Second Session – Day Two – Senate Impeachment Trial – 3:50pm Livestream…

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There will be 24 hours of presentation by House Impeachment Managers (over 3 days); 24 hours of presentation by Defense team (over 3 days); 16 hours of Senate questioning; 4 hours of closing arguments, equally divided; and then a Senate debate/vote on further motions to include witnesses. 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.

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537 Responses to Second Session – Day Two – Senate Impeachment Trial – 3:50pm Livestream…

  1. hoosiertruthfan says:

    The point is, this is what it looks like when out of control, power hungry self-important bureaucrats and autocrats feel the need to flex their perceived muscles.
    We voted wrong in 2016 and they’re going to make damned sure we don’t get the chance to do so again in 2020.

    I’m beyond sick of the nonsense. I wish term limits were a possibility but they will never allow us to stop the gravy train.
    I wish we had the power to do unto them and they are doing unto us and our amazing President Trump.

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    • bessie2003 says:

      The closest we may get to term limits is to repeal the 17th Amendment and put the selection of Senators back into the hands of the individual State legislators.

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      • IGiveUp says:

        If control of the Presidency and the central govt is so important that people will lie, cheat, steal and kill for it, that means the central govt is too important and powerful. We didn’t start out that way as a country. The individual states had to be coaxed into our federal arrangement with what were considered safeguards against a too powerful central gov’t. The Civil War changed all that–and had to. But now it’s time to change it back. The solution is to make controlling a state as enticing as controlling the federal gov’t. This way we can freely and peacefully choose to be as different from one another as we wish while maintaining our national boundaries and military protection. Let the states with the better system win.

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        • bayoukiki says:

          Which is another way of saying that the federal government should perform only the duties set forth in the constitution and leave everything else up to the states the way it was intended

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      • dd_sc says:

        That would be nice, but good luck getting 67 senators to go along with that plan.

        Have to go the State Convention route to repeal.

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  2. TwoLaine says:

    AG’s standing up for President TRUMP. Watch. Get your tissues ready!

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  3. jeans2nd says:

    Jesse Waters just told the truth. The networks dumped coverage for the soaps.
    Fox has dumped coverage.

    CN&N and MSDNC are now on their own. Keep an eye on their ratings.

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  4. Heika says:

    And amid all this – the circus. THE ORIGINS of this circus of executive clowns – this… truth

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    • Sammy Hains says:

      What I don’t understand is why President Trump didn’t say “YOU’RE FIRED!” to every single 0bama holdover and Swamp creature, and bring real Americans from outside DC to staff his administration.

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      • cdquarles says:

        Can’t do that now. Something about the Civil Service, because of “corruption” in the Grant administration and ‘victor gets the spoils’, where a winner did get to completely remove the previous administration’s people. From an old man’s memory of US history, as taught way back in the ’60s. Ah, here it is, passed during Chester Arthur’s presidency, ca 1883: https://www.ourdocuments.gov/doc.php?flash=false&doc=48&page=transcript .

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      • thedoc00 says:

        Because they are NOT appointees, whom he can fire at the drop of hat and then battle McConnell and GOPe for at least an appointee who will follow some of his orders.

        The creatures are “professional” employees protected by Federal Labor Laws. That is the reason for the well publicized move by outgoing Obama in December 2016 for moving nearly 10,000 of his appointees into the “professional” ranks.

        There are nearly 2 million “employees” in the Executive Branch who were hired by Obama-Clinton-Carter. The rest were hired by Bush II.

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        • Despicable Me says:

          Uh, many, like me though now retired, were hired by Reagan and many others were hired by Bush I.

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          • thedoc00 says:

            Yep and what is your point? The current crop is outside your hire-retire cycle and are now the deep state.

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            • Despicable Me says:

              That’s is absolutely not true and you have no idea what you are talking about. I’m not saying there are people who unsympathetic POTUS and his agenda. I was there for over 30 years and only retired recently. There were and still are many POTUS loyalists among those you so loosely lump into the Deep State. Several I still have contact with are excited to attend next weeks rally in NJ. Also, Carter was listed in the initial listing and there were two republican presidents (three administrations) between Carter and Clinton so why leave out Reagan and Bush I? What’s your point?

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          • Despicable Me says:

            Meant to say that I’m not saying that there AREN’T people who aren’t sympathetic to POTUS and his agenda. To say that everyone currently working for the USG who was hired by those you named is simply inaccurate.

