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originally posted by: tinner07
Today I watched the hearings and the republicans got their ass handed too them.
For the most part they just did a rant and rave, jim jordan,
but what questions the counsel asked did not get the answer he wanted.
Just my take on the hearings...
Nunes is an idiot...
and a liar.
originally posted by: ManBehindTheMask
How in the sweet hell, can you possibly deduce that from what transpired today?
Did you totally miss the Hunter Biden questions by the repubs or did you just watch the Dems?????
originally posted by: burdman30ott6
a reply to: Sillyolme
NPR's latest polls paint a different picture. Looks like everyone's minds are made up and this impeachment nonsense won't impact the 2020 votes at all...
You're going to lose this fight, Silly... a position you seem entrenched in since 2016, so at least you should feel right at home.
… Nunes appeared to believe that Sondland’s testimony would support the president’s cause. He was in for a rude awakening moments later when Sondland gave his own opening statement, which said in no uncertain terms that Trump was not concerned with corruption in Ukraine, as the president and some of his defenders have claimed, but with Volodymyr Zelensky publicly announcing probes into the Bidens and a conspiracy theory about the 2016 election—regardless of whether or not they actually carried out those investigations. Sondland also laid waste to Trump’s “no quid pro quo” claims, making it clear that Congressionally-approved military aid to Ukraine and a White House visit for Zelensky would be contingent on the investigations Trump and Giuliani were seeking. “We were playing the hand we were dealt,” Sondland said of himself and others who helped do Trump’s dirty work in Ukraine. “We had no desire to set any conditions on the Ukrainians.”