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By a 15-point margin Americans say that, despite being acquitted in the Senate, Donald Trump has not been cleared of wrongdoing in the Ukraine matter. Fully 55% say Trump has not been exonerated by his acquittal while 40% believe he has, according a new Quinnipiac poll released Monday. The views of independents track almost perfectly with those findings, with 54% saying Trump has not been cleared and 40% saying he has.

 

What this means more broadly is that Americans weren't fooled by Republicans' sham trial one bit. In the poll, 51% still believe that Trump's actions were serious enough to warrant impeachment, while 46% believe they didn't reach the threshold. Independents are split on that question 49% to 49%. Perhaps even more telling are respondents' views on whether the Senate trial was conducted fairly:

 

  • Unfairly: 59%
  • Fairly: 35%  

 

That finding is almost identical to Monmouth polling also released today, showing 58% say the trial was unfair, while 35% say it was fair. In effect, Senate Republicans’ sham trial only inspired confidence in GOP voters, 54% of whom called it fair, while Democrats (78%-18%) and independents (56%-39%) overwhelmingly found it unfair.

 

 

https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2020/2/10/1918211/-Solid-majority-of-Americans-say-Senate-acquittal-did-not-clear-Trump-of-wrongdoing

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There was no sham trial. Democrats had 18 unanswered witnesses in the house and still couldn't make their case. Pathetic. It got more attention than it deserved. I wanted witnesses but likely for different reasons than progressives. I wanted a full public airing of Democrats dirty dealings in Ukraine. 

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Dems are incompetent. They have been investigating Trump for 3 years and have found nothing. Durham is going to find a lot on dems. The dems are self destructing. They are starting to turn on each other while Bloomberg slowly gains traction. It could come down to Sanders the communist or Bloomberg the capitalist extraordinaire.

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51 minutes ago, skews13 said:

By a 15-point margin Americans say that, despite being acquitted in the Senate, Donald Trump has not been cleared of wrongdoing in the Ukraine matter. Fully 55% say Trump has not been exonerated by his acquittal while 40% believe he has, according a new Quinnipiac poll released Monday. The views of independents track almost perfectly with those findings, with 54% saying Trump has not been cleared and 40% saying he has.

 

What this means more broadly is that Americans weren't fooled by Republicans' sham trial one bit. In the poll, 51% still believe that Trump's actions were serious enough to warrant impeachment, while 46% believe they didn't reach the threshold. Independents are split on that question 49% to 49%. Perhaps even more telling are respondents' views on whether the Senate trial was conducted fairly:

 

  • Unfairly: 59%
  • Fairly: 35%  

 

That finding is almost identical to Monmouth polling also released today, showing 58% say the trial was unfair, while 35% say it was fair. In effect, Senate Republicans’ sham trial only inspired confidence in GOP voters, 54% of whom called it fair, while Democrats (78%-18%) and independents (56%-39%) overwhelmingly found it unfair.

 

 

https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2020/2/10/1918211/-Solid-majority-of-Americans-say-Senate-acquittal-did-not-clear-Trump-of-wrongdoing

 

Butt-hurt Infants.

 

The House - brings the Prosecution case to the Senate.

 

The President - brings the Defense.

 

The Senate - hears the case.

 

You get the Trial you brought, Adolescent Socialist Malcontent.

 

That's Constitutional.

 

Seditious Democrat National Socialist Coup Attempts...

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...make poor trials.

 

Ha!

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53 minutes ago, skews13 said:

By a 15-point margin Americans say that, despite being acquitted in the Senate, Donald Trump has not been cleared of wrongdoing in the Ukraine matter. Fully 55% say Trump has not been exonerated by his acquittal while 40% believe he has, according a new Quinnipiac poll released Monday. The views of independents track almost perfectly with those findings, with 54% saying Trump has not been cleared and 40% saying he has.

 

What this means more broadly is that Americans weren't fooled by Republicans' sham trial one bit. In the poll, 51% still believe that Trump's actions were serious enough to warrant impeachment, while 46% believe they didn't reach the threshold. Independents are split on that question 49% to 49%. Perhaps even more telling are respondents' views on whether the Senate trial was conducted fairly:

 

  • Unfairly: 59%
  • Fairly: 35%  

 

That finding is almost identical to Monmouth polling also released today, showing 58% say the trial was unfair, while 35% say it was fair. In effect, Senate Republicans’ sham trial only inspired confidence in GOP voters, 54% of whom called it fair, while Democrats (78%-18%) and independents (56%-39%) overwhelmingly found it unfair.

 

 

https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2020/2/10/1918211/-Solid-majority-of-Americans-say-Senate-acquittal-did-not-clear-Trump-of-wrongdoing

The Daily Dose?    LMAO

 

 

In other news...

 

"Barr announces sweeping new sanctions, 'significant escalation' against left-wing sanctuary cities"

 

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/barr-announces-new-sanctuary-policies

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2 minutes ago, Blue Devil said:

 

Butt-hurt Infants.

 

The House - brings the Prosecution case to the Senate.

 

The President - brings the Defense.

 

The Senate - hears the case.

 

You get the Trial you brought, Adolescent Socialist Malcontent.

