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8 hours ago, jakeem said:

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How much more of Donald Trump can Republicans possibly take? | Analysis by CNN's Chris Cillizza cnn.it/2MZ4ipK
 
 
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8:33 AM · Oct 23, 2019·SocialFlow

 

8 hours ago, mr6666 said:
 
To: Republican colleagues
From: Everyone else
Date: Today
Re: Constitutional duties
 
After diplomat Taylor’s testimony you can no longer question whether this happened.
The question is if you choose to follow the law or be part of the cover-up.
 
We look forward to a response.
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By storming a SCIF - breaking the law and placing national security at risk by also bringing in cell phones -
 

and the Merry Morons have shown themselves unfit for Congress.

That the rest of the GOP is doing nothing shows they have lost all credibility to govern.

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Nancy should have a resolution of censure for all involved!
 
Make a formal statement of disapproval, and have the ethic committee sanction them all!
 
This jerk (Gaetz)  should be expelled from Congress for this blatant violation of the rules,
 
not to mention illegal activity.
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5 hours ago, NipkowDisc said:

we should I or any other american trust taylor's testimony...

we didn't hear or see it!

the democrats have all of a sudden decided that closed door government is best. (for them)

:D

It’s not like you or anybody on your side bothered to read the Mueller Report.  You went for the Barr summary, which conclusions were all lies.  

Plus the GOP committee members are a part of these hearings also. They and their legal assistants are asking questions also

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9 hours ago, NipkowDisc said:

we should I or any other american trust taylor's testimony...

we didn't hear or see it!

the democrats have all of a sudden decided that closed door government is best. (for them)

:D

As far as I know his actual testimony has not yet been released so there is nothing to believe or disbelieve.

On the other hand Taylor's Opening Statement was released to the general public for all to read.  This was submitted under oath and it follows Donald Trump's own words on that phone call and Mulvaney's admissions so it is completely credible.

Again, you just keep attacking the process because you don't have a leg to stand on when it comes to the substance of the accusations.

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11 hours ago, NipkowDisc said:

we should I or any other american trust taylor's testimony...

we didn't hear or see it!

the democrats have all of a sudden decided that closed door government is best. (for them)

:D

It is rather rich to be arguing for greater transparency when Trump is blocking everyone he can from testifying, refusing to hand over documents including his tax returns and will not testify in this or the Mueller case himself.

Schiff is right.  An adverse inference is well due.  He is guilty as hell.

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13 hours ago, mr6666 said:
 
By storming a SCIF - breaking the law and placing national security at risk by also bringing in cell phones -
 

and the Merry Morons have shown themselves unfit for Congress.

That the rest of the GOP is doing nothing shows they have lost all credibility to govern.

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Nancy should have a resolution of censure for all involved!
 
Make a formal statement of disapproval, and have the ethic committee sanction them all!
 
This jerk (Gaetz)  should be expelled from Congress for this blatant violation of the rules,
 
not to mention illegal activity.

Unfortunately, those that participated in Wednesday's 'demonstration' come from solidly Republican districts.  They have a seat for life if they so choose to keep running for the House of Representatives.

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9 minutes ago, mr6666 said:
 
 
LIVE: Sen. Graham unveils a resolution condemning House Democrats' impeachment inquiry.
 
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The charge that the impeachment inquiry is being run in a non-transparent manner
 
would have more weight
 
if the people making that charge
 
also criticized the WH for not handing over documents, refusing to allow witnesses to testify,
 
and, basically, defying congressional oversight
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14 hours ago, mr6666 said:
 
The charge that the impeachment inquiry is being run in a non-transparent manner
 
would have more weight
 
if the people making that charge
 
also criticized the WH for not handing over documents, refusing to allow witnesses to testify,
 
and, basically, defying congressional oversight
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Judge Napolitano pointed out on Fox that the Republicans are the ones who wrote the rules by which the Dems are conducting the investigations.  Also, Trey Gowdy, former chairman of House Oversight Committee and chief persecutor of Hillary Clinton stated that closed meetings yield better results than open ones.  Also, there is less acting out for the cameras and audiences at home.

