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Speaker Nancy Pelosi's Letter Pushes Back Against Democrats Wanting To Impeach Trump

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posted on Apr, 22 2019 @ 05:43 PM
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a reply to: carewemust

How can any sane rational person ever trust anyone in DC after this coup attempt?




posted on Apr, 22 2019 @ 05:56 PM
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originally posted by: Nickn3

originally posted by: IAMTAT
Please let Dems try to impeach him....Puleeeease!


If the Democrats try to remove the President by force the streets will run red with blood.


In a way its unfortunate that Americans are doing so well. Otherwise, the public would be demanding that Pelosi, Nadler, Schiff, Cummings, etc.., drop the Trump witch-hunt, and work with him to fix our failing economy.

But as it stands now, they shake their heads in disgust, then go right back to living life. The public has the same reaction with the "border crisis".



posted on Apr, 22 2019 @ 05:58 PM
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originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: carewemust

How can any sane rational person ever trust anyone in DC after this coup attempt?


First, the Coup Attempt needs to be chronologically laid out by the Justice Department, and indictments need to flow. Until that happens, all the "proof" in the world will have no effect legally, and only marginally in the public domain.



posted on Apr, 22 2019 @ 06:13 PM
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I think she needed to put it terms her colleagues can understand.

There are over 350 million privately owned guns in the US. Held by upwards of 140 million people. If only 1% of those people think our actions are a coup and they stand up to defend the country, that is 1.4 million angry gunmen coming for us with intent to shoot to kill. Just 1% all civilians. There are only 535 in both the House and Senate if you count on the Republicans to help us.



posted on Apr, 22 2019 @ 06:14 PM
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originally posted by: carewemust

originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: carewemust

How can any sane rational person ever trust anyone in DC after this coup attempt?


First, the Coup Attempt needs to be chronologically laid out by the Justice Department, and indictments need to flow. Until that happens, all the "proof" in the world will have no effect legally, and only marginally in the public domain.


Senate judiciary committee under Lindsey Graham is where the really interesting stuff Will be brought out in these cases.

imo




posted on Apr, 22 2019 @ 06:16 PM
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a reply to: carewemust

1. March 4, 1932, FDR takes office. Been a protracted coup against the people ever since.


Edit: After further review:

February 3, 1913, The 16th Amendment is ratified allowing for the direct tax on income.
May 31, 1913, The 17th Amendment is ratified ending full representation of the States.
December 23, 1913, The Federal Reserve Act is signed into law by Woodrow Wilson, ending the nation’s wealth and allowing for the future plunder of the Treasury by a privately owned banking system.

Then FDR enacted the coup. Confiscating private wealth, firearms and various other acts on the road to totalitarian socialism that is still being completed in the modern era.


edit on 22-4-2019 by Ahabstar because: Because I needed to point out a deeper timeline



posted on Apr, 22 2019 @ 06:33 PM
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originally posted by: ausername

originally posted by: carewemust

originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: carewemust

How can any sane rational person ever trust anyone in DC after this coup attempt?


First, the Coup Attempt needs to be chronologically laid out by the Justice Department, and indictments need to flow. Until that happens, all the "proof" in the world will have no effect legally, and only marginally in the public domain.


Senate judiciary committee under Lindsey Graham is where the really interesting stuff Will be brought out in these cases.

imo



The Senate is so low-keyed, you don't know what they're up to, unless you actively look for it.

But there is something going on behind the scenes to scare a few of the Trump-hating U.S. House members.

Maxine Waters changed her tune today, during he "urgent" Dim conference call. (Congress is in the middle of a 19 day Easter vacation.)


Fox News is told by two senior sources on the conference call that even House Financial Services Committee Chair Maxine Waters, an anti-Trump firebrand, told fellow Democrats that while she personally favored going forward with impeachment proceedings, she was not pushing for other members to join her.
Source: www.foxnews.com...

Apparently, even the majority of the Democrat-owned Mainstream Media pounding the Impeachment drum over the past few days, Pelosi, Hoyer, Waters are against proceeding with Impeachment hearings.



posted on Apr, 22 2019 @ 06:40 PM
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She is right to push back against it. A few of my pharmacy tech's consider themselves liberal, and did not vote for Trump. After talking with them this past week, they are sick of the Russian Collusion/Obstruction/Impeachment debacle. They just want it to be over and are sick of seeing it on the news. They are beginning to tune out......pretty soon, the only ones left watching and supporting this will be the lunatic fringe of the party......not a good look



posted on Apr, 22 2019 @ 07:14 PM
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a reply to: TerryMcGuire




And as much as I hate to admit it I agree with Pelosi as well, though not for the same reasons as you due to the fact that I DO think that Trump did and does engage in ''unethical and unscrupulous behavior?"


Can you please tell me what that is. People keep saying it. I would like to see the evidence.



posted on Apr, 22 2019 @ 07:24 PM
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a reply to: highvein

All the evidence you’ll ever need (or will ever get) following:

Orange. Man. Bad.



posted on Apr, 22 2019 @ 07:30 PM
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Actually, I hope the dems try to impeach, and I hope it helps trump win 2020.

I hope trump runs; he has my vote again!


What did you do with the real odzeandennz?

