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Thread: What Are The Odds On Impeachment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puzzling Evidence View Post
    You are under the assumption that no conservative will impeach Trump. This would especially be untrue in the Senate where members often do not follow party lines.

    Really??? How many Democrats voted to impeach President Bill Clinton? How many Democrats voted to remove President Bill Clinton? For that matter, how many Democrats in the Senate voted to remove President Andrew Johnson? The answer is simple, not a single one. Yes, there are a few Republicans that do not follow the party lines but enough to get 2/3rds of the Senate? The Democrats, on the other hand? Party line boot lickers, all for one, one for all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Dad View Post
    Impeachment or Impeachment and Removal from office? If the Democrats win the House they may do an impeachment but it will be a waste of time. Just a political stunt. They don't have the votes for removal in the Senate. The reason that it has not happened already is that impeachment is reserved for high crimes and misdemeanors. The Democrats who want to impeach President Trump, are in the minority party. They do not have the votes, nor do they have high crimes or misdemeanors that they can prove. Impeachment is not just supposed to be a political tool for use when your party loses the election.

    If President Trump were impeached by a Democrat controlled House, then not removed by the Senate, he would be in a more solid position than he is right now.
    Make no mistake -- any member of the Senate who refuses to perform their duty to protect the United States will pay dearly for putting party over country. Not saying what Mueller will find, just saying that this "Donald Trump can do whatever he wants" crap ain't going to fly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Dad View Post
    Really??? How many Democrats voted to impeach President Bill Clinton? How many Democrats voted to remove President Bill Clinton? For that matter, how many Democrats in the Senate voted to remove President Andrew Johnson? The answer is simple, not a single one. Yes, there are a few Republicans that do not follow the party lines but enough to get 2/3rds of the Senate? The Democrats, on the other hand? Party line boot lickers, all for one, one for all.
    How many republicans refused to impeach Bill Clinton over a much less important matter? That sort of flies in the face of your theory that Republicans will refuse to do their job.

    Boot-lickers indeed....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puzzling Evidence View Post
    Make no mistake -- any member of the Senate who refuses to perform their duty to protect the United States will pay dearly for putting party over country. Not saying what Mueller will find, just saying that this "Donald Trump can do whatever he wants" crap ain't going to fly.
    Did you feel that same way, when the Democrats voted in a solid block not to impeach President Bill Clinton in the House or when the Democrats voted in a solid block not to remove President Bill Clinton in the Senate? Did those members of the Senate pay a dearly for putting party over country? There was no question that President Bill Clinton committed perjury, one of the charges stated in the articles of impeachment. It wasn't even being denied. I don't think so, considering some of those Democrats are still in office.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puzzling Evidence View Post
    How many republicans refused to impeach Bill Clinton over a much less important matter? That sort of flies in the face of your theory that Republicans will refuse to do their job.

    Boot-lickers indeed....
    Bill Clinton committed a felony. He lied on a deposition. That is perjury. Less important matter?

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    We can't leave Trump's crimes and treachery up to the complicit GOP to punish.
    No law or COTUS wording protects a criminal president from being prosecuted in our courts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil505 View Post
    We can't leave Trump's crimes and treachery up to the complicit GOP to punish.
    No law or COTUS wording protects a criminal president from being prosecuted in our courts.
    What Trump crimes do you think are impeachable?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Dad View Post
    Bill Clinton committed a felony. He lied on a deposition. That is perjury. Less important matter?
    You're comparing Clinton lying about a private affair to possible treason (I do not expect you to EVER agree that Lord and Savior Trump would ever do that so don't bother to explain).

    After Kennith Star found nothing in his "investigation" to stick, he set a perjury trap. I will remind you that a REPUBLICAN Senate, refused to uphold Clinton's impeachment. Most people in the country did not want Clinton impeached. Again, it was Republicans that refused to impeach Clinton.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Dad View Post
    Bill Clinton committed a felony. He lied on a deposition. That is perjury. Less important matter?
    Yes, yes that was less important. It was of little consequence in the scheme of things. What Trump and his campaign may have done is much more consequential to the country and the world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5 stringer View Post
    What Trump crimes do you think are impeachable?
    Get educated.....anything a majority of the HOR agrees is an impeachable offense is one. (a bad tie is an impeachable offense if the HOR votes it is)

    I could fill this page with his crimes and you know it.
    (How's the weather in Moscow today?)
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