Impeachment Without Proof Emerging As Deep State Choice for Overturning 2016 Election

June 14, 2017
By: FedUp PAC Staff
Impeachment Without Proof Emerging As Deep State Choice for Overturning 2016 Election

Liberal columnist Ruth Marcus let the cat out of the bag last weekend when her column set forth the strategy likely to be followed by those working to force President Trump from office and make it as if the 2016 election had never taken place.

Election Victory Will Be Nullified by Deep State Unless Trump Get His Supporters in Hundreds of Appointed Positions

June 09, 2017
By: FedUp PAC Staff
Election Victory Will Be Nullified by Deep State Unless Trump Get His Supporters in Hundreds of Appointed Positions

It should be no surprise that President Trump is struggling to establish firm control over the Federal government and change its policies. Most positions are held by either career bureaucrats or Obama political appointees, two groups hostile to the Trump agenda.

Just When You Thought Trump’s Opponents Could Not Stoop Lower

June 09, 2017
By: FedUp PAC Staff
Just When You Thought Trump’s Opponents Could Not Stoop Lower

As if hostile Federal judges, filibustering Senate Democrats, and the Deep State bureaucracy were not already throwing enough obstacles in the way of President Trump’s agenda, now Democrats have unleashed a campaign to delegitimize the President by questioning his sanity.

James Comey: The Incredible Shrinking Man

June 09, 2017
By: George Rasley
James Comey: The Incredible Shrinking Man

"James Comey, the towering six-foot-eight-inch figure who fancied himself as Washington’s last honest man, testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee yesterday, and the longer he talked the smaller he became.

Conservatives Stand with Trump on Climate Agreement Withdrawal

June 06, 2017
By: FedUp PAC Staff
Conservatives Stand with Trump on Climate Agreement Withdrawal

Conservatives stand firmly behind President Trump’s decision to withdraw from Obama’s Paris Climate Agreement, according to a poll by FedUp PAC. The withdrawal was supported by 96% of respondents. Another 1% favor working from within the agreement to moderate its anti-energy proposals.

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