The Impeachment Thread

Weezer

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Plenty of hypocrisy on both sides. Personally, I don't want to see Trump reelected. The problem with that is there's no candidate on the left I want to see elected. I think the country loses no matter what. Times like this is why I'm glad I don't have kids. I don't have to worry about them inheriting this damn mess.
 

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Nope. I take it at face value as presented with what reads to me as the standard qualifying footnote at the bottom. It’s the best written log they could provide based on what they heard. If you have any actual information, real data, stating otherwise let’s see it.

So you admit it is not complete. It does not tell us everything that was said.

This is like instant replay of a touchdown and asking the refs to decide whether there was a real touchdown based on what fans of the scoring team say they saw rather than based on the tape.
 

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So you admit it is not complete. It does not tell us everything that was said.

This is like instant replay of a touchdown and asking the refs to decide whether there was a real touchdown based on what fans of the scoring team say they saw rather than based on the tape.
Probably offered Zelensky two scoops of chocolate ice cream while everyone else would only receive one scoop of vanilla.
 

n_huffhines

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And if someone did you all would be good with it.

I remember when it used to be racist to simply disagree on policy
Did you have a head injury? You can't stay on topic.

Topic: Dems are thinking about impeaching Trump.

Jussie: They want to remove him violently

Topic: This is not a violent method.

Jussie: I remember when it used to be racist to simply disagree on policy.
 

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What do you mean "proof of implications"? We're just guessing. What I'm saying is the use of "recollections" gives them a lot of wiggle room. IDK what the reality is. IDK if their "transcript" is a 99% match or a 70% match with the real convo. What I do know is that you cannot be certain at all that there were no recent amendments, and you seem to be very certain.
And I disagree. I believe it to be as I stated. And you’re still trying to imply that the transcript was manipulated with no basis to point to supporting it.

I’m not guessing. I’m taking the transcript as printed with what reads to me as a standard caveat statement at the bottom.
 

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Given the reaction to the "transcript," from both Dems and from some GOPers, might Donny change his mind and come up with a reason to hang on to the complaint? Reports are that he is surprised he does not have the power to just end this impeachment talk. The look of worry on GOPers faces is pronounced today. Graham sounds like a shrill hillbilly, which suggests to me that he is also worried about what is coming next.

And Rudy needs to lawyer up. The old saying that a lawyer that represents himself has a fool for a client is an enormous understatement in this situation. Rudy just puts more nails in the coffin every time he speaks.
 

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