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  • Tulsi Gabbard is a Russian Stooge

    Just join the Republican party, Tulsi, and stop insulting our intelligence....

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    ​​​​​​https://www.politico.com/news/2019/1...nt-vote-088266

  • #2
    Der Gaffo to post a rebuttal here in 3... 2... 1...

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    • #3
      Jesus would receive the same treatment, were he with us today...


      How Would Jesus Fare in the American Police State?

      By John W. Whitehead

      http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/52730.htm

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      • #4
        Tulsi Gabbard Releases Statement on Impeachment of President Trump

        December 19th, 2019
        Washington, DC -- Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D, Hawaii) today released the following statement today on her vote regarding the impeachment of President Trump:

        Throughout my life, whether through serving in the military or in Congress, I’ve always worked to do what is in the best interests of our country. Not what’s best for me politically or what’s best for my political party. I have always put our country first. One may not always agree with my decision, but everyone should know that I will always do what I believe to be right for the country that I love.

        After doing my due diligence in reviewing the 658-page impeachment report, I came to the conclusion that I could not in good conscience vote either yes or no.

        I am standing in the center and have decided to vote Present. I could not in good conscience vote against impeachment because I believe President Trump is guilty of wrongdoing.

        I also could not in good conscience vote for impeachment because removal of a sitting President must not be the culmination of a partisan process, fueled by tribal animosities that have so gravely divided our country. When I cast my vote in support of the impeachment inquiry nearly three months ago, I said that in order to maintain the integrity of this solemn undertaking, it must not be a partisan endeavor. Tragically, that’s what it has been.

        On the one side — The president’s defenders insist that he has done nothing wrong. They agree with the absurd proclamation that his conduct was “perfect.” They have abdicated their responsibility to exercise legitimate oversight, and instead blindly do the bidding of their party’s leader.

        On the other side — The president’s opponents insist that if we do not impeach, our country will collapse into dictatorship. All but explicitly, they accuse him of treason. Such extreme rhetoric was never conducive to an impartial fact-finding process.

        The Founders of our country made clear their concerns about impeachment being a purely partisan exercise. In the Federalist Papers, Alexander Hamilton warned against any impeachment that would merely “connect itself with the pre-existing factions,” and “enlist all their animosities, partialities, influence, and interest on one side or on the other.” In such cases, he said, “there will always be the greatest danger that the decision will be regulated more by the comparative strength of parties, than by the real demonstrations of innocence or guilt.”

        Donald Trump has violated public trust. Congress must be unequivocal in denouncing the president’s misconduct and stand up for the American people and our democracy. To this end, I have introduced a censure resolution that will send a strong message to this president and future presidents that their abuses of power will not go unchecked, while leaving the question of removing Trump from office to the voters to decide.

        I am confident that the American people will decide to deliver a resounding rebuke of President Trump’s innumerable improprieties and abuses. And they will express that judgment at the ballot box. That is the way real and lasting change has always occurred in this great country: through the forcefully expressed will of the people.

        A house divided cannot stand. And today we are divided. Fragmentation and polarity are ripping our country apart. This breaks my heart, and breaks the hearts of all patriotic Americans, whether we are Democrats, Republicans, or Independents.

        So today, I come before you to make a stand for the center, to appeal to all of you to bridge our differences and stand up for the American people.

        My vote today is a vote for much needed reconciliation and hope that together we can heal our country. Let’s work side-by-side, seeking common ground, to usher in a bright future for the American people and our nation.

        Journalists with questions should reach out to [email protected] and [email protected].

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        • #5
          Q: Do you stand for right or wrong?

          Tulsi: Present.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by W*GS View Post
            Q: Do you stand for right or wrong?

            Tulsi: Present.
            Pelosi: (Hides the paperwork in her desk)

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            • #7
              She had zero chance before the "present" vote and she has less than a zero chance now, so she's got that going for her. Adios.

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              • #8
                You guys didn't thank Tulsi for her service yet.

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                • #9
                  Her entire job as a Representative in the House was to Weigh the evidence and then make a determination of whether the President did the things that he was charged with. So, after weighing the evidence she decided that though he DID do what he has been accused of and was GUILTY , she would vote Present. Rather than try to remove a clear threat to our Republic and the constitutional separation of Powers she would ABSTAIN.

                  Never has a bigger case of fence straddling ever been seen. She does not have the conviction of her oath of office, yet somehow feels that she is qualified to run for President. While I admire some of her positions on some issues she is SO NOT qualified to hold higher office. And she has proven it in this case.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ScottXray View Post
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                    Never has a bigger case of fence straddling ever been seen. She does not have the conviction of her oath of office, yet somehow feels that she is qualified to run for President. While I admire some of her positions on some issues she is SO NOT qualified to hold higher office. And she has proven it in this case.
                    Democrats have gone bonkers, literally bat **** crazy.

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                    • #11
                      Oh yippee look who’s back.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Rohirrim View Post
                        She had zero chance before the "present" vote and she has less than a zero chance now, so she's got that going for her. Adios.
                        Zero chance? Compared to what? Compared to who?

                        Tulsi is the real deal - and you are way way behind the curve not to notice.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by ScottXray View Post
                          Her entire job as a Representative in the House was to Weigh the evidence and then make a determination of whether the President did the things that he was charged with. So, after weighing the evidence she decided that though he DID do what he has been accused of and was GUILTY , she would vote Present. Rather than try to remove a clear threat to our Republic and the constitutional separation of Powers she would ABSTAIN.

                          Never has a bigger case of fence straddling ever been seen. She does not have the conviction of her oath of office, yet somehow feels that she is qualified to run for President. While I admire some of her positions on some issues she is SO NOT qualified to hold higher office. And she has proven it in this case.
                          Lacks conviction? b.s.

                          The case for collusion was never made. Not even close. And for this reason -- the obstruction charge is also a dud.

                          The Democrats are impeaching literally with no evidence. Any honest judge would throw out the case in a heartbeat.

                          Does this mean Trump is innocent? No. Does this mean he's smart, or competent, or cool? No.

                          Pelosi changed her mind - and chose to impeach -- after Biden began to fade. What does this tell us?

                          It tells us impeachment is aimed at Bernie more than its aimed at Trump. Pelosi knows impeachment will probably backfire and strengthen Trump's chances in 2020 - and this is OK with Pelosi because it will deny Bernie (a Socialist) the White House - which matters more to the Democratic "leadership" than winning.

                          Think about that. We are led by warmongers, fakers and fools.




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                          • #14
                            How The Deep State Sunk The Democratic Party

                            http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/52734.htm

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by mhgaffney View Post

                              Zero chance? Compared to what? Compared to who?

                              Tulsi is the real deal - and you are way way behind the curve not to notice.
                              She has zero chance of being the Democratic Presidential nominee. Someone is bankrolling her campaign. It isn't Democrats. WHO is it?

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