Trump Impeachment Inquiry

Should President Trump Be Impeached?

  • Yes

    Votes: 49 62.8%
  • No

    Votes: 9 11.5%
  • Undecided and awaiting evidence before making a decision

    Votes: 5 6.4%
  • Hillary Did it

    Votes: 9 11.5%
  • It Should be Left to the Election

    Votes: 5 6.4%
  • Get over it!

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Rudy Giuliani Did it

    Votes: 1 1.3%

  • Total voters
    78

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The Republicans consistently harp on impeachment somehow being an attempt to undo 2016, completely ignoring that this is the direct consequence of the 2018 election. Yes, elections matter, all of them.
 

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Impeachment Inquiry Canceled After 5 Episodes Due To Low Ratings

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The exciting new TV show Impeachment Inquiry was poised to take the ratings by storm, promising to eclipse all the other shows in its time slot. But the show will be canceled after one season, like a lot of bad TV shows and also Firefly.


After just five rocky episodes that failed to deliver any major plot twists, producers pulled the plug on the impeachment inquiry due to lack of viewers.

"The showrunners promised all these big bombshells, shocking twists, and startling revelations, but they weren't able to deliver," said one reviewer writing in Hollywood Reporter. "When there are so many better options out there---rewatching The Office, checking out The Good Place, staring at paint as it slowly dries---why would people tune into this tepid, uninspired mess?"

22% of Americans said they were disappointed with the show so far, while 78% said, "Impeachment hearings are going on?"

At publishing time, sources had confirmed that J.J. Abrams had been in charge of writing the plot and simply forgot to tie up all the loose ends.

 

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Trump confessed on live TV again. During a phone interview with Fox & Friends, he said:

"I mean, I asked it very point-blank, because we're looking for corruption. There's tremendous corruption. Why should we be giving hundreds of millions of dollars to countries when there's this kind of corruption?"

That "kind of corruption" he's referring to is the Crowdstrike conspiracy theory he was peddling in that same interview. He claims that Crowdstrike is a Ukrainian owned company when it's a California based company owned by an American and a dude born in Russia. He also claims the DNC gave them the server when no such single physical server exists and that didn't happen. We already saw him confess to the Biden shit (which was in the call anyway) on the South Lawn and now this.

So he admits it. He didn't want to give Ukraine money unless they did an investigation on a de-bunked conspiracy theory that would hurt the Dems. There's no denying he wanted this sham investigation as well as one into Biden. And he's admitted further, corroborating witness testimony and evidence, that money was tied to those requests. The case is so clear and their defenses keep crumbling in large part because Trump is too dumb to realize he's blowing holes in the story.
 

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Not matter how elaborate the fantasy to obfuscate reality, the truth always gets out.

Mr. Nunes, I hope that sacrificing your career, and the jail time you'll likely get at some point for all this, was worth it.

Don't expect Trump to save you.

There is a nice seat next to Jeff Sessions, Steve Bannon, the Mooch, Priebus, and all the many, many, many, many others, over there for you, under the bus.
 

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........and this is the guy leading the GOP on the intelligence committee? Talk about disingenuous political theater. Jesus Christ.
It is far worse.

He propagates debunked theories and attacks our own intelligence agencies. And he knows better. He knows everything they're peddling is bullshit.

And for those reasons is helping gut our State Department and intelligence agencies purging people who are doing their jobs.

He is either supremely stupid or outright treasonous.
 

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Nunes was asking every witness if they knew Alexandra Chalupa, Bruce Orr or Nellie Orr. Did any of them say they did?
 

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Not matter how elaborate the fantasy to obfuscate reality, the truth always gets out.

Mr. Nunes, I hope that sacrificing your career, and the jail time you'll likely get at some point for all this, was worth it.

Don't expect Trump to save you.

There is a nice seat next to Jeff Sessions, Steve Bannon, the Mooch, Priebus, and all the many, many, many, many others, over there for you, under the bus.
It's crazy because Trump will then distance himself from Nunes and place all the blame on him somehow. Yet Nunes is willing to risk it all for him.

I don't get how elected officials can be so stupid. Have they never had real lives?
 

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They tried so hard to smear Adam Schiff as a morally bankrupt liar willing to pull any dirty trick including manufacturing a fake whistleblower complaint... While the minority is being led by a fucking witness, a co-conspirator perhaps. And somehow he'll get to remain in that position, just as Ron Johnson will get to vote in the trial, even though they are clearly compromised.
 

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