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6 votes away from impeachment?

Started 10/27/17 by HWPeeler (HPeeler); 374 views.

From: Cstar1


He doesn't have to have been convicted of anything to be impeached. In fact, impeachment is probably the first step before a president can even be tried for anything. 

He is guilty of lying (constantly) to the public, and emoluments violations. Those things we know. He may also be guilty of collusion with a foreign power to influence the election, income tax fraud, and who knows what else. 

It will all come out in the end. 

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HWPeeler (HPeeler)

From: HWPeeler (HPeeler)


I thought 25th amendment, for incompetence, but that is not impeachment. If he should recover, or the VP be even worse, Trump could return.

Cstar1 said:

He may also be guilty of collusion with a foreign power to influence the election, income tax fraud, and who knows what else.

Not so far.

Cindy (Cindy4Jesus)

From: Cindy (Cindy4Jesus)


It amazes me how Obama was never impeached for stepping all over our constitution. I guess, people were afraid they would get accused of being a racist. That is how he got to stay in another 4 years. They have nothing on Trump. If they had something they would have done something before now. If they do have something why not let it all slide like they did for Hillary & Bill and their dirty laundry?

HWPeeler (HPeeler)

From: HWPeeler (HPeeler)


We really need better requirements for being president. relaxed

HWPeeler (HPeeler)

From: HWPeeler (HPeeler)


What makes you think this gang of fools is a cult?

Let's say we get Trump impeached, what next? The VP of the cult moves up to POTUS. The "cult" is still in power. What have you accomplished. Instead of Mad Magazines Spy vs Spy this is Fool vs Fool. Your actions accomplish no meaningful goals.


From: RGoss99


Your initial comment is not vallid.

You seem to object to the "six votes away from impeachment"

using no convicted as a response.

Impeachment of a president, is not equivalent of an conviction on a charge, it only means indicted because some body, grand jury for his buddies, and house of representatives for president vote

to impeach a president. Impeachment has only happened to two presidents, and neither charge led to a convictment.

Trump is impeached by vote of the house, he is not guilty until he is tried by the senate, so your "not convicted" makes no sense at all.

Collapse is another issue, whether physical or his administration . I doubt that the administration would collaps before Christmas, but lets face it, the stress he is under because of

his stated positions and questionable conclusions, are so out of sync with reality, would make a mental collapse more posible before an administration one.

HWPeeler (HPeeler)

From: HWPeeler (HPeeler)


Of course you are correct about conviction of a crime. Being a moron is sufficient? In both previous cases there was an act the president actually did that was illegal or wrong morally. What has Trump actually done but be a fool. 

The time to eliminate a fool is before he gets elected. Unfortunately under current laws fools can serve in office. We really need to change something here.

Is there a difference between "You can't run for president" and "You can't run as a Republican"? Should the Republican party have rejected him? Would that have hurt the party just vas much and made Hillary win?

Did republicans win because Trump brought new Republican voters? Would the Republicans have lost without Trump?