Mitch McConnell Presents Draft Senate Rules Resolution…

Earlier today Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell presented a “draft resolution” for Senate impeachment rules to be debated and voted tomorrow on Day One of the impeachment trial.  Day #1 will likely be filled as the Senate creates rules via resolution.

The draft resolution tracks closely with previous expectations: 24 hours of presentation by House Impeachment Managers; 24 hours of presentation by Defense team; 16 hours of Senate questioning; 4 hours of closing arguments; and then a Senate debate/vote on further motions to include witnesses.

As noted in the draft resolution it appears the Majority Leader will keep the Senate in 12 hour sessions to speed up the events.  This would conclude the House case and the defense case within four days (24 hrs, or two days per side).

According to the draft, the legal teams for each side will decide who makes the verbal arguments over their two days of presentation.  At the conclusion of the four days the Senators will ask questions for a total of 16 hours.

At the conclusion of the Senators questions the House Managers and White House defense will have two hours each to rebut and/or present additional (closing) arguments.

At the conclusion of the 4 hour final remarks the Senators will debate whether to call for witnesses.  The outcome to that debate will be decided by a majority of 51 votes.

If there are going to be witnesses, they will first be deposed prior to testimony.  No witness testimony will be permitted without first being deposed.

Again, this is a draft resolution.  There will be a debate and amendment process tomorrow to create the final resolution.  It will take 51 votes to create the rules.

 

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131 Responses to Mitch McConnell Presents Draft Senate Rules Resolution…

  1. X XYZ says:

    Will somebody please close the door? There’s a draft in here.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Bill Durham says:

      Slam dunk. No need for the Pearl clutchers to emerge. POTUS got this and handled Mitch like he handles Iranian generals. Looks like a acquittal by next Thursday and then on to the state of the union. CNN will switch their regular program to be the emergency broadcast system

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    • Razor1 says:

      Seems to me the best set of rules to adopt would be those of the house…they were terrible for republicans so just rewrite them in the senate FOR use by the senate. That would solve all the problems. Make them live with their own rules.

      Next regarding witnesses…Republicans should do just like the Democrats in the house. Call 22 additions interview them out of sight…pick the 12 best then bring them forward for public testimony. After you’ve done them (dims) just like they did the repubs offer them reciprocity on witnesses, call none and call for the vote…problem solved

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  2. As long as there is no provision for any secret votes, I’m feeling pretty good.

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  3. Amy2 says:

    I don’t like it….

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    • Newhere says:

      Which part?

      I thought it would be worse.

      Compressing the presentations to four 12 hr days instead of six 8 hr days is pretty huge. That combined with no devices in the hearing really messes with the dem playbook — they’ll have a harder time driving daily narratives with a daylong drip of selective leaking, capped with primetime “bombshell” analysis ….. the hearing itself is gonna take up all the oxygen. For a group that’s loathe to put in a full day’s work or put down their phones, glad Mitch is turning the screws.

      What worries me is that Trump announced his Dream Team already …. I commented earlier that it was genius political timing, waiting til Mitch was done with rules/procedures. I really hope they don’t mess with this tomorrow …..

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      • The Demon Slick says:

        According to this they will be starting at 1 pm because Chief justice Roberts can’t get there until after lunch because he has to do supreme court stuff until noon? So 1p to 1a? Including Saturday? Seems like the court can hold off on things for a week, although I understand that it must be a terrible hardship for them, with vacations already planned and what not.

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        • IGiveUp says:

          I imagine Roberts is right now standing in front of a full-length mirror wondering if he looks slim in his robe and if he should wear the powdered wig or not.

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          • Shyster says:

            Robert’s is a corrupt fool who has NEVER presided over a trial in his career and who knows little or nothing about the Federal Rules of Evidence and ruling on trial objections. Look for some major mistakes from him.

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            • listingstarboard says:

              Roberts should be recused since it was HIS FISA court that started the whole illegal spying in the first place. Just unbelievable.

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      • franuche says:

        “No devices in the hearing…”

        Yeah, but I’m pretty sure the metal plate in Pelosi’s head could be used to transmit pictures from Schiff’s 3X zoom Retina display freaky eyeballs. Nadler could easily unhinge his jaw and swallow Trump’s legal team whole.

