Impeachment considered

Voice of Americans regarding impeachment

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Michael

Voted Support 

Today at 10:34 AM

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I have heard attempts to dismiss this latest presidential scandal as third-party hearsay. I have heard objections to the Impeachment inquiry on the basis of not liking the opaque process. And now this morning, I read a Fox News story that attempted to equate the Trump administration’s Ukraine policy to that of trying to get out of foreign wars. I’m not buying any of that bullshit. It’s abundantly clear that the executive branch attempted to use military aid to Ukraine as a lever to gain a re-election campaign advantage. Trump put our national security, and the security of an ally at risk for the sake of a talking point. His end-run around his own State Department is both shocking and sickening. It’s indefensible and I expect my representatives to say so publicly and to support this impeachment process.

Richard

Voted Support 

Today at 11:22 AM

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Based on “the call”, his hiring of Guiliani to subvert standard diplomacy in Ukraine, his ill-considered betrayal of the Kurds, his constant violations of the emoluments clause, his abusive and demeaning actions regarding immigrants, the Press, and anyone who does not kiss his donkey is more than sufficient to vote for impeachment and removal from office!

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Harmony.island

Voted Oppose 

Today at 3:35 AM

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Trump won the election. He has every right to replace an ambassador for any reason or no reason. The President sets foreign policy, and has every right to have conversations with leaders of other countries. Asking Ukraine to find out if the rumoured allegations of wrong-doing were true or not is NOT illegal OR immoral. Americans deserve to know. President Trump has done an AMAZING job of negotiating with other countries and getting USA back on top financially. Dems were scared he was going to get us into a war with N Korea. Not only did he NOT get us into a war, he managed to create a civil relationship with N Korea. Same with China. He is extremely smart and strategic; “Keep your friends close and your enemies closer”. We need to let him do his job. Dems need to stop this ridiculous impeachment hoax, stop wasting their time and America’s money, and start working WITH the president to take care of their constituents. Protect citizens safety and health, which President Trump has already been doing in spite of the constant attacks against him from the left.

Kim

Voted Oppose 

Today at 11:09 AM

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I staunchly oppose the impeachment proceedings. President Trump and the members of his administration have done nothing that would even come close to what could be considered impeachable offences. Furthermore, I am disgusted that Congress has accomplished virtually nothing except spend inordinant sums of money and time on attempting to undo the last election. We elected you to get to work on our behalf, not invalidate our votes.

Joy

Voted Support 

Today at 10:26 AM

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Absolutely I want my elected officials to support the impeachment inquiry. If there was no foul there’s no harm. If there was no crime there’s nothing to hide. Put on your better angel hat instead of lining your pockets and do the honorable thing and support the investigation and if there was a crime committed, support the impeachment. We didn’t send you their to enrich yourself. We sent you there because we thought you were ethical and had morals and would be there for your constituents. What’s it going to be?

Ann

Voted Support 

Today at 10:24 AM

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This president has committed crimes and publicly acknowledged them. They have been verified by his own staff publicly as well as non partisan witnesses. No one is above the law. He should be impeached, along with all those who were apart of his crimes. He and his administration have worked hard to make the United States a laughing stock in the world’s eyes. If you truly support the Constitution, then review the facts with non partisan eyes and impeach.

John

Voted Support 

Today at 9:41 AM

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If the testimony released thus far is is confirmed when the house sessions open, I would definitely be in favor of impeachment. Mr. Trump has been an unusual president at best. But unfortunately, he has been divisive and has weakened the US on the world stage. If his interaction with the Ukraine for personal gain is proved to be true, we can no longer trust him to lead the country. I am totally dismayed at the Republican response to the impeachment process.

Bretta

Voted Oppose 

Today at 10:23 AM

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These Democrats need to be held accountable by their constituents and need to be voted out at the polls. Americans can only pray “ The Squad” never returns to the Hill along with many others. When does this circus get closed down and Congress starts doing the job they were elected to do? Mr. Shifty needs to be held accountable for his shady, sneaky atrocities that are going on behind closed doors. This is like watching a western where one individual is allowed to be Judge, jury and executioner not allowing the accused any rights. Haven’t we gone way beyond that type of egregious thinking? Take the noose around President Trumps neck and allow him and his administration to equal time and justice. Democrats will be in for a rude awakening in 2020.

Victoria

Voted Oppose 

Today at 9:22 AM

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Impeachment inquiry is not an impeachment…The Democrats figure if they keep adding impeachment to Inquiry, that those who are unfamiliar with what constitutes a legal impeachment, will think this is an impeachment. The liberals constantly need to keep their radical base satisfied! They are also relying on thinking we Americans are dumb enough to believe all their repetitious rhetoric. We all see through their sham! They are getting desperate knowing their house of cards will be coming down soon once the IG and AG/Durham reports are released.

Robert

Voted Oppose 

Today at 11:00 AM

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You partisan idiots keep doing what you want, not what we the people want. Vote no on impeachment. Voting yes will mean the next President will be impeached before he/she even gets into office. Won’t matter if they did anything; Democrats started this & it will finish them in the end when their guy gets it for no reason. How will you feel when you can’t speak, question or vote? You’ll squeal like the vitreous pigs you are, but we won’t be listening. Remember: you’re next.

Jeanne

Voted Support 

Today at 10:52 AM

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Watergate and a consensual affair look very, very pretty compared to what is going on here in plain sight. Impeach Trump, Pence, Barr, and Pompeo.

Mark

Voted Oppose 

Today at 9:59 AM

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Everyone of these Democrats are SOCIALIST OR COMMUNIST !

Craig

Voted Support 

Today at 2:16 AM

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It is inconceivable that ANY member of the House can now believe little donnie doesn’t deserve to be impeached. Sadly, republicans do believe he should be impeached but are putting self-interest above the good of the Republic. There is no doubt if the proverbial shoe was on the other foot and a president representing the Democrats were being impeached they would line up with glee to see him or her deposed. The current crop of crooks and liars that infest the Grand Old Party are selling us out — Democrat, Republican, Independent or otherwise inclined.

1 comment to Impeachment considered

  • perachtis

    As with the infamous Chinese Water Torture the simple requirement of daily attending to the violations he commits is a horror beyond compare. He makes 4-5 executive directives daily which are wholely in opposition to the best interests of average Americans, and then throws in a crumb to his supporters for their continued fielty. The daily dismantling of our government principles, rules, and laws to be replaced solely by his dictates is a crime against our democracy. By almost every action he degrades honesty, integrity, fair dealings, responsible management of assets, accord with Constitutional ideals, and simple decency. By any reasonable assessment he should have been removed from office by now. As Prof. Chomsky stated recently, if he is re-elected our fledgling democracy, and much of the related World will cease to be a viable community.

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