Big Step In Impeachment: Thursday’s House Vote On Impeachment Resolution - The Day That Was | MSNBC 1

Big Step In Impeachment: Thursday’s House Vote On Impeachment Resolution – The Day That Was | MSNBC

 

On Thursday morning, the House is expected to vote on the resolution. While this vote is not an actual vote on articles of impeachment, it’s the first time lawmakers will take a recorded vote on whether President Trump’s conduct is worth investigating. Aired on 10/31/19.
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Big Step In Impeachment: Thursday’s House Vote On Impeachment Resolution – The Day That Was | MSNBC

27 comments

    1. @brian gardner Keep dreaming MORON, we Dems. will keep the House, take control of the Senate along with the White House come 2020, so i suggest you commit SUICIDE on the night of November 3, 2020 because it won’t look pretty for ya, ha ha!!

    2. @brian Gardner

      Maybe lay off the fetid breadcrumbs.

      What is left of your damaged brain will thank you.

      Trump is a crook and a russian asset.

      He WILL be impeached along with the majority of the idiots who thought he could take over America.

      Truck Fump and grab em by the putin!

      Loser!

    3. @brian gardner so you stand for a liar willing to put other Countries out to hang unless they help him with elections? Brian you should have more respect for our constitution.

  1. Trump have abuse the office of the president at all cost, honestly Trump should have been impeach long time ago

    1. I love the way that the poll results for impeach & remove go up by another few points every time the Republicans do some dumb thing like that to move the goalposts. They sure know how to motivate people to sharpen the pitchforks.

    2. I wonder why they don’t want an open hearing! Lol. I think Republicans GOP don’t know how to defend tRump because of the evidence! Lmao

  2. Imagine if the whistle blower didn’t throw a fuss with Schiff and the blocking was successful. Now imagine how much corrupt government dealings happen, without anyone saying a word. People need to be held accountable, and there should be full transparency… especially since they are living off taxed dollars.

  3. *Republicans have totally abandoned the oath they took to defend the United States Constitution.*

    *Violating Oath of Office is a Federal Crime*

    The oath of office treated as just words to be said but no one holds those taking the oath responsible. Violating the oath is codified as a violation of federal law and executive order. 

    *Violating Oath*

    The subject to the table is *”why do the American people allow their representatives to break oath of office (a federal crime) and not hold them accountable?*

    *Should they fail to prevent a wrong, having knowledge of the law, the power to prevent, and the legal or moral duty to prevent the wrong, which causes deprivations of your religious and/or civil rights or Liberties, suit can be brought for violations.*

    “Our safety, our liberty, depends upon preserving the Constitution of the United States as our Fathers made it inviolate. The people of the United States are the rightful masters of both Congress and the Courts, not to overthrow the Constitution, but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution.” 

    *–Abraham Lincoln*

    “Bind down the Public officials with the chains of the Constitution” 

    *—Thomas Jefferson*

  4. Republicans: This inquiry is invalid because there’s been no vote!
    Pelosi: Thanks for bringing that up. Hold my coffee please.
    [vote gets scheduled]
    Republicans: This vote is meaningless!
    [impeach+remove percentage goes up another 2 points]

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