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Futurama Fry in politics
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1 up, 2w
What about the case solid, may I ask?
Futurama Fry in politics
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2 ups, 2w
Well, when you're done crying into yours because you're still crying over Trump being acquitted, then maybe I'll consider doing that. (Though I probably won't because I'm not some pussy that's afraid of things not going my way)

BTW: thank you for finally bringing up a point I agree with. You're right, Trump's lawyers during this trial were awful. Even though I agreed with everything they were saying, it still hurt to listen to them speak.
Futurama Fry in politics
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You missed my point, didn't you?

Forget about the legitimacy for one second. If you want to disagree with me about whether the trial was permissible, that's fine.

But it still doesn't change the fact that the impeachment managers were caught lying. And no one is talking about that. Their "evidence" consisted of nothing but tweets, op-eds, and edited videos missing minutes of important context.

Even if the trial was legit, the so-called "proof" was not.

BTW: this isn't a "legal assessment", it's basic observation. Any fool could've seen what dems were bringing forward and know that it wouldn't have been enough.
Futurama Fry in politics
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https://twitter.com/JenLawrence21/status/1359623622206267392

Regardless of whether it's an impeachment or not, it's all a sham anyway.

Dems falsified evidence. This was never about justice. This was never about unifying the country by making something "right". This is them trying to look for their "I was right" moment at the taxpayer's expense.

So you can keep arguing that this trial was legitimate all you want, but every one of those demorats and rinos in the house and senate lied to us. It's about time THEY start being held accountable for it.
Futurama Fry in politics
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Okay, then Chief Justice Roberts was supposed to be the one presiding, thus the whole case was illegitimate. So either way, this trial never should've happened.

You can't have it both ways. You can't jump back and forth from criminal case of a private citizen to impeachment of a president as long as it fits the narrative.
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