Day One – Senate Impeachment Trial – 1:00pm Livestream…

The U.S. Senate Impeachment Trial of President Donald Trump begins today at 1:00pm Eastern.  The first series of anticipated events includes the framework for Senate rules for impeachment which will come in the form of a final resolution for Senate vote.

The formation of the impeachment rules, and any amendments therein, will likely take up the majority of the afternoon in the Senate.  Anticipated start time 1:00pm EST.

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1,890 Responses to Day One – Senate Impeachment Trial – 1:00pm Livestream…

  1. Reserved55 says:

    Schiffty, Guilty until proven innocent.

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  2. RC23321 says:

    My memory is failing me today, can someone remind me who it was that once loaded prisoners on to ships and then scuttled them in the river drowning all of them?

    I’m thinking we need to do that to these Democrat lawyers, all of them.

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  3. Admin says:

    I find it comical that Democrats are demanding a fair trial despite not conducting a fair investigation. An unfair investigation would produce evidence of fruit from the poison tree.

    Sekulow up…. NICE!!!!!

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    • jx says:

      They began with a conclusion and then abused processes in an attempt to will their conclusion into existence but now, now they face reality and they scream “unfair”. Let them have their adolescent tantrums, their play time is over.

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  4. delighteddeplorable says:

    As it turns out, I was very wrong, FWIW. I did not think Pelousi would be spectacularly stupid enough to follow through with this disgusting, anti-Constitutional charade and would, surely, find a way out. Well, no.

    However, as support for President Trump increases in every demographic, it seems that this fiasco will set the stage for a historic election blow-out come November. 3 His campaign is raking in cashola at an unprecedented rate and congressional Republicans are united in a way that I’ve certainly never seen in my lifetime. Also, exposing the Dimocrat party for the foul, anti-American, lunatic scum they are is priceless.

    Looking for a silver lining? You bet. As a direct result of this farce, I believe the best truly is yet to come in ways we can’t see yet. Of course, time will tell. In the meantime, MAGA/KAG and go get ’em, President Trump.

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    • wildsailor2018 says:

      But wait! After dismissal by the Senate there will be “Shampeachment II” started in the House to once and for all rid the nation of Orange Man Bad. He lives and breathes illegal stuff that just “begs” the Demonrats to impeach him…it is all Trump’s fault you see….

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    • 1stgoblyn says:

      And yet the Dims keep putting incorrect and misleading, well let’s just call it what it is, lies! about VSPGPDJT’s support. Still lagging in women and minority support. Keep thinking that, Dims.

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  5. booger71 says:

    It took all of 30 seconds to kick Shifty skinny little butt

    Liked by 4 people

  6. Drogers says:

    Every minute BugEyes is on my TV fuels my hatred for him and the other progs exponentially by a factor of ten.

    *yeah, this whole fiasco is getting on my last good nerve

    Liked by 10 people

    • realeyecandy1 says:

      i could not watch that lying pencil neck scum

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    • John Obidienzo says:

      Schiff is the one who should be put on trial. Page 6 and page 74 of the President’s legal brief indicts Adam Schiff as the one who manufactured the invalid impeachment. He was the one probing and collaborating with spies within the White House. His motivation to find dirt on the President is corroborated by a shock jock prank phone call and his meeting in Colorado with Glen Simpson, producer of the Dirty Dossier.

      “Chairman Schiff’s hearings were fatally defective for another reason—Schiff himself was instrumental in helping to create the story behind them.”

      ‘The House’s entire factual investigation was carefully orchestrated—and restricted—by an interested fact witness: Chairman Schiff. His repeated falsehoods about the President leave him with no credibility whatsoever.”

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    • dixiechik74 says:

      I went home at lunch and tried watching. I was so furious after ten minutes of watching Shifty Schiff that I made a new rule that no one has to agree to (other than hubby), NO SCHIFF ON MY TV. He is so insufferable….there are no words.

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  7. lotbusyexec says:

    Jay Sekulow is easily squashing little Adam and his Schiff.

    Liked by 14 people

  8. OEOOERMINT says:

    We saw how unfair Schiff was presiding over the trial, now his behaviour is lame and we can watch thanks to the internet

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  9. fanbeav says:

    President Trump’s lawyers are making Schiff and his clown show “managers” look like kindergarteners. I don’t understand how any American with a brain can’t see the difference? No wonder Bernie Sanders is gaining support. The liberals can be convinced of anything their political leaders tell them!

