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3 hours ago, heybruce said:

his bone-headed move by Trump could give Senate Republicans political cover to vote to convict Trump in his upcoming impeachment.

Nothing will save GOP senators from the voters wrath if they convict Trump. Some that are not standing for re election might be swayed. After all, they probably hate Trump as much as the Dems, they being part of the swamp and all.

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3 minutes ago, thaibeachlovers said:

Nothing will save GOP senators from the voters wrath if they convict Trump. Some that are not standing for re election might be swayed. After all, they probably hate Trump as much as the Dems, they being part of the swamp and all.

And Trump isn't, because, unlike them, he has gone after Wall Street and corporate interests? 

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Nothing will save GOP senators from the voters wrath if they convict Trump. Some that are not standing for re election might be swayed. After all, they probably hate Trump as much as the Dems, they being part of the swamp and all.



But I thought the polls show that virtually everyone wants him impeached?
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Just now, RideJocky said:

 

 


But I thought the polls show that virtually everyone wants him impeached?

 

 

No. But the vast majority now support an impeachment inquiry and 51 percent support impeachment and removal. It's at about 20 percent of republicans now which might sound low but it's a massive and quick spike up from almost nothing! If the total goes to 60 percent the chances for 45 to be convicted become significant. 

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3 minutes ago, stevenl said:

You conveniently left out a few words 'Trump impeachment inquiry over ...'.

Biden's son in his role of consultant at MBNA really plays no part in the Trump impeachment inquiry.

Well yes and no and here's why. 

If the senate holds a conviction trial after the house impeachment, the senate is run by republicans. They will certainly try to use the Biden situation as a deflection defense tactic. So like it or not, rational or not, it's going to be in the mix. 

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It is interesting (albeit telling) that back when it was the Mueller debacle the left was all about having an open investigation, transparency and the public’s right to know every detail, but all that’s out the window now.

Everything is secret and they can just leak what they like.

What’s that about?


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It is interesting (albeit telling) that back when it was the Mueller debacle the left was all about having an open investigation, transparency and the public’s right to know every detail, but all that’s out the window now.

Everything is secret and they can just leak what they like.

What’s that about?


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You're joking right? Mueller didn't open his mouth for years. Don’t stress. 45 already impeached himself. What's going on now is about packaging.

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2 hours ago, JHolmesJr said:

It is unbelievable to what extent Adam Schiff himself has sabotaged this

impeachment enquiry. He will forever carry this stain with him...if he isn't

removed and sued first.

 

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/schiff-admits-he-should-have-been-much-more-clear-about-contact-with-whistleblower

Yes, Adam Schiff is the bad guy and he is the one that will be stained forever and not the travesty in the WH!:cheesy::cheesy::cheesy:

Don't look here, look over there, over theeeere!

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Trump has a right to wonder.  He does not have the right to abuse his position by blackmailing a foreign government into investigating his political opponents.  I thought they taught civics in the US.

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7 hours ago, JHolmesJr said:

More evidence of Biden-ness.

 

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/mbna-paid-bidens-son-as-biden-backed-bill/

 

how is this not corruption at the highest levels?

 

Want to see how the MSM media is 'playing their part' in the Trump 

attempted takedown, check out exposecnn.com

Video drops later tonight. I don't know what to expect but it cannot be good

for CNN.

Biden voted on legislation that affected the credit card industry while Biden's son was paid as a consultant by the credit card industry.

 

Trump backed a tax bill that benefited the real estate industry while holding onto his real estate empire.

 

Trump is the one who directly benefited from his conflict of interest.

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