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At what point are Impeachment proceedings going to be started with Trump?

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You really want PENCE as president..? Because that's what will happen.



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vivster said:
As far as I heard impeachments need confirmation from the house and senate so I pretty much gave up on hoping for it.
Republicans have shown that they will throw away all of their pride and convictions as long as they can say they "won".

Quick question.  Did you already know that, or did you have to google it.  Cause if you just knew it, wow, I'm impressed.

And another sentence to mask this post and/or give it a link about the topic:  I agree, republicans would never throw 2020 with a Pence ticket. 



Ouroboros24 said:
SuaveSocialist said:

Bolded, because you've missed it--or ignored it--several times already.
Among them, you find there are lots of reasons to remove Beloved Leader from office

Definition of impeach

  1. transitive verb
  2. 1a :  to bring an accusation againstb :  to charge with a crime or misdemeanor; specifically :  to charge (a public official) before a competent tribunal with misconduct in officec :  to remove from office especially for misconduct

  3. 2 :  to cast doubt on; especially :  to challenge the credibility or validity of impeach the testimony of a witness

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/impeach

Close enough, don't you think?

Yes, removing Beloved Leader from office (especially for misconduct, as you've kindly bolded) is indeed close enough to removing Beloved Leader from office for the many reasons that may be found among 300 separate reports of corruption in his regime...not that the West Korean government has the integrity to do so.  



Ouroboros24 said:
vivster said:
As far as I heard impeachments need confirmation from the house and senate so I pretty much gave up on hoping for it.
Republicans have shown that they will throw away all of their pride and convictions as long as they can say they "won".

Quick question.  Did you already know that, or did you have to google it.  Cause if you just knew it, wow, I'm impressed.

And another sentence to mask this post and/or give it a link about the topic:  I agree, republicans would never throw 2020 with a Pence ticket. 

I informed myself right after the election, which bummed me out even more.



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Ouroboros24 said:
Simply, he's not. California lives in it's own bubble and would want the world to think what it wants is what everyone else wants. In California, there are angry antifa liberals with purple or green colored hair(color varys) or over inflated celebrities who think they know politics that have started proceedings into impeachment. There will be no impeachment, you just got to ride out the 4, possibly 8 years, if the Democrats would get there shite together.

What does California have to do with it? lol 



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NintendoPie said:
There won't be one. And I certainly wouldn't want Pence as our President either. Both are complete and utter shit, but at least Donald Trump hasn't openly supported "conversion therapy." Christ.

At least Pence seems to know something about politics (sort of).

 

But now I think about it, I don't know if that's a good thing actually.



He won't be impeached as of yet because he hasn't done anything to warrant it expect in the minds of regressives.



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deskpro2k3 said:
After the Senate elections in 2018. Democrats need to win majority.

At this rate, it might not be a problem. I haven't actually looked up any number, this is just a guess.



Sticky said:

For commiting what crime exactly?

 

Lets not forget when Comey reopened the investigation on Clinton every Democrat was begging for his replacement (as well as CNN). 

 

Difference is that when that same person is investigating the president, and the president has the power to not only fire the guy but also appoint his replacement.  Why people ignore context here is really funny.