters yesterday:

"China should start an investigation into the Bidens, because what happened to China is just about as bad as what happened with Ukraine. ... That was a crooked deal, a hundred percent. I’m sure that President Xi does not like being under that kind of scrutiny where billions of dollars is taken out of his country by a guy that just got kicked out of the Navy."

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