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Sat Jun 1, 2019, 08:14 AM

"An ironclad case"...describe it. [View all]

Pelosi’s saying we shouldn’t proceed without an ironclad case that will cause Republicans to wake up. Sounds a lot like the “epiphany” talk from a certain candidate to me. So, posters who think she’s right about this, what ironclad case do you see that could result in Republicans voting for impeachment?

If you don’t think such a case exists, then why shouldn’t Democrats do the right thing and hold Trump accountable for his wrong doings? (And I’ve heard the “he’ll play the victim” stuff...but he’s been doing that anyway so whatever)

As far as I’m can see, there is no case that would cause Republicans to wake up and realize they’ve been backing a madman. I think they’re completely aware of it and OK with it.

I don’t want to hear our elected representatives on TV or in statements or whatever going on and on about how bad this guy is if they aren’t going to use the power they have to do something about it. If you think he’s done impeachable things, then act on it.

If lying about a blowjob ends in impeachment...how much more should Trumps actions?

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