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Fatass simply has no impulse control.  He is demented and working hard to get impeached.  Again.

 

 

 


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no need to do anything.  pres demented criminal will just keep doing impeachable shit.  


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16 minutes ago, 212frawk said:

no need to do anything.  pres demented criminal will just keep doing impeachable shit.  

Impeachable?  In today's environment, sure.  Conviction?  Dream on.

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1 minute ago, Thebowflexbody said:

Impeachable?  In today's environment, sure.  Conviction?  Dream on.

probably so.  doesnt make what he is doing any less criminal.  the entire prosecuting team quit in protest ffs.  there is no bottom. 

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Donald is a nice, decent, honest, hardworking man, often misunderstood and frequently misquoted.  He gave up his lucrative life to serve the country, which is its own reward. For absolutely no remuneration whatsoever, mind you. He wants what's best for each and every one of his loyal supporters.

 

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REPORTER: “What lesson did you learn from impeachment?"
TRUMP: "That the Democrats are crooked, they've got a lot of crooked things going, that they're vicious, that they should not have brought impeachment, and that my poll numbers are ten points higher because of fake news like NBC which reports the news very inaccurately, probably more inaccurately than CNN if that’s possible, MSDNC.”


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Here's a establishment/globalist(and likley left-leaning as well) publication that still tells the undeniable truth about the results of this impeachment.  Being TDSers came after me viciously today on a non-partisan issue, maybe I'll lend aid to their usual opponents, while still remaining truthful and civil, unlike them. Although this rag starts with the same tired narrative, it eventually touches on what I posted about earlier today and why Biden may be done.  I highlighted portions for the "tldr" member. (of course a thinking person could suspect this is what the DNC wanted, smearing Trump and giving either a seemingly less dirty Bloomberg, or a socialist the nomination...you can decide for yourselves, but either way it kills any reason to be giddy about impeachment)

 

Impeachment Hurt Somebody. It Wasn’t Trump.

In the end, the president succeeded in doing precisely what he wanted in the first place: tarring a leading Democratic rival.

FEBRUARY 6, 2020
 
Professor of journalism at the City University of New York
Joe BidenSAUL LOEB / GETTY / ARSH RAZIUDDIN / THE ATLANTIC  

The impeachment struggle is now over. Historians may one day vindicate Democrats for exposing Donald Trump’s abuse of power. But as of now, they have lost. Not only will Trump remain president, and not only does he appear stronger politically than before the impeachment battle began, but he has succeeded in doing precisely what he wanted in the first place: He tarred Joe Biden, who last year looked like Trump’s most formidable Democratic rival, with the kind of vague suspicion of wrongdoing that presidential candidates can’t easily shake.

 
 

When Trump called Volodymyr Zelensky on July 25, he was trying to pressure the Ukrainian president into investigating Biden. Biden’s son Hunter had served on the board of Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian gas company. Trump saw an opportunity to create an aura of corruption around the former vice president and threatened to withhold military aid to Ukraine unless Zelensky announced an investigation. Whether the investigation occurred or not was immaterial; Trump just wanted the announcement. But when a U.S. government staffer exposed the call, Trump was forced to release the aid—and the impeachment drive began.

 

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Yet, ironically, the impeachment effort and the Republican counterattack against it have largely accomplished Trump’s goal. By keeping Hunter Biden’s business dealings in Ukraine in the news, they have turned them into a rough analogue to Hillary Clinton’s missing emails in 2016—a pseudo-scandal that undermines a leading Democratic candidate’s reputation for honesty. The Trump campaign and the Republican National Committee last fall launched a $10 million advertising blitz aimed at convincing Americans that Joe Biden’s behavior toward Ukraine was corrupt. After Trump’s lawyers devoted much of their energy in the Senate impeachment trial to demanding that Biden be investigated for corruption, Republican Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming crowed that the attacks would be politically “harmful” to the former vice president “in November if he’s the nominee and I think even in terms of getting the nomination.”

 

Barrasso was right. Although Trump and his allies have proved no wrongdoing, the Ukraine story, according to an October Investor’s Business Daily poll, made 23 percent of Americans less likely to vote for Biden, and only 8 percent more likely to vote for him. A Hill-HarrisX poll that same month found that 54 percent of independents—and even 40 percent of Democrats—considered “Hunter Biden’s business dealings in Ukraine an important campaign issue that should be discussed.”

Biden’s extremely defensive response to the story has made matters worse. When a Fox News reporter asked the former vice president about his son’s work in Ukraine in September, Biden lectured, “Ask the right question.” In December, after Biden called an Iowa man a “damn liar” for raising the issue, Politico noted, “Biden has two methods of responding to questions about his son’s controversial business dealings in Ukraine: denial and anger. But so far, Biden doesn’t have a clear and cogent message—and Iowa voters are starting to take notice.” On caucus day itself, when NBC’s Savannah Guthrie asked about Hunter’s work in Ukraine, Biden snapped, “You don’t know what you’re talking about.”

 

Biden has plenty of other weaknesses. But the Ukraine story is likely one reason that, according to a January Quinnipiac poll, he trails Bernie Sanders by nine points on the question of which Democratic presidential candidate is most honest. Since entering the race, Biden has generally performed better than his leading rivals in head-to-head polls against Donald Trump. But there’s evidence that over the course of last year, the pre-impeachment advantage Biden enjoyed in key swing states eroded.