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      • konradwp1 says:

        See below. Keep Vindman where he could be watched may have been a good thing.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        But PDJT could have assigned all the spies and liars (eg, obama SES plants) to their new rented headquarters in Gary Indiana (which very much needs the tax revenue and salary influx !!), where they are assigned to write up their expertise (like disney forced its existing US Citizen employees to train their foreign replacements).
        Transfer the entire “fabled in infamy” 7th FBI floor to Gary, to cover the government financial crime in Chicago, and the murders, which need their full attention.

        “Take 4 years, make sure you get all your expertise is recorded…)”

        Meanwhile, get some Tzars (like obama did) to do the necessary work. Anything obama did couldn’t possibly be wrong…

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        • thedoc00 says:

          That is 2 million+ reassignments and the laws and regulations protecting them make this an utterly impractical comment.

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          • Beau Geste says:

            not so, DOC. There are only a few thousand SES employees. Not all were planted by obama/lawfare.

            Gary Indiana can easily accommodate 5,000 SES employees, with all the empty buildings there.

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            • thedoc00 says:

              It is far more than the SES employees. I beg to differ,. It goes the whole way down to anybody who handles any kind of correspondence or does any analysis. In my professional life in civil industry i dealt with many “lower” level Federal employees who could cause allot of damage because of the information they handled or developed. The SES folks and senior people below them hire the support staff as well. It is a 2 million person issue.

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              • Beau Geste says:

                just deal with those SES planted by obama. They keep their “spoils” of salary, and memorialize their great, protected “expertise” in Gary, Indiana, far from DC. (their “expertise” is the legislative reason to keep them, so let them record it).

                Appoint some “Tzars” to help PDJT, like obama did when elected. The other, lower-level bureaucrats typically “wait-out” Presidents, who only last 4-8 years, which is no different for any president. They are pretty useless, but will slowly and inefficiently do most day-to-day work assigned when not on 6-week vacation, and do not have to be involved in new policy introduction or actions.

                PDJT is slowly reducing their supernumerary bloatedness, by not hiring.

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      • linda4298 says:

        Potus not being a swamp politician, didn’t know any better and the r n c didn’t trust him.

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        • Sammy Hains says:

          “Drain the Swamp” was a Trump campaign slogan. Trump released the most powerful political ad of all time in the days before the election exposing the corruption of Washington DC. The ad came directly from a campaign speech he gave.

          So you can’t say he didn’t know. Perhaps he didn’t really believe his own rhetoric. Perhaps he was the kid who told his parents there was a monster under his bed, only to discover later there really was one.

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          • Risa says:

            Perhaps PDJT didn’t realize that his own party would work so strongly against him.

            I trust him to do his best under the circumstances. They have thrown EVERYTHING at him and yet there hope he is, still fighting for us. What more can we ask?

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            • Sammy Hains says:

              “His own party” worked strongly against him from the moment he announced his candidacy. There was intrigue around every corner:

              “How is the RNC going to try to stack the debates against Trump?”

              “How are the Republicans going to try to keep Trump off the primary ballots?”

              “How are the Republicans going to try to strip the nomination from Trump at the Convention?”

              “How are the Republicans going to try to force Trump off the ticket and replace his name on the ballot?”

              “How are the Republicans going to try to stop electors from voting for Trump?”

              And on and on…

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          • mimbler says:

            I don’t think he had any idea of the magnitude of the swamp. I have heard about it my whole adult life, and believed that there was indeed corruption.

            But I didn’t realize that entire bureaucracies were staffed with seditious deep staters. I had no idea.

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          • Somebody says:

            I think he naively thought regular civil servants would honorably serve their President.

            As for the appointees, I don’t think he trusted them, nor does to this day. However, there are thousands of appointees and he lacked the rolodex to fill them all. Many he wanted the senate nixed, he’s still fighting for some but they’re slow walking them. The ones they approved quickly and overwhelmingly were all establishment hacks that have stabbed him in the back. I don’t see much difference between the latter category and the Obama holdovers

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          • David A says:

            The vast majority of people have no idea how difficult it is to change the culture of a midsize company. ( I have that experience) It is phenomenal and beyond the comprehension of most to understand what our POTUS has endevored to accomplish.

            He has far more idea of what he is facing then anyone of us, far more, and he is doing far more then anyone I ever met could possibly do.

