Jeff Stahler for February 10, 2021

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    Concretionist  over 2 years ago

    I’m torn. But mostly I’m hoping that it’s quick and that another dozen Senators regain their sense of shame.

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    sipsienwa Premium Member over 2 years ago

    What she is saying is true. However the twice impeached treasonous former president made both of the those things worse. And the he incited a riot.

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    Say What Now‽ Premium Member over 2 years ago

    Does this mean we all could commit crimes and get away with them because we are too busy with the pandemic?

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    wellis1947 Premium Member over 2 years ago

    Speaking from the Trumpian point of view, it’s a good thing that all the Senate republicans are in total thrall to Donnie John because his lawyers couldn’t get a ham sandwich pardoned at a bar mitzvah.

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    sevaar777  over 2 years ago

    Sorry folks, but the attempted overthrow of your democracy by an Orange madman, who would have brought untold death and destruction if he succeeded, needs to be addressed NOW! Especially since most Americans have the attention span of a squirrel on Adderall.

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    Pogostiks Premium Member over 2 years ago

    Fewer would be dying if Trump had faced the pandemic honestly! Impeachment isn’t enough! Jail time would be even more appropriate!

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    cdward  over 2 years ago

    It is necessary because Trump made it necessary. He called an army to DC. They all assert that they invaded the capitol on his orders. He says, “I didn’t directly tell them to do it,” but they all said they were obeying their president and would do it again. And THAT is why this is necessary — because they would do it again. The constitution makes provision for making politicians ineligible from ever holding public office again, and that is essential if we are to survive as a nation.

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    TCA1799 Premium Member over 2 years ago

    And the person bearing majority responsible for thousands dying daily and the millions unemployed is …………………………….

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    Valiant1943 Premium Member over 2 years ago

    and who exactly said the virus was going away, was responsible for not ordering enough vaccine, or plan properly for its distribution, then set a mob upon the congress?

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    suzalee  over 2 years ago

    An attack on our country cannot be ignored.

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    PraiseofFolly  over 2 years ago

    The Trump defense team didn’t exactly bring to mind the skill of Perry Mason.

    It was more like that of often befuddled Hamilton Burger.

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    dflak  over 2 years ago

    The GOP Senators shied away from looking at the violence in the videos of the Capitol insurrection, AKA Trump’s Revolt. I guess they didn’t want to look at the people who elected them.

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    dflak  over 2 years ago

    TV Ad for a future Democratic Senatorial candidate running against a GOP incumbent.

    Footage of the violence of the Capitol Riot. At the end of the clip a voiceover, “Senator (fill in the blank with the scumbag’s name) approved this message when he acquitted Trump.”

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    sandpiper  over 2 years ago

    Our current national embarrassment has abandoned his followers for the most part. He has sent no lawyers to defend arrestees. He has not defended their actions. He has not contributed any of his millions in political contributions to their defense fund.

    He has hung them out to dry in his typical cowardly fashion. Same way he dodged selective service, avoided paying his debts or providing any proof whatsoever of election fraud – except of course that he actually ran for a second election – a fraud in itself.

    And, while the senate trial might not convict him, I agree with SHOD above that the D.C. police should be able to arrest him for inciting a riot among armed belligerents that lead to destruction of government property.

    And, if history of government purchases is accurate, and they sentenced him to repay the damages at the price levels the government usually overpays for anything, he’ll be flat broke in a month. Just desserts.

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    piper_gilbert  over 2 years ago

    What you choose to ignore or accept becomes your standard.

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    Bookworm  over 2 years ago

    And on whose watch did these catastrophic events occur? Does anyone remember “I take no responsibility”? I would go along with taking no responsibility if and only if we can be sure he will never assume any public office of responsibility ever again. (What he does to his own private businesses and employees doesn’t bother me over much. By now, they should be aware of who and what they’re signing up for.)

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    Zen-of-Zinfandel  over 2 years ago

    It’s no secret the middle has been a hard place to get to lately.

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    Radish the wordsmith Premium Member over 2 years ago

    The Republican Trump admin spread covid. Where are the trials for knowingly spreading a deadly disease? We need to demand reparations from the republicans for not following science and destroying our country.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member over 2 years ago

    Twelve hundred to one on conviction with secret ballot. Even money without.

    ’tis a pity they already decided on the “rules”, so the outcome is a foregone conclusion, and the co-conspirator and cowardly “Republicans” will be contemplating their shoes, cell phones, or navels (called omphaloskepsis) during the trial.

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    superposition  over 2 years ago

    This demonstrates another weakness in our Constitution that did not take into account the deep partisanship that overrides loyalty to our country [in favor of party], common sense, unvarnished truth, and unbiased justice.

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    preacherman  over 2 years ago

    I’m hoping that the conviction portion of the trial will be short and that there will be at least 17 Repubs with a working conscience.

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    Sgt. Snorkle Premium Member over 2 years ago

    The trump sheep(Republican Senate) Will listen to the facts of the proceedings, yawn and vote to acquit! This will backfire on them as many voters will remember this when election time comes around, remember more voted for Biden than trump and their decision to acquit, will still be remembered, I will never vote for another Republican!

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    Michael G.  over 2 years ago

    Remember the OJ trial kicking soap opera ass?

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    Woodstock Generation Premium Member over 2 years ago

    The pandemic and economic disaster was pure unadulterated Trump. Everything he touches dies!

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    Another Take  over 2 years ago

    I needed a new source of TV entertainment since I’ve since every single show on Netflix worth watching. Impeachment has everything I like in a show: Drama and murder (the attack on the Capitol) combined with comedy (Trump’s lawyers)

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    retpost  over 2 years ago

    Those in the Republican congress are happy because the capital is an armed camp and the pesky voters cain`t get to se them in person when they have a problem.

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    john.horvath  over 2 years ago

    It’s not that difficult to walk and chew gum at the same time.

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    robnvon Premium Member over 2 years ago

    I’m with him.

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    FrankErnesto  over 2 years ago

    Funny, Stahler wasn’t concerned when Trump was pres. When do we start on the deficit, Jeff?

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    ferddo  over 2 years ago

    Of course, that hundreds of thousands died during Trump’s watch because of his weak and chaotic response to the pandemic, has no bearing on Trump being so “unfairly treated”…

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    ndblackirish97  over 2 years ago

    Thousands dying and millions unemployed. Ummm….that didn’t just happen but has been ongoing for months. Failed misdirection.

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    dflak  over 2 years ago

    OT: What’s the matter with Biden? He’s been in office three weeks and he STILL hasn’t played golf.

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    lobo1939  over 2 years ago

    Very good Jeff. The Hump-her has successfully kept us distracted through 6 years. Like babies attracted to a shiny object.

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    Call me Ishmael  over 2 years ago

    Might there be a connection? Ya think?

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    dflak  over 2 years ago

    Democratic Ad for Senate 2022, 2024 and 2026

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    grumpypophobart  over 2 years ago

    ‘with thousands dying daily and millions unemployed’ because of the ineptitude of the dude who is on trial. Yes. let’s have some record of how bad he was and how spineless his party was in failing to rein him in. Other stuff is still being done, isn’t it?

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