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The Impeachment Thread Part Deux


What do you think will happen?  

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  1. 1. What do you think will happen?

    • Impeachment but not conviction
      27
    • Impeachment and conviction 👀
      10
    • Impeachment fails
      11
    • Impeachment is never brought up
      9

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  • Poll closed on 01/20/2021 at 05:00 PM

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Just now, China said:

 

FTFY.

 

I didnt know that was an option! Since the table is open....

 

3 minutes ago, Llevron said:

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Kinda wish he had a twitter exploded testicle right now

 

This should so be a thread after hes not president so we can not get in trouble lol

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10 minutes ago, Cooleyfan1993 said:

Wait, so what does this mean, that he’s no longer president? Or is there another step that has to be done before that? 

 

You slept through the last one, didn't you?  

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6 minutes ago, Momma There Goes That Man said:

I assume closet republican Tulsi Gabbard was the lone Dem that didn't vote?

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No all 222 voted yes. 5 GOP didn't vote apparently. 

 

Edit..was 1 of the 5 the guy who died (Letlow)?

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The GOP (at large) is still playing the same game.  They are calling the impeachment itself divisive, but that is merely because they are refusing to accept reality and therefore by design making impeachment divisive.  This is about accountability which for 4 years they have refused to apply to the President which is why we got to the events of last Wednesday in the first place.  Trump has gotten worse and looked into more extremist ways to maintain power because every lesson he has learned "on the job" is that he can do whatever he wants with zero consequences.   The fact that 70+ million wanted another 4 years of this makes it clear that the steps towards authoritarianism matter little to these people as long as the populist messaging is one they agree with. 

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Just now, NoCalMike said:

The GOP (at large) is still playing the same game.  They are calling the impeachment itself divisive, but that is merely because they are refusing to accept reality and therefore by design making impeachment divisive.  This is about accountability which for 4 years they have refused to apply to the President which is why we got to the events of last Wednesday in the first place.  Trump has gotten worse and looked into more extremist ways to maintain power because every lesson he has learned "on the job" is that he can do whatever he wants with zero consequences.   The fact that 70+ million wanted another 4 years of this makes it clear that the steps towards authoritarianism matter little to these people as long as the populist messaging is one they agree with. 

 

Their political incentives haven't changed.  

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So even though various GOP leaders floated  “it’s ok to do it this time” through the news over the last 24 hours (cause that’s all those stories were), they still only found 10 to vote for it?

 

and the 5 that didn’t vote? That’s a vote against impeachment. I don’t care what your excuse is. If you didn’t vote yes then you voted no by default. Even if you didn’t technically vote no. 
 

solid shape the gop is in. Assclowns 

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That’s fine. 
 

Convict him after he’s gone. Remove all his post-presidency percs. Bar him from running again. 
 

then let sdny and whoever else has a case do their job. 
 

they were never going to convict before 1/20. The only route was the 25th. And pence refused. 
 

McConnell isn’t wrong. That’s not a political game. So. Whatever. Move along as appropriate. 

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The unfortunate truth, reflecting on the last 4 years and the state of our “politics”

 

Had Trump been held even close to the normal standards this would be his 3rd or 4th or 5th or howevermanheth impeachment. 

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9 minutes ago, tshile said:

That’s fine. 
 

Convict him after he’s gone. Remove all his post-presidency percs. Bar him from running again. 
 

then let sdny and whoever else has a case do their job. 
 

they were never going to convict before 1/20. The only route was the 25th. And pence refused. 
 

McConnell isn’t wrong. That’s not a political game. So. Whatever. Move along as appropriate. 

In any case the SDNY or whoever else may have against him, somehow, it's a good thing Pence didn't make a call on the 25th. That would have given an easy excuse to Trump's attorney.

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I just heard Mitch won't call the vote, we'll have to wait until after Trump is no longer president. I don't think this is necessarily a bad thing, I think Mitch knows Trump is gone and likely wants him gone. He just doesn't want to be the one to spearhead the process, just wants to reap the benefits. Why get your hands dirty when the Democrats are more than likely to give you what you want?

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