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      • Amy2 says:

        I can’t put my finger on it to be honest (not that I’m any great intellect). I guess maybe being deposed ahead of time reminds me of the Dem in the basement. I know it’s not the same, it just makes me queasy….

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        • Linda K. says:

          You never bring a witness forward without knowing what they are going to say. The dems think they want John Bolton, but he may not be the type of surprise they are searching for. Indeed, the fact that they cling to Bolton shows the desperate shape their case is in.

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  4. JohnCasper says:

    Whatever the “Rules” are this will all remain nothing more than a pig with lipstick

    Liked by 4 people

  5. Elric VIII says:

    I don’t know. I think the House should state the charges and the evidence, then let the Senate decide if it’s worth proceeding based on that, or dismiss it.. Simple jurisprudence? Maybe, but it’s common sense. Why keep going down a dead end?

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    • Jan says:

      It gives the President his first chance to respond to the allegations. I think the President’s legal team & the House team will be much more impressive than the Klown Kar team.

      I don’t know if I’m going to be able to watch any of the Klowns. Schumer the schmuck & Schiff for brains make me want to throw up.

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  6. clulessgrandpa says:

    Is there a “kill switch” in the rules?

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  7. McConnell wouldn’t put this forward if he didn’t have the votes to get it passed.

    Liked by 14 people

  8. Ockham's Phaser says:

    May the farce be with us

    Liked by 4 people

  9. Niagara Frontier says:

    It looks like the Senators will be burning the late night oil. My question is who will be watching? Will the major networks shelve their prime time line-ups (and revenues) to cover this show? I doubt it.

    Liked by 2 people

    • G. Alistar says:

      I think that’s the point. Interest was dying last month in the house …. now folks just want to move on, watch the Super Bowl, go to work and drink beer. Jimmy crack corn!

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  10. luke says:

    McConnell has got this. This will die after a bit. He’s not going to let the whiny spoiled children on the left turn his damn Senate into a circus lol. Mitch has gone from a mild manner tortoise to snapping turtle. The left is using Parnas as well as anything else they can conjure up to keep some level of credibility with their mentally deficient voter base.

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  11. Hans says:

    Need clarification. Line 4. Upon conclusion ……the senate may question the parties for 16 hours..
    Does that mean that Schiff can be asked why Atkinson transcript was not provided. Or what information was not placed in the transcript.

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    • roddrepub says:

      I thought I read where the Senate wants all those materials turned over.

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      • Hans says:

        That’s what it says but somehow I think that’s not going to happen voluntarily. Democrats have problems following their own rules.

        Be nice if they could impeach Schiff for lack of candor in the senate procedure.

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    • luke says:

      Hans without delving too far into the rules I think that I can say without hesitation there is no way Adam Schiff will be answering any questions particularly under oath. I would revert back to the hell freezing over euphemism.

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      • unconqueredone says:

        True, but Mitch isn’t an idiot. If he allows the questioning of Schiff, the questions will be put to Schiff in a no win way for Schiff. No answer will be an answer, and any answer will be bad too.

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  12. joebkonobi says:

    Where is the promised kill switch. Gonna need it. Dems already up to more dirty tricks, threatening more hearings. From Breitbart:

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/01/20/democrats-threaten-to-call-new-impeachment-witnesses-to-testify-in-house-if-senate-doesnt/

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  13. litlbit2 says:

    Said it before, IMO, if McConnell allows Silly Nancy to continue to run her clown show resulting in the Senate being forever known as the Swamp Circus Building. The odds, again imo, McConnell will do just what the Swamp tells him. Waiting

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  14. Magabear says:

    So does Pence still get to break ties during this “trial”?

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    • LouisianaTeaRose says:

      Roberts.

      Liked by 1 person

      • LouisianaTeaRose says:

        Founders felt it would be unseemly for the beneficiary to be the tie-breaker.

        But senators running against the President can still vote their interests…the impeachment provision is a most unseemly process to be conducted by an intensely political playbook, whose “jurors” are to be held accountable by the VOTERS.

