Skip to comments.Nancy Pelosi: Mueller Doesn’t Have to Indict Trump for Congress to Impeach Him
Posted on 11/11/2018 9:00:22 AM PST by kevcol
Recognize one point, Pelosi told me during an interview in the conference room of her minority-leader suite in the Capitol late Friday: What Mueller might not think is indictable could be impeachable.
Pelosi said people should pray for the country as long as Trump is in charge. Shes not sure of his mental condition. She thinks hes degraded the Constitution and American values.
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look at the behavior and the optics to the general public. there was a very small chance of holding the house and now the Dems have to put out a agenda for the public that wont go forward because of senate and presidential control. before in both the senate and the house we had non working majorities because of how slim we had the majority now the dems are in the same situation in the house but in the senate we have a big enough majority to not ne held hostage by one or two rino’s most democrats do not understand the nature of its leadership these temper tantrums serves to educate and slowly eat away at its base.
PROOF THAT NANCEY IS OFF HER ROCKER.....
she is the one who is mental and confused and working with a brain that is drugged...
She needs to reveal her medical conditions...and NOT FAIRY TALES EITHER....TELL THE TRUTH FOR ONCE.
She actually said that someone else was degrading American values??????????????SHEESH
She is a real fruit cake.
Dont even suggest Americans "voted" Democrats in. Just observe what's happening in Cali, Arizona, Georgia..........
The Dems MO for "winning" is painfully clear..and it doesnt involve American voters.
Just a lot of crooked officials adept at manufacturing votes out of thin air.
Attorney David Schippers became a public figure when a friend of his, Congressman Henry Hyde, asked him to be the Chief Investigative Counsel for the US House Judiciary Committee. Schippers was a lifelong Democrat but accepted and took the job in April 1998.
The Hyde Committee was holding an inquiry on whether President Bill Clinton had committed impeachable offences in his handling of the Paula Jones sexual harassment suit..... during which he committed perjury regarding his affair with then-White House Intern Monica Lewinsky. After an investigation, the committee in December 1998 voted to impeach Clinton, a decision supported by Schippers.
On December 10, 1998, Schippers said to the committee: "The President, then, has lied under oath in a civil deposition, lied under oath in a criminal grand jury. He lied to the people, he lied to his Cabinet, he lied to his top aides, and now he's lied under oath to the Congress of the United States. There's no one left to lie to."
Upon the passage of H. Res. 611, Clinton was impeached on December 19, 1998, by the House of Representatives
on grounds of perjury to a grand jury (by a 228206 vote) and obstruction of justice (by a 221212 vote).
PICTURED Floor proceedings of the U.S. Senate during the trial of President Bill Clinton in 1999,
Chief Justice William Rehnquist presides. House managers are seated beside the semi-circular tables (left)
and the president's personal counsel (right).
The Senate voted not to remove the impeached president.
Democrats they have no ideas on how to help country and people just play like school yard kids who are clueless.
What a batch of dopes cons idiots their party is dead and they know it just banging on a trash can to keep people awake need to change party name to Losers Inc.
For the love of all that is holy, STOP PINGING ME!!!!!!!!!
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