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      • Jederman says:

        That is a legit question.

        Drilling down a little further and the question is (assuming the idea that 250 years of the peaceful transfer of power in this country was still operative) why didn’t the loathsome, immature, ill-mannered, empty suit obama put out the word, to the effect, we’re all disappointed HRC didn’t win … yada yada, but for the good of the country I WILL EXTEND THE SAME COURTESY AFFORDED ME IN 2008 by ensuring the transition between my outgoing an PT’s incoming admin is smooth, and urge all Americans to do their part in support of this president?

        We know the answer to that question. The rotten obama cares more about his foolish ideology than he does about this country. He ACTIVELY conspired against the incoming president of the other party, his political opposition.

        He is the first (half) black American prezzy. He is also the smallest and most morally useless person to occupy the office.

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        • jebg46 says:

          Just the fact that obama created his “Organized for America” army to run from just 2 miles from the White House shows he had no intention of a peaceful transition of power. His surrogates even called for more blood in the streets. He wanted to be the new world order king.

          I found this to be very frightening,

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        • jebg46 says:

          Just the fact that obama created his “Organized for America” army to run from just 2 miles from the White House shows he had no intention of a peaceful transition of power. His surrogates even called for more blood in the streets. He wanted to be the new world order king.

          I found this to be very frightening,

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    • konradwp1 says:

      I believe the origins of the cheap Ukrainian sequel to Russia! Russia! Russia! needs a lot more scrutiny.

      Note that the Dims dived in boots and all, before Trump released the transcripts. I don’t believe this was “Yes! We’ve finally got him for something”, I think this was “Yes! He took the bait! We’ve got him!”

      Look at all the black hats infesting the NSC. I believe they tried to push Trump to make a “Quid pro quo” when giving foreign policy advice. The higher security classification on the transcript may have led them to believe they had succeeded.

      After the failure of Russia! Russia! Russia!, going again would have been a huge gamble unless they “knew” what was in the transcripts and could count on Trump refusing to release them.

      I suspect they thought Bannon’s early warning to Trump about Vindman, would be forgotten after Bannon left the Whitehouse. I suspect Vindman was under watch since January 2017.

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    • Dabigragu says:

      Heika, I just posted Sharyl Attkisson’s article summarizing this article. Apologies, didn’t see your post.
      It’s great though, thank you !

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    • Joebkonobi says:

      The $64 dollar question is why didn’t Barr investigate Ciamerella & Co.? It was apparent within the first week that it had a fishy smell to it and that there were co-conspirators. An aggressive investigation could have ended coup II. My trust in Barr is at zero.

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  5. Ken Maritch says:

    Just tuned in, is this live, or is this a replay of last night’s sessions…. Hard to tell.

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  6. Bogeyfree says:

    For those who are completely bored, with Shifty and the boys, good news as Sundance should have a lot of fun with this upcoming thread.

    Liked by 6 people

  7. gsonFIT says:

    What makes the whole thing so confounding is dems candidate HRC contracted foreigner Chris Steele to use Russia for political gain and 2016 election leverage. dems are now projecting guilt as well as their crimes

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  8. Hans says:

    Vindman prepare memorandum for president and he did not use it. Sure sounds Vindman is bitter to me. Obviously Vindman runs Foreign Policy at least in his mind.. thats the State Dept fo you.
    Ukraine learned about the hold thru an article in th NYT. Once again the State Dept runs policy thru leaks to the NYT.

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    • konradwp1 says:

      I think Vindman’s bitterness is more than “He didn’t follow our policy advice”. I suspect “He didn’t fall for our trap!” is a good part if it.

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      • Jederman says:

        If you mean policy + ideology I agree with you.

        Vindman was/is an errand boy on the NSC. He is a chubby little 05 surrounded by SES types. He shuffles paper, makes phone calls etc etc.

        I don’t believe his nose is out of joint because of policy disagreements with the NEW admin. Based on reports from his former commander, prior to NSC, he was an obama worshiper and as such, anti-American.

        He is part of the resistance prancing around in an Army officer costume.

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    • G. Alistar says:

      Vindman’s bitterness is irrelevant, what is unconscionable is his clear violation of the long standing requirement for ALL members of our Armed Forces to remain strictly apolitical! The Hatch Act, tradition and each of the services policy requirements mandates that the Soldiers never takes side, I would expect the same for Soldiers serving in a Clinton/Obama Administration as well a Regan/ Trump Administration. Regardless of his personal politics, Vindman disgraced the uniform, the Army and his oath. His actions destroyed trust between the Army and the people and the leaders our people elect.

