Impeachment II

Randy

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As much as I'd like to see Trump hauled in front of a board or into a courtroom I can't help but wonder whether this quest of impeachment is just fanning the flames?
 

TheYorkshireTerrier

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As much as I'd like to see Trump hauled in front of a board or into a courtroom I can't help but wonder whether this quest of impeachment is just fanning the flames?
I think it bodes an issue in the future though if this isn’t worthy of an impeachment then what is?

He may only have less than a week left in charge but that’s one day too many.
 

BoroMart

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I don't see the point of impeachment if it can't be accomplished by 20 Jan.
Because if found guilty by the senate Trump can never hold a position of public office again. If his children are captured in that process that may lead to further legal action and they may be barred from office also. That is before you talk about the morals of ensuring the rule of law and proving that no one is above it.
 

BoroMart

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As much as I'd like to see Trump hauled in front of a board or into a courtroom I can't help but wonder whether this quest of impeachment is just fanning the flames?
Do you think Trump is going to disappear into the mists of time, quietly off playing golf....or will he continue to claim he was robbed and stir up violence and trouble? I think the answer is pretty obvious.

The Republican responses of begging to turn down the heat and let it 'lie' tells me there is a lot more corruption under the surface here. I suspect we will find it out in about a month
 

red_harrington

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So the impeachment trial would continue beyond 20 Jan? In which case I hope they succeed, but we all know his supporters won't be having any of it and will blame it all on a conspiracy to discredit him.
 

BoroMart

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So the impeachment trial would continue beyond 20 Jan? In which case I hope they succeed, but we all know his supporters won't be having any of it and will blame it all on a conspiracy to discredit him.
Some of them are lost, some of them will commit crimes in his name. This is set in stone regardless what happens. BUT, it is the reason why action must occur.
 

SmallTown

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As much as I'd like to see Trump hauled in front of a board or into a courtroom I can't help but wonder whether this quest of impeachment is just fanning the flames?
It could be construed as that yes. However it’s not really fair to say someone is fanning the flames when the person they are going after has poured gasoline on the bonfire first. I’m for it for two reasons: 1 he incited civil unrest and sedition and that led to the deaths of 4 people on the day and 2: impeachment will stop him running in 2024
 
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