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Gungy asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 8 months ago

YEP...SCHIFF/NADLER has overwhelming evidence -> multiple layers of mere heresay, guesses, speculations and biased personal opinions, yep?

---> TOO BAD THAT none of it would even be accepted in your local traffic court.

It didn't even need two heavily experienced SCOTUS skilled attorneys to make the dems look like blithering fools.

6 Answers

  • 8 months ago

    Keep in mind that in an impeachment proceeding, the House essentially performs the functions of a grand jury. An impeachment is similar to an indictment. The House had more than sufficient evidence on which to impeach Trump.  

    One of the Articles of Impeachment is Obstruction of Congress.  The Senators and the American public should see and hear, at the trial, the relevant witnesses and documents that Trump blocked. 

  • 8 months ago

    They are asking that first-hand witnesses and documents (texts, emails) be admitted. Quite the opposite of 'hearsay, guesses, speculations and biased personal opinions'.

    What's funny to me is that conservatives were screeching at the top of their lungs that Trump wasn't getting due process during the House inquiry because he wasn't allowed to bring forth witnesses or submit evidence (as it would typically go since their function is like a grand jury), but now plan to conduct a trial without witnesses or evidence allowed. Republicans are a joke and an affront to the intelligence of Americans.

  • 8 months ago

    Already a 70% public approval that witnesses and documents should be used in the Senate trial.

    Schiff made the Trump defense team look like idiots yesterday.

    I can only imagine that 70% public opinion will rise dramatically after Schiff's brilliant performance.

  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    The democrat's shiit-show is falling apart at the seams.

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  • 8 months ago

    You should cross examine John Bolton then. It’s just hearsay (not heresay).

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