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I think not getting Trump impeached is the very least of their problems at this point.
FredHayek wrote: I think the Democrats realize they will not get a impeachment against President Trump until they take back the House in 2018. And then it will be unlikely that the Republican Senate would impeach Donald. And keen election observers doubt the Democrats can take back the Senate in 2018...and even if they do, it will just put VP Pence into the White House. Just wait for 2020. Trump might not even win the Republican primary. Revenge is best served cold?
Rick, you have to realize that this investigation is international, and it's huge. It involves hundreds of people and takes coordinating law enforcement and evidence gathering from all over the world. This case will take years, if not decades to complete after all is said and done with trials and appeals. There's no "grasping on last hope", this thing is still rolling full steam ahead. Quietly. Professionally.
Rick wrote: So now that there still isn't any evidence that Trump colluded with Russia, the worthless media is now grasping on to that last hope of "obstruction of justice".
Is there more (or any) evidence that Trump obstructed justice or is there more (or any) evidence that the obstruction of justice came from people in the FBI, DOJ, and or the Clinton campaign? Do you understand what obstruction of justice means?
List the facts given to you from your most reliable and respected sources.
Sarah Smith @SLSmith000
22 Jan 2018
1/ Sedition Timeline - This thread chronologically reviews Trump and his campaign’s crimes against the United States.https://twitter.com/SLSmith000/status/955396567464374272
I'm sorry, but if you're innocent you don't start threatening to take out those investigating you.
But Trump — who trusts no one, or at least no one for long — has now decided that he must have an alternative strategy that does not involve having Justice Department officials fire Mueller.
Instead, as is now becoming plain, the Trump strategy is to discredit the investigation and the FBI without officially removing the leadership. Trump is even talking to friends about the possibility of asking Attorney General Jeff Sessions to consider prosecuting Mueller and his team.
Team Trump Just Blew Its Cover
Claire McCaskill Verified account @clairecmc
30 Jan 2018
House passed 419-3 on July 25, 2017
Senate passed 98-3 on July 27, 2017
Trump signed on Aug 2, 2017
Trump ignores and violates our Constitution on January 30, 2018https://twitter.com/clairecmc/status/958334636043751424
"We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the courts, not to overthrow the Constitution but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution."
Yesterday, after months of slippage, Team Trump finally blew its cover, exposing that it possesses a strange and unsettling fealty to the Kremlin for which there is no longer any benign explanation. Any one of yesterday’s bombshell developments would overtake the news cycle for weeks in any normal White House, yet this administration is anything but normal.
Counterchekist @counterchekist Jan 24
I don’t care about politics/parties. When the security & survival of the Republic is at stake, the gloves are off. Some sides/ideologies are more guilty than others for #KremlinGate. But if you want to save this country, drop partisan considerations and fight for it as Americans.
GOP’s day of reckoning will come. But it wasn’t long ago that it was the left helping RIS discredit USIC via Comrade Snowden. My point is: traitors are simply traitors. Their party & ideology doesn’t matter once they become enemies of the Republic.
FYI: All in, the number of people facing criminal investigation by Mueller’s team & FBI over #KremlinGate is higher than 270. This will play out in phases over a few years, but tRUmp & Co are up first.
The 270 people connected to the Russia probes