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Journalist Explains Why Dems Should Skip Trump Impeachment - and Destroy Him Another Way


US Politics & Gov't  (tags: tRump regime, corruption, scandals, crime, abuse of power )

Freya
- 8 days ago - alternet.org
The author points out Trump and his family are under multiple investigations that could cripple him at the polls and that, while going through the motions of impeachment might feel good, it might help the president out.



   

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Animae C (507)
Wednesday March 13, 2019, 4:41 pm
i read what Nancy Pelosi said, she's got a good point!!

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Thanx Freya
 

Marco C (31)
Thursday March 14, 2019, 5:18 am
Yup, let the Republicans clean up their own mess. The rest of the country is going to move on and leave the extremist self serving minority of bullying privilege behind.

Money and privilege by itself does not engender respect or represent virtue, high morals or model ethical behavior. So here is the message for them: Play by yourself, enjoy irrelevance and isolation, all alone with only malignant pathology to keep company with. As for the cowards who were purchased, too weak to stand up for god and country, that have taken on the cloak of betrayal in Congress, they will wither on the vine of public opinion once the truth becomes evident.

Good bye and good riddance and take the disgrace and shame which has been worked so hard for to acquire. The rest of us are moving on to a promising future filled with rewarding and satisfying endeavor where we all contribute and enjoy the advancement in fulfilling human potential.
 
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