The official Impeachment thread.

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The idea that there was a quid pro quo is a construct of the dems who were in a panic to keep their clown car in fuel.
Umm..no, it is a "thing". It's a fact. Trump committed it.

The pieces are mostly a grouping of opinions touted to be truths.
Trump pressured Ukraine to investigate Hunter Biden. That's not an opinion.
Trump linked the needed and approved aid to Ukraine with the announcement of that investigation. That's not an opinion.
Trump issued this requirement more than once. That's not an opinion.

The radical liberal activists didn't succeed in convincing anyone that what they are charging Trump with is a crime.
The Constitution says it is an impeachable offense. A crime is not required.

What they, and the parade of liberal congressional minions, wasted their and our time on was constantly voicing their opinion that Trump is guilty of some vague crime.
Let's see you get a reliable quote wherein any congressperson claims Trump is guilty of a "crime".
 
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You mean, like the quid pro quo crap?
So then, you apparently cannot defend your claims that...

The difference is, Joe used his government position to stop an investigation into a business Hunter worked for. His financials are an important part of what appears to be a "pay for play" cover up.
I somehow figured you wouldn't or couldn't.

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I can only assume that open corruption while mostly getting away with it can be better and more addictive than the best cra'kaine ever?

Ghouliani is meeting with former prosecutor Lutsenko, who in May of this year became the originator of the Ukrainian meddling allegations, and the promiser of dirt on the Bidens, which he never delivered.
 
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Trump’s mental state is deteriorating dangerously due to impeachment with potentially ‘catastrophic outcomes’, psychiatrists urgently warn Congress



Andrew Feinberg
The Independent
December 4, 2019


A group of mental health professionals led by a trio of pre-eminent psychiatrists is urging the House Judiciary Committee to consider Donald Trump‘s “dangerous” mental state arising from his “brittle sense of self-worth” as part of its inquiry into whether to approve articles of impeachment against him.

“We are speaking out at this time because we are convinced that, as the time of possible impeachment approaches, Donald Trump has the real potential to become ever more dangerous, a threat to the safety of our nation,” said Yale Medical School Professor Dr Bandy Lee, George Washington University Professor Dr John Zinner, and former CIA profiler Dr Jerrold Post in a statement which will be sent to House Judiciary Committee members on Thursday.

The statement will be accompanied by a petition with at least 350 signatures from mental health professionals endorsing their conclusions.

All three psychiatrists have said they are willing to testify as part of the impeachment inquiry.

The statement warns that “[f]ailing to monitor or to understand the psychological aspects [of impeachment on Mr Trump], or discounting them, could lead to catastrophic outcomes.”

“[W]e implore Congress to take these danger signs seriously and to constrain his destructive impulses. We and many others are available to give important relevant recommendations as well as to educate the public so that we can maximise our collective safety,” the psychiatrists write.

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Trump’s mental state is deteriorating dangerously due to impeachment with potentially ‘catastrophic outcomes’, psychiatrists urgently warn Congress
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