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      • 55praises says:

        Politicizing the military is another consequence of that ‘transformation’ Obama so clearly infused into everything he did. He is responsible for the snowball rolled down a hill that got bigger and bigger…becoming an avalanche. How one person could cause so much division in our country continues to astound and appall me.

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  9. Meanwhile:

    CNN Poll: Sanders Takes Over Top Spot From Biden
    https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/01/cnn-poll-sanders-takes-over-top-spot-from-biden/#more-307038
    “The latest CNN poll conducted by SSRS shows registered Democrats or Democratic-leaning independents prefer Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) over former Vice President Joe Biden.
    “This is the first time Biden did not come out on top of a CNN national poll.
    “The poll also showed it as a two-person race between the old white males. Sanders has 27% of the respondents while Biden grabbed 24%.”

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    • hoosiertruthfan says:

      Now that is funny. The network that set up the whole “woman can’t be president” scandal in cahoots with Warren succeeded in making Bernie the new leader in the race.
      You can’t make this stuff up, lol.

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      • Guyski says:

        Women are sexist against women? Or thank you Hillary?

        Asked whether a woman can win the US presidency, a whopping 84% of voters say yes, but there is a notable gender divide here. While only 9% of men say a women could not win the U.S. presidency, that figure about doubles among women, 20% of whom say no, a woman cannot win the presidency. That figure stands at roughly 20% among women regardless of age, party, education level or race.

        https://www.cnn.com/2020/01/22/politics/cnn-poll-sanders-biden-january-national/index.html

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        • Romans 8:31 says:

          Guyski,

          They’re just confused by the question! They need clarification.
          1. Is that a woman that identifies as a woman?
          2. Is that a man that identifies as a woman?
          3. Is that a man ‘transitioning’ to a woman but still acts like a man acting like a woman?
          4. Is that a ze that identifies as a woman?
          5. ad infinitum… It’s vewy vewy confoozing to be liberal.

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          • G. Alistar says:

            There was a time when women were women….and men were damn glad of it. I think we should make the democrats come out in public and define exactly what is a woman.

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      • thedoc00 says:

        Bloomberg may now have to spend “all his money to beat President Trump” to the communist Bernie Sanders to buy him out. That is another bonus and nearly as funny the thought of having a capitalist Billionaire transferring wealth to the Billionaire hating communist.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      One must always read the fine print in these polls.

      “58% admitted they might change their mind.”

      “57% of those questioned said it is more important the Democratic Party chooses a candidate who has a “strong chance” of beating President Donald Trump”

      “Almost half of them believe Biden has the best chance to beat Trump even though only 24% of them chose him.”

      Bottom line – no one has yet told them for whom to vote. These are Socialist democrats, after all.
      Believe them at your peril

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      • Beau Geste says:

        In our semi-totalian society, real people are afraid to say their real preferences. They might be fired. They might be “doxxed”. They might have crazy pussy-hat antifa thugs attack them at restaurants. They might get a bad grade from a hetefully biased teacher/professor. This is known as “preference falsification, which is common in totalitarian countries. In addition to intentionally false polling by the pollsters trying to propagandize about what “most people” think, true response to polls is prevented because of “preference falsification” from fear of totalitarian/bias attack.

        In addition, when a “pollster” calls, or a poll is presented on the web, many people know it is likely a scam to get names for aggressive funding solicitation, or for dem voting suppression attack. The info is combined with TV watching and web browsing info.

        When there is significant, or massive, propaganda to isolate, suppress and malignantly dictate peoples’ real views (which we have from the new media monopolies, corporate monopolies, schools/universities and entrenched government) there is a social potential energy potential built up, which can be triggered by realization that others share views and have the courage to act on them. This is known as a “preference cascade”. A textbook example is the built-up antipathy to the romanian totalitarian government, which was suddenly triggered by public realization by propagandized individuals that they were not alone. The pent-up social pressure was so great that Ceausescu was toppled and executed within days.

        The election of PDJT was a “preference cascade” of citizens secretly voting against the propaganda that crooked hillary was assured of election, and was to be feared for retribution against her “enemies” after her election to power. Similarly, bernie supporters are evidence of a potential “preference cascade” of voters who know they are poorly served by the dem corruption and propaganda machine. “Its a big crooked club that steals from them to give to their millionaire buddies, and they know they ain’t in it”.

