Skip to comments.House impeachment managers' trial brief handed over to the Senate (111 pages)
Posted on 01/18/2020 5:12:48 PM PST by yesthatjallen
House Impeachment Trial Brief
As Jesse Watters said just a minute ago “These managers couldn’t manage a 7-11”
Well, its less than ACA bill was.
Aid was released. Case closed.
What a waste of time, effort , and money.
111 pages of unexamined, corroborated, or researched evidence.
What a lump.
1. The Brief is filled with loaded language but no actual statement of factual crimes. Everything is a “scheme,” they state “the Department of Justices position that the President cannot be indicted” which is completely NOT what Barr said about the Mueller report.
And look at this humdinger of a line...”His misconduct challenges the fundamental principle that Americans should decide American elections.” REALLY?
They also go all out to try to refute that the Ukrainians didn’t interfere in the election. They also injected the GAO report even though it only happened a few days ago.
I'm sure they organized the GAO report, just like they directed the WB complaint.
This is all intended for simply stupid people and sheep. If they can scrounge some idiotic fence sitters,that’s bonus. This is so the DNC scum candidate can say “Impeached President” every time a camera is present.
A pamphlet of hearsay. Probably took Schiff 28 days to number the pages.
OMG! Trump denied a coveted meeting. Is there anything more sinister?
At least he didn’t require Zelensky enter the white house trough a service door walking past the trash and then leave him sitting while he went to dinner with his family.
The Presidential brief is only a few pages and simply devastates the RATS case.
Article three...Trump is the Antichrist.
Not sure how they forgot that one.
I only caught the highlights of the House trial so I might be misinformed on something. Did Republicans in the House call witnesses supporting Trump? My impression was they were prevented from doing so
Neither was the President allowed to call witnesses.
Now Democrats want the Senate to grant them what they denied to the President.
“Aid was released. Case closed.”
Yes, and even if aid were not released, it would not an impeachable offense. It would be the President doing his job. Case closed.
Someone on Facebook is insisting that the republicans did call witnesses to the House proceedings. Since I didnt watch it all I dont really know for sure
“I only caught the highlights of the House trial so I might be misinformed on something.”
The trial is in the Senate, not the House.
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