REVEAL YOURSELF!



posted on Apr, 22 2019 @ 08:42 PM
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Unlike his supporters, I'm not even sure he will run again. While he has demonstrated consistency on some issues, he also demonstrates a willy nilly concern on others. For all we know there will be Republican Rino's that will run against him. He may have to go back to the primary debate format that he conquered in 16. But then he was a wild card out of nowhere and his approach of impoliteness caught everyone by surprise. The media flocked to him for that and the rest of the field was dead in the water by the time they realized what had happened to them.

Likewise the Dems of 16 are not the Dems of now or 2020. They have seen what they will face and the element of surprise will be gone. He may just turn and say, '''ah, well I have done what I promised and now I leave it up to you.''Then go off and take over Brietbart or even start his own brand of media outlet that will be assured a financial support from all his supporters.

Counting the Dems as the losers of wild an crazy ideas I think is overblown hyperbole and I for one do not think that they are as stupid as they seem to be letting on. I follow that old adage that was proven with Trump in 16 of don't under estimate the adversary.

As well,the wild field that they have on the road now can be looked at as them being scattered, which is what many conservatives think. But to me it looks that it could be otherwise. In actuality what this may be is a coordinated polling exercise with young white men, old white men, women gays and all kinds of issues, proven politicians and new comers all with a plethora of issues. But within that field of issues are some that are common. Get Trump is at the head of that list and when it comes time to nominate they will not be fighting eqch other but rather putting all their gathered information together to decide who will stand the best chance of beating him. And in the mean time they will have activated a large voting base that just sat out the election of 16



posted on Apr, 22 2019 @ 08:56 PM
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originally posted by: TerryMcGuire
a reply to: LSU2018

Unlike his supporters, I'm not even sure he will run again. While he has demonstrated consistency on some issues, he also demonstrates a willy nilly concern on others. For all we know there will be Republican Rino's that will run against him. He may have to go back to the primary debate format that he conquered in 16. But then he was a wild card out of nowhere and his approach of impoliteness caught everyone by surprise. The media flocked to him for that and the rest of the field was dead in the water by the time they realized what had happened to them.

Likewise the Dems of 16 are not the Dems of now or 2020. They have seen what they will face and the element of surprise will be gone. He may just turn and say, '''ah, well I have done what I promised and now I leave it up to you.''Then go off and take over Brietbart or even start his own brand of media outlet that will be assured a financial support from all his supporters.

Counting the Dems as the losers of wild an crazy ideas I think is overblown hyperbole and I for one do not think that they are as stupid as they seem to be letting on. I follow that old adage that was proven with Trump in 16 of don't under estimate the adversary.

As well,the wild field that they have on the road now can be looked at as them being scattered, which is what many conservatives think. But to me it looks that it could be otherwise. In actuality what this may be is a coordinated polling exercise with young white men, old white men, women gays and all kinds of issues, proven politicians and new comers all with a plethora of issues. But within that field of issues are some that are common. Get Trump is at the head of that list and when it comes time to nominate they will not be fighting eqch other but rather putting all their gathered information together to decide who will stand the best chance of beating him. And in the mean time they will have activated a large voting base that just sat out the election of 16





I disagree. The left have assured Trumps re-election. The Left has been exposed for what they are, especially after the Mueller Report.



posted on Apr, 22 2019 @ 09:13 PM
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originally posted by: TerryMcGuire
a reply to: LSU2018

Unlike his supporters, I'm not even sure he will run again. While he has demonstrated consistency on some issues, he also demonstrates a willy nilly concern on others. For all we know there will be Republican Rino's that will run against him. He may have to go back to the primary debate format that he conquered in 16. But then he was a wild card out of nowhere and his approach of impoliteness caught everyone by surprise. The media flocked to him for that and the rest of the field was dead in the water by the time they realized what had happened to them.

Likewise the Dems of 16 are not the Dems of now or 2020. They have seen what they will face and the element of surprise will be gone. He may just turn and say, '''ah, well I have done what I promised and now I leave it up to you.''Then go off and take over Brietbart or even start his own brand of media outlet that will be assured a financial support from all his supporters.

Counting the Dems as the losers of wild an crazy ideas I think is overblown hyperbole and I for one do not think that they are as stupid as they seem to be letting on. I follow that old adage that was proven with Trump in 16 of don't under estimate the adversary.

As well,the wild field that they have on the road now can be looked at as them being scattered, which is what many conservatives think. But to me it looks that it could be otherwise. In actuality what this may be is a coordinated polling exercise with young white men, old white men, women gays and all kinds of issues, proven politicians and new comers all with a plethora of issues. But within that field of issues are some that are common. Get Trump is at the head of that list and when it comes time to nominate they will not be fighting eqch other but rather putting all their gathered information together to decide who will stand the best chance of beating him. And in the mean time they will have activated a large voting base that just sat out the election of 16




So , are you going to be voting Trump in 2020 ?
Folks voted Trump in 2016 , yet swore before election day they would not.
(Re: all those polls before they election)




posted on Apr, 22 2019 @ 10:06 PM
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The way I look at it;

- Everyone that voted for Trump in 16 will be voting for him in 20. He’s done nothing to lose those votes.

- A good number of the Never Trumpers are on board now and will vote for him in 20.

- Some of the indys who voted for Hil or didn’t vote will go with Trump in 20.

- A small # of moderate Dems May switch to Trump.

- if the Left puts forward a Socialist on the ticket, ballgame. If a moderate survives the primaries, the hard left won’t show up at the polls.

I never take any election for granted, especially with the Left doing their tricks, but this one may be a blowout.



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