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Rudy Giuliana opened his mouth ( again)

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    Like you said "...to pass the articles of impeachment, but hold on to them.....; this looks like an good idea, because the Senate "thing" will only become an "circus" or being an total "scam".

    Therefore hold on, until Trump carries out more "shit" and then add those to the existing "articles"

    I'm afraid if the Dem's are not in control of the Senate happenings, then they will be running away with their tails between their legs. And have lost most everything and the elections will be "rigged" again. Then this country will be officially an "dictatorship", Sieg heil King Trump!

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    Democrats are not in control of the Senate hearing. Mitch McConnell is and no matter what Schumer says or does, Mitch McConnell has 100 percent control of the process. All Schumer can do is play to the public, but as we all know, the Trump supporters are not going to budge.

    There may be a glimmer of hope if sufficient pressure is put on McConnell over the Christmas break to call witnesses to testify, but if McConnell thinks the added testimonies of Bolton and Mulvaney could undermine Trump, he will not allow it. Party first.

    Democrats are not interested in hearing from Giuliani as he is so unpredictable...a loose cannon likely to spew out more lies knowing full well that no matter what happens a Trump pardon is waiting for him. Maybe that's what they discussed in their private meeting after Giuliani returned from his fact finding mission to Ukraine. They are ruthless.

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    Schmidt Wrote:

    Democrats are not in control of the Senate hearing. Mitch McConnell is and no matter what Schumer says or does, Mitch McConnell has 100 percent control of the process. All Schumer can do is play to the public, but as we all know, the Trump supporters are not going to budge.

    There may be a glimmer of hope if sufficient pressure is put on McConnell over