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Justifying 3 years of Lies

 
 
farmerman
 
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Reply Tue 12 May, 2020 03:28 am
@oralloy,
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Acting like the President did something wrong, when in fact he did noting wrong, was very much a hoax
If you get that conclusion , fine, but its just wrongedy wrong wrong. The "Trial" was pre determined by several caucus checks even before the trial began. The president needed to be impeached. If this were tried in open court, we all know the " trial fixing" would have been removed.

farmerman
 
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Reply Tue 12 May, 2020 04:10 am
@oralloy,
The lies began hen Trump claimed his was the inauguration with the "Highest attendance in History". Both Obama's 2009 inauguration and JFKs inauguration were way bigger in attendance . Excuses for Trump could include poor weather
If youd compare Obamas 2009 the really dense crowd carried past te Washington Monument . The lie was the faux comparison . I know Trump hated Obama but trying to convince the public that the size of attendance between the two inaugurations was a real "pants on fire" moment . That was one of his first lies and hes just gone on to a point of prevaracatorial greatness that even rporters dont much cover em anymore.

Hey, theres something you can be proud of. Trump is truly ''King Whopper'
oralloy
 
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Reply Tue 12 May, 2020 04:59 am
@farmerman,
It looks to me like the lies began when the media used misleading pictures to make it look like the crowds at Mr. Trump's inauguration were smaller than they actually were.
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oralloy
 
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Reply Tue 12 May, 2020 05:00 am
@farmerman,
farmerman wrote:
No what the Senate would not allow is direct testimony and several pieces of non-exculpatory data

They wouldn't allow it because it was just a fishing expedition designed to drag out the impeachment.

Everyone could see that aid to Ukraine was withheld in order to pressure them. The problem with the impeachment charges was that there was absolutely nothing wrong with doing that.
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oralloy
 
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Reply Tue 12 May, 2020 05:01 am
@farmerman,
farmerman wrote:
If you get that conclusion, fine, but its just wrongedy wrong wrong.

It's not wrong. The impeachment charges were quite obviously frivolous nonsense.

Governments withhold aid to pressure each other all the time. Disagreeing with the extent of Congress' authority and letting the courts decide is hardly obstruction.


farmerman wrote:
The "Trial" was pre determined by several caucus checks even before the trial began.

Everyone could see that the impeachment charges were a farce.


farmerman wrote:
The president needed to be impeached.

There was never a need to impeach an innocent president and tie up the government with a frivolous trial for the entire first month of the pandemic.

It was just an attempt to weaken the President in order to help Joe Biden's election chances.


farmerman wrote:
If this were tried in open court, we all know the " trial fixing" would have been removed.

If this had been tried in open court, the judge would have dismissed the charges with prejudice before a jury was even impaneled.
oralloy
 
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Reply Tue 12 May, 2020 05:12 am
@farmerman,
farmerman wrote:
The vote was not a fair guilty/not guilty vote.

It looks fair to me. They saw a witch hunt, and they rejected it.


farmerman wrote:
Mitch Mconnell said beforehand that he was going to make certain that Trump would not be found guilty of the charges.

And rightly so. The charges were a farce.


farmerman wrote:
Thats certainly not a way we do analyses objectively.

There was nothing to analyze. The impeachment was a stunt to try to help Mr. Biden get elected. The Senate was right to slap it down.
farmerman
 
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Reply Tue 12 May, 2020 06:02 am
@oralloy,
Well, keep drinking the kool aid.
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farmerman
 
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Reply Tue 12 May, 2020 06:12 am
@oralloy,
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If this had been tried in open court, the judge would have dismissed the charges with prejudice before a jury was even impaneled.Signature
Only if brought by the prosecuting attorneys. This wouldnt be a civil case.
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