Back From Break, What's Up Next

I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday and you got some great food and lots of rest. Just a quick housekeeping note to let everyone know that impeachment activities start up again this week and I will be publishing tomorrow on “What to Expect Next in Impeachment.” I will be breaking down specifics for the next few weeks, including how many charges against Trump we can expect, where we stand on testimony and what we should see from Nadler’s House Judiciary Hearings.

In the vein of my Trump Impeachment Cheat Sheet, I will also be publishing a “Primary Primer” in the next few weeks for the upcoming 2020 Democratic Primaries, and this will be an ongoing and updated post for every important date, who wins each state and who leaves the race. You won't want to miss that.

I also want to let you know that paid Shero subscriptions are on sale for one more day only, so if you’re in the holiday spirit and want to spend on small business, this is your chance. Right now, the first 200 people can get unlimited Shero subscriptions, either for yourself or to give as a gift this holiday. There’s no better gift than knowledge and I don’t stop at just presenting the facts, I connect the dots in ways mainstream media won’t. You will also be supporting female driven, independent journalism, so it’s win-win.

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Here’s a reminder of some of the work I’ve done recently and what you’ll have access to with a full subscription to Shero:

Trump Impeachment Cheat Sheet”- This has been an ongoing, months-long post where I summarize and update every critical aspect and scheduled event in the Trump impeachment inquiry. In this piece, I provide links to essential documents and condense the essential aspects of testimony from every witness who has testified, both publicly and in closed-door sessions.

My “What Had Happened Was…” Sunday recaps - I provide a quick breakdown of the most important events of the week, so that you can catch up on Monday without having to get entrenched in all of the news. This is an essential feature for staying informed, especially for those of you who are busy or burned out.

"Was there a quid pro quo? Yes." - In this piece I explain the critical aspects of Gordon Sondland’s public testimony before Congress, where he admitted that Trump had engaged in a quid pro quo. More than that, I explain the reasons why these admissions are critical overall with added political and legal analysis that is only available from a source like Shero.

Yovanovitch Ouster Pushed By Mobsters and Fox News” - Be sure to read about how the Trump administration utilized a team of right wing media and Ukrainian mobsters to attack a respected Ambassador to discredit her and force her out. There is much, much more to this story than Trump simply firing an Ambassador who threatened his plans in Ukraine, so be sure to read about it at Shero.

I hope you all had a wonderful holiday and got a break — I know I’m ready to hit the ground running and cover whatever crazy thing comes next. Don’t forget to check out this great holiday deal on unlimited Shero subscriptions at the discounted rate. If you were considering upgrading to a paid subscription of Shero so that you don’t miss anything in impeachment coverage, now’s the time to do it. See you Tuesday!

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Amee Vanderpool writes the “Shero” Newsletter and is an attorney, contributor to Playboy Magazine, analyst for BBC radio and Director of The Inanna Project. She can be reached at or follow her on Twitter @girlsreallyrule.