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7 hours ago, jakeem said:

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GOP Lawmaker  @repdonyoung (R-Alaska) Literally Head-Butts Camera Rather Than Answer A Question About Trump
10:20 AM · Nov 1, 2019·Twitter for iPhone

A republican from Alaska-- nevermind.....

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Guide To Republicans’ Flailing Defenses Of The Trump-Ukraine Scandal-

Without a coherent response from the White House, Trump’s supporters have been wildly pinballing across a range of unconvincing arguments.

 

"....Trump’s defenders have followed a familiar pattern when it comes to explaining the president’s actions: denying that a misdeed ever took place, claiming that even if it did happen there was nothing wrong about it, and finally arguing that the wrongdoing is actually a perfectly good and fine thing for the president to have done.

Quid pro quo arrangements with foreign powers exist to further U.S. interests, not to target domestic political rivals.

In fact, most of the president’s defenders have entered the phase of reframing his misconduct as a virtue. Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney argued earlier this month that quid pro quo arrangements with foreign powers are a common and useful tool of U.S. foreign policy.

Former acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker told Fox News last week that “abuse of power is not a crime.”...

 

....Finally, some Republican lawmakers have simply resorted to name-calling. Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) derided the inquiry as “Soviet-style impeachment proceedings” ― a phrase that makes little historical or practical sense ― while Nunes accused Democrats and the media of being a “cult.”

But so far none of the conservative efforts to discredit the probe seem to have stuck or remained consistent,....

https://www.huffpost.com/entry/trump-impeachment-ukraine-republicans_n_5dbc8423e4b0576b62a1bf0c?ncid=tweetlnkushpmg00000067

 

:rolleyes:  SAD....

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5 hours ago, jakeem said:

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RNC paid for effort to clog House Democrats’ offices with thousands of calls amid impeachment fight: report hill.cm/jCzxnjN
 
 
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5 hours ago, jakeem said:

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Wouldn’t this technically be harassment?
 
6:15 AM · Nov 5, 2019·Twitter for iPhone

The Republican party has fallen to sabotaging the loyal opposition.

That's just how desperate they are to hold on to power when they know they don't have a national mandate.

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18 minutes ago, Princess of Tap said:

 

The Republican party has fallen to sabotaging the loyal opposition.

That's just how desperate they are to hold on to power when they know they don't have a national mandate.

What percentage of American voters have to support something for it to be a so called "national mandate"?  

My point being there is no such concept as a "national mandate".   This is just a silly talking point used by politicians to justify their actions.

 

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Burr (R-NC) needs to be the Republicans' Adult Supervision now.
 
He needs to go to the Senate caucus and say, "It's over—we can't save this president. Let's just try to keep Pence clear of it so he can run."
 
That's how this has to go: *one* influential GOP adult needs to stand up.
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Bevin demands recanvassing in Kentucky governor's race

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's campaign on Wednesday formally asked for a recanvassing of the votes from Tuesday's election. Bevin, the Republican incumbent, trailed the state's Democratic attorney general, Andy Beshear, by fewer than 5,000 votes. "The people of Kentucky deserve a fair and honest election....."

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45 minutes ago, mr6666 said:

:lol:  :rolleyes:

Bevin demands recanvassing in Kentucky governor's race

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's campaign on Wednesday formally asked for a recanvassing of the votes from Tuesday's election. Bevin, the Republican incumbent, trailed the state's Democratic attorney general, Andy Beshear, by fewer than 5,000 votes. "The people of Kentucky deserve a fair and honest election....."

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 I wonder what Mitch McConnell thinks about all this?

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15 hours ago, Princess of Tap said:

 I wonder what Mitch McConnell thinks about all this?

Probably does not bother him a lot. He knows KY voters and Bevins was a very unpopular governor.  All the other GOPers apparently easily won their races in KY.

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10 hours ago, jakeem said:

No way. When he goes down, he's likely to take the rest of the GOP with him -- which could have a major impact for many years. Lindsey Graham actually predicted it three years ago.         

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10 hours ago, jakeem said:

What a difference 3 years make.

This senator appears to be fighting against his own reality.

Will The Real Lindsey Graham please stand up?

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