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ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT; 2019 - U.S.A.!!!


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9 minutes ago, Olivaw said:

Hilarious that Republicans argue that it was fair to impeach Clinton for lying about sex but it’s unfair to impeach Trump for soliciting foreign government help with his re-election bid.  

and dirty don did it the day after he beat the Russia rap by obstructing the investigation. 

the clown is incorrigible. 

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1 hour ago, Olivaw said:

Hilarious that Republicans argue that it was fair to impeach Clinton for lying about sex but it’s unfair to impeach Trump for soliciting foreign government help with his re-election bid.  

 

Should politicians be immune from investigation since investigation them might help their political opponents?

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49 minutes ago, kking said:

 

Should politicians be immune from investigation since investigation them might help their political opponents?

No!

Should a sitting president coerce a foreign government to investigate his political opponent when there is zero evidence of wrongdoing by his opponent?

 

Should a sitting president demand that a foreign government admit to interfering in an election that it did not interfere with because the truth of who really interfered is inconvenient to the president? 

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1 minute ago, Olivaw said:

1. Should a sitting president coerce a foreign government to investigate his political opponent when there is zero evidence of wrongdoing by his opponent?

 

2. Should a sitting president demand that a foreign government admit to interfering in an election that it did not interfere with because the truth of who really interfered is inconvenient to the president? 

 

1. No! But that wasn't the situation. It's not coercion if the president being "coerced" doesn't know he's being coerced. The evidence of wrongdoing was Biden's own words declaring how he withheld foreign aid to meddle in Ukraine's internal affairs. Not obviously a crime, but certainly worthy of investigation.

 

2. Of course not. What are you referring to here?

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6 minutes ago, kking said:

 

1. No! But that wasn't the situation. It's not coercion if the president being "coerced" doesn't know he's being coerced. The evidence of wrongdoing was Biden's own words declaring how he withheld foreign aid to meddle in Ukraine's internal affairs. Not obviously a crime, but certainly worthy of investigation.

 

2. Of course not. What are you referring to here?


1. That’s the Republican talking point but evidence suggests that the Ukrainians new full well that they were being coerced. Everybody knew it. 17 witnesses testified that they knew it. 

 

Nonsense, Biden demanded that a corrupt prosecutor be fired for failing to investigate corruption. It was US policy, IMF policy and EU policy. Neither wrongdoing nor perception of wrongdoing has ever been alleged before. 
 

Trump did not mention corruption. He mentioned the Bidens and .....
 

2. Crowdsource. 
 

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4 minutes ago, Olivaw said:


1. That’s the Republican talking point but evidence suggests that the Ukrainians new full well that they were being coerced. Everybody knew it. 17 witnesses testified that they knew it. 

 

Nonsense, Biden demanded that a corrupt prosecutor be fired for failing to investigate corruption. It was US policy, IMF policy and EU policy. Neither wrongdoing nor perception of wrongdoing has ever been alleged before. 
 

Trump did not mention corruption. He mentioned the Bidens and .....
 

2. Crowdsource. 
 

 

1. 17 Ukrainian witnesses?

 

1b. Do you believe that the billion-dollar hammer Biden wielded against Ukraine was completely unrelated to his son's lucrative position on the board of Burisma?

 

1c. "didn't mention corruption" 

Yeah, not explicitly, but when they were talking about "restoring honesty," that can reasonably be inferred to mean corruption. 

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"He or she will look into the situation, specifically to the company that you mentioned in this issue. The issue of the investigation of the case is actually the issue of making sure to restore the honesty so we will take care of that and will work on the investigation of the case." -Zelensky

 

2. Is that the DNC server that went missing? And the allegation is that the Ukrainians stole it and handed it to Russia, who handed it to wikileaks?

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37 minutes ago, kking said:

 

1. 17 Ukrainian witnesses?

 

1b. Do you believe that the billion-dollar hammer Biden wielded against Ukraine was completely unrelated to his son's lucrative position on the board of Burisma?

 

1c. "didn't mention corruption" 

Yeah, not explicitly, but when they were talking about "restoring honesty," that can reasonably be inferred to mean corruption. 

 

2. Is that the DNC server that went missing? And the allegation is that the Ukrainians stole it and handed it to Russia, who handed it to wikileaks?


1. American witnesses. 
1b. Everybody outside of the cult knows it. 
1c. I did because Trump didn’t. It’s telling. 
 

2. It didn’t go missing and it was not stolen. Russia hacked the DNC email system. Crowdstrike is a California based cyber security firm. it has nothing to do with Ukraine. 

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