Today, both sides make their closing arguments in Donald Trump’s impeachment trial. While his acquittal is all but certain, there is the possibility that a few Democrats may vote with the Republicans.
You can rest assured that even one partial acquittal from a Democrat would prompt Republican cries about “bipartisan” “exoneration.” Meanwhile, you can watch the arguments below, via C-Span.
Share your thoughts and observations below.
Correction: This is Day 11 of the impeachment trial, not Day 10, as was originally stated.
I’ve always regarded the tactic of allowing ‘blue dog’ types in red or reddish states to vote with the R’s as a little distasteful, but in this case, I’m happy to give Joe Manchin some credit. Let’s hope a censure vote enrages Trump to the point of blowing a foo-foo valve.
Apparently, he hasn’t said if he’ll vote to remove Trump.
The nation that the Founding Fathers contemplated will no longer exist if Mango and Mitch are in office for four more years.
And let’s keep in mind – no matter what the Right Wing does here, the Pence White House was impeached. Period. Full Stop. Every history that gets written about this miserable epoch (and there will be plenty of misery to cover) will include the note that Pence’s childish spokesman got himself impeached by trying to goon it up over a nonsense conspiracy theory.