Trump Impeachment Results In Acquittal

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Ima da Sheriff
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What happened happened. It won't be forgotten. But it is NOT the end of history. Life DOES go on.

I get kidded here for saying, "But Hillary".

Are we going to "But Trump" endlessly, or are we going to move on?
Not while Trump is still on the political scene. Hillary is out.
 

johnsmith

Moderator
Staff member
Keep in mind that Trump was defeated in the election BEFORE the events of January 6th.
It was what trump did and said from the date of that election up to the riots that caused the riots. It wasn't any one thing or one speech. It was the total accumulation of everything he said and there is absolutly no disputing that. The ONLY reason the republicans voted to aquit him was to save their own arses. It had absolutely nothing to do wiuth them believing him to be innocent.
 
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johnsmith

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Are we going to "But Trump" endlessly, or are we going to move on?

for someone who said 'but Hillary' for years after she lost you're certainly in a hurry to move on from Trump. The impeachment trial is barely over and you already want it forgotten?
 

Shellandshilo1956

Active member
What happened happened. It won't be forgotten. But it is NOT the end of history. Life DOES go on.

I get kidded here for saying, "But Hillary".

Are we going to "But Trump" endlessly, or are we going to move on?

I get the "But Hillary.." Seth. But at least Hillary was aware of her illegal actions. She was never elected POTUS. She has never been formally charged or indicted for any crimes. She has never been impeached by Congress for any crimes. And, at least she was intelligence enough to try to cover-up/conceal her crimes. Her electability for any public office is over.

But Trump is a narcissistic sociopath, without any social empathy. He has stated many times that as president he can do whatever he pleases. So, his moral compass only points to whatever is right to him. Fame, ego, and legacy are all that matters to him. The ends will always justify the means for him. Trump represents some very serious questions. Even when all the red flags were raised by this failed businessman and racists, why did millions of voter still vote for him? Even with all of his buffooneries his blatant lies, his obvious incompetence, and his total lack of political experience, why did almost 63M people still vote for him? We need to know why this happened, to make sure that this never happens again. The Office of the Presidency is far too damn important for this to have happened. The only thing worst than a moron accusing Obama of not being born in the US, or being a Harvard professor, are the morons that believed him.

I guess people just want to believe whatever they want to believe. Once people make up their mind about any belief, it is very difficult for them to change it. Even when using the facts. Try convincing over 50% of religious America, that snakes and donkeys don't speak.

I also think that your flippant dismissal of those who died at the Capital building was callous at worst, and insensitive at best. I am sorry that hearing about Trump's misdeeds are so painful for you to hear. But it was more painful for me, my country, and the rest of the world to hear for the last 4 years.
 

DonDeeHippy

Active member
Now USA has sent a clear message to any future President that at the end of their term they can incite the population to try to take over the government and if they fail no consequences... well done America :Salute:Salute:Salute:Salute
 
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