Things that make you go hmmmmm...
Jones will be in the hot seat.
Count Manchin as a no vote along with Jones and Sinema. Three Red State Democrats who know Trump is popular with their constituents.
Im assuming Doug Jones is one of them, and the dude from Michigan is another.
And possibly monkeys will fly out of my ass, but i think THAT would be a More likely
I guess they’ll make up for Romney, Collins & Murkowski.
My prediction as well.
What about waffling with a “Present” vote?
Might just get away with it! LOL! I really don’t like these people.
Clear him of what? The man didn’t do ANYTHING wrong assbutts!! You freakin evil rats!! Screw you!!
Deep Down, I believe this whole charade was so that Pelosi could turn around and say, “Ok, guys, I got you your impeachment, so leave me alone.”
She won’t pay the price for it, the Squad will, and the thing is, both her and Trump will end up benefitting from it, because she will regain control over the Party.
Which leads me to think that behind the scenes this is all Kabuki Theater and Pelosi and Trump have worked it all out.
Always remember, things are never as they seem in DC.
I really like it that the younger Democrat politicians are willing to sacrifice their futures to try and cover up the crimes of the old Democrat leaders.
They're hurrying to get on record now since they know it's unlikely there will be any hearings...........
Manchin won’t vote for this crap.. take that to the bank.
Doug Jones knows if he votes for it he’s done, but he’s probably done anyway, so who knows what he’ll do.
If they are on the ballot this fall and not in a deep blue state, I would openly assume they will likely not vote to convict.
Manchin a sure bet
Jones & Enema possible.
Romney will be very concerned. I double dog dare any R to vote to take Trump out.
This will offset the votes of Romney, Collins, and Murkowski.
The Senate Dems who want to be re-elected will do so.
It's the Rats in the *House* who have to tread carefully when considering voting "no".
Is anybody else bothered by the fact that 90% and more of senators have already made up their minds and that there are only a handful whose votes are not already a done deal? The senators’ role is that of jurors in the impeachment trial. Am I hopelessly naive to think jurors should at least try to have open minds until after the case has been presented to them? I believe Trump will not be removed because I don’t believe there is sufficient evidence that he did anything wrong, but I am open to the possibility that his opponents will (somehow) come up with enough evidence to convince 67 of his “jurors”.