The official Impeachment thread.

Nov 2018
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Asking for a favor "without quid pro quo" does not rise to the level of impeachment.
That is an opinion; not a fact.

Republicans asking for equal accesses is absurd?
Select Republicans are on the House Intelligence Committee. Non-members of the committee (both R and D) have been excluded per House rules.
As it stands, the Senate will not remove Trump on the highly ambiguous evidence.
Probably. However, all Trump apologists should be concerned with the fall-out from an investigation.
Wasn't Trump's phone call primarily about corruption in the Ukraine?
That is a subjective assessment (how do you define "primarily"). However, assume that his only concern was Ukraine corruption. The question then is WHY? Why was he so concerned with corruption in Ukraine, of all the countries that the US helps with foreign military aid? What is the evidence that his Ukraine call was just part of a routine concern about corruption around the world?



 
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Was Vindman expressing his opinion? Could another person express a different opinion? If so, when did opinion replace fact.
:lol:
it's very interesting watching your narrative evolve as more and more facts become clear

first you claim no one with first-hand information of the call has said there was quid pro quo
now it's "well that's just like......his opinion... man"
 
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No. Hill's and Vindman's just released testimony should finally drive the last nail into the lid of that coffin of fiction.
Trump's phone call was a congratulatory phone call that included perceived corruption on the part of the Biden's. The use of Biden's power as vice-president to procure a highly lucrative job for his son, which is a malfeasance of office.
 
Dec 2012
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:lol:
it's very interesting watching your narrative evolve as more and more facts become clear

first you claim no one with first-hand information of the call has said there was quid pro quo
now it's "well that's just like......his opinion... man"
No, I said the whistleblower was using secondhand knowledge (water-cooler gossip). Well, wasn't it his opinion? Could another person hearing the same call derive a different opinion?
 

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Trump's phone call was a congratulatory phone call that included perceived corruption on the part of the Biden's. The use of Biden's power as vice-president to procure a highly lucrative job for his son, which is a malfeasance of office.
Well, that's what Trump wants you to believe anyway. But think about it.