This 15 July 2019 British Channel 4 TV video says about itself: Trump says his racist tweets are “not at all” racist Four outspoken Democratic politicians – all women of colour, all US citizens, all but one born in the United States, yet, according to President Trump, they should all go home and fix the […]
WASHINGTON (AP) — Some are watching old video of his previous testimony. Others are closely re-reading his 448-page report. And almost all are worrying about how they’ll make the most of the short time they’ll have for questioning. Robert Mueller, the Democrats know, will be tough to crack. The stern, reticent former FBI director has…
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi continues to refuse calls for impeachment proceedings to begin, despite the speaker stating she believes that Donald Trump has been involved in a criminal cover-up. Joy Reid and her panel discuss how the Democratic base appears to be increasingly alienated by House Democrats refusing to impeach the president, and what their logic might be.
After a panel discussion on the Democrats’ health policy agenda in Monterey Park on Monday, Pelosi deflected questions about impeachment from reporters and said the news media were placing “a great deal of attention” on the topic.“What we’re doing is legislating. We’ve sent bills to the Senate that talk about our Dreamers, we’ve sent bills to the Senate that talk about gun violence prevention,” Pelosi said, adding that she believes those issues are “unifying, they’re not dividing for our country.”
Minutes after the event concluded, Orange County freshman Rep. Katie Porter (D-Irvine) announced in a video that she supports opening an impeachment inquiry against President Trump.
The conflicting messages provide a preview of the ongoing struggle House leaders face as they try to contain talk of impeachment this summer. More than a quarter of Democrats in the House have publicly supported opening an impeachment inquiry, 14 of them from California.
Trump’s WWE Event in the Oval Office Turned Into a Massive Self-Own
To impeach President Trump or not to impeach; and if, then when to impeach – The real question|CRIMSON TAZVINZWA||
To be, or not to be, that is the question:
Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune,
Or to take arms against a sea of troubles
And by opposing end them. To die—to sleep,
No more; and by a sleep to say we end
The heart-ache and the thousand natural shocks
That flesh is heir to: ’tis a consummation
Devoutly to be wish’d … ,
the law’s delay,
The insolence of office, and the spurns that patient merit of th’unworthy takes//WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE(from Hamlet, spoken by Hamlet)
Going out of tested and tried time
It’s been done this way before, it worked, therefore it should work this time as well for nothing has changed; all elements still equal and constant. There is no reason for doubt whatsoever.
They tried it on us before remember – during president Bill Clinton ‘impeachment in 1990s; it spectacularly backfired and exploded into their face didn’t it; meaning the ‘Grand Old Party’ (GOP); therefore it is pretty much the same, outcomewise, politically – better off avoded like a skunk – to avoid de javu.
Who said? Sounds like House Speaker Nancy Pelosi argument.
It is just that politics, morality and ethics aren’t good company.
Trump declares ‘case closed’ after Robert Mueller comments | PBS NewsHour
The Wisest Remedy Is Not Impeachment, if the Democrats move ahead, it will backfire//Crimson Tazvinzwa
Special Counsel Robert Mueller in a rare, a first public appearance and statement late last week emphasized and underlined that there is strong evidence that Trump obstructed justice, and that only Congress can constitutionally decide what to do about that evidence.
Over to you, Nancy Pelosi.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is perceived by many as refusing to commit to impeaching Donald Trump, despite many viewing Robert Mueller as strongly implying it is the responsibility of Congress to hold the president accountable for many of the misdeeds outlined in Mueller’s report.