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Jonathan Turley, "...the most quintessential violation of the public trust...a form of public corruption." "
By HatetheSwamp
September 28, 2023 1:30 pm
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My sense is that the GOPs are building a strong case beginning with the laying of an unshakable foundation...including Dan Goldman, unable to get the response he wanted from pb's Legal Goober #2 that he ended his time shouting, "Just answer the question!"

Gang, clearly the GOPs know that there's a mountain of evidence and, and watch their body language and hear the tone of their voices, the Dems want to be anywhere else.

And, to all you woke, white electric limousine lovin Dem Swampcultists, I ask again why you want to suppose that Joe's anything but a typical corrupt Swamp politician? Because, that's all anyone is saying.


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  1. by oldedude on September 28, 2023 7:55 pm
    They will always be good little bootlickers to their lords. Just like those germans that said they didn't know Jews were being burned but living downwind from Treblinka. Or Auschwitz. It's all the same.

    "God save the queen!"
    We'll follow her, they/them.


  2. by oldedude on September 29, 2023 7:30 pm
    Since no one wants to respond, here are some quotes. Agreeing with Lead and adding quotes.

    Turley mentioned four potential legal violations: bribery, obstruction of justice, conspiracy, and abuse of power.

    He stressed that a presidential impeachment should be based on an alleged violation of a criminal statute, even though the U.S. Constitution doesn’t require such a crime as a prerequisite to impeachment.

    “One of the things I recommend is that the committee start by looking at potential crimes,” Turley said. “I’ve said that in the past two impeachments; it’s an important thing to front-load criminal acts.”

    In 2019, the House’s then-Democrat majority impeached then-President Donald Trump on two articles for noncriminal acts: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

    “As I talk about in my testimony, bribery, obstruction, conspiracy, abuse of power, those have all been raised in past impeachments,” Turley said. “Abuse of power is the article that is very, very common. It tends to be a catch-all, which is why I suggest you end there rather than start there, because that’s the article that brings in a lot of noncriminal conduct. Frankly, I think you need to focus as much as you can on the evidence and whether you can establish these connections.”

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  3. by Curt_Anderson on September 29, 2023 8:54 pm
    OD,
    I saw only one question in this thread. HtS asked "I ask again why you want to suppose that Joe's anything but a typical corrupt Swamp politician? Because, that's all anyone is saying."

    That's an awfully vague allegation against Biden. I'd like to know what elected official in Washington hasn't been accused of being a "typical corrupt Swamp politician"?



  4. by oldedude on September 29, 2023 11:36 pm
    I think that's pretty specific. He's changed a public service "job" into a full time money maker. I do agree that's something that may be "normal" for swamp folk. and it shouldn't be. Turley mentioned four potential legal violations: bribery, obstruction of justice, conspiracy, and abuse of power. I'd say that's a pretty good start. Now comes the legal aspect of supporting each charge.


  5. by Curt_Anderson on September 30, 2023 9:02 am
    OD,
    Yes, Turley mentioned “bribery, obstruction, conspiracy, and abuse of power were all the "most obvious potential articles of impeachment," but added that it had NOT been established and that Biden should be charged with any of those.

    "Abuse of power is the article that is very, very common," Turley said. "It tends to be a catchall, and it is the one that I’ve always been a little bit uncomfortable with, which is why I suggest you END there rather than START there because that’s the article that brings in a lot of noncriminal conduct, and frankly I think that you need to focus as much as you can on the evidence and whether you can establish these connections."


  6. by oldedude on September 30, 2023 9:08 pm
    jjpo- You forget that you can be impeached for non criminal activity. Remember what you said earlier? Impeachment isn't a LEGAL TRIAL? I suggest you start with that. With the information already released, and with a semi decent analyst, that third-grader could put this together.

    Let's see. pedojr is in trouble in Ukraine. The board believes it may fall due to an investigation from the appointed investigator. two days later pedojoe "just happens" to grab a hop to Kiev an meets with the hierarchy of Ukraine and threatens them to change the investigator or he won't give them money which congress agreed on (which he willfully states on tape TWICE). A few days later, money (a few MILLION dollars) comes in from shell companies to the pedofamily with the original source being Ukraine.

    This falls directly in line with what you said about Joaquin Guzman. He isn't going to "handle" the money. He's just going to be an account.


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