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Old Today, 12:54 AM
Location: CA
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Looks like even the fake news can report facts on occasion. So now the question is, when are the democrats going to wake up from their pipe dream?

According to the Monmouth poll released Thursday, 35% of Americans support impeaching Mr. Trump and removing him from office, while 59% of Americans oppose that course of action. Only 41% of Americans want the House Judiciary Committee to open an impeachment inquiry against the president.

A majority of Democrats in the House of Representatives support opening an impeachment inquiry against Mr. Trump, and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler told CNN earlier this month that his committee had started "formal impeachment proceedings." He also said that the committee would decide whether to bring articles of impeachment to the House floor before the end of the year.
Majority of Americans don't want Trump to be impeached, new poll finds
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Old Today, 01:33 AM
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Of course they don't--he didn't do anything wrong. Whoever actually wrote it, the Mueller report made clear that not only did Donald Trump and his peeps not "collude" with Russians, but no Americans did.

Only the 35% of Americans who are hardcore useful idiots think he should be impeached for "obstructing" what was at best a hoax and at worst an organized coup d'tat. Not to mention he really didn't do anything that any sane individual over the age of 12 would think of as usefully standing in the way of the investigation.

All of that being said, I hope the Dems do it and suggest to the President that he publicly dares them.
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Old Today, 02:01 AM
Location: Wouldn't you like to know?
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more evidence Mueller time was a failure. Before some brain child mentions x # of indictments.... The goal of Mueller time was obviously to take down the President, so yes it was a failure.
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