        It’s the only Constitution we’ve got, and that’s how it rolls.

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      • Magabear says:

        Well that’s not really encouraging. 😕

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        • LouisianaTeaRose says:

          You can take it up with Ken Starr and Mark Levin.

          Liked by 1 person

          • smartyjones1 says:

            Roberts will not do anything of the sort. SC wants nothing to with the politics.
            Watch and learn.

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            • LouisianaTeaRose says:

              Watch and learn what? I just addressed why Pence is not involved. I never claimed to know what Roberts would do, or being a clairvoyant such as yourself.

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            • willthesuevi says:

              Smarty, Just stop.

              LTR is right. Watch and learn? How ’bout you go back and study American Government.

              It is no secret Chief Justice John Roberts basically runs this Senate trial of President Trump. It is a constitutional requirement. This has been talked about for weeks on this very platform.

              Every Senate Impeachment trial is required to have the Chief Justice preside over the proceedings.

              Pence has no standing in this proceeding.

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    • beach lover says:

      I thought I read that according to Senate rules, any ties is a no. Roberts will not be in charge of anything but keeping the train running smoothly. But I could be wrong.

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  15. If CIA Charlie’s testimony has been overtaken by events as Democrats claim, then he doesn’t need his phony “Whistleblower”-status anymore, does he? You can’t have it both ways. Charlie can tell us how he conspired with Michael Atkison, Mary McCord, Vindman and Schiff to frame the President–yet again.

    And then let’s hear from former FBI Washington Bureau Chief, CrowdStrike’s Shawn Henry. He can tell us all about the DNC’s server, about Ukrainian corruption and, just for fun, how he and Rod Rodentstain broke into CBS reporter Sharyl Attkisson’s computer.

    I’m still waiting to hear this explanation: What is the non-corrupt way in which Hunter Biden can receive millions from these regimes while his father is handing out billions in cash and policy to them? I don’t see one–do you?

    Amb. Yovonovitch said she was coached by State Dept. officials on how to sugar-coat the Bidens’ graft. That means one of two things: either the State Department ruled it was legal or they knew it was crooked and looked the other way. We should hear from that official.

    Then we should hear from the Southern District of New York. They can tell us why their Democrat prosecutors get to abuse the legal system to pressure others into phony charges aimed at their political enemy, the President. This is the very thing the President is falsely accused of doing.

    If we’re going to have witnesses, then let’s name all the babies. Hunter does.

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  16. H.R. says:

    House Managers: “Orange Man Bad… [6 hours]… blah blah blah… [12 hours]… we couldn’t find anything so could you help us out?… [3 hours]… In summary, Orange Man Bad [3 hours].” [24 hours total]

    President’s Presentation: “You have no case. The Articles are invalid. You are abusing the Constitution and subverting the Will of The People by illegally overturning their vote. Everything presented by the House Managers is either an out and out lie or hearsay that happens to also be lies. The President has done nothing remotely approaching an impeachable offense. Go back to the House and get to work. Oh, and you’re ugly and have bad breath… and do something about that doofus Shiff and L’il Nadler. They are really annoying.” [2 minutes, tops]

    Senate: “We do not recognize the Articles as valid. There will be no witnesses as we need to protect our phony-baloney jobs. The House shall not even think about trying this again unless they can come up with a serious crime and given this laughable effort, the bar has been raised much higher. Don’t bother us again unless President Trump gets caught doing something seriously wrong such as selling our uranium reserves to Russia or sending pallets of unappropriated and unauthorized pallets of cash to a foreign adversary…. oh wait…. [awkward 2 minutes]… well then, Articles dismissed as defective.” [4 minutes, and we still have time to make happy hour at Moe’s]
    .
    .
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    Who knows? My guess above as to how it plays out could be right on the money or could belong in another galaxy. We’ll see, as some famous guy likes to say.

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  17. Zydeco says:

    So Lawfare will be making presentations. I really wish our elected representatives, the impeachment managers, had to make their case to the Senators and us, the citizens,

    Liked by 2 people

  18. dallasdan says:

    SD:
    “…and then a Senate debate/vote on further motions to include witnesses.”