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    • wildsailor2018 says:

      Maybe, just maybe, Bernie will split when he loses the nomination this time and run Independent. He is, after all, an Independent running on the coattails of the Demonrat Party. He SHOULD run Independent. Then he can split the Socialist/Communist votes with Pocahontas and create a double defeat in one pencil check mark!

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      • 1stgoblyn says:

        He should just run as a Dim/Commie; that is what he is.

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      • JMC says:

        I believe you could be right. The only reason the Dems let Bernie run as a Dem last time was that if he ran as what he was, a Commie Independent, he would have taken 25%-33% of Hellary’s votes in the general. They let Bernie into the Dem house last time, specifically so that they could screw him.

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        • JMC says:

          Postcript: I saw the Dems screw Bernie in real time on YouTube at the Colorado Dem convention in 2016. The rules committee vote travesty and the footage of CA’s Dianne Feinstein later being hoisted on stage and telling the Bernie reps to basically sit down and shut up should be played over and over by our conservative media folks.

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  10. teabag14 says:

    Smsrt move on the part of Cipillone (sorry, I don’t know the correct spelling of his name) to yield to Shiffty & stipulate rebuttal. 😊 57 minutes of rebuttal. Good start.

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  11. Admin says:

    Sekulow is on fire!!!!

    Liked by 6 people

  12. Landslide says:

    Jay, you are a man of God and He will give you the wisdom you need and the words to say. I am thankful that you are there at this moment in time.👍🏻🇺🇸👍🏻🇺🇸

    Liked by 14 people

    • Randolph Scott says:

      Jay Sekulow was made for this moment. Trump made a very very very wise decision when he hired Mr. Sekulow. There is not a democrat alive that can out smart him.

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  13. Reserved55 says:

    Bravo Jay

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    • cboldt says:

      Super bravo Cipollone. “Remember how we got here …” False allegations, selective leaks, witnesses threatened with contempt.
      By the way, there is still evidence that Schiff is withholding.
      Says the conduct of the House is the sort of thing our State Department would criticize if they saw it in a foreign country.

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  14. sunnyflower5 says:

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    • jello333 says:

      Shhhh! You don’t need to say a thing, Don. Just let the idiots dig their holes even deeper, and let your guys finish burying the freaks. Oh, and please… you don’t need to keep saying “I did nothing wrong.” Of course you didn’t, but YOU saying it makes their accusations seem worthy of your response… they’re NOT.

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  15. litlbit2 says:

    As the corrupt scheme and plan,imho, makes no difference any longer. The coverup has been exposed, the HoR circus is over. Just a matter of time before a new FBI takes over and cleans up this ongoing scam. The DOJ/FBI will get Hunter, Pelosi, Romney, Burr, Shifty, Waters etc in the Obama/Bush/Clinton weaponization of government against we the people while they attempt to make it about President Trump. IMHO, it might, might not be AG Barr but it’s gonna happen.

    Feel’n Goooood MAGA/KAG 2020🇺🇸

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  16. Admin says:

    How the hell Schiff and his cronies cannot be brought up on charges of sedition is beyond me.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Bogeyfree says:

      If the DOJ IMO investigated Ukraine alone and followed the money laundering, IMO many of these scumbags would be in jail.

      The key is having a willing DOJ.

      Liked by 5 people

    • cboldt says:

      The crime of sedition requires calling for or using force of violence. What the House and assorted Exec department and assorted courts are engaged in is non-violent sedition, which is not a crime.
      But I think they should be accused of non-violent sedition in the court of public opinion, often, with vigor and with explanation.

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    • California Joe says:

      The US Attorney’s Office SDNY is a protection racket for the Bolsheviks which is why they only investigate and prosecute Trump associates on the slimmest of evidence yet they let the Leftists run free!

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  17. Pew-Anon says:

    Sekulo is bombing. He sounds amateurish compared to the forked-toungued Schiff. There is so much he could be explaining that he is not. Disappointing.

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  18. sundance says:

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  19. OmegaManBlue says:

    Putting Schiff on trial!

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  20. Cipillone is on now. I hate to say it, but he sucks. How can liberals lie so smoothly while conservatives stumble over just telling the truth??

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  21. sundance says:

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    • Any reason he couldn’t just sat that as clearly as you just did?

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      • Reserved55 says:

        He’s sitting behind a keyboard, Cipollone is on stage.

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      • Somebody says:

        I wasn’t confused in any way, shape or form. I knew exactly what he meant and I think the senators did too. He explained the basement proceedings in the SCIF prior to that.

        I think you knew and understood what he meant, but you came here to troll and insist POTUS’s attorneys suck, you don’t understand what they’re talking about, blah, blah.

