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originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: UKTruth
The damn has already broken.
Its not happening like in your dreams.
If there was ANY information that would actually put any of the dems in jail they would already be there. Come on... how long are you going to let him string you along?
originally posted by: DBCowboy
How could the democrats even hope to conduct an open impeachment without bringing this info into the light?
originally posted by: carewemust
originally posted by: Maverick1
This is some pretty deep stuff, friend. It's a little mind-blowing really.
Such damned corruption, it's sickening.
That's what President Trump said today. The corruption is global in scale and worse than anyone imagined. Sounds like the President is getting feedback from his DOJ, as investigators go from country-to-country for briefings and documents.
so not only will it not go anywhere but were using it to raise reccord amounts of money for the RNC from same article
In a new campaign video on Facebook, Senate Majority Mitch McConnell pitches himself as the man who can end the House's impeachment inquiry, a sign of how the chief Republican in the chamber might handle an impeachment trial should the House pass articles charging President Donald Trump with crimes. "Nancy Pelosi is in the clutches of a left-wing mob," McConnell says directly to a camera. "They've finally convinced her to impeach the President. All of you know your Constitution. The way that impeachment stops is a Senate majority, with me as majority leader." "But I need your help," he adds. "Please contribute before the deadline."
so hey keep it up its keeping us nice and motivated for 2020 our war chests full and morale high
Michael Duncan, a McConnell digital campaign consultant, told CNN that he's been impressed by the return on impeachment-focused advertising. "Clearly the issue of impeachment has excited our base across the Republican Party," said Duncan. In September, McConnell's pre-impeachment Facebook ads focused on the majority leader's most enduring accomplishments: confirming scores of conservative judges and pushing through two Supreme Court justices — Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh — during the Trump presidency. Many of the ads touted a new "I stand with Kavanaugh" bumper sticker. GOP again uses nuclear option to speed Trump nominees through Senate GOP again uses nuclear option to speed Trump nominees through Senate "No issue has motivated Republicans donors like this since Kavanaugh," Duncan said.