    IMO, this outcome will be the most significant indicator of the McConnell cabal’s resolve in protecting the President. Caving to Schumer’s demands would very likely introduce additional propaganda that would portend a potentially very unfavorable result.

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    • Jan says:

      I think no matter how much McTurtle wants to be rid of our President, he will not let the Dimms destroy the presidency nor give up executive and other legal privileges

      If McTurtle will not want the presidency destroyed, he will not want the Senate destroyed or the House to become more powerful than the Senate. Letting Dimms get away with this sham is not in the deck McTurtle holds on this process.

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    • Snellvillebob says:

      If McConnell caved to Schumer, then Schumer would just find something else to whine about. Whining is the one thing Schumer does so well that he is almost in the class of a Jedi Master. His entire face is built to whine.

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  19. Troublemaker10 says:

    At the end, the Senate should vote for no witnesses….and five minutes later call the vote and acquired. This disposed of the impeachment articles.

    If the Dems call witnesses after that ….they look even more foolish . And if they continue the process and vote on new impeachment articles the public will reject it for what it is and the backfire becomes 10 feet higher.

    Dems are playing dangerous games. Repubs should not allow themselves to be sucked into the Abyss. Dispose of the two articles promptly, expose it for what it is, and call it a day before the Dems make their next crazy move.

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    • smartyjones1 says:

      That’s what is happening and the Rats know it. Saw a clip of CNN. Former Senator Santorum took on an entire panel whining like mad over the schedule. They see this is DOA and they are whining like mad.

      Santorum was wreaking them. Cocaine Mitch will have them gnashing their teeth in 24 hours.

      It’s going to be great.

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    • beach lover says:

      Exactly. Did they not learn anything from the Kavanaugh fiasco? Shut it down after the Presidents team has a chance to expose them all for the circus in the House.

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    • RC23321 says:

      Look at how many of you have been duped into not wanting witnesses. Yeah let’s totally not call the WB and Bidens are TRULY expose these scumbags. Let’s just sweep it all under the rug. The Democrats are right about one thing and one thing only, the public really is STUPID.

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  20. jambo says:

    “the Senate shall decide after deposition which witnesses shall testify”

    If the Republicans don’t hold the line on no witnesses then the Dems + Rep traitors in the ranks can allow only Dem witnesses. Once they have gone to the dark side any Republicans may as well be hung for a sheep as for a lamb and tee up the CNN guest spots.

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  21. EnoughIsEnough says:

    Would heresay evidence (gossip/second & third hand) even be allowed in this trial? If not, there is only one true “witness” as I recall, who testified that President Trump said “no quid pro quo”.

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  22. Drogers says:

    Mitch knows his lasting legacy is filling every vacant judicial seat he can get his hands on. PDJT and he have gotten real comfortable with each other and are working in a serious shorthand fashion to seat conservative thinkers.

    If he wasn’t working on that there’s plenty of evidence suggesting he would go into swamp creature mode. But as stands now I just can’t see Mitch doing anything to upset that particular apple cart.

    No worries, we’re good.

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    • RC23321 says:

      Oh yeah Mitch totally isn’t a “swamp creature”. /s lmao I honestly hope some of you are Shareblue punks and not actually this gullible. Unbelievable.

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  23. lgstarr says:

    Re: “kill switch”

    Excerpt:
    GOP senators considering ‘kill switch’ option should impeachment trial spiral out of control
    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell reportedly is close to finalizing a rule that would allow President Trump’s team to move to dismiss the articles of impeachment in the Senate quickly after some evidence has been presented, as a sort of safety valve in case Democrats try to drag out the trial for weeks. . .

    McConnell, R-Ky., wouldn’t be obligated to publicize the final version of his resolution setting the parameters of the impeachment trial until Tuesday, but top Republicans have said they supported affording Trump the opportunity to cut the trial short. Republican Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley, for example, told Axios he would be “very, very surprised” if McConnell’s resolution didn’t include that kind of kill switch.

