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House votes to impeach President Trump...again

Is this all they have to do?  Bless us and save us

House Impeaches President Trump with 232-197 Vote – 10 Republicans Join Democrats and Vote in Favor of Impeachment

Speaker Nancy Pelosi launched an 11th hour effort to oust President Trump from office with impeachment.

The House of Representatives impeached President Trump with a 232-197 vote on Wednesday.

The Democrats hate President Trump so much because of his “America first” agenda that they impeached him twice.

Donald Trump is the first president in US history to be impeached twice.

Ten Republicans joined the Democrats and voted in favor of impeachment.

Here’s the list of Republican Reps who need to be booted in 2022:

  • Adam Kinzinger of Illinois
  • John Katko of New York
  • Liz Cheney of Wyoming
  • Jaime Herrera Beutler of Washington
  • Fred Upton of Michigan
  • Dan Newhouse of Washington
  • Herrera Beutler of Washington
  • Tom Rice of South Carolina
  • David Valadao of California
  • Peter Meijer of Michigan

Source:  House Impeaches President Trump with 232-197 Vote - 10 Republicans Join Democrats and Vote in Favor of Impeachment (

Indications are the Senate will not take up the matter before Trump leaves office.  Yawn.

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( January 19th, 2021 @ 5:00 am )
The GOP is no MAGA party and hasn't been one for a long time. We are where we are.
( January 15th, 2021 @ 11:37 pm )
I find it hard to see the political wisdom in reacting far too quickly before knowing far more than they (the infamous 10 Republicans) against a fellow Republican president, a still popular Republican president, who had just has his re-election stolen from him in plain sight, while they watched.

It just does not seem right.
( January 15th, 2021 @ 8:45 pm )
Where were the Republican "leadership" in this bushwhacking? Asleep at the switch or cowering in a corner? Or were they just establishment hacks in cahoots with the Democrats? They need to be replaced by Republicans who have a full set of vertebrae and a loyalty to principles. As soon as Pelosi started mumbling about impeaching Trump, they should have immediately put forward 1) articles of impeachment on Biden over his corruption and abuse of power in Huntergate, and 2) a motion to remove Pelosi as Speaker for calling for an insurrection over the George Floyd killing which led to a multi-day siege of the White House, attacks to try to breach the perimeter, and at least one occasion when the Secret Service demanded Trump take cover from the rioters in the White House bunker.

Instead of going on the offense as they should have, those useless fools played a really pathetic defense.
( January 13th, 2021 @ 8:04 pm )
This is little more than a Stalin Show Trial. They did not even bother with sending it to a committee to investigate. No more due process than in the old USSR. I cannot imagine SC or Wyoming voters sending that pair back. The others may have more liberal districts. If House Republicans had had any backbone, they would have countered by offering impeachment articles against "the Big Guy" for his collusion in corruption with his son Hunter.

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