they are on the House impeaching the POTUS for a second time

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Very sad that there is so much hatred for " White people" by the left who are speaking. the calling those who disagree with them
( Democrats) "white supreme ". terrible .
 
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they are on the House impeaching the POTUS for a second time
This is going nowhere. Just more nonsense from evil Pelosi and Schumer, both of whom deserved to be impeached, but no one had the guts to do so.

Mitch McConnell Just Threw a Big Wrench in Nancy Pelosi's Impeachment Plans

The Kentucky Republican who still holds the Senate majority leader post for a few more days has rejected a plan by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer to call the body back into session for an impeachment trial for President Donald Trump. And killed the idea of a trial while Trump is still in office.

https://www.westernjournal.com/mitc...w-big-wrench-nancy-pelosis-impeachment-plans/
 
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In the aftermath of 9/11, I recall both liberals and libertarians claiming the term "terrorist" will be expanded to include those who hold different opinions from the elites. I laughed.

I'm not laughing anymore.

The term is now changed to Terrorist, which I believe is worse.
 
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The Democratic party is currupt and peddy and vindictive. And racesis. And Xeon phobic christian phobic white. Phobic
 
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The Democratic party is currupt and peddy and vindictive. And racesis. And Xeon phobic christian phobic white. Phobic
And the impeachment of Donald Trump is illegal and unconstitutional, as noted by a constitutional expert:

House Committed Six Violations of the Constitution During Impeachment: Alan Dershowitz

Harvard Law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz said that the House violated six independent points of the Constitution when impeaching President Donald Trump.

In an interview with Newsmax, Dershowitz said: “They violated the free speech provision. They violated the impeachment criteria. They violated the bill of attainder. They violated due process, on and on and on.” “How can you impeach a president for a speech that is constitutionally protected?” he said.

The law expert said that Congress is not above the law, but that ironically, they have protection from culpability for what they do on the Senate floor.
“But the only sanction is to vote them out of office and to bring them to trial in the court of public opinion,” Dershowitz told host Carl Higbie. “Senators and congressmen are immune from lawsuits for what they do or say on the floor of the Senate, so there can’t be any personal lawsuits.”

“The Constitution is very clear, the purpose of impeachment is removal,” he said. “The Senate cannot try an ordinary citizen.”

On a single article of impeachment, the House voted 232–197 to impeach President Trump, on Wednesday for “incitement of insurrection.” Democrats and 10 Republicans contended Trump incited the Jan. 6 breach of the U.S. Capitol.

Trump is the third president to be impeached and the first to be impeached twice. No president has ever been impeached and convicted, and no president has ever been placed on trial after leaving office.

A single seven-hour impeachment hearing session constituted the fastest impeachment in U.S. history. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi appointed Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.), who recently came to the spotlight for his alleged intimate relationship with a purported Chinese spy, as impeachment manager.
Some legal experts argue holding an impeachment trial after Trump leaves office violates the Constitution.

“Once Trump’s term ends on Jan. 20, Congress loses its constitutional authority to continue impeachment proceedings against him—even if the House has already approved articles of impeachment,” J. Michael Luttig, a retired federal judge, wrote in an op-ed.

Others say a trial could commence. “Of course, you can impeach, convict, and disqualify a former officeholder,” Gregg Nunziata, a former Senate Judiciary Committee lawyer, said in a tweet. “This view is supported by English custom, Constitutional text and structure, original understanding, and continuous Senate precedent.”

Under the U.S. Constitution, the Senate conducts an impeachment trial when the House impeaches a president. The upper congressional chamber can acquit a president or convict him. A two-thirds vote is required to convict. When the House impeached Trump on a separate matter in 2019, the Senate voted to acquit him 21 days after the trial started.


https://www.theepochtimes.com/house...the-constitution-alan-dershowitz_3659455.html
 
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And the impeachment of Donald Trump is illegal and unconstitutional, as noted by a constitutional expert:

House Committed Six Violations of the Constitution During Impeachment: Alan Dershowitz

Harvard Law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz said that the House violated six independent points of the Constitution when impeaching President Donald Trump.

In an interview with Newsmax, Dershowitz said: “They violated the free speech provision. They violated the impeachment criteria. They violated the bill of attainder. They violated due process, on and on and on.” “How can you impeach a president for a speech that is constitutionally protected?” he said.

The law expert said that Congress is not above the law, but that ironically, they have protection from culpability for what they do on the Senate floor.
“But the only sanction is to vote them out of office and to bring them to trial in the court of public opinion,” Dershowitz told host Carl Higbie. “Senators and congressmen are immune from lawsuits for what they do or say on the floor of the Senate, so there can’t be any personal lawsuits.”

“The Constitution is very clear, the purpose of impeachment is removal,” he said. “The Senate cannot try an ordinary citizen.”