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/mcconnell-considers-kill-switch-option-at-trump-impeachment-trial-report

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  24. MNBV says:

    Which Republican Senator thinks he can survive if he votes to impeach the Don?
    Someone not standing next time…… beware the lame ducks.
    There is no bigger or better establishment UniParty club in the USA than the Senate.
    They really trooly don’t like anyone who threatens the sinecure of influence.

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  25. donna kovacevic says:

    This is truly a govna show. “Oca nas ize jesi na nebsi” Our Father Who Art in Heaven, Bless PDJT.

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  26. Mitch’s Kill Switch is to silence people like Rudy and keep the Congressional corruption out of public view. It has very little to do with protecting Trump.

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  27. swamph8er says:

    It will be interesting to see which John Robert’s shows up…the constitutionalists or the blackmail participant.

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  28. DesertMoon says:

    At this point, I want to hear or at least read ICIG Atkinson testimony. It’s the starting point of this whole fiasco.

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  29. Eric French says:

    If they are asking questions, who is answering them?

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  30. Eric French says:

    If they are asking questions, who is answering them?

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  31. Eric French says:

    If they are asking questions, who is answering them?

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  32. Justin Green says:

    No witnesses shall testify unless they’ve been deposed? By who? Does this mean that Schiff’s witnesses which were “deposed” in the basement hearings all qualify and none of Trump’s witnesses will qualify?

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    • Dana Doran says:

      The resolution seems to require that “the parties” depose each witness…the parties here are the House AND the President…so, no, those deposed out of the public view would not automatically be considered witnesses….not withstanding the points in the President’s Trial Memo!

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    • Gina Haspel will conduct enhanced depositions using noise cancelling recording technology to blot out the sounds of screams and the motor of a cordless drill.

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    • Darwin Teague says:

      In the Clinton case, depositions were taken and those were used, no live witnesses. In the Johnson case, witnesses were interviewed live, but the Senate voted 28 times on whether or not a witness would be allowed to answer the question. The House prosecutors did this 24 times and the president’s lawyers did it 4 times.

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  33. JohninMK says:

    Will this be seen as a test of strength for Mitch? If he loses will it be seen as his power ebbing away?

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    • smartyjones1 says:

      Of course it is and Cocaine Mitch is going to have the best career moments right now,
      He will not lose. A loss means the death of the Republican Party and the Senate’s hierarchy.

      Not happening.

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      • IGiveUp says:

        What does senate’s hierarchy mean? That it’s superior to the House in some way? I believe they like to think they are superior but in my view they occupy different corners of the the same sty. Have the elitist Senators forgotten that they share the Congress with the vile creatures in the House? A pox on both their Houses!

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        • yucki says:

          The young George H.W. Bush asked for advice from LBJ about whether to run for Senate vs. House.
          LBJ told him:
          “Son, the difference between Senate and House is the difference between chicken salad and chicken shif.”

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      • X XYZ says:

        Every politician has a big ego. Mitch is king of the senate and he takes it personally. If you disrespect the senate, Mitch gets annoyed. And he has six ways from Sunday at getting back at those who attempt it.

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  34. J says:

    The House Dems arent just trying to destroy the Presidency as a coequal branch of our government, they are attempting to subject the Senate to their will as well. Mitch, no matter how deep state he is, will not allow this to happen.

    The Senates conclusion is preordained. Everything else is chaff.

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  35. Rob says:

    By not immediately dismissing this bogus impeachment, they are giving the corrupt dems a foothold to investigate further (with no crime identified) and attempt to penetrate executive privilege. And once this sham trial is over, the dems will immediately begin the next impeachment, so they can keep the investigations ongoing with further attempts to defeat executive privilege. Eventually, they will fine something they can finally try to impeach on. Maybe they find out Trump used toilet paper with obamas face on it, and that would be enough.

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    • I suspect that the Senate clearly sees, and sees through, this little game.

      If there is no crime, there is no valid cause to impeach. Just as with any Court of Law, if the accused is not accused of a violation of the law as written, sufficient to obtain an indictment by a Grand Jury composed of citizens, then a case against him or her cannot be brought. The Trial Judge(s) are also empowered to make that same decision.

