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SP362 wrote-I will ignore the fact that the accusations against Biden have already been investigated and have been determined to be bogus.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------What? When did that happen? Not bogus but will be part of the investigation if the house dems ever vote to impeach. Biden is on video saying he told the past  President of Ukraine to fire the SOB prosecutor or they don`t get financial that they requested. Biden is done.Trump will win.

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sp362 wrote-That is what you got out of that?  Actually, how he does his job IS their business, it is called oversight.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Trump ran on draining the swamp-Calling out Biden`s corrupt deal is just an example of what he is doing and what he promised. Oversight applies both ways.


I will ignore the fact that the accusations against Biden have already been investigated and have been determined to be bogus.

Trump has added to the swamp, not drained it.

If you want somebody investigated, you have our agencies do it.  Is he going around those agencies because he won't like the results of their real investigations?

His claims that Congress does not have the authority to investigate him would be laughable, if they were not so dangerous.

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@easyed598 wrote:

sp362 wrote-That is what you got out of that?  Actually, how he does his job IS their business, it is called oversight.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Trump ran on draining the swamp-Calling out Biden`s corrupt deal is just an example of what he is doing and what he promised. Oversight applies both ways.


And he has made DC far more corrupt than it was before the moron came down the escalator twice....


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sp362 wrote-That is what you got out of that?  Actually, how he does his job IS their business, it is called oversight.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Trump ran on draining the swamp-Calling out Biden`s corrupt deal is just an example of what he is doing and what he promised. Oversight applies both ways.

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Panj wrote-Congress is a co-equal branch of government and how they do their job is none of Trump's business------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Thanks for pointing that  out-The Presidency is a co -equal branch of government -How he does his job  is none of Congress businesss.


That is what you got out of that?  Actually, how he does his job IS their business, it is called oversight.

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Panj wrote-Congress is a co-equal branch of government and how they do their job is none of Trump's business------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Thanks for pointing that  out-The Presidency is a co -equal branch of government -How he does his job  is none of Congress businesss.

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easyed insist on a vote by the house for impeachment -Why are they holding back ? 

 

 

That's not required by either the Constitution or any law. Congress is a co-equal branch of government and how they do their job is none of Trump's business.


You are right AGAIN, Panjam.....@easyed98 the far-right Conservatives have no idea how the Constitution works.  The House has the authority to impeach and decide the process itself....not the White House, NOT a moron-President and certainly not Fox Viewers.....

 

 

 

 


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Dems should insist on a vote by the house for impeachment - No they shouldn't....It's not neccessary....It's EZ to see who the Fox Viewers are......Why are they holding back ?  Not surpringly, a very uninformed and unaware question.... Perhaps they will look ridiculous when the when the facts come out  LOL.......just like that sentence, eh?  Which looks far more ridiculous.....and the whistle blowers are forced to testify. The other reason is that those DEM  House members will be force  to go on record and lose their  house seats that they won in 2020.It's a hoot you think you know the "why", but ask anyways.  Quite impressive, EZ.


 


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easyed598:   Dems should insist on a vote by the house for impeachment -Why are they holding back ? 

 

 

That's not required by either the Constitution or any law. Congress is a co-equal branch of government and how they do their job is none of Trump's business.

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Dems should insist on a vote by the house for impeachment -Why are they holding back ?  Perhaps they will look ridiculous when the when the facts come out  and the whistle blowers are forced to testify. The other reason is that those DEM  House members will be force  to go on record and lose their  house seats that they won in 2020.

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