Trump asking for the Truth about Bidens abuse of his office is not wrong, just because Biden is running doesn't make him above the law, the entire premise is ridiculous and the incredulous way Schumer, Schiff and virtually every democrat has raged on and on in lock step leveling absurd accusation and flat out fabrications in a blatantly obvious attempt to slander the President has left democrats with zero credibility.I watched all 13+ hours yesterday. They say the fish rots from the head. That would best explain Trump's legal team as they did not seem up to the challenge. The House prosecutors laid out a compelling case for removal, but were unable to get any republicans to switch party lines to allow for new documents or witnesses yet. McConnell has left a vote for after the question and answer period which seems bass ackwards.
Yes, I also had to when I read this. Claiming that King "tweeted" and was impeached for doing so pales in its nonsense. King was assassinated by a white supremasist, not removed from office. I remember when it occurred and it had a profound shock effect on the black community in the south. The 60's were a decade of assassins. JFK, Bobby Kennedy and M. L. King were killed between 1963 and 1968. None had anything in common with Donald Trump.ROFL
WASHINGTON—Praising the civil rights leader for his determination and commitment to justice, Kellyanne Conway, senior counselor to the president, suggested to reporters Monday that Martin Luther King Jr. would have traveled to Ukraine for dirt on Joe Biden. “Dr. Martin Luther King, who was known for his nonviolent tactics, including protests and community organizing, would certainly have traveled abroad to pressure foreign nations to expose a political enemy’s secrets,” said Conway, who explained that if King were alive today, he would without a doubt hop on a flight to Kiev to meet with Ukrainian government officials to acquire potentially damaging information about Biden’s younger son, Hunter. “While much of the United States remains divided, Dr. King had a brave and bold vision hinged on withholding aid from Ukraine for personal political purposes. He understood that civil disobedience is essential in fighting a corrupt system, so he wasn’t afraid to spend the night in jail or do a little quid pro quo. In fact, some of his most famous tweets were written from jail.” Conway added that it was a shame such a great civil rights leader had been impeached so young. ~ The Onion