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  • Impeach 45 !

    Remember ?

    Impeach 45 ! Impeach 45 ! Impeach 45 !

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPtlSzktnGk

    Now Elizabeth Warren is taking up the chant

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    Elizabeth Warren calls on Congress to begin impeachment proceedings against Trump
    APRIL 19, 2019

    Elizabeth Warren became the first Democratic presidential candidate to call for Congress to begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump Friday afternoon, citing the "severity" of "misconduct" detailed in the report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

    "The severity of this misconduct demands that elected officials in both parties set aside political considerations and do their constitutional duty. That means the House should initiate impeachment proceedings against the President of the United States," the Massachusetts senator wrote on Twitter.

    In an earlier tweet, Warren said that the report proved that Russia had interfered in the 2016 election with the goal of helping Mr. Trump, and showed that the president "obstructed the investigation into that attack." Mueller did not come to a conclusion as to whether Mr. Trump obstructed justice.

    Warren cited a segment of the report where Mueller wrote that "Congress has authority to prohibit a President's corrupt use of his authority in order to protect the integrity of the administration of justice."

    "To ignore a President's repeated efforts to obstruct an investigation into his own disloyal behavior would inflict great and lasting damage on this country, and it would suggest that both the current and future Presidents would be free to abuse their power in similar ways," Warren wrote on Twitter.


    [ Like Barack Hussein Obama did ? ]

    GOP Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel quickly fired back on Twitter.

    ".@realDonaldTrump was just exonerated after TWO YEARS of Democrat lies. Democrats' calls for impeachment have been bogus all along, but Elizabeth Warren is proving how truly desperate they are to appeal to their radical base," McDaniel wrote.

    Other Democrats in Congress, as well as the party's 2020 candidates, have avoided saying whether they believe Mr. Trump should be impeached. Many have instead called on Mueller to testify before Congress, and for the release of the full, un-redacted report.


    [ which is against the law. But we know how important law is to todays democrats ]

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/elizabe...against-trump/

  • #2
    It's all been fake.

    Now we have our fake Indian demanding impeachment !

    Crazier I've never seen.

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    Theres no doubt that many of the allegations prompting Robert Muellers special counsel investigation had a political origin.

    After all, the probe was fueled by an opposition-research document funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee.


    [ Read that again; "the probe was fueled by an opposition-research document funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee." ]

    Sharyl Attkisson believes theres much more to it.

    She points to a cadre of intelligence officials, part of what has been called the deep state of career bureaucrats, who feared outsider Donald Trump would expose years of criminal acts in his effort to drain the swamp.


    [ Why is it , do you think these people have been so adamant in their attempt to pull a coup on President Trump ? You know why. ]

    Based on my info, we may be missing an important point in all this, she said via Twitter on Thursday after the release of the Mueller report, which concluded the Trump campaign did not collude with Russia to interfere in the 2016 election.

    People keep pointing to political bias in the 2016 capers. Im not discounting that, but theres a bigger overarching theme, I think.

    Important intel officials also did not want @realDonaldTrump because (cont) @realDonaldTrump and his admin stood to expose alleged longstanding criminal wrongdoing within intel agencies. Not just what happened in 2015-2016. Some officials were/are desperately fighting for their lives/freedom.


    [ Read that again; "DonaldTrump and his admin stood to expose alleged longstanding criminal wrongdoing within intel agencies." ]

    A blogger ..wrote: So to Sharyls point what were seeing in the Mueller report is indicative of a bigger and deeper issue within the intelligence agencies in the federal government and their fear of Donald Trump exposing them because coming in he was far from a government type of person. Unlike say, Hillary Clinton.

    Barr investigating the investigators

    Top Obama administration officials, including CIA Director John Brennan, seized on the now-debunked, anti-Trump dossier of Russian propaganda compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele and funded by Democrats.


    [ The dossier - a fake DOCUMENT created by British spy Christopher Steele and funded by Democrats. Used to justify 2.5 years of bullshit at your expense ! ]

    The Justice Department and the FBI used the document as evidence to obtain a warrant, which was renewed three times, to spy on the Trump campaign. The surveillance was part of an FBI counter-intelligence probe led by Peter Strzok, whose intent to ensure Trump did not get elected was exposed in text messages. And he acknowledged he had a back-up plan to undermine Trump in case he were elected.