      In the law, an attempt to “use the Honorable Court as your ‘heavy'” is called abuse of process. Or even in this case, malicious prosecution. Both of these can rise to the point of being considered crimes themselves, although they usually only result in sanction and penalties – a “black mark” that no lawyer wants to risk.

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      • IGiveUp says:

        ” Or even in this case, malicious prosecution. Both of these can rise to the point of being considered crimes themselves, although they usually only result in sanction and penalties – a “black mark” that no lawyer wants to risk.”

        Unless they work for the DOJ or Lawfare

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  36. I think that this is a reasonable and well thought-out plan: the Senate will carefully hear representatives from both sides. It will then cross-examine those representatives. Then, and only then, will it decide what to do next. No one will then be able to say that their decision was impetuous – unlike that made by the House!

    At this point, I expect to hear a motion to dismiss the charges with prejudice, declaring them to be Null And Void on the basis of Unconstitutionality.

    “Please state the exact sections of the United States Code that you accuse this man of having broken. Also, we don’t seem to have transcripts of your proceedings where Counsel for the Defense cross-examined any of your witnesses, as required by the 4th and 5th Amendments. Please provide those transcripts immediately …” 🤡

    Any Court may summarily dismiss any case, without bringing it to trial, if it is defective. And there could be no greater defect than Unconstitutional. In every prior case of impeachment, an actual violation of the law as it was then actually written could be alleged. Here there is none – only a Bill of Attainder. Therefore, the Constitutional standard has not been met. Dismissed with prejudice!

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  37. The fact that the Senate is even hearing this impeachment scam is in itself a disgrace….IMO….McConnell is validating the unethical/unlawful actions in the House……Let’s cut to the chase….What you’re witnessing are Politician Lawyers mostly in the Democrat Party making a mockery of our Judicial system….Lawyers should’ve never been allowed to be Congressional Representatives….Think about the dysfunction, criminality we are seeing including at the FBI/DOJ and other Bureaucracies…….Virtually all has been and continues to be willfully committed by Lawyers…..Yet, not one has had their Law License suspended or revoked due to corrupt or unethical behavior…..Sickening….

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  38. Zippy says:

    Meanwhile, there is ZERO attention being paid to the indictment and prosecution of the SpyGate perps. MISSION ACCOMPLISHED 100% by this totally unjustified impeachment.

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  39. Comrade Mope says:

    I think the question remains: is there enough RINO Senators that will sit on their hands and not vote? Given Romney’s statement yesterday, I am not convinced this is a slam-dunk.
    The Democrats may not want an evangelical like Pence, but they despise Trump more. The RINOs clearly want their globalism back and what is the Trump base going to do about it if they vote to impeach? Vote for democrats? That might last a couple cycles, but then we will be back to business as usual.
    The best thing the Senate can do is sent the impeachment back to the House as incomplete or unConstitutional. Make them start from scratch. The voters are already weary of this.

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  40. Somebody's Gramma says:

    I’ll be watching/listening to everything, because I’m retired and can do so while working on projects. My extended family, all too busy working and paying taxes to listen to this crap. They may think I’m “obsessed” with politics, but this is about the future for my grandchildren and I can’t let my responsibility slide. And… when they want to know the truth about what is happening, they come to me. Someone in every family should be keeping tabs on what the Washington Crooks are up to rather than relying on MSM to feed them baby bites. I actually feel privileged that I now have the time to do this. It will sicken me to listen to the DemoCommunistBabyKillers… I’ve never seen a group of people so willing to LIE WITH A STRAIGHT FACE to protect their own power. Everything they accuse Trump of doing, they do – PROJECTION 101.

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  41. Shyster says:

    Be careful, it is well known that hell hath no fury like a woman, or a John Bolton, scorned. The walrus is a nut bag and could be in on the scam! He has already gone on record accusing POTUS and the Whitehouse of cutting his email access when in truth, he forgot his password.

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  42. Linda K. says:

    The old saying, “watch what you wish for, you just might get it.” becomes poignantly true of the dems, who pose as virtuous to their own peril.
    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/01/cocaine_mitch_hands_democrats_a_dilemma.html

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  43. Darwin Teague says:

    Session days are not calendar days. Session days can be spread over multiple days.

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