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71% Of Republicans

Want Mitch McConnell To CALL WITNESSES!!

January 21, 2020

 

"SurveyUSA asked 4,096 registered voters whether witnesses with firsthand knowledge should be allowed to testify, with 71 percent of Republicans, 93 percent of Democrats, and 81 percent of Independents saying witnesses should be allowed to testify. Only 15 percent of Republicans said that they should not be allowed to testify, while 4 percent of Democrats, and 7 percent of Independents said they shouldn't. Only 3 percent of Democrats were unsure, with 12 percent of Independents and 14 percent of Republicans answering not sure."

 

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Just now, Phoenix68 said:

71% Of Republicans

Want Mitch McConnell To CALL WITNESSES!!

January 21, 2020

 

"SurveyUSA asked 4,096 registered voters whether witnesses with firsthand knowledge should be allowed to testify, with 71 percent of Republicans, 93 percent of Democrats, and 81 percent of Independents saying witnesses should be allowed to testify. Only 15 percent of Republicans said that they should not be allowed to testify, while 4 percent of Democrats, and 7 percent of Independents said they shouldn't. Only 3 percent of Democrats were unsure, with 12 percent of Independents and 14 percent of Republicans answering not sure."

Newsweek? HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!

 

https://thehill.com/opinion/columnists/dick-morris/4728-newsweek-is-biased-like-the-rest-of-the-media-elite

 

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5 hours ago, superds77 said:

 

Dick Morris wrote for The Hill and is quite a conservative misinformation source. Yeah he has been around for awhile yet he cannot get it right no matter what. Dick Morris is attached to the right wing anti american philosophy no question about it. He is a loser and a jerk.

 

Newsweek is hardly biased to the left however when a rotten president has more than 16,000 lies under his belt how could Newsweek possibly come to his rescue. 

 

Of course witnesses should be testifying we know that EXCEPT when a corrupt party beyond belief is pushing a cover up.

 

The most rotten party ever in the history of America is pushing a big time cover up so bing on the witnesses. Before it is over the USA will see Rudolph W. Giuliani, John BOLTON, Nick MULVANEY, dumb ass BARR, fat ass POMPEO,  fatter ass TRUMP and Bitch McConnell going down the tubes most likely by way of perjury and conspiracy to commit further obstruction of justice.

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1 minute ago, jerra- said:

 

the republican party is finished.

 

they chose trump over country.

 

allegiance to a thug over their oaths.

 

they are finished,  and they did it to themselves.

and yet you liberal asswipes have ZERO PROOF OF ANY WRONG DOING!!!!

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A Monmouth poll suggests more modest figures but a plurality still support the impeachment process. So much for right wing predictions of a backfire. 
 

https://www.monmouth.edu/polling-institute/reports/monmouthpoll_us_012120/
 

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A majority of Americans (57%) say the House managers should be able to present new evidence in the Senate trial to support the articles of impeachment. Another 37% say that the managers should be limited to sharing only what was revealed during the initial impeachment inquiry. Support for allowing new evidence comes from 87% of Democrats, 56% of independents, and just 24% of Republicans.

“Public opinion on allowing new evidence and compelling witness testimony in the Senate trial breaks sharply along partisan lines. But it is interesting that solid majorities in every partisan group would like to see Trump and members of his administration at least asked to appear,” said Patrick Murray, director of the independent Monmouth University Polling Institute.

Just over half of the American public (53%) approve of the House of Representatives decision to impeach Trump, while 46% disapprove. Support for the U.S. Senate actually removing Trump from office now that he has been impeached stands at 49% who agree with this, while a similar 48% say Trump should not be removed.  A different question on impeachment Monmouth had been asking prior to the House action showed support for the president’s removal at 45% in December, 44% in November and September (just after details of Trump’s call with Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky was revealed), and 35% in August

 

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1 minute ago, Duck615 said:

Liar

 

 

 

“Public opinion on allowing new evidence and compelling witness testimony in the Senate trial breaks sharply along partisan lines. But it is interesting that solid majorities in every partisan group would like to see Trump and members of his administration at least asked to appear,” said Patrick Murray, director of the independent Monmouth University Polling Institute.

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1 minute ago, jerra- said:

 

 

 

“Public opinion on allowing new evidence and compelling witness testimony in the Senate trial breaks sharply along partisan lines. But it is interesting that solid majorities in every partisan group would like to see Trump and members of his administration at least asked to appear,” said Patrick Murray, director of the independent Monmouth University Polling Institute.

funny how you still believe the polls after being crushed in 2016

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