    Critics point out that the Mueller investigation, which took over Strzoks work, dangled the threat of impeachment over Trump for nearly two years.


    [ Now we have our fake American Indian, Elizabeth Warren demanding the president be impeached !

    Fake, fake & more fake.. then demand impeachment LOL Sick. Elizabeth Warren belongs in a mental institution. ]

    Now, Attorney General William Barr has confirmed hes reviewing the origin of the Russia-collusion allegations, including the FBIs surveillance of the Trump campaign.

    { - https://www.wnd.com/2019/04/next-up-...dministration/ - }

    Brad Parscale, Trumps 2020 campaign manager, said Thursday that the tables have turned, and its time to investigate the liars who instigated this sham investigation into President Trump, motivated by political retribution and based on no evidence whatsoever.

    He said there is simply no denying that spying did occur on the Trump campaign during the 2016 election, as Attorney General Barr himself noted in testimony before Congress.

    Barr told senators there was a failure among a group of leaders there at the upper echelon [of the FBI] [and] I feel I have an obligation to make sure that government power is not abused.

    Pence said the release of the special counsels report confirms what the president and I have said since day one: There was no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia and there was no obstruction of justice.

    After two years of investigation, conducted with the full cooperation of this administration, that involved hundreds of witness interviews and millions of pages of documents, the American people can see for themselves: no collusion, no obstruction, he said.

    Now that the special counsel investigation is completed, the American people have a right to know whether the initial investigation was in keeping with long-standing Justice Department standards or even lawful at all. We must never allow our justice system to be exploited in pursuit of a political agenda.

    Democrats took us on a frantic, chaotic, conspiracy-laden roller coaster for two years, alleging wrongdoing where there was none. But the verdict stands: no collusion, no obstruction, no wrongdoing, no crimes, and an innocent president who has continued his relentless work for the American people.

    Any investigation that is worth its weight in salt is going to reveal media complicity, ..

    If these people arent careful, theyre gonna get exactly what they dont want, he warned. Theyre gonna get a full-fledged investigation into how this happened, who was behind it, who all knew about it.


    https://www.wnd.com/2019/04/attkisso...d-expose-them/

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post
      Remember ?

      Impeach 45 ! Impeach 45 ! Impeach 45 !

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPtlSzktnGk

      Now Elizabeth Warren is taking up the chant

      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      Elizabeth Warren calls on Congress to begin impeachment proceedings against Trump
      APRIL 19, 2019

      Elizabeth Warren became the first Democratic presidential candidate to call for Congress to begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump Friday afternoon, citing the "severity" of "misconduct" detailed in the report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

      "The severity of this misconduct demands that elected officials in both parties set aside political considerations and do their constitutional duty. That means the House should initiate impeachment proceedings against the President of the United States," the Massachusetts senator wrote on Twitter.

      In an earlier tweet, Warren said that the report proved that Russia had interfered in the 2016 election with the goal of helping Mr. Trump, and showed that the president "obstructed the investigation into that attack." Mueller did not come to a conclusion as to whether Mr. Trump obstructed justice.

      Warren cited a segment of the report where Mueller wrote that "Congress has authority to prohibit a President's corrupt use of his authority in order to protect the integrity of the administration of justice."

      "To ignore a President's repeated efforts to obstruct an investigation into his own disloyal behavior would inflict great and lasting damage on this country, and it would suggest that both the current and future Presidents would be free to abuse their power in similar ways," Warren wrote on Twitter.


      [ Like Barack Hussein Obama did ? ]

      GOP Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel quickly fired back on Twitter.

      ".@realDonaldTrump was just exonerated after TWO YEARS of Democrat lies. Democrats' calls for impeachment have been bogus all along, but Elizabeth Warren is proving how truly desperate they are to appeal to their radical base," McDaniel wrote.

      Other Democrats in Congress, as well as the party's 2020 candidates, have avoided saying whether they believe Mr. Trump should be impeached. Many have instead called on Mueller to testify before Congress, and for the release of the full, un-redacted report.


      [ which is against the law. But we know how important law is to todays democrats ]

      https://www.cbsnews.com/news/elizabe...against-trump/
      I hope they do launch an impeachment against Trump. It won't work, and it will rally the troops on the GOP side for the 2020 election. Are they stupid enough to do this? We can always hope.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Brexx View Post

        I hope they do launch an impeachment against Trump. It won't work, and it will rally the troops on the GOP side for the 2020 election. Are they stupid enough to do this? We can always hope.
        Our fake Cherokee - or whatever she claimed to be - sure is !