        You and your buddy Pew are wasting your time.

        Liked by 13 people

        • Holy cow! I say I don’t like the way Cipillone presented himself and I’m a troll?? It’s OK, I’ve got thick skin (I have to, I’m a conservative). I would chalk it up to you being a noobie, but I’ve read your’s and Nick’s comments for some time, so I’ll just say you’re quick with the troll accusations.

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        • zurizara says:

          May I suggest we just ignore comments from Pew-Anon. There is no sense engaging trolls.

          Liked by 2 people

    • Wethal says:

      As well as the intel comm inspector’s (Atkinson’s) own testimony, which likely includes information on his contacts with Schiff and his staff.

      Liked by 1 person

      • jbowen82 says:

        I’m kind of curious about what the ICIG would say about who changed the whistleblower form to allow a complaint for which the complainant had no direct evidence.

        Liked by 1 person

        • mimbler says:

          Wasn’t it the ICIG that did it? Seriously; that was my impression.

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          • 1stgoblyn says:

            Yes, it was Atkinson himself. I wonder at whose direction were those changes made.

            Liked by 1 person

          • jbowen82 says:

            I would assume it was someone who worked for him who was responsible for forms who actually made the change. We have no evidence that he ordered it. But being the INSPECTOR GENERAL, one would think he would have the ability to get to the bottom of who did, if it wasn’t him.

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            • mimbler says:

              Yes, and he could have fired him and referred him for criminal charges. He did neither.

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              • jbowen82 says:

                1. We don’t know what he’s done or not done. 2. Civil service. Most likely not fireable. Transfer more likely.

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                • mimbler says:

                  I know what he hasn’t done. He hasn’t made a public statement saying altering the form was wrong, and the person that did it has been dealt with.

                  Leadership speaks volumes to their employees by what they don’t say sometimes.

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                • jbowen82 says:

                  True dat. At least not insofar as we know. It’s possible that nothing can be said because of an active investigation, either of him or by him or both.

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        • Wethal says:

          He changed it, but who asked him to, why and when?

          Liked by 1 person

          • jbowen82 says:

            Yes. It certainly was changed by someone. The person who actually made the change is the starting point, then follow the trail wherever it leads. The IG isn’t the web master. That’s a GS-11 on staff. It’s very, very unlikely that anyone in the bureaucracy would change anything without others knowing about it. This was not a mistake. It was deliberate. We need to know how it came about.

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    • Troublemaker10 says:

      How can the Dems withhold evidence from the trial?

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  22. Reserved55 says:

    Evidence hiding in plain sight

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  23. gsonFIT says:

    Adam Schiff is a fact witness!

    and a BITCH!

    Liked by 4 people

  24. paintbrushsage says:

    Cipolline…”It’s long past time that we start this, so we can end this, so we can go have an election.”

    Liked by 3 people

  25. RC23321 says:

    Look at how messy the Dem’s table is.

    Liked by 3 people

  26. lotbusyexec says:

    Does Chuck Schumer NOT know how to read? Why pass it along for court officer to read? Guess he was told how annoying his voice is and to keep it short.

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  27. OmegaManBlue says:

    LOL democrats want to go around court process and have chief justice issue subpoenas that probably can’t be appealed.

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  28. Pew-Anon says:

    Cipillone is not much better than Sekulow. Disjointed and rambling. At least Schiff can string his lies together coherently. This should be so straightforward and easy.

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  29. Reserved55 says:

    Choomer is attempting to do Schiffty’s work for him. Motion to table.

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  30. butch cassidy says:

    Great job by presidents council. That was a great start.

    Liked by 15 people

  31. donnyvee says:

    Just opinion but my take on the upcoming election is that only an extremely small number of people who voted for our POTUS in 2016 will voting against him in 2020. (perhaps just those who are dead at the time of the election who will be voting democrat). That said, I’m thinking, before but especially with the impeachment debacle, that a lot who didn’t vote for DJT the last time around will be voting for him this time. The #WALKAWAY videos are amazing.

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  32. Nick the Deplorable says:

    Dems lose again in the courts.

    Liked by 13 people

  33. Reserved55 says:

    Choomer, it’s against the law to not attend a foreign President’s inauguration.

    Liked by 1 person

  34. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  35. booger71 says:

    Just sopeona every phone call and email for everyone in the U.S why don’t ya Chuck

    Liked by 5 people

  36. All Hype says:

    I am watching live Shumer’s request for documents. All these documents should have collected these when this fiasco was in the House. This is all just political theater, sad really

    Liked by 8 people

  37. Reserved55 says:

    Damn, the President serves at Masha’s preference.

