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The House impeached Donald Trump based on the irrefutable fact that he abused his power by attempting to extort Ukraine to lie about a Trump political rival, under the threat of withholding vitally needed military aid to fend off Russian aggression, and Trump violated the Constitution and his oath to uphold it,  by refusing to obey the lawful subpoenas of the Congress, provided in Article 1 or the Constitution.

 

The facts are clear. Trump's own transcript of the phone call to the president of Ukraine proves he asked for a "favor," and dozens of witnesses have testified that the extortion plot was on going for several months before the phone call. Trump's accomplices in the extortion crime, include his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, his VP, Mike Pence, his Chief of Staff, Mick Mulvaney, his Sec. of State, Mike Pompeo, his AG, Bill Barr, and Rick Perry, the former Energy department head.

 

The GOP has lied about, and denied the charges, but they are irrefutable. The Republican Party has shown that it does not put the country above the "Party's interests," and that they are prepared to violate their oaths to uphold the Constitution, just as Trump did.

 

The majority of the American people realize that we have a traitor and criminal in the WH, and a Republican Party that is acting like his crime syndicate , trying to cover up Trump's crimes, and a Republican Senate that might refuse to convict and remove Trump from office.

 

In the end, either the Constitution and the rule of law win out, and Trump is removed or America is betrayed again by the GOP, and we slouch toward being just another Banana Republic!!!

 

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38 minutes ago, Persepolis said:

The House impeached Donald Trump based on the irrefutable fact that he abused his power by attempting to extort Ukraine to lie about a Trump political rival, under the threat of withholding vitally needed military aid to fend off Russian aggression, and Trump violated the Constitution and his oath to uphold it,  by refusing to obey the lawful subpoenas of the Congress, provided in Article 1 or the Constitution.

 

The facts are clear. Trump's own transcript of the phone call to the president of Ukraine proves he asked for a "favor," and dozens of witnesses have testified that the extortion plot was on going for several months before the phone call. Trump's accomplices in the extortion crime, include his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, his VP, Mike Pence, his Chief of Staff, Mick Mulvaney, his Sec. of State, Mike Pompeo, his AG, Bill Barr, and Rick Perry, the former Energy department head.

 

The GOP has lied about, and denied the charges, but they are irrefutable. The Republican Party has shown that it does not put the country above the "Party's interests," and that they are prepared to violate their oaths to uphold the Constitution, just as Trump did.

 

The majority of the American people realize that we have a traitor and criminal in the WH, and a Republican Party that is acting like his crime syndicate , trying to cover up Trump's crimes, and a Republican Senate that might refuse to convict and remove Trump from office.

 

In the end, either the Constitution and the rule of law win out, and Trump is removed or America is betrayed again by the GOP, and we slouch toward being just another Banana Republic!!!

 

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Great day in American politics,

200,000,000 Americans are smiling today.

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GOP Senate quietly removes white nationalism from new requirements to screen military enlistees

n Thursday, the Huffington Post reported that the Senate-passed version of the National Defense Authorization Act — the annual spending bill to fund the military and national security services — quietly gutted a House-passed amendment that would have encouraged officials to screen prospective military enlistees for white nationalist ideology.

 

The amendment, authored by Rep. Pete Aguilar (D-CA) has been rewritten to direct the Department of Defense to explore how to screen recruits for “extremist and gang-related activity” — with the words “white nationalism” cut altogether.

 

It is unclear which senators pushed for the removal. Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK), who chairs the Armed Services Committee, declined to comment on the matter.

 

 

The U.S. government has been aware that white supremacist violence is a growing threat for at least a decade, when a Department of Homeland Security official issued a 2009 report — attacked by conservative commentators — on the danger posed by domestic right-wing and racial terrorism. But in recent years it has become clear that these groups have also infiltrated military and law enforcement agencies, both to shape government policy and to gain easy access to weapons and combat training.

 

Several recent high-profile cases have made clear the dangers, including a Coast Guard lieutenant arrested after allegedly stockpiling firearms to assassinate several politicians and create a white ethnostate, and nearly a dozen members of the Army, Air Force, Marines, and Texas and Minnesota National Guards working with Identity Evropa (now the American Identity Movement), a white supremacist group that helped plan the deadly neo-Nazi riot in Charlottesville, Virginia.

 

And the scale of the problem could be much worse. In 2017, a poll by the Military Times found that nearly 25 percent of servicemembers have encountered white nationalists in the ranks — and that a plurality see white nationalism as more dangerous than the combat zones of Iraq and Afghanistan.

 

“We cannot turn a blind eye to this growing problem which puts our national security and the safety of the brave men and women serving our country in jeopardy,” Aguilar told the Huffington Post. “It’s disappointing that Senate Republicans disagree.”

 

 
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3 hours ago, benson13 said:

GOP Senate quietly removes white nationalism from new requirements to screen military enlistees

n Thursday, the Huffington Post reported that the Senate-passed version of the National Defense Authorization Act — the annual spending bill to fund the military and national security services — quietly gutted a House-passed amendment that would have encouraged officials to screen prospective military enlistees for white nationalist ideology.

 

The amendment, authored by Rep. Pete Aguilar (D-CA) has been rewritten to direct the Department of Defense to explore how to screen recruits for “extremist and gang-related activity” — with the words “white nationalism” cut altogether.

 

It is unclear which senators pushed for the removal. Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK), who chairs the Armed Services Committee, declined to comment on the matter.

