• They keep saying they want to impeach him. I know someone at Choozler who loves to put Trump down constantly. I am not ashamed to say I voted for Trump.
    • Wakko
      I'm ashamed to say I wasted my vote on an independent. NEVER AGAIN! TRUMP 2020!!!
    • Rick Myres
      I don't vote for independents myself.
    • Rick Myres
      For some reason when I click to give you a thumbs up it just goes dark. Maybe it will show up sometime.
    • Wakko
      I pretty much give everyone a TU for answers to my questions no matter what they say. Some show, some don't. I think most know by now how buggy the thumbing feature is. No worries, my email tells me you like it. :)
    • Rick Myres
      It did show up oh good.
    • Wakko
      Rick, is AB your baby now? If you want, you can email me the answer.
    • Rick Myres
      Lol I don't have any babies. But don't you think you need my email in your email address book ? I know for many years that Yahoo will mark it as spam and or send it to their drafts folder.
    • Wakko
      Got it! :) Shoot me a kite anytime.
  • Absolutely nothing.
  • Nothing, or they'd have done it by now. And this is a very slippery slope we're on! Remember Watergate!
    • Archie Bunker
      They don't care. They'll push us all off a cliff if it meant nailing Trump.
  • I'm holding my breath for that one. But that's not gonna stop the libtards from trying anyway.
  • NONE...
  • Brad Sherman tried to have the President impeached for obstruction in July 2017 (HRes438). The motion went nowhere so far. In November of 2017, Steve Cohen introduced HRes621 moving to impeach the President for obstruction and emoluments, and was defeated by a vote of 364-58. A month later, HRes646 was introduced by Al Green for what I'll paraphrase as "hate crimes," and it was defeated 364-58. Since the democrats took the lower chamber of congress, no motions to impeach have (as of today, 27 Mar 2019) been introduced. About 35% of Americans are "for impeachment" and 50% against. The grounds for impeachment not being specified in the poll. As for "proven offenses," that's not how impeachment works. Impeachment is like a trial. First, someone has to allege a crime, then there has to be an investigation. If the investigation turns up enough evidence that a proceeding is justified, there is an impeachment. During the impeachment, the evidence is all presented to congress by both sides of the argument, and then, congress decides whether or not there is a "preponderance of evidence" of wrongdoing to remove the person from public office. Nothing is ever "proven." Just like, in a criminal trial, there is an allegation, investigation, trial, and then a jury (or judge in some cases) decides based on a different standard of evidence called "beyond a reasonable doubt." Now, that said, I don't personally know of anything the President has done to warrant removal from office. The only thing that is currently being flung around is this obstruction of justice charge that keeps coming up because Trump doesn't want to be investigated and isn't generally cooperative with investigators nor with his political opponents. Obstruction is a crime, but I really don't think congress would determine these cases to be bad enough to warrant removal from office. As for impeachment, I really think that's more or less likely to happen based off of how many congresspeople Trump pisses off or not. Keep in mind that Bill Clinton was impeached for lying under oath about an extramarital affair with an intern, and congress didn't remove him from office. Is lying under oath not more serious a crime than obstructing an investigation?
  • none that i know of

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