- Nov 2005
Apples and freakin' oranges.The Trump impeachment movement started out with the election of Donald Trump over the heated objections of senior officials in the justice department. Now all they needed was something to charge him with.
The above is your speculation. Worse, it's a profoundly bad speculation as it should be constitutional duty to charge a president with an impeachable offense when they commit an impeachable offense.
What I stated regarding Clinton is documented. The investigation started on WhiteWater YEARS before they even started thinking of drafting up impeachment on lying about a blowjob.
This is meaningless.First they obtained the fake Steele Dossier from the Clinton Campain/DNC ...
You're basically trying to conflate one party digging up dirty on the opposing party's sitting president with a long-term impeachment attempt.
No. Apples and freakin' oranges.
ROFLMAO!After years of investigation, the best they could come up with was the incredibly lame, "well, he's still not exonerated."
No. That's not "the best" that happened.
Longtime Trump associate Roger Stone is the latest to be sentenced.
For the life of me comments like yours scream out how badly dysfunctional Trump supporters are these days.
All you are doing is looking at the situation from the very narrow scope of whether or not Trump was impeached out of it.
You completely ignore all the dirt that was uncovered. Ignore the indictments and convictions that came out of it.
If the request were truly about investigating whether corruption took place, we wouldn't be having this conversation.Then the incredibly silly hurry up and wait impeachment over what?
Not taking a White House meeting with someone?
Asking a Ukrainian to investigate corruption that took place in Ukraine?
The reality is that Trump used his office to illegally withhold funds in order to coerce a foreign power to investigate specifically his political rival.
That is the definition of corruption.