Justice Roberts says what?

What will happen when the 2nd Impeachment Trial convenes?

  • It will proceed as a democrat Kangaroo Court with Kamala presiding

    Votes: 11 45.8%
  • It will be challenged for constitutionality and sent to the USSC for a decision

    Votes: 8 33.3%
  • Other?

    Votes: 5 20.8%

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Chief Justice John Roberts reportedly wants no part of Trump's impeachment trial (yahoo.com)

" Trump's trial is a bit of a constitutional oddity. On the one hand, it's a presidential impeachment, but on the other hand, the trial will take place after he leaves office, which is why there's a chance Roberts may have some wiggle room. "

Gee, what's Schumer going to do with his 'erection' now?
The impeachment is already over and doesn't involve the Chief Justice. The House does that.
 

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Chief Justice John Roberts reportedly wants no part of Trump's impeachment trial (yahoo.com)

" Trump's trial is a bit of a constitutional oddity. On the one hand, it's a presidential impeachment, but on the other hand, the trial will take place after he leaves office, which is why there's a chance Roberts may have some wiggle room. "

Gee, what's Schumer going to do with his 'erection' now?
Justice Roberts could of avoided the whole impeachment trial if he would of acted on the voter fraud of the 2020 election, but no, like a establishment republican he cowardly went along with the progs and denied the voices of 75 million citizens. Fuck Justice Roberts.....
 

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Chief Justice John Roberts reportedly wants no part of Trump's impeachment trial (yahoo.com)

" Trump's trial is a bit of a constitutional oddity. On the one hand, it's a presidential impeachment, but on the other hand, the trial will take place after he leaves office, which is why there's a chance Roberts may have some wiggle room. "

Gee, what's Schumer going to do with his 'erection' now?
Justice Roberts could of avoided the whole impeachment trial if he would of acted on the voter fraud of the 2020 election, but no, like a establishment republican he cowardly went along with the progs and denied the voices of 75 million citizens. Fuck Justice Roberts.....
Roberts is a disgrace. I still want to know how many times he went to Epstein's island.
 

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The impeachment trial process is to remove a sitting president.
Trump is no longer a sitting president, he's a private citizen.
Yes, this really could end up in front of the Supreme Court.

Anyone wonder why they didn't impeach Nixon once he resigned????
 

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Chief Justice John Roberts reportedly wants no part of Trump's impeachment trial (yahoo.com)

" Trump's trial is a bit of a constitutional oddity. On the one hand, it's a presidential impeachment, but on the other hand, the trial will take place after he leaves office, which is why there's a chance Roberts may have some wiggle room. "

Gee, what's Schumer going to do with his 'erection' now?
Justice Roberts could of [sic] avoided the whole impeachment trial if he would of [sic] acted on the voter fraud of the 2020 election, but no, like a establishment republican [sic] he cowardly went along with the progs and denied the voices of 75 million citizens. Fuck Justice Roberts.....
(a) there was never "voter fraud" to act on; (b) Texas has no standing to tell Pennsylvania how to run its elections; and (c) election day is over and you don't get to pile on extra votes to bring your LOSING total up to 75 million .... ESPECIALLY when in the same post you think you're gonna bring up "voter fraud".
 

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Chief Justice John Roberts reportedly wants no part of Trump's impeachment trial (yahoo.com)

" Trump's trial is a bit of a constitutional oddity. On the one hand, it's a presidential impeachment, but on the other hand, the trial will take place after he leaves office, which is why there's a chance Roberts may have some wiggle room. "

Gee, what's Schumer going to do with his 'erection' now?
Justice Roberts could of avoided the whole impeachment trial if he would of acted on the voter fraud of the 2020 election, but no, like a establishment republican he cowardly went along with the progs and denied the voices of 75 million citizens. Fuck Justice Roberts.....
Roberts is a disgrace. I still want to know how many times he went to Epstein's island.

According to the Epstein's flight log this is one time,probably there were others

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The impeachment trial process is to remove a sitting president.
Trump is no longer a sitting president, he's a private citizen.
Yes, this really could end up in front of the Supreme Court.

Anyone wonder why they didn't impeach Nixon once he resigned????
Nixon was out of office once he resigned, by definition.

Rump was still in office when he was impeached.
 

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Chief Justice John Roberts reportedly wants no part of Trump's impeachment trial (yahoo.com)

" Trump's trial is a bit of a constitutional oddity. On the one hand, it's a presidential impeachment, but on the other hand, the trial will take place after he leaves office, which is why there's a chance Roberts may have some wiggle room. "

Gee, what's Schumer going to do with his 'erection' now?
Its part of Roberts' job duties, he doesn't have a choice. I guess he could quit?
 

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The impeachment trial process is to remove a sitting president.
Trump is no longer a sitting president, he's a private citizen.
Yes, this really could end up in front of the Supreme Court.

Anyone wonder why they didn't impeach Nixon once he resigned????
Nixon was out of office once he resigned, by definition.

Rump was still in office when he was impeached.
And? Trump is out of office now. Are they going to reinstate Trump to remove him.
It's done.
 

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The impeachment trial process is to remove a sitting president.
Trump is no longer a sitting president, he's a private citizen.
Yes, this really could end up in front of the Supreme Court.

Anyone wonder why they didn't impeach Nixon once he resigned????
Nixon was out of office once he resigned, by definition.

Rump was still in office when he was impeached.
And? Trump is out of office now. Are they going to reinstate Trump to remove him.
It's done.
You seem to be operating on the premise that removal from current office is the only remedy an impeachment can bring (?)
 

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If a person can be impeached after they leave office, what is to stop vengeful idiots from impeaching ANY former president?

I think it is high time we impeach Millard Fillmore, myself.
I don't think you can impeach somebody who's no longer in the office.

That's not what's happening here. Again the impeachment already took place. What's left to go is the trial.

Suppose a DA indicts somebody for a crime. Then before the case goes to trial the DA's term ends, or he takes another position, whatever. The trial still takes place. Suppose the defendant was indicted for embezzlement, but he's been fired from that employer since the embezzlement took place. It still goes to trial.
 
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The impeachment trial process is to remove a sitting president.
Trump is no longer a sitting president, he's a private citizen.
Yes, this really could end up in front of the Supreme Court.

Anyone wonder why they didn't impeach Nixon once he resigned????
Nixon was out of office once he resigned, by definition.

Rump was still in office when he was impeached.
And? Trump is out of office now. Are they going to reinstate Trump to remove him.
It's done.
You seem to be operating on the premise that removal from current office is the only remedy an impeachment can bring (?)
Well, the definition of impeachment


  • Impeachment, as defined in Article II, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution, is the formal process in which Congress brings charges against high-ranking civil officers, such as the president, in a bid to remove them from office.

Also, the way your tribe impeaches is really staggering. There wasn't even a lawyer for Trump during this clown show. :rolleyes-41:
No witnesses, just an old butthurt Pelosi with a vendetta. But, let it happen, it will be another stain on your party.
 

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