Utah’s H.B. 217 could help Utah voters recall Mitt Romney

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    Feb 10, 2020 1:12 AM GMT
    Mitt Romney is expected to vote for witnesses in the impeachment trial today. He does so against the will of the party and a majority of people in Utah, which he was sent to Washington DC to represent. He also does so against the best interests of the nation, as there are only left-wing arguments that can be made to justify extending a fruitless impeachment any longer.

    https://noqreport.com/2020/01/31/utahs-h-b-217-could-help-utah-voters-recall-mitt-romney/
  • wild_sky360

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    Feb 10, 2020 1:36 AM GMT
    So full of himself. So it will hurt even more when he tumbles in disgrace.
  • FRE0

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    Feb 10, 2020 1:39 AM GMT
    Muskelprotz saidMitt Romney is expected to vote for witnesses in the impeachment trial today. He does so against the will of the party and a majority of people in Utah, which he was sent to Washington DC to represent. He also does so against the best interests of the nation, as there are only left-wing arguments that can be made to justify extending a fruitless impeachment any longer.

    https://noqreport.com/2020/01/31/utahs-h-b-217-could-help-utah-voters-recall-mitt-romney/


    I do not always agree with Mitt Romney. However, by his vote, he has demonstrated that he is a man of integrity and courage and is not about to be intimidated by a president who tries to be a dictator and has shown himself to be vindictive.

    It is shocking and unacceptable that the Republicans in the Senate voted not to hear any witnesses even though they could provide more information which would be critical to understanding the true situation. It is impossible to have a fair trial when witnesses are not permitted to testify. It is unfortunate that so many people do not see honesty and integrity as virtues.
  • ObscureAndFuz...

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    Feb 10, 2020 4:29 AM GMT
    FRE0 said
    I do not always agree with Mitt Romney. However, by his vote, he has demonstrated that he is a man of integrity and courage and is not about to be intimidated by a president who tries to be a dictator and has shown himself to be vindictive.

    It is shocking and unacceptable that the Republicans in the Senate voted not to hear any witnesses even though they could provide more information which would be critical to understanding the true situation. It is impossible to have a fair trial when witnesses are not permitted to testify. It is unfortunate that so many people do not see honesty and integrity as virtues.


    How many witnesses were the Republicans allowed to call by the Democrat committees in the House?

    (Hint: ZERO)
  • wild_sky360

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    Feb 10, 2020 5:26 AM GMT
    I kinda hate to say it; but yes, Trump is going to be vindictive. And Romney must be some kind of sadist to invite it for no discernible reason at this time. There is no up side, that I can see. There were a half dozen democrats that would have voted to acquit if it was actually a close vote, but there was no reason to put their neck on the block for a bit of theater.

    No one in that chamber really wanted witnesses, unless there were a few saints I'm unacquainted with. It would have been a race to the bottom with that crowd. No one wanted to light the match that burned it all to the ground. Case dismissed. Jury free to go do ... do whatever you all do when a irritating house demagogue isn't screeching for his life along with a Speaker who's lost all control of the asylum.
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    Feb 10, 2020 12:48 PM GMT
    Never trust a Mormon in business.
    As Mitt has proven.

    Well liberals here can't bitch and moan about President Trump being vindictive. Because they have it down to a fine art
    We see that in their Gay Bashing of minorities here.
  • outdoorsmuscl...

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    Feb 10, 2020 7:06 PM GMT

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    IMPEACHED, CORRUPT, VINDICTIVE, ROTTEN TO THE BONE



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    Feb 11, 2020 12:08 AM GMT
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    Actually, that's not technically correct.

    He's only impeached for about 11 months, give or take a few days. I'm not sure if the new congress can expunge the record independently, or if they have to wait a few days for the new President to be inaugurated to sign. That'll be another historic first for a US President. If I had known he'd be this cool, I would have voted for him the first time around.

    Oh!! Wait.. he'll still be President the day they're sworn in; January 15, 2021. It's already cocktail hour here.. you do the math.
  • outdoorsmuscl...

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    Feb 11, 2020 3:12 AM GMT
    Impeachment forever changes Trump’s legacy

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    Impeached forever, corrupt, rotten to the bone


    The two articles of impeachment approved stand as a constitutional rebuke that will stay with Trump even as he tries to trivialize their meaning and use them to power his reelection bid.

    “It’ll be impossible to look back at this presidency and not discuss impeachment. It is permanently tied to his record,” said Julian Zelizer, a presidential historian at Princeton University. “Trump now always becomes part of the conversation about misusing presidential power. Ukraine will be his Watergate. Ukraine will be his Lewinsky.”

    History books will add Trump to the section that features Bill Clinton, impeached 21 years ago for lying under oath about sex with White House intern Monica Lewinsky, and Andrew Johnson, impeached 151 years ago for defying Congress on Reconstruction. Richard Nixon, who avoided impeachment by resigning during the Watergate investigation, is there, too.

    Trump himself is keenly aware of the impact that impeachment may have on his legacy.

    “Few people in high position could have endured or passed this test,” Trump wrote in a fiery six-page letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on the eve of his impeachment. “You do not know, nor do you care, the great damage and hurt you have inflicted upon wonderful and loving members of my family.”


    Presidential historian Jon Meacham said impeachment will make Trump “the first insurgent incumbent president in American history.” He compared the reflexive partisanship of this moment to the 19th-century tribalism that surrounded Johnson and Reconstruction, requiring a divided nation “to assess what’s being said instead of simply saluting the person saying it.”
    https://www.amny.com/nation/impeachment-forever-changes-trumps-legacy/
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  • outdoorsmuscl...

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    Feb 11, 2020 3:14 AM GMT
    wild_sky360 said
    outdoorsmuscleguy said



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    Actually, that's not technically correct.

    He's only impeached for about 11 months, give or take a few days. I'm not sure if the new congress can expunge the record independently, or if they have to wait a few days for the new President to be inaugurated to sign. That'll be another historic first for a US President. If I had known he'd be this cool, I would have voted for him the first time around.

    Oh!! Wait.. he'll still be President the day they're sworn in; January 15, 2021. It's already cocktail hour here.. you do the math.


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    Impeached forever, corrupt, illegitimatepotus, rotten to the core


    Impeachment is forever, so Trump wants the record 'expunged'


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    Dotard believes every negative attached to him can be erased, reversed or expunged with enough $$ and threats.
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    Donna Lynn
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    @realDonaldTrump
    Now to want your impeachment expunged??? The only thing that needs to be expunged is Donald Trump!

    #IMPEACHED Donald Trump wants his impeachment Expunged
    Someone please tell this LUNATIC that he is #IMPEACHEDFOREVER!!!!!
    #TrumpNotFitForOffice

    Julia Doughty
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    Trump wants his #impeachment by the House to be “expunged.”
    No. Fuckin. Way.

    yup, he is impeached, acquittal didn't do shit, that's why trump is crying, he wants his record expunged lol impeachment is FOREVER!

    That’s not in our Constitution. Impeachment isn’t like some juvenile DUI charge where your rich parents pressure the DA to seal it/throw it out.
    Impeachment is forever. Trump. Impeached. For. Ever.

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    Can’t you just see Trump now...pounding his (small) fists on the table, red in the face, telling anyone who will listen that HE WANTS THAT G.D. IMPEACHMENT EXPUNGED! Sorry bud, no can do. Only a bucket of KFC will help when he goes into one of his tantrums.

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