In what was a foregone conclusion, the sore loser Democraps voted to impeach.

Polls for the President are soaring, as anyone with more than two brain cells to rub together (which of course is two more than the average Dem politician) saw this coming. Saw it for what it is, and always will be.

In Aust its a given sentiment, the US system is corrupt, Washington is corrupt, the Dems are corrupt, your entire political system is rotten to the core.

Impeachment talks started the day the President was inaugurated. Thats what the Dems have been aiming for from day one.

But this is the reality. This is what is coming in 2020.

Fuck ’em.

The end.


Well well…what have we here

Though the House adopted two articles of impeachment charging Trump with abuse of power and obstruction of congressional investigations

, it must pass a second resolution formally naming impeachment managers to present the case in the Senate. That second vehicle triggers the official transmission of articles to the Senate.

By delaying passage of that resolution, Pelosi and top Democrats retain control of the articles and hope to put pressure on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to adopt trial procedures they consider bipartisan.

Two chances..none and Buckleys. The longer they stall a Senate session, the weaker their case will get

McConnell has boasted that he has closely coordinated the planning of the trial with the White House and has repeatedly predicted Trump would be acquitted. He’s also suggested Democrats shouldn’t be allowed to call new witnesses as they attempt to present their case. The White House lashed out at the move. “House Democrats have run a fatally flawed process with fake facts, and now they want to deny the President his day in court with another procedural maneuver that proves anew they have no case,” said Eric Ueland, Trump’s top congressional liaison to Congress.

What do you call a case where the plaintiff refuses to face a court?

Answer: Bullshit.

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