Ari: Republican Witness Was Weak, Had Other Ideas For Constitutional Amendments | MSNBC

Ari: Republican Witness Was Weak, Had Other Ideas For Constitutional Amendments | MSNBC 1


MSNBC's Ari Melber offers his analysis of Prof. Jonathan Turley's testimony, and says they aren't serving the Republican side by not addressing the definition of "impeachable offenses," and instead offering new ideas for the constitution. Aired on 12/4/19.
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Ari: Republican Witness Was Weak, Had Other Ideas For Constitutional Amendments | MSNBC

45 Comments on "Ari: Republican Witness Was Weak, Had Other Ideas For Constitutional Amendments | MSNBC"

  1. So Turley would make a case if there is evidence that a person has murdered 3 people and is suspect of murdering 15 more, that person should not be prosecuted until evidence is available of the 15 more suspected murdered victims? So leave the murder out in the world to possibly commit more? Until the total reaches 18, 20 34? Charge him with the 3 murders, they deserve their justice. Keep investigating the 15 more, charge when evidence is obtained and stop further crimes.

    Follow the constitution, Articles of Impeachment using the evidence that has been obtained. Keep investigating. imho

    • Terrible and ignorant analogy you make, lol

    • @Chuck T. Murder is terrible. Thank you for your response. The impeachment has shown clear, focused, evidence of an abuse of power. There may be more evidence of additional impeachable offenses, so just like a suspect that shows clear evidence of a crime, murder in my analogy -(even though you do not need a crime for an impeachable offense). Use the evidence that has come to light, to go through the constitutional impeachment process. Keep investigating. Stopping the ongoing abuse of power is of critical importance to our fantastic, democratic country. As is continuing to investigate. Peace to you and yours.

  2. Anton Fernandes | December 4, 2019 at 3:10 PM | Reply

    Russia thinks that authoritarian witness was very strongk

  3. Turley-weak as watered down sweet water!

  4. Maria Martinez | December 4, 2019 at 3:21 PM | Reply

    Tell them Ari! 👏🏽😂🤣😂

  5. silvano novalis | December 4, 2019 at 3:23 PM | Reply

    Feldman and Kaplan were just phenomenal. Enjoyed when Dr. Kaplan scolded the misogynic GOP senator Collins for trying to smear her. These GOP “brown shirt” cult members are such lying thugs, they are a disgrace to Congress and this generous nation. Send them to Russia for a direct appreciation of what Putin’ s authoritarianism means!

  6. Ari that’s not a hypothetical you just explained Putin

  7. 3 out of 4 recommend impeachment

  8. Sergio Alvarado | December 4, 2019 at 3:40 PM | Reply

    I SOMEHOW thought Hitler would reemerge. Here he is trump?

  9. This would have taken longer if CHUMP didn’t block all his peasant’s from testifying.

    • Agree! The overwhelming evidence speak loud and clear that trump violated his oath and abuse of power—violated national security and our sacred democratic election process.

      In order to preserve, protect and defend our constitution, trump must be impeached and removed from office stat

    • @Sicklady Agreed. Trump can’t stop witnesses from testifying as well as not handing over documents which have been subpoenaed and then claim he is innocent when every piece of evidence so far has indicated his guilt. He’s got to go. An innocent man would not have stopped witnesses from appearing nor would an innocent man have refused to hand over documents which have been subpoenaed . Trump is guilty and he has to go to save the American republic.

    • Brian Allen 🎯 Well said👏👏👏 Trump is attacking our rule of law and the constitution—the very foundation of democracy.

  10. Republicans believe they can change the constitution to fit their beliefs as they seem fit. That’s UNAMERICAN!

  11. Does Turley really know the Constitution? I hope he was pretending, because if he is not he surely doesn’t deserve too be called a Constitutional scholar.

  12. As I watched this live..I was like, wow look at the daggers fly..but suddenly the fourth guy steps up and all he did was stab himself repeatedly ?? It’s becoming more shameful for the Republican party than Trump…like WTH is wrong with these people.. Is the power of aligning with Trump worth throwing your life away for??.. Dear Lord 🙄

  13. Turkey – Is just another talking head for the GOP. Same noise. Same alternative reality.

  14. Lol ! And he’s a Law Professor ! Poor Students ! Hahahahahahaaa !


    • lucky Tiger The average dog is more intelligent than a republican. Also, the average dog comports themselves with more professionalism than a republican.

      republican cans are deceitful scum.

  16. Get Me Out of Here | December 4, 2019 at 4:59 PM | Reply

    🖕the Republi-Thugs. The only level they will rise to impeach is a black man wearing a tan suit. Own up to your Russian talking points.

  17. Turley’s arguments were not just weak and ‘kettle-calling’ but also LAZY, just like everything coming from the GOP side of this whole crazy affair.

    • Why didn’t Turley go further and suggest that the Constitution be changed to allow the President to be made King for life?

  18. The more I watch this, the more I see the republican party sold its soul.

  19. In other words, Turley is saying the Framers are never-trumpers 😂 too

  20. The intelligence of Ari Melber shines through! Thank you, Ari.

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