        PDJT has significant opportunity for another secret “preference cascade” in the november voting booths, which includes potential latent support from triggered bernie supporters.

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      It’s just a matter of time until Bernie ‘It’s MY Turn” Sanders moves out ahead of the pack and is acknowledged as the clear front runner. Then the DNC bigwigs will have a choice to make. Allow him to secure the nomination or come up with some covert way to take him out of the race? Either way the Democrats lose control of the House come November and fail to take the Senate or the White House. Watch and see, and be sure to get all your friends and family to vote for Donald J. Trump.

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    • 1stgoblyn says:

      Here’s my $.02 on the Dims charge that VSPGPDJT asked Zelensky for help with his 2020 election bid. In April, 2019 Biden threw his hat in the ring and BERNIE was in the lead. NO ONE KNEW who the 2020 Dim nominee would be, so why would POTUS need any help with his one opponent, Sleepy Joe, who he had no fear of as an opponent.

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    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      previous poll from this outfit was dec 15, so we cannot finely judge the impact of Bernie staffers being exposed as the Revolutionary Communists they are.

      I have no idea why Bernie might be ascending and Warren descending a bit. I find it hard to believe we have hit Peak Warren (not my term – i saw that “Peak [Candidate]” thing somewhere else). I expect that she may perform well in a couple early primaries and will look like a winner and pick up some momentum. I believe Warren and Bernie share sympathetic potential supporters.

      It looks like “dont know” and “none” % have been dropping, and momentum is moving toward saying someone versus no one – and Bernie is the guy getting the shift from those who are making a decision, or are moving from the recent drop-outs.

      We may have hit Peak Biden.

      Klobuchar and Buttykeg have gained a bit; I believe they appear the most rational / least Communist. I really believe that both will gain ground as Go-Time hits.

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  10. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Andy liked girls.

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    • ElTocaor says:

      I get it, BUT

      Andy Kauffman was an amazing artist. Not only that, outside of his performance mode, by all accounts he was an angel. So well mannered, and so polite. Everyone he knew thought he was a wonderful man. I just feel it is very unbecoming to compare Kauffman to Schiff like that. Kauffman only acted like a clown. Schiff is a clown. Kauffman is a legend and will be remembered fondly forever. Schiff is an infamous demon.

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  11. Cobicat says:

    That stupid dumb broad can’t take eyes off script. Pathetic. Affirmative action in all its glory

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  12. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • Johnny Boost says:

      I wonder if they vote to dismiss this case before Trump’s team gives their formal rebuttal. Also I wouldn’t be surprised if a couple of Dems vote to dismiss just to express their disgust with Pelosi & Co. for wasting everyone’s time and making them look like fools.

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      • konradwp1 says:

        If they let the proceedings agreed to run their course, that’s 32 hours of the Schiff and Nadler show. That’s a huge incentive to dismiss early. Even Democrats will be moaning in pain before this day is out.

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    • willthesuevi says:

      Not hard to figure. They didn’t just develop integrity and a conscience.

      When the biggest cash cow fundraiser probably in RNC history is the man on trial, you better get on board, or get left behind.

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      • thedoc00 says:

        It also helps when the democrat leadership of the House and Senate as well as the democrat House Impeachment Managers are publicly threatening and insulting the very RINO’s who’s votes they need on TV during recesses and after the hearings.

        Maybe Pierre Delecto’s crew a beginning realize they are lumped with the evil deplorables no matter how they vote.

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        • Issy says:

          Senator Delecto considers himself as the epitome of what a statesman should be is defiled by those crude democrats. The indignity of it is insufferable to a man of his statue. 🙂

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        • willthesuevi says:

          Not Romney.

          I have never seen a more tone deaf Republican in the last 20 years; with Flake, Rubio, Murkowski, Gardner, Collins and the late J. McCain that is saying something.

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  13. TwoLaine says:

    Lindsey Graham Press Conference earlier today.

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  14. markwilson2020 says:

    Jesse Watters goes off on Adam Shiff.

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  15. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • Justin Green says:

      Wow, Chris almost brought himself to say “Adam Schiff lied”. I bet that was hard for Chris.

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    • Jederman says:

      The entire schitt, nadler, pelosi case is a series of “misrepresentations.” That is what astounds me.

