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    In this article. These so called swing vote Republicans. They can't understand the big picture? They're up against an organized group that will not waiver in their attempts to unseat the President. They still reject the 2016 election. They insist on keeping on digging into President Trump's life. Somehow they will come up with something to destroy him. In the process... keep the spotlight off their own Party's absolute obscene corruption.
    They've succeeded in bringing their half backed bunch of lies to the Senate. Now???

    Republican Senators actually thinking they 'want to know the truth'? Are you kidding? They can't see the forest through the trees!
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    It's all a 'dog and pony show' to appease their voting base.
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    The opening statements by Trumps defense team will be telling. One of the comments brings up an interesting fact. There is still no whistleblower. They need to be called to testify before the Senate. If Nadler won't give up the name, charge him with contempt. And every member of the House team until they do. Or dismiss the charges. They should have been the very first witness by the House and they testimony public.

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    A lot of the so-called Republicans in the Senate, are RINOs and their only purpose in being in the Senate is to have a cushy job that pays well and has a lot of influence and some prestige. These people could not care less about the health of the nation, they are only preoccupied in maintaining their jobs and the money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrbfishn View Post
    The opening statements by Trumps defense team will be telling. One of the comments brings up an interesting fact. There is still no whistleblower. They need to be called to testify before the Senate. If Nadler won't give up the name, charge him with contempt. And every member of the House team until they do. Or dismiss the charges. They should have been the very first witness by the House and they testimony public.

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    The whistleblower's testimony would be essentially "academic". It's highly doubtful that it would either change any minds or add a single fact!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gvaldeg1 View Post
    The whistleblower's testimony would be essentially "academic". It's highly doubtful that it would either change any minds or add a single fact!
    There is no whistleblower. Whistleblower is a lie. Like everything else in this Democrat attempt to take over the country.
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    From my OP. They were already warned about this kind of conduct. Why hasn't Nadler been held in contempt?
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    Those are all part of the Deep State - the DS is not limited to Dems.
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    Watch out for Mitt Romney, the weak-spined, scorned, RINO, "plastic man".

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    It's not niavete'.

    They are just being very well paid, to sell out. Everything else is window dressing.

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