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  38. Debra says:

    The evidence they are seeking sounds like they are desperate to know what the administration have on THEM, such that they can start to prepare THEIR defenses.

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  39. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  40. trapper says:

    The president’s legal team should order 500 copies of “Profiles in Corruption: Abuse of Power by America’s Progressive Elite,” which discloses the corruption of the Biden family, send them over to the Senate, and have the book admitted as Defense Exhibit 1.

    https://www.breitbart.com/2020-election/2020/01/20/joe-bidens-brother-frank-linked-to-projects-receiving-54000000-in-taxpayer-loans-from-the-obama-administration-despite-no-experience/

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  41. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  42. freepetta says:

    The RATS 🐀 are such LIARS and showing this case is about NOTHING . I keep turning off Schiffbag and Chuckie Schumer. They truly suck and are difficult to listen to trying to make SOMETHING out of NOTHING!!

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  43. paintbrushsage says:

    Cipolline broke Schiff.

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  44. Meanwhile, by the press pool

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  45. Bob, Esq. says:

    In Re: Ukraine

    Remember how the Wolfe plea agreement confirmed just how deep the corruption ran? Well, when Victoria Nuland took over Ukraine for the Democratic Party, we here in the U.S. apparently weren’t kept apprised of it via the same mechanisms responsible for the Russia Collusion Coup.

    https://consortiumnews.com/2015/01/06/nyt-still-pretends-no-coup-in-ukraine/

    https://consortiumnews.com/2014/09/03/the-whys-behind-the-ukraine-crisis/

    https://consortiumnews.com/2015/07/13/the-mess-that-nuland-made/

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  46. Ackman419 says:

    I just rewatched Sekulow,
    I think he was great. Great intro framing the rush to impeachment as a dismissal of constitutionally and historically affirmed separation of powers.

    Liked by 7 people

  47. islandpalmtrees says:

    If the 4 RINOS jump ship and allow witnesses then look for all hell to break out. If they go for the documents to be admitted by subpoenaed then it starts.

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  48. Bob, Esq. says:

    A peek inside the minds of Leftists who have have “jettisoned all the norms and conventions of tennis-court morality” as well as truth itself just to bring us this [Moscow] Show Trial Impeachment

    From “Darkness at Noon” by Arthur Koestler

    Whoever proves right in the end must first be and do wrong. But it is only after the fact that we learn who was right to begin with. In the meantime we act on credit, in the hope of being absolved by history.

    They say that Number One always keeps a copy of Machiavelli’s Prince lying by his bedside. He’s right to do so; since then, nothing of note has been written about the ethics of statesmanship. We were the first to replace the nineteenth century’s liberal ethos of “fair play” with the revolutionary morals of the twentieth century. And we, too, were right to do so: the idea of a revolution following the rules of a tennis match is absurd. Politics can be fair when history pauses to catch its breath, but at critical turning points there is no other standard than the old proposition that the ends justify the means. We were the ones who introduced neo-Machiavellism into this century; the others, the counter-revolutionary dictatorships, offered crude imitations. Our neo-Machiavellianism was on behalf of cosmopolitan reason—that was our greatness; theirs in the name of a limited, nationalistic romanticism—that is their anachronism. Therefore in the end we will be absolved by history, and they will not. …

    For the time being, though, we think and act on credit. And because we have jettisoned all the norms and conventions of tennis-court morality, our only guideline is logic. We live with the terrible necessity of carrying our thoughts and actions through to their conclusion. We are sailing without ballast, so that every turn of the wheel is a matter of life and death.

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  49. Reserved55 says:

    Andrew Communist McCarthy is arguing in favor of Schiffty.

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  50. CM-TX says:

    Heads up:

    | Supreme Court turns away case that could have helped Dems get unredacted Mueller report |

    “A court ruling in an obscure case that threw a roadblock before House Democrats’ efforts to obtain secret grand jury information from Robert Mueller’s report on the Russia investigation will remain in place, as the Supreme Court announced Tuesday it will not hear the case.”

    “The case, McKeever v. Barr, has nothing at all to do with Mueller, Russia or President Trump, but rather it involves one man’s quest for records related to the 1956 disappearance of Columbia University professor Jesus de Galindez and the secrecy surrounding grand jury testimony.”

    “The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that a court cannot order the release of grand jury information — which is typically kept secret — except in specific situations outlined in Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure 6(e).”

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/scotus-turns-away-case-that-could-have-helped-dems-get-unredacted-mueller-report

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