 

That's Constitutional.

 

Seditious Democrat National Socialist Coup Attempts...

B5252399.jpg&client=amp-blogside-v2&sign

...make poor trials.

 

Ha!

only in america does the jury corrupt itself..

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6 minutes ago, personreal said:

The Daily Dose?    LMAO

 

 

In other news...

 

"Barr announces sweeping new sanctions, 'significant escalation' against left-wing sanctuary cities"

 

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/barr-announces-new-sanctuary-policies

 

 

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Begins - 04NOV20

 

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1 hour ago, skews13 said:

By a 15-point margin Americans say that, despite being acquitted in the Senate, Donald Trump has not been cleared of wrongdoing in the Ukraine matter.

 

Acquitted Forever. 

Quinnipiac specializes in anti-Trump results.  They were wildly wrong in 2016 and their approval polls for the President are an outliar now. 

 

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The fact that Trump's approval is at record highs and other polls are suggesting the exact opposite, this is clearly an attempt to manipulate readers through faulty polling. 

 

IF the poll in the OP were accurate, Trumps numbers WOULD NOT be at record levels.

 

FAKE news. FAKE polls. FAKE OP. 

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1 hour ago, skews13 said:

By a 15-point margin Americans say that, despite being acquitted in the Senate, Donald Trump has not been cleared of wrongdoing in the Ukraine matter. Fully 55% say Trump has not been exonerated by his acquittal while 40% believe he has, according a new Quinnipiac poll released Monday. The views of independents track almost perfectly with those findings, with 54% saying Trump has not been cleared and 40% saying he has.

 

What this means more broadly is that Americans weren't fooled by Republicans' sham trial one bit. In the poll, 51% still believe that Trump's actions were serious enough to warrant impeachment, while 46% believe they didn't reach the threshold. Independents are split on that question 49% to 49%. Perhaps even more telling are respondents' views on whether the Senate trial was conducted fairly:

 

  • Unfairly: 59%
  • Fairly: 35%  

 

That finding is almost identical to Monmouth polling also released today, showing 58% say the trial was unfair, while 35% say it was fair. In effect, Senate Republicans’ sham trial only inspired confidence in GOP voters, 54% of whom called it fair, while Democrats (78%-18%) and independents (56%-39%) overwhelmingly found it unfair.

 

 

https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2020/2/10/1918211/-Solid-majority-of-Americans-say-Senate-acquittal-did-not-clear-Trump-of-wrongdoing

 

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1 hour ago, skews13 said:

By a 15-point margin Americans say that, despite being acquitted in the Senate, Donald Trump has not been cleared of wrongdoing in the Ukraine matter. Fully 55% say Trump has not been exonerated by his acquittal while 40% believe he has, according a new Quinnipiac poll released Monday. The views of independents track almost perfectly with those findings, with 54% saying Trump has not been cleared and 40% saying he has.

 

What this means more broadly is that Americans weren't fooled by Republicans' sham trial one bit. In the poll, 51% still believe that Trump's actions were serious enough to warrant impeachment, while 46% believe they didn't reach the threshold. Independents are split on that question 49% to 49%. Perhaps even more telling are respondents' views on whether the Senate trial was conducted fairly:

 

  • Unfairly: 59%
  • Fairly: 35%  

 

That finding is almost identical to Monmouth polling also released today, showing 58% say the trial was unfair, while 35% say it was fair. In effect, Senate Republicans’ sham trial only inspired confidence in GOP voters, 54% of whom called it fair, while Democrats (78%-18%) and independents (56%-39%) overwhelmingly found it unfair.

 

 

https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2020/2/10/1918211/-Solid-majority-of-Americans-say-Senate-acquittal-did-not-clear-Trump-of-wrongdoing

Is that what you have left?

Polls

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2 hours ago, skews13 said:

By a 15-point margin Americans say that, despite being acquitted in the Senate, Donald Trump has not been cleared of wrongdoing in the Ukraine matter. Fully 55% say Trump has not been exonerated by his acquittal while 40% believe he has, according a new Quinnipiac poll released Monday. The views of independents track almost perfectly with those findings, with 54% saying Trump has not been cleared and 40% saying he has.

 

What this means more broadly is that Americans weren't fooled by Republicans' sham trial one bit. In the poll, 51% still believe that Trump's actions were serious enough to warrant impeachment, while 46% believe they didn't reach the threshold. Independents are split on that question 49% to 49%. Perhaps even more telling are respondents' views on whether the Senate trial was conducted fairly:

 

  • Unfairly: 59%
  • Fairly: 35%  

 

That finding is almost identical to Monmouth polling also released today, showing 58% say the trial was unfair, while 35% say it was fair. In effect, Senate Republicans’ sham trial only inspired confidence in GOP voters, 54% of whom called it fair, while Democrats (78%-18%) and independents (56%-39%) overwhelmingly found it unfair.

 

 

https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2020/2/10/1918211/-Solid-majority-of-Americans-say-Senate-acquittal-did-not-clear-Trump-of-wrongdoing

 

 

Trump is the New Teflon Don.

Our Team won.

Your Team lost. (again).

Get over it...…………………….(loser)………....…..🥃

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