Read: What Joe Biden can’t bring himself to say

Amazingly, impeachment appears to have hurt Biden more than Trump. Since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi initiated the impeachment inquiry on September 24, Trump’s approval rating has generally risen. It stood at 40 percent in the first Gallup poll after Pelosi’s announcement. In Gallup’s latest survey, Trump stands at 49 percent. According to RealClearPolitics’ polling average, Trump’s rating dropped a bit during the first month of the impeachment fight but has climbed ever since, and is now almost 45 percent—nearly as high as it has been during his entire presidency. As Aaron Blake has pointed out in The Washington Post, Trump has also seen a spike in the intensity of his support, while the intensity of public opposition has declined. Since late October, according to a recent Washington Post–ABC News poll, the percentage of Americans who strongly approve of Trump’s job performance has jumped five points, while the percentage who strongly disapprove has fallen eight points.

 
 
 

This spike in intensity is also reflected in fundraising. The Democratic National Committee raised roughly the same amount in May through August—the four months preceding the impeachment inquiry—as it did in September through December. (Figures are not yet available for January.) The Republican National Committee’s haul, meanwhile, grew during that span by almost $25 million. Combine the RNC’s fundraising with the Trump reelection campaign’s fundraising, and you see similar post-impeachment growth: from $105 million in the second quarter of 2019 to $125 million in the third quarter—when the impeachment inquiry began—to $154 million in the fourth quarter, during which the House voted to impeach. The leading Democratic presidential candidates, by contrast—with the exception of Sanders—did not see consistent fundraising growth during that period. Pete Buttigieg raised more money in the second quarter, before the impeachment inquiry began, than he did in the third quarter, once it got under way. So did Joe Biden. Elizabeth Warren saw her fundraising dip in the fourth quarter, as the House impeachment inquiry reached its climax.

 

Nancy Pelosi may have foreseen this outcome. Last March, she said Democrats should avoid impeachment “unless there’s something so compelling and overwhelming and bipartisan” that it couldn’t be ignored. But her criteria conflated evidentiary standards with political ones. The case for impeaching Trump over Ukraine has proved “compelling and overwhelming.” But it has not proved “bipartisan,” because congressional Republicans care less about weighing evidence than displaying their allegiance to Trump.

Pelosi and her fellow Democrats have behaved honorably. Politically, however, they are facing the very backlash that she feared a partisan impeachment might spark. They have energized Trump’s supporters without similarly energizing their own. The backlash isn’t nearly as widespread as Republicans faced when they tried to impeach Bill Clinton. But given how desperately Democrats want Trump to lose—and how small a margin of victory they have—this backlash is frightening enough. And Joe Biden may be its first victim.

We want to hear what you think about this article. Submit a letter to the editor or write to letters@theatlantic.com.

 
 
 
 
 

PETER BEINART is a contributing writer at The Atlantic and a professor of journalism and political science at the City University of New York.

https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/02/impeachment-gave-trump-exactly-what-he-wanted/606172/

 

 


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tl;dr


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30 minutes ago, HipKat said:

tl;dr

even if true, that's fine, it was meant for others who want to learn and the important parts were highlighted so that a minute or 2 is all that was necessary.  The narrative of impeachment as anything but a loss of Democrats is silenced by a leftist publication.  :beer:


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7 hours ago, StraightJ said:

even if true, that's fine, it was meant for others who want to learn and the important parts were highlighted so that a minute or 2 is all that was necessary.  The narrative of impeachment as anything but a loss of Democrats is silenced by a leftist publication.  :beer:

Just like everything else, especially with Trump, it will fall far off the horizon. For example, Caravans, the Wall, the Mueller Report, et al. The impeachment is already starting to fade to black and Trump can blame himself when he just keeps the controversies piling up. By November, it'll barely be mentioned


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A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

Seek help. soflabillsfan

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6 minutes ago, 212frawk said:

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We got this straight yet?

I'm shocked!

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“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

Seek help. soflabillsfan

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POLL: Majority of Americans Oppose New Impeachment Push

 

The overwhelming majority of voters want to move on from impeachment and view the Democrats’ failed attempt to remove President Donald J. Trump from office as a boon to his 2020 campaign, according to a Rasmussen Report.
Sixty-two percent of likely voters believe “Democrats in Congress should now focus on other issues” while 32 percent believe they should continue their partisan impeachment.

Even amongst Democrat voters, impeachment fails to garner over 50 percent support. Only 48 percent want the House to “continue their efforts to remove Trump” while 43 percent oppose.

And nearly 80 percent of Republicans want to look past impeachment.

Perhaps most auspicious for President Trump’s 2020 campaign is the fact that 70 percent of Independents are saying “no more” to a renewed impeachment push.

Americans understand the cost of the process: delaying crucial legislation on the opioid epidemic, skyrocketing prescription drugs costs, and the broader America First agenda in exchange for a tax payer funded show trial.

The fallout from impeachment bodes equally poor for Democrats.

Fifty-five percent of all likely voters believe the attempt to remove President Trump from office has “made him stronger politically.”

Despite Democrats’ insistence he’s a ‘clear and present danger,’ only 16 percent of voters feel impeachment weakened President Trump’s 2020 election prospects, and 23 percent believe it had zero impact.

Majorities across all party affiliation – 73 percent of Republicans, 56 percent of Independents, and 40 percent of Democrats – view impeachment as an asset.

If President Trump’s phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was supposed to be the smoking gun for Democrats four year long crusade to eliminate President Trump from the 2020 race (in addition to countless other “bombshells” that never seem to materialize) they failed miserably; only 22 percent of their party says impeachment weakened him, and 32 percent feel it had no impact.

 


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