      They have nothing substantive so they infer a (self serving) meaning, without proof, for every word or deed from the admin.

      They would not have tried and would not have gotten this far without the eager assistance and encouragement of the unethical and anti-American U.S. “press.”

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  16. Reserved55 says:

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  17. jeans2nd says:

    This should go well. Ask John Dean and Anderson Vanderbilt anything on shampeachment at 6:30 p.m. EST Anyone with a twitter…you know what to do…

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  18. milktrader says:

    Haha haha Joe Biden is above the law you bloviating fraud

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  19. NJMAGA says:

    But Chris never has a problem when Schiff lies about POTUS. In fact, he helps Schiff perpetrate the lie.

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  20. Linda says:

    Breaking up the threads?? Where can we find them? All day and only 173 comments??

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  21. A Call for Honesty says:

    Notice how these Democrat accusers are doing exactly the same thing as the Democrat senators did in the shameful and outrageous hearing of justice Brett Kavanaugh: they keep repeating, over and over and over, prefabricated claims and hearsay, false reports and malicious witness. This is a miscarriage of justice when someone has his reputation impugned “legally” by politicians, lawyers and the media with no consequences for the slanderers. There seems to be no justice in the USA and among so many of the legal fraternity regarding this issue.

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  22. bertdilbert says:

    This is stupid. Twice I tuned in today and twice they are making claims that Ukraine is in a hot war and Russia bla bla bla. Obama sent them blankets and MRE’s. Trump reinvigorated NATO funding and sent lethal aid. NATO increase was 100 billion. The claim that withholding Ukraine aid threatening national security does not pan out..

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  23. milktrader says:

    This current dude is a damned embarrassment

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  24. willthesuevi says:

    Ok, this looks like I am talking to myself. I do that occasionally, but here I was answering a question someone asked. Now gone. 🙂

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  25. TwoLaine says:

    Uh oh! Hiding in plain sight again.

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  26. Why do they start SO LATE every day? So the nutjobs in Adam Schiff’s home district don’t have to get out of bed early to watch?

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  27. Reserved55 says:

    Should have asked how much they were paid.

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  28. It’s not fair. Adam has an advantage–he’s used to being up at 3 am at Buck’s Party Palace.

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  29. milktrader says:

    This guy isn’t helping as he drones on

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  30. Reserved55 says:

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  31. Lion2017 says:

    The defense team better destroy these coup plotters!

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  32. TwoLaine says:

    Are we back to Quid Pro Quo again? Why is it not in the impeachment articles?

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  33. Hans says:

    Just had outbursts in Impeachment trial in senate. NYONE HEARD WHAT WAS YELLED OUT

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  34. milktrader says:

    Who was the disruptor in the peanut gallery

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  35. decisiontime16 says:

    For the record –

    Ten of 11 amendments introduced by Democrats were shot down by Republicans in a party-line vote. Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) was the only lawmaker to break with her party during one of the amendment votes.

    https://nypost.com/2020/01/22/senate-passes-mcconnells-impeachment-rules-after-more-than-12-hours-of-debate/?utm_source=deployer&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newslink&utm_term=members&utm_content=20200122212728

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  36. alliwantissometruth says:

    I’d just like to thank the Treepers who’ve had the fortitude and the stomach to watch this utterly boring and utterly repulsive attempt to usurp the peoples power

    Yesterday I watched this ridiculous attempt to portray serious governmental concern for five minutes before the TV went off, and it hasn’t been on again since

    Your words here have kept me abreast on what I need to know, so again, thank you for taking one for the team

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  37. DebbieSemms says:

    Imagine if the GOP had lost the senate…Trump would be gone
    These are the most corrupt people ever to hold a gov office and must be voted out….I am thoroughly disgusted. I just donated to Trump again. It makes me feel better.

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  38. sundance says:

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  39. TwoLaine says:

    What kind of issues?

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  40. Hans says:

    MR Holmes if I remember correctly was asked by Rep. Ratcliffe …what was said by the President before and after his overheard “testimony”. He was stumped …an awkward silence….a question his handlers had not prepped him for..

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  41. booger71 says:

    Smoke break and 2 buckets of KFC for Jerry. Back at 7:05

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  42. Reserved55 says:

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  43. Reserved55 says:

    Found replacements for Romney, Collins and Murkowski

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  44. masoyna morgan says:

    Quick question for someone. Every time McConnell takes a break he says the Senate is in recess. Could POTUS not appoint Judges for the 10-30 minutes? As the Senate is in it’s entirety is in recess.

