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We were trying to tweet about more rockets being fired at Israel by Islamic Jihad in Gaza, but @Twitter  kept blocking our tweet for being repetitive. It is repetitive. But it’s important. Please RT.

Referring to the whistleblower, Rep. Jim Jordan says Congress will never get a chance to question the one "who started it all." "I'd be glad to have the person who started it all to come in and testify," Rep. Welch replies. "Pres. Trump is welcome to take a seat right there."

@LawProfButler : "It's like Trump was an old school mafia don. So the stakes are very high...this is about the national security of the US, and the question is whether the president should be allowed to remain in office when he sold out US interests for his own political favors."

My report from the hearing room: Republicans spent the first day of impeachment hearings in an alternate reality. (Please read, RT, and share.) via @MotherJones 

@RepAdamSchiff  cuts off @EliseStefanik  when she calls him out for fabricating the transcript of President Trump's July phone call with the Ukrainian President in the first open hearing

Zelensky’s plan to appear on CNN is strong evidence that they were going along reluctantly and under pressure with the quid pro quo. Whistleblower saved him from having to do it.

"Some of my colleagues made the statement repeatedly that I've met with the whistleblower, that I know who the whistleblower is. It was false the 1st time they said it. It was false the 2nd thru 40th time they said it. It will be false the last time they say it."-Rep. Adam Schiff

???: This is wild. As many have pointed out, the first letter in each of the top 23 tweets on @RepGosar 's account spell "Epstein Didn't Kill Himself."

Sen. Elizabeth Warren: "If the House goes forward and sends an impeachment over to the Senate, then I will be there for the trial."

"Now the government must listen... these are the effects of climate change" Severe flooding in Venice has left much of the Italian city under water [Tap to expand]