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originally posted by: Tarzan the apeman.
a reply to: xuenchen
What a turd. He is reading the answers to the questions they are asking from his sheets. He is like going through his sheets ………..oh here I will repeat this again for the answer to this question because I still don't know what the evidence for obstruction is but by golly I know its there and we are going to get to the bottom of this.
originally posted by: PilSungMtnMan
a reply to: DanDanDat
On what crime? No criminal referrals made, unlike Clinton impeachment.
With what underlying crime? There was no collusion.
With what risks?
1) if the charge is obstruction in a fake investigation then the Right will be able to open the door on “why” the investigation began. That would be the 3rd entity to investigate the investigators.
2) nothing happening in Senate but more evidence found on Obama DOJ/Intel bad deeds.
This will be fun. Left = Lord of the Flies
Democrats control 235 of the House’s 435 seats. It would probably take 218 votes to approve an article of impeachment. Thirty-one Democrats elected in 2018 represent districts that Trump won in 2016, and Republicans see several more Democratic seats as vulnerable. Most of the incumbents with potentially tight races have been clear that the public wants to hear about economics, health care, immigrant and other issues that impact their day to day lives — not impeachment.