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    • Lady in Red says:

      You just blew my mind.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      awsome idea, MM. PDJT should just go ahead and appoint a long list of people who can help him, rather than spy and stab him in the back.
      “abuse of power” !!!! screams…
      Senator delecto would be apoplectic in his fevered deliberation.
      (not that the senate is abusing power by lying that it is always in session to prevent constitutionally approved appointments…)

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Great thought but there are unfortunately parliamentary rules and terms as well as senate rules defining recess of a meeting vs recess of a legislative body.

      A+ though for creative thinking.

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  45. linda4298 says:

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  46. Chiefco says:

    Washington Times:One protester erupted inside the Senate chamber on Wednesday during President Trump’s impeachment trial, yelling that Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer is the “devil.”

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  47. Robert Smith says:

    “To assist in page-load-time we’re putting video links of Democrats spewing the same lies ad infinitum. That should slow page traffic.”

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  48. linda4298 says:

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    • Chiefco says:

      Swing Batter Batter…Swing Batter Batter…

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    • konradwp1 says:

      No more Penguin? Is he still on the Senate floor, or is he actually gone?

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      • 1stgoblyn says:

        The camera hasn’t left Schitty as he is rehashing the phone calls/texts regarding the ‘quid pro quo’ of the Zelensky statement for the WH meeting. He stated when he started that they will probably use 2 1/2 hours tonight and so far he hasn’t relinquished the podium. AFAIK anyway.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      That is hilarious when you consider Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi have already said worse, with Nancy making some sort of threat about a resloution and Schumer already proclaimed a cover-up. Lest we forget, Adam Schiff proclaimed them ALL guilty (Senate Republicans and President) no matter how the trial ends.

      It’s obvious the book of their fellow progressive Dale Carnegie, “How to Win Friends and Influence People”, is not on their reading list.

      This book was required reading in 1970’s.

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  49. Ackman419 says:

    The barking seals (libtards) are saying that Schiff should run for President, he is so good at this.
    Can you imagine?
    There is a huge schism that might not get healed for a while.
    I’m not talking about Missouri Compromise type stuff, but this is as big a political divide that I can remember (I’m 49).

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    • JohnCasper says:

      Hitler was good at that sort of thing too and to the same kind of people.

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    • fanbeav says:

      He was elected by 196,000 idiot brainwashed liberals from his district. Not so certain he could ever get 63 million votes!

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    • Beau Geste says:

      It is not hard to imagine schiff being appointed DOJ Attorney General AND Head of the FBI AND chief judge of FISC, all at the same time, by dems to finalize a totalitarian dictatorship, if they get the chance.

      Donate to PDJT (not the GOPe), he can distribute as appropriate…

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    • convert says:

      I am seeing the same thing, as I live behind enemy lines. The hardcore 20% who are rabid pro-impeachment Dems live in an alternate reality. It’s utterly amazing and terrifying. Their take on the impeachment presentation so far is absolutely wacked and detached from reality. They are positive that Shiff is a rousing success.

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      • TarsTarkas says:

        All my family is that way. My wife backed off some after the collapse of the Mueller fiasco.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        Recent research demonstrates that people have widely varied levels of susceptibility to hypnotic suggestion. I, too, have wondered about the alternative reality aspect of irrationality. I hypothesize that there is a strong correlation between the high-end of hypnotic susceptibility, and politically-induced irrationality caused by the hypnotic effect of the monopoly newsmedia,

        While you may find shifty schiff boring, the hyprotically-suggestive are being hypnotized by the constant fake-media droning.

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        • cdquarles says:

          That’s not necessarily true. The subject of hypnosis must want/agree with the suggestion. Otherwise, resistance sets in and that blows things up.

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          • Beau Geste says:

            disagree. The hypnotic state makes a person more easily persuaded. Some people are inherently more susceptible to a hypnotic state of poor and illogical awareness, and therefor hypnotic persuasion.
            QED.
            “(you will wake up after reading the NYT and watching maddow, and believe that hillary is honest…)”

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  50. DebbieSemms says:

    On Wednesday, the March for Life announced that President Donald Trump will be the first sitting president in history to address the pro-life rally in person. The march will take place this Friday, January 24, in Washington, D.C.

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