        Fortunately, she's not the only one obviously stupid enough in the "democrat" party to demand something like this.

        Maxine has been yapping about it for quite awhile.

        Adam Squif is out there with "lots of impeachable evidence" that .. he's going to unleash.... one of these days.

        Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has joined up with the impeach movement - while she's NOT dreaming of making us all her subservient bootlickers with her new "deals."

        The list of morons is endless.......

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        • #5
          Judging by the backlash from Clinton's impeachment, I think the Democratic leadership is going to try to thwart this effort from the 'new fresh faces'.
          Whether they'll be able to do that or not, that's the question.

          Whether Pelosi and Hoyer will be able to thwart the idiot AOC, the Islamic terrorist friendly Tlaib and the antisemite Omar is the question.
          Arm wrestling for the future of the Democrat party they are.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by eohrnberger View Post
            Judging by the backlash from Clinton's impeachment, I think the Democratic leadership is going to try to thwart this effort from the 'new fresh faces'.
            Whether they'll be able to do that or not, that's the question.

            Whether Pelosi and Hoyer will be able to thwart the idiot AOC, the Islamic terrorist friendly Tlaib and the antisemite Omar is the question.
            Arm wrestling for the future of the Democrat party they are.
            Alexandria is just one of their many troubles.

            Nut-case Maxine says; "Enough Information in Mueller Report to Move Forward with Impeachment."

            This fruitloop of a woman LOL

            Democrats think people like this ranting such foolishness is good ?????????????????????

            Good : )

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            Sunday on MSNBCs AM Joy, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) said there is enough evidence in Special Counsel Robert Muellers report to move forward with the impeachment of President Donald Trump.

            Water said, The Congress really does have to step up to the plate.

            The fact of the matter is, I think that when you look at this report, you can see that there is enough information there not only on obstruction of justice but also on collusion or conspiracy, whatever you want to call it, to move forward with impeachment on this president.


            https://www.breitbart.com/clips/2019...h-impeachment/

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post

              Alexandria is just one of their many troubles.

              Nut-case Maxine says; "Enough Information in Mueller Report to Move Forward with Impeachment."

              This fruitloop of a woman LOL

              Democrats think people like this ranting such foolishness is good ?????????????????????

              Good : )

              ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

              Sunday on MSNBCs AM Joy, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) said there is enough evidence in Special Counsel Robert Muellers report to move forward with the impeachment of President Donald Trump.

              Water said, The Congress really does have to step up to the plate.

              The fact of the matter is, I think that when you look at this report, you can see that there is enough information there not only on obstruction of justice but also on collusion or conspiracy, whatever you want to call it, to move forward with impeachment on this president.


              https://www.breitbart.com/clips/2019...h-impeachment/
              I see that Elizabeth Warren was the first candidate saying we need to impeach, and there is plenty of justification in the report to go that way if the Democrats want to play it the Republican way and do what is best for the party and the hell with the country. There is something to letting the Republicans wear the Trump albatross around their necks through the election,. I'm hoping somebody will give Trump a bow job so we can impeach the son of a bitch.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by redrover View Post
                I see that Elizabeth Warren was the first candidate saying we need to impeach, and there is plenty of justification in the report to go that way if the Democrats want to play it the Republican way and do what is best for the party and the hell with the country. There is something to letting the Republicans wear the Trump albatross around their necks through the election,. I'm hoping somebody will give Trump a bow job so we can impeach the son of a bitch.
                What ?

                You think someone out there is crazy enough to do such a thing to our orange terror ?

                Of course, they can go the Kavanaugh route and find some ding-bat willing to publicly admit to it... not caring how disgusting it makes her look LOL

                Democrats have shown no limit to what they're willing to say or do after-all.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post

                  What ?

                  You think someone out there is crazy enough to do such a thing to our orange terror ?

