Leftist goblins theorizing what things "could" mean and actual evidence are polar opposites. That's why Mueller and the DOJ didn't say there's any evidence. I know, I know. You're in that leftist fairytale bubble. Now. Time for the left to accept Mueller's decision as they told us to do earlier.
That's why Mueller and the DOJ didn't say there's any evidence.
The Attorney General just claimed publicly there isn't enough evidence to charge Trump, which obviously means there IS evidence, but not enough to charge him. What is difficult to understand about that, you boring neo-Nazi retard?
Side: But Mein Kampf
Right. Their big case for impeachment, seeing you can't indict a sitting President for a crime, will be unprovable obstruction of an investigation of a "crime" that is proven in the report to have never happened. And they'd have to sell it to a Republican Senate to get him impeached and convicted to oust him.
A hail Mary pass has a better shot.
Rule barring indicting sitting Presidents
To convict an accused, "the concurrence of two thirds of the Senate is required.
Republican (53 members)
Democratic (45 members)
Independent (2 members)
You learned something today nom.
1)A little bit about the U.S. process
2)That you are an uneducated clown.
Leftist goblins theorizing what things "could" mean and actual evidence are polar opposites.
Banned for spending the last five days spamming far right propaganda insisting the Nazis were left wing, and then coming into a debate and projecting this precise type of insane behaviour onto other people.
Side: But Mein Kampf
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