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Posted By: Dreadnought, 3/7/2022 7:07:18 PM

Within MAGA circles, talk is turning increasingly to impeaching Joe Biden after the midterm elections—assuming, of course, the Republicans retake the House of Representatives (which appears likely). Unfortunately, actual removal would require 60 votes in the Senate. Even under the most favorable scenario, it’s unlikely the GOP will pick up more than four Senate seats.  Nonetheless, with the strong likelihood the Republicans will take control of the House, impeaching Biden looks viable. Why? Well, for the same reason a Democrat-controlled House impeached Donald Trump—twice.  The Democrats used the impeachment process to persuade millions of middle-of-the-road and independent voters that Trump had done something terribly wrong. Of course, the Democrats’ two impeachment efforts were frivolous

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 3/7/2022 7:10:05 PM (No. 1093010)
If the msm doesn't want impeachment, then there will be no impeachment.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: MFM 3/7/2022 7:17:00 PM (No. 1093019)
I wish I could be more confidant but I doubt there will be a midterm, if there is it will mail in vote only..Get ready for the next thunder strain come September.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: cmardh 3/7/2022 7:18:33 PM (No. 1093023)
There is just no way the Senate would remove one of their own——ever.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: scottj 3/7/2022 7:19:35 PM (No. 1093025)
The Republicans don't need to win 60 seats in the Senate to impeach Biden. After the wipeout, there will be Democrats who will also vote to impeach him.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Zeek Wolfe 3/7/2022 7:30:35 PM (No. 1093036)
Even if the Republicans retake the house and gain seats in the senate, there are always RINOs like Liz Chaney and Willard (Mitt) Romney to side wih Democrats in key votes. If the Republicans pick up 40 seats, which seems possible, then senate RINOs would slow or stop impeachmet hearings and trial.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: chance_232 3/7/2022 7:31:24 PM (No. 1093038)
RE#4 Possibly. long as there are 34 senators voting Nay, then he wont be removed.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: JunkYardDog 3/7/2022 7:32:32 PM (No. 1093040)
This article does a great job of ramping up our expectations should the Repubs regain control of the House. But what if we are once again disappointed at the weak response of Republicans? What happens if we have another Charlie Brown/Lucy moment of pulling the football? As much as I loathe the Democrats they virtually always stick together no matter what they're sticking together for, even if its horrifying. I keep telling myself that karma is like a pendulum and eventually it will swing your way. I hope that this fall we dont see a repeat of the cowardice and complacency our party has become notorious for,
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Bur Oak 3/7/2022 7:48:11 PM (No. 1093056)
it ain't going to happen.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: stablemoney 3/7/2022 7:57:19 PM (No. 1093070)
Trump had 2 fake impeachments. The Democrats have 2 coming to them.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Ruthless 3/7/2022 8:03:12 PM (No. 1093073)
Biden will no more be held accountable by the DC Swamp Rats than Hillary Clinton or Pelosi or the others. However, I hear from a Very Reliable Source that the love of money is the "root of all evil," and that "Vengeance is Mine." HE will take care of all this.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: john56 3/7/2022 8:20:28 PM (No. 1093091)
Well, we can always use the precedent of Nancy Pelosi, who held the impeachment paperwork until SHE was willing to haul it over to the Senate.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Venturer 3/7/2022 8:22:29 PM (No. 1093095)
Maybe when the Democrats see the slaughter 2022 brings them they will be happy to dump Old Joe.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: lakerman1 3/7/2022 8:32:49 PM (No. 1093105)
It takes 67 votes in the Senate to remove a President.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: MDConservative 3/7/2022 8:35:30 PM (No. 1093108)
Impeachment...let's just make it a regular thing. Unless there is some truly criminal case to be presented, let this term run its course. The alternatives are horrid themselves. The UNIPARTY created this Frankenstein. It's time for an implosion...let it happen.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: snakeoil 3/7/2022 8:36:55 PM (No. 1093110)
What if the impeachment succeeds and and we get The Cackling Concubine?
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Hazymac 3/7/2022 8:36:58 PM (No. 1093111)
Removal after impeachment requires two-thirds of the Senate, 67 yeas. That won't happen unless two dozen Democrats suddenly develop a social conscience. Nah.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Rich323 3/7/2022 9:23:30 PM (No. 1093141)
The only way to get enough votes to remove from office (67) would be overwhelming evidence of Democrat conspiracy on voting fraud or Covid. If it could be proven, they may vote to remove fro office to prevent being indicted for criminal activity. Is that going to happen - probably not.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Lake Dweller 3/7/2022 9:42:02 PM (No. 1093150)
Anyone who voted for Biden is evil. Not just stupid, but evil. Sorry, but it is time to save our country and the world from idiots like these. We can’t afford to coddle evil anymore.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Amanoftwistsandturns 3/7/2022 9:58:40 PM (No. 1093154)
It’s more likely that he will meet Agnew’s Fate when the Russians or Chinese release proof of his bribe taking.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: qr4j 3/7/2022 10:12:47 PM (No. 1093163)
No thank you to impeachment. Hold Biden accountable, yes. His China, Russia, and Ukraine deals via his son need to be looked into. But keep it business. Be substantive. Be firm. No drama for drama's sake. Keep the right focus: What is good and right and decent for the American people? What is good for freedom and peace in America? Here are some things that are NOT good and right and decent for the American people: war, high inflation, high gas prices, energy dependence on other countries, low labor participation, corruption in government, crime, lowering taxes, reducing spending, and the list goes on and on. These are the things to focus on. Do not impeach to get even or to make a point. Do the right thing. Communicate it. Act on it. Do not say, for example, that we need to repeal Obamacare and then have NOTHING legislative to put in its place. Congress is there to do work, not raise money. If the GOP does the right things, Biden and his ilk will be shown for the rotten thieves that they are.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: qr4j 3/7/2022 10:14:18 PM (No. 1093164)
OOPS! I mean NOT lowering taxes and NOT reducing spending. Sorry! I hate a tax-and-spend government.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: BarryNo 3/7/2022 10:55:21 PM (No. 1093182)
No. You don't impeach him. You finally take a good CLOSE look at Election Day, 2020, and haul that senile old pol and all his kith and kin from office and imprison them ALL for high crimes of treason, sedition, suppression of voter's rights, fraud, the list is practically endless. And you make LASTING examples of them.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: FormerDem 3/8/2022 12:34:46 AM (No. 1093235)
Another reason to impeach Biden is the opportunity to ask him some questions he has to answer.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Trigger2 3/8/2022 2:15:40 AM (No. 1093267)
Trump never killed the USA economy. This alone should get Joey impeached and rightfully so. Demonrats are completely stupid.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Oldenoughtoknowbetter 3/8/2022 2:54:13 AM (No. 1093271)
Don't under estimate voting fraud. There is no talk about it, so you know the Dems are working very, very hard.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: mifla 3/8/2022 4:23:01 AM (No. 1093285)
Impeach him over and over until the stress causes him to implode.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: 5 handicap 3/8/2022 5:52:21 AM (No. 1093304)
And Garland and Buttplug and Mayorkas and Wrayand all the rest of the Treasonous lowlifes!
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Reply 28 - Posted by: 5 handicap 3/8/2022 5:53:23 AM (No. 1093305)
Oh and Blinken, don't forget Blinken!
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Reply 29 - Posted by: franq 3/8/2022 5:58:53 AM (No. 1093308)
Zhoa impeaches himself every time he shuffles to the microphone.
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