 

 

The U.S. government has been aware that white supremacist violence is a growing threat for at least a decade, when a Department of Homeland Security official issued a 2009 report — attacked by conservative commentators — on the danger posed by domestic right-wing and racial terrorism. But in recent years it has become clear that these groups have also infiltrated military and law enforcement agencies, both to shape government policy and to gain easy access to weapons and combat training.

 

Several recent high-profile cases have made clear the dangers, including a Coast Guard lieutenant arrested after allegedly stockpiling firearms to assassinate several politicians and create a white ethnostate, and nearly a dozen members of the Army, Air Force, Marines, and Texas and Minnesota National Guards working with Identity Evropa (now the American Identity Movement), a white supremacist group that helped plan the deadly neo-Nazi riot in Charlottesville, Virginia.

 

And the scale of the problem could be much worse. In 2017, a poll by the Military Times found that nearly 25 percent of servicemembers have encountered white nationalists in the ranks — and that a plurality see white nationalism as more dangerous than the combat zones of Iraq and Afghanistan.

 

“We cannot turn a blind eye to this growing problem which puts our national security and the safety of the brave men and women serving our country in jeopardy,” Aguilar told the Huffington Post. “It’s disappointing that Senate Republicans disagree.”

 

 

The sinister and insidious Republican Party continues to degenerate into a fascist/racist Party just like their "dear leader" the Traitor Trump!!!

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4 hours ago, Persepolis said:

The House impeached Donald Trump based on the irrefutable fact that he abused his power by attempting to extort Ukraine to lie about a Trump political rival, under the threat of withholding vitally needed military aid to fend off Russian aggression, and Trump violated the Constitution and his oath to uphold it,  by refusing to obey the lawful subpoenas of the Congress, provided in Article 1 or the Constitution.

 

The facts are clear. Trump's own transcript of the phone call to the president of Ukraine proves he asked for a "favor," and dozens of witnesses have testified that the extortion plot was on going for several months before the phone call. Trump's accomplices in the extortion crime, include his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, his VP, Mike Pence, his Chief of Staff, Mick Mulvaney, his Sec. of State, Mike Pompeo, his AG, Bill Barr, and Rick Perry, the former Energy department head.

 

The GOP has lied about, and denied the charges, but they are irrefutable. The Republican Party has shown that it does not put the country above the "Party's interests," and that they are prepared to violate their oaths to uphold the Constitution, just as Trump did.

 

The majority of the American people realize that we have a traitor and criminal in the WH, and a Republican Party that is acting like his crime syndicate , trying to cover up Trump's crimes, and a Republican Senate that might refuse to convict and remove Trump from office.

 

In the end, either the Constitution and the rule of law win out, and Trump is removed or America is betrayed again by the GOP, and we slouch toward being just another Banana Republic!!!

 

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Please show where abuse of power is in the US Code.

 

 

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4 hours ago, Persepolis said:

The Traitor Trump: The most treasonous, corrupt, and divisive president in our history.

No patriotic, sane, American adult would want this criminal to remain in the WH!!!

 

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His minions will drink the kool-aid for him. They will kneel to him. 

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2 minutes ago, slideman said:

They are a cult

The GOP were always a quasi-fascist Party, but they have abandoned all pretense now, and with a dangerous criminal and white supremacist like Trump controlling the Party, they are plunging into the transparent abuse of power and the obstruction of justice by the heads of government agencies (State Dept., JD, EPA, BLM, etc.), and by the congressional Republican leaders such as McConnell, and Nunes.

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18 hours ago, dontlooknow said:

They think Trump is above the law. ru

They have  no idea how dangerous Trump and the GOP are. All the Trumpanzees and Repubs think that so long as Trump treats immigrants, and gays, and the poor with cruelty, he won't do it to them. Like all fascists, Trump caters to his supporters, until he doesn't need them anymore. Then, they're dumped and abused like everyone else.

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3 minutes ago, Persepolis said:

They have  no idea how dangerous Trump and the GOP are. All the Trumpanzees and Repubs think that so long as Trump treats immigrants, and gays, and the poor with cruelty, he won't do it to them. Like all fascists, Trump caters to his supporters, until he doesn't need them anymore. Then, they're dumped and abused like everyone else.

 

Persepolis...in case you didn't see my question, can you tell me where abuse of power is in the US Code?  After all, you said Trump was impeached on the law.

 

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America's arch enemy, Vladimir Putin, the dictator of Russia, lecturing America about how our Congress should allow Trump to do whatever he wants, just like Putin does in Russia!!!

Putin is just protecting his puppet, Donald Trump, who should be removed from office for the sake of America's national security!!!

 

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Just now, BatteryPowered said:

 

Persepolis...in case you didn't see my question, can you tell me where abuse of power is in the US Code?  After all, you said Trump was impeached on the law.

 

I guess you're illiterate or just too stupid to read the articles of impeachment. It's all there, except for those who are too blind or dumb to read.

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Just now, Persepolis said:

America's arch enemy, Vladimir Putin, the dictator of Russia, lecturing America about how our Congress should allow Trump to do whatever he wants, just like Putin does in Russia!!!

Putin is just protecting his puppet, Donald Trump, who should be removed from office for the sake of America's national security!!!

 

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Nice picture. This is who Trump thinks is President of the United States.

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1 minute ago, Persepolis said:

I guess you're illiterate or just too stupid to read the articles of impeachment. It's all there, except for those who are too blind or dumb to read.

 

I know what the articles of impeachment say.  YOU said he was impeached under the LAW.  Since abuse of power is one of the articles of impeachment, that means abuse of power is in the law...according to you.

 

OK...show us where in the US Code we can find it.

 

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