Can we just say it?

Discussion in 'Political Opinions & Beliefs' started by Lee Atwater, Nov 10, 2019.

  1. squidward

    squidward Well-Known Member

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    Oh my, that's scary,.....really.
    What a crock
     
  2. Sandy Shanks

    Sandy Shanks Well-Known Member Donor

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    Facing Trump's obvious guilt, the White House is tearing itself apart. The messy skirmish could be on full display this week.

    The Post reports, "Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney has urged aides not to comply with the inquiry and blocked any cooperation with congressional Democrats. Top political aides at the Office of Management and Budget, which Mulvaney once led, have fallen in line with his defiant stance, the officials said, speaking on condition of anonymity to talk freely about the behind the scenes developments.

    "Mulvaney’s office blames White House counsel Pat Cipollone for not doing more to block other government officials from participating in the impeachment inquiry, as a number of State Department officials, diplomats, and an aide to Vice President Pence, have given sworn testimony to Congress.

    "Cipollone, meanwhile, has fumed that Mulvaney has only made matters worse with his Oct. 17 news conference, when he publicly acknowledged a quid pro quo, essentially confirming Democrats’ accusations in front of television cameras and reporters, and Cipollone did not want Mulvaney to hold the news conference."

    The Times writes, "Mulvaney, the acting White House chief of staff, on Monday abruptly withdrew his effort to join a lawsuit over impeachment testimony after a sharp collision with his colleague, John R. Bolton, the former national security adviser.

    "Mulvaney’s retreat came hours after a lawyer for Mr. Bolton argued in court papers that the acting chief of staff should not be allowed to jump into the existing lawsuit as a plaintiff because his interests are significantly different. The legal schism underscored a broader rift between Mulvaney, who facilitated Trump’s effort to pressure Ukraine, and Mr. Bolton, who tried to resist it."

    Trump and his Republican defenders are feuding. Current and former state department officials will testify on camera this week, relaying their firsthand accounts claiming Trump withheld military aid to get Ukraine to investigate the Bidens. Trump's own chief of staff confirmed that fact. On Twitter Trump warned his party that they should not “be led into the fools trap of saying it was not perfect, but is not impeachable.” Trump insists the call was "perfect."

    Trump refuses to face reality. He incriminated himself as is proven in the transcript provided by the White House. The President cannot face that reality.
     
  3. Lee Atwater

    Lee Atwater Banned Donor

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    Bottom line................only Trumpette's blind, irrational loyalty to Individual 1 stands between impeachment conviction and acquittal. Because the evidence of guilt is unequivocal.
     
  4. ArmySoldier

    ArmySoldier Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Actually, a Senate stands between you and your wishful thinking. Also, 2020 Congressional elections stand in between. Many Dems in congress know that if they vote for impeachment, it'll cost them a close race.

    Best of luck! Especially since you guys said Trump was going to be impeached in his first 90 days LOL!
     
  5. squidward

    squidward Well-Known Member

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    This was your attempt at comedy?
     

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