Since emailing you this morning, Grassfire has learned more about GOP efforts to censure Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) for his threats against two Supreme Court Justices last week. Republican Senators are pushing ahead on a resolution introduced by Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) that officially condemns Schumer for his verbal attacks targeting Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh. FOX News reports:
Hawley's resolution, which was co-sponsored by 14 senators, called for Schumer to be censured for the comments, which it describes as "an attempt to unduly influence the judicial decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States and to undermine the vision of the founders of the United States of the 'complete independence of the courts of justice.'"
FOX News also says that even left-leaning legal experts have called Schumer's rhetoric "inexcusable," "inappropriate" and "wrong." If you agree, click here or on the banner below to immediately fax personalized messages to key congressional targets on Capitol Hill, demanding the Senator be censured and resign:Read more
Democrats and Leftists have slammed President Trump for saying the Wuhan Virus mortality rate is probably closer to 1% and not the higher number that some people feared. But according to various reports today, our Commander-in-Chief is probably right.
ABC News says, in a web article published this morning, that it's possible the Wuhan virus "isn’t as fatal as most people think." They also report: "Children and adults have done extremely well in terms of recovery."
A TIME magazine story, also published this morning on its website, warns that the early mortality estimates for the illness "are not exact." Why?Read more
President Trump is railing against Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and calling for his resignation. In an email Grassfire received yesterday, the Commander-in-Chief attacked Schumer for threatening Supreme Court Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh during an abortion rights rally on the steps of the High Court last week.
Here's an excerpt from the President's message, entitled Let's give Chuck something to cry about:
In a civilized, law-abiding Country, there are few things worse than a United States Senator openly THREATENING the Supreme Court or its Justices. This erratic behavior is just another example of the Left losing their minds, and as a Nation, we can't tolerate this.Read more
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is in hot water after threatening Supreme Court Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh. At an abortion rights rally on the steps of the High Court yesterday, an "unhinged" Schumer yelled:
"I want to tell you Gorsuch, I want to tell you Kavanaugh, you have released the whirlwind. And you will pay the price! You won't know what hit you if you go forward with these awful decisions."
The top-ranking Senate Democrat may have thought he simply was delivering an "applause line" in front of a "friendly" crowd of abortion supporters. But his comments were a reprehensible and purely partisan verbal assault against two excellent and esteemed jurists.
We are just now finding out how hard Nashville and surrounding communities were hit by this week's tornadoes. Mercy Chefs -- Grassfire's disaster relief partner -- is on the ground serving meals TODAY in the hardest hit areas to disaster victims and volunteers. This is a practical way citizens like you and me can help. Just $30 will help sponsor 12 meals; $50 will help feed 20 people. Go here to make a tax-deductible gift directly to Mercy Chefs to help sponsor meals for Nashville victims and volunteers.
And see below for more details.
Steve Elliott, Grassfire
P.S. I sponsored 40 meals for Nashville victims and volunteers. Could you help by sponsoring 10 meals, 20 meals, or even matching me by helping provide 40 meals? Every gift will help. Go here and see below:Read more
I just received at my office -- fresh off the presses -- Grassfire's exclusive commemorative resource on President Trump's State Of The Union Speech called Great American Comeback.
It came out even better than we expected!
It's an impressive publication. I know our team members will love it. This magazine-sized (8-1/2x11) work with a full-color glossy cover and beautiful color images throughout gives the President's incredible speech the respect and honor it deserves.Read more
After yesterday's "Super Tuesday" primaries, two clear front-runners have emerged for the Democrat presidential nomination: Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden. Both men are far-Left, career politicians who have been in Washington, D.C. since 1990 and 1972, respectively.
Sanders continues to offer free childcare, health care, college education and more to prospective voters. But in a recent "60 Minutes" interview on CBS, he refused (or was unable) to say how much his giveaways would cost or how America would pay for them. Sanders also expressed his admiration for the brutal, former dictator of Cuba, Fidel Castro. Click here or on the image below to watch:Read more
I'm sure you're hearing the news...
Nashville just got hit with a massive tornado strike. Twenty-two are reported dead and dozens of buildings have been destroyed.
I just heard from my friend Gary LeBlanc of Mercy Chefs -- Grassfire's disaster relief partner. Mercy Chefs is deploying to Nashville right now and hopes to be serving hot meals to first responders, victims and volunteers as soon as tomorrow.
This is a practical way citizens like you and me can help. Just $30 will help sponsor 12 meals; $50 will help feed 20 people. Go here to make a tax-deductible gift directly to Mercy Chefs to help sponsor meals for Nashville victims and volunteers.
And see below for more details.
Steve Elliott, Grassfire
P.S. My family just sponsored 40 meals for Nashville victims and volunteers. Would you consider sponsoring 10 meals, 20 meals, or even matching us by helping provide 40 meals? Every gift will help. Go here and see below:Read more
The U.S. death toll from the coronavirus has risen to six. So far, all of the fatalities have occurred in Washington state. Four of the victims lived in the same nursing home. Across the country, reports indicate nearly 100 confirmed cases in 13 states.
In response to today's news on the deadly illness, Grassfire is asking team members again to vote in our Coronavirus QuickPoll. Launched yesterday, this survey is to find out whether or not you think this outbreak will have a devastating effect on the American people and/or the U.S. economy.
Please see our previous message below to vote now. Thanks, in advance, for taking action today.
For life, liberty and limited government,
The Grassfire Team
Over the weekend, the first U.S. death from coronavirus was reported in Washington state. Nearly 99,000 cases of the illness has been reported with more than 3,000 deaths worldwide.
While some members of the media are treating the virus as an imminent threat to millions in the U.S., Johns Hopkins Medicine says, “As of Feb. 28, 2020, the flu is showing much more of an impact on Americans.”