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Public impeachment hearings!


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Afterthought 2: It seems that the Trumpets defense essentially and by their only recourse had to embrace conspiracy and specifically that of a deep state because otherwise the buck stops at the President. This defensive position feels ironic in that the President says he is stonewalling to protect the presidency and future presidents, but by embracing the conspiracy what the position actually seems to do is weaken the presidency and his own. Either the president is incompetent, as evidenced by all these people being his people, or he is complicit and in fact the director of the actions. So then it seems like if the position is that the President is incompetent then the position is in support of an actual Deep State, whereby the President is not the executive officer or in control of the executive branch.

As unfortunately hilarious and again played out as it is, it feels like it comes down to...

Did you order the code red?!!
YoURE DaMN RiGHT i Did!!

And of course, to even consider all this, everyone has to ignore that the President already released a memorandum where he displays he damn well did it.
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Lol

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'Liberals do it to, of course, it seems cyclical.'

 

What do Liberal do? Gaslight? Examples?



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Bill Clinton declaring the he never had sex with that woman, and then arguing semantics with the word is, should be a simple example of a Liberal inserting a reality contrary to reality.

The flip flopping of opinions over impeachment are also examples of cyclical behavior between conservatives and liberals.

During these events, and the behaviors they spur depending on who is in need of defense, there then is usually a handful of bipartisan efforts that recognize this cyclical behavior and then choose to make a stand on whatever principle issue they hold as fair and true.

Met mentioned the GOP senate acquitted Clinton, while technically true, it is an example of a handful of representatives taking a stand on their view of fairness and truth rather than holding a party line. In that instance they obviously viewed those specific charges, and those admitted behaviors, as not rising to the standard requiring removal from office.

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Not to mention Hillary arguing that the whole thing was a vast right wing conspiracy, or arguing that the impeachment was about sex.



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