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Who are the three arepublicans voting for impeachment?
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Jan 13, 2021 15:57:26   #
Carol Kelly
 
Does anyone know who they are and three more said they’ll vote yea. We must know who they are.

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Jan 13, 2021 16:00:32   #
Carol Kelly
 
Carol Kelly wrote:
Does anyone know who they are and three more said they’ll vote yea. We must know who they are.


Mow it’s 4 Republicans voting yea for impeachment.

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Jan 13, 2021 16:00:49   #
LogicallyRight Loc: Chicago
 
We'll find out and they will be voted out in primaries in two years.

Logically Right

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Jan 13, 2021 16:01:25   #
Carol Kelly
 
Carol Kelly wrote:
Mow it’s 4 Republicans voting yea for impeachment.

Unless some Democrats vote no, it’s a done deal.

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Jan 13, 2021 16:01:55   #
Liberty Tree
 
Carol Kelly wrote:
Mow it’s 4 Republicans voting yea for impeachment.


From blue states, they may be gone in 2022.

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Jan 13, 2021 16:04:47   #
woodguru
 
Carol Kelly wrote:
Does anyone know who they are and three more said they’ll vote yea. We must know who they are.


You'll see, it's not a secret vote...what, you want to know beforehand so they can be threatened?

Hate to break it to you, it's said to be more like 20, and that is a dam that could be breaking, McConnell could bring 2/3rds to the senate for a quickie that ends this dumping of trump.

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Jan 13, 2021 16:05:06   #
Liberty Tree
 
Carol Kelly wrote:
Unless some Democrats vote no, it’s a done deal.


Will not get a conviction in the Senate. By the time the Senate can schedule a trial Trump will be a private citizen and a trial would probably be unconstitutional.

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Jan 13, 2021 16:08:29   #
Carol Kelly
 
Liberty Tree wrote:
Will not get a conviction in the Senate. By the time the Senate can schedule a trial Trump will be a private citizen and a trial would probably be unconstitutional.


Not probably. They’ve been pointing out that if what Trump did was impeachable, the capitol would be empty. Now 6 Republicans. Of course McConnell will vote yes. It was freedom of speech and apparently your average citizens are not the only ones who have lost freedom of speech.

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Jan 13, 2021 16:09:22   #
Carol Kelly
 
Dershowitz says Trump has done nothing unConstitutional.

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Jan 13, 2021 16:11:30   #
Carol Kelly
 
Now 7 Republicans have voted yes for impeachment. I want to know the names of everyone who votes for impeachment...House and Senate.

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Jan 13, 2021 16:13:38   #
woodguru
 
Liberty Tree wrote:
Will not get a conviction in the Senate. By the time the Senate can schedule a trial Trump will be a private citizen and a trial would probably be unconstitutional.


An impeachment is not really a trial, a vote can happen without hearings and evidence just like McConnell did a speed version the first time. This impeachment could easily be judged and voted on on the basis of the things trump said and did in public, it is not a court of law, they need no proof to decide it justifies an impeachment.

As a civilian it will proceed, an impeachment has ramifications and consequences such as stripping him of the government funded perks of an ex president, preventing him from ever running for any office, preventing him from ever getting any government contract...and then there would be the potential for federal criminal charges such as sedition or obstruction, neither of which would any pardon protect him from as impeachment negates a pardon.

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Jan 13, 2021 16:18:12   #
Liberty Tree
 
woodguru wrote:
An impeachment is not really a trial, a vote can happen without hearings and evidence just like McConnell did a speed version the first time. This impeachment could easily be judged and voted on on the basis of the things trump said and did in public, it is not a court of law, they need no proof to decide it justifies an impeachment.

As a civilian it will proceed, an impeachment has ramifications and consequences such as stripping him of the government funded perks of an ex president, preventing him from ever running for any office, preventing him from ever getting any government contract...and then there would be the potential for federal criminal charges such as sedition or obstruction, neither of which would any pardon protect him from as impeachment negates a pardon.
An impeachment is not really a trial, a vote can h... (show quote)


The is no law allowing conviction of a private citizen based on an impeachment.

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Jan 13, 2021 16:26:17   #
The Ms.
 
Carol Kelly wrote:
Does anyone know who they are and three more said they’ll vote yea. We must know who they are.


McConnell is one of them, guess Romney is second..... need to start the Maga Party!!!!!

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Jan 13, 2021 16:33:35   #
Carol Kelly
 
Liberty Tree wrote:
The is no law allowing conviction of a private citizen based on an impeachment.


What if they change him with the equivalent of war crimes since they can’t actually use war crimes because he’s started no wars, only made peace. What would be equivalent be. I was happy to learn on OPP that he has his own private security, otherwise I’d be worried about assassination or next week, Murder!

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Jan 13, 2021 16:35:45   #
Carol Kelly
 
The Ms. wrote:
McConnell is one of them, guess Romney is second..... need to start the Maga Party!!!!!


Yes and it will be interesting to learn who all the RINOS are, won’t it?

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