On a single article of impeachment, the House voted 232–197 to impeach President Trump, on Wednesday for “incitement of insurrection.” Democrats and 10 Republicans contended Trump incited the Jan. 6 breach of the U.S. Capitol.

Trump is the third president to be impeached and the first to be impeached twice. No president has ever been impeached and convicted, and no president has ever been placed on trial after leaving office.

A single seven-hour impeachment hearing session constituted the fastest impeachment in U.S. history. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi appointed Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.), who recently came to the spotlight for his alleged intimate relationship with a purported Chinese spy, as impeachment manager.
Some legal experts argue holding an impeachment trial after Trump leaves office violates the Constitution.

“Once Trump’s term ends on Jan. 20, Congress loses its constitutional authority to continue impeachment proceedings against him—even if the House has already approved articles of impeachment,” J. Michael Luttig, a retired federal judge, wrote in an op-ed.

Others say a trial could commence. “Of course, you can impeach, convict, and disqualify a former officeholder,” Gregg Nunziata, a former Senate Judiciary Committee lawyer, said in a tweet. “This view is supported by English custom, Constitutional text and structure, original understanding, and continuous Senate precedent.”

Under the U.S. Constitution, the Senate conducts an impeachment trial when the House impeaches a president. The upper congressional chamber can acquit a president or convict him. A two-thirds vote is required to convict. When the House impeached Trump on a separate matter in 2019, the Senate voted to acquit him 21 days after the trial started.


https://www.theepochtimes.com/house...the-constitution-alan-dershowitz_3659455.html
Alan Dershowitz has sunk pretty low, interviewed by NewsMax I wonder what they have on him that he has become such a puppet on a string?
 
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Alan Dershowitz has sunk pretty low, interviewed by NewsMax I wonder what they have on him that he has become such a puppet on a string?

Christopher Ruddy(owns NewsMax) and Allen Dershowitz are both Zionist Jews so they both believe in OWG,Chabad ect. that's the connection.
 
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In the aftermath of 9/11, I recall both liberals and libertarians claiming the term "terrorist" will be expanded to include those who hold different opinions from the elites. I laughed.

I'm not laughing anymore.
They are terrified of people holding a different opinion.

They will stop at nothing to retain any semblance of power they hold.

So naturally those with a differing opinion are labelled "terrorists" :rolleyes::oops::censored:
 
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They are terrified of people holding a different opinion.

They will stop at nothing to retain any semblance of power they hold.

So naturally those with a differing opinion are labelled "terrorists" :rolleyes::oops::censored:

When 911 happened and the term terrorist evolved with the Patriot Act I wondered why they defined it differently because we already had laws "spy" that would have covered groups supported by a government so they didn't need search warrants because of state sponsorship. Then there's "fifth columnist"(similar meaning) that use similar tactics. In the link under "historical background" most scholars think it's origin of tactics was in the "Sicarii Zealots" in the 1st century https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terrorism https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fifth_column
 
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There's no doubt in my mind that trumps rhetoric was responsible for this but I don't think it will be convicted

Yep, everyone is held to their words but Dems. Maxine Waters said she was going to "take the president out" had he been assassinated that night, should she have been convicted? Or should she be held responsible for Scalise being shot? She said "get in their face, let them know they aren't welcome". So?
 
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There's no doubt in my mind that trumps rhetoric was responsible for this but I don't think it will be convicted


"Responsible for this"? We can only look at the last four years in regard to DT but then going farther back in time and looking at it is when we see it has gone on long before 2016.
 
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"Responsible for this"? We can only look at the last four years in regard to DT but then going farther back in time and looking at it is when we see it has gone on long before 2016.
Yeah I know I'm talking to the wall here because everyone here is drinking the Trump Kool-Aid but when you brainwash a group of people into thinking the entire Democratic process was stolen from them then of course that's a recipe for violence
 
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Yeah I know I'm talking to the wall here because everyone here is drinking the Trump Kool-Aid but when you brainwash a group of people into thinking the entire Democratic process was stolen from them then of course that's a recipe for violence

lol, It don't make no difference what flavor kool-aid people have drank it's the mis-directed blame game. It's like an unclean spirit has gone out through the earth and we all turned against each other. Here's a list of protest in the US https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_protests_in_the_United_States this has always gone on from year to year and from president after president and all we do is elect one to replace the one we voted out then replace them with the ones we voted out when that already failed.

It's as if you hired a manager to run your store but after a few years you told him no offense but your not making progress so you fire him. Then you hire another to run it and a few years later you fire him for the same reason and hire the first one back. Then you go year after year(1776-2021) hiring and firing the same exact two managers over and over. Eventually we should realize they seemed qualified but were not willing to actually run the store but here we are still looking at the same two managers again.