                  Of course, they can go the Kavanaugh route and find some ding-bat willing to publicly admit to it... not caring how disgusting it makes her look LOL

                  Democrats have shown no limit to what they're willing to say or do after-all.
                  We know you members of the immoral majority have no problem with Russians participating in American elections. Like Trump you don't believe Mueller on the question of Russian meddling, you believe Putin, and you support Trump's policy of doing nothing to safeguard future elections.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by redrover View Post
                    We know you members of the immoral majority have no problem with Russians participating in American elections.
                    Absolutely. We love Russia, want to make America a communist cess-pit .. just like democrats do. So we're on the same team man, chill : )

                    Originally posted by redrover View Post
                    Like Trump you don't believe Mueller on the question of Russian meddling, you believe Putin,
                    See above

                    Originally posted by redrover View Post
                    and you support Trump's policy of doing nothing to safeguard future elections.
                    That's why our retards.. I mean "republicans" don't want to stop the invasion at our southern border either.

                    They want as many of these people here, helping elect democrats who promise to feed, clothe, house, educate and take care of them... the more ignorant people we can bring in the better ! Communists/socialists UNITE !!

                    I don't know why you worry so much, the republicans are 'on board' with the demorats... because they're so weak and stupid - the republicans that is.

                    Trump ? Well, he'll come and go, nothing to worry about, just a "bump in the road."

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post

                      Absolutely. We love Russia, want to make America a communist cess-pit .. just like democrats do. So we're on the same team man, chill : )



                      See above



                      That's why our retards.. I mean "republicans" don't want to stop the invasion at our southern border either.

                      They want as many of these people here, helping elect democrats who promise to feed, clothe, house, educate and take care of them... the more ignorant people we can bring in the better ! Communists/socialists UNITE !!

                      I don't know why you worry so much, the republicans are 'on board' with the demorats... because they're so weak and stupid - the republicans that is.

                      Trump ? Well, he'll come and go, nothing to worry about, just a "bump in the road."
                      One thing that rang a bell with the Russians. They were amazed that the president would give an order and an underling would refuse to carry out the directive. Such a weak leader. That's not the way it works in Russia. When Putin wants to do dumb shit his aides follow through. The recent polls show that Trump's job approval is at 37% It reminds me of the dark days of April 1945 when things looked bleak for the Nazis, but Hitler was planning to unleash new super weapons that would soon turn the tide of the war. So just sit tight and wait for the super weapons that will reelect Trump out of prison for four more years

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by redrover View Post

                        We know you members of the immoral majority have no problem with Russians participating in American elections. Like Trump you don't believe Mueller on the question of Russian meddling, you believe Putin, and you support Trump's policy of doing nothing to safeguard future elections.
                        The Russians have meddled in every election since the onset of the Cold War. In the 2016 election, it is only their methods, i.e. tools, that have changed, and have been updated.

                        Obama did nothing. You have some secret information that tells you this administration has done nothing?
                        Originally posted by redrover View Post

                        We know you members of the immoral majority have no problem with Russians participating in American elections. Like Trump you don't believe Mueller on the question of Russian meddling, you believe Putin, and you support Trump's policy of doing nothing to safeguard future elections.
                        So much fail in a single post. No one like the idea of Russians influencing the election, and Mueller did charge a number of Russians in absentia. Good on him. The rest of his report is little more than partisan oppo research, which he clearly wants the House Democrats to pick up and run with impeachment on.

                        Pretty clear Mueller doesn't like the idea of a non-political elite ruling class being elected to positions of power. But what would you expect from someone who's spent nearly their entire adult life in the federal government bureaucracy?

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by redrover View Post
                          One thing that rang a bell with the Russians. They were amazed that the president would give an order and an underling would refuse to carry out the directive. Such a weak leader. That's not the way it works in Russia. When Putin wants to do dumb shit his aides follow through. The recent polls show that Trump's job approval is at 37% It reminds me of the dark days of April 1945 when things looked bleak for the Nazis, but Hitler was planning to unleash new super weapons that would soon turn the tide of the war. So just sit tight and wait for the super weapons that will reelect Trump out of prison for four more years
                          What order was it that the president gave, that a staff member refused to execute ?

                          Or is this just one of the goofy story lines in meulers long, pointless & expensive "report" about nothing ??

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post

                            What order was it that the president gave, that a staff member refused to execute ?

                            Or is this just one of the goofy story lines in meulers long, pointless & expensive "report" about nothing ??
                            To be fair, the Mueller cites a number of times when Trump, frustrated and fulminating around in the White House order various members of staff to do various things that wouldn't have been seemly. Most often, I believe, Dan Coats ,White House General Counsel to fire Mueller. Coats refused and threatened to resign. He didn't have to immediately resign, but eventually did.

                            That the White House staff refused directions which would have put the White House in jeopardy is good on them. Its called a good and loyal staff.

                            It's also rather not surprising that a frustrated and volatile Trump would go around and shout orders like that, just as it is rather not surprising that the White House staff took it for what it was, which is a frustrated and volatile Trump blowing off the steam of his frustrations.

                            All this does little more than make Trump human, as well as the White House staff.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by eohrnberger View Post
                              To be fair, the Mueller cites a number of times when Trump, frustrated and fulminating around in the White House order various members of staff to do various things that wouldn't have been seemly. Most often, I believe, Dan Coats ,White House General Counsel to fire Mueller. Coats refused and threatened to resign. He didn't have to immediately resign, but eventually did.

                              That the White House staff refused directions which would have put the White House in jeopardy is good on them. Its called a good and loyal staff.

                              It's also rather not surprising that a frustrated and volatile Trump would go around and shout orders like that, just as it is rather not surprising that the White House staff took it for what it was, which is a frustrated and volatile Trump blowing off the steam of his frustrations.

                              All this does little more than make Trump human, as well as the White House staff.
                              And these instances are mentioned in the report, unnecessarily...

                              Of course they will be described in a completely different context for Donald Trump, than they would have been for Barack or Hilary.

                              That context will leave demonrats opportunities to torture Trump and America for as long as they want to. . and they want to.. and will.

                              Because they're indecent and uncivilized.

                              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhY9Zxv1-oo - Thanks Obama

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                              With a payoff of real power, real money and real fame, people of weak character will easily choose to believe their bull doesnt stink.

                              Mark Levin, in a must-see take-down of Mueller on Fox and Friends, asks

                              "How can you talk about Russia interfering in our election and ignore the Hillary Clinton campaign, and the DNC, and the senior level FBI that's been wiped out by their own conduct? How in the world can you do that and not interview Barack Obama and Susan Rice and all the rest of them?"

                              Levins question, of course, answers itself:

                              the entire Resistance and Mueller investigation has been a cover-up for Barack Obamas role in the under-handed campaign to take down President Trump with dirty tricks.

                              Any person of ordinary intelligence could see that spying on Trump and pretending he was a traitor was a multi-faceted project of the Obama administration.

                              The leaks purporting to tag Trump as a traitor are a very crude, very wide trail leading straight to Obamas highest appointees.

                              Mass hysteria is a real and dangerous phenomenon.

                              It has been abused throughout history by unscrupulous demagogues to gain power and destroy the innocent.

                              Why did the Democrats do it?

                              A sufficient answer is one word: Obama.


                              Obama must be protected at all costs, even if the cost is the rule of law, fair elections, democracy itself.

                              We saw this play out over and over during Obamas two terms.

                              His fellow Dems never uttered a word of correction, and the press worked over-time to cover up one illegal action after another, of this worst of American presidents.

                              The use of the IRS to silence the rising mass movement of Tea Party political opponents was an abuse of federal power to turn an election that presaged the Russian frame-up of Trump.

                              Obama, like other Marxists, believes his side must win. The goal of social justice justifies every injustice.

                              ....Mueller tried his hardest, but he came up with zero on Russia collusion.


                              He came up with zero on obstruction of justice and could not recommend prosecution.

                              So instead, he in effect recommended Congressional persecution.

                              Mueller set the witch-hunt spinning again with 200 pages of innuendo and the extra-legal declaration that his team could not exonerate the President of wanting at times to scuttle the investigation.

                              It appears a weak reed, but the whole partisan witch-hunt had no more substance from the very start

                              Their fundamental problem is they dont have superior leaders or ideas. They have increasingly weird, radical leaders who appeal only to a slice of the electorate.

                              Their candidates have gone all-in on open borders, highly unpopular with even their own voters.

                              Its hard to find any politico who thinks banning cars, legalizing infanticide, insisting there are more than two sexes, or ending freedom of speech and religion are winning policies outside of Democrat elitist circles.

                              The Democrats one proven strategy it works very well indeed with their voters -- is the emotional manipulation of their voters into identity groups united by hating Trump and his voters.


                              They need to paint Trump as a racist and traitor, his supporters as all-round bigots, and excite envy and resentment of white privilege. Malice to the highest degree follows naturally.

                              Democrats rode to victory in the House in 2018 on the Mueller investigation. They still need the demonization of Trump as a traitor and rejection of America as a country of haters. It is their only ticket to ride to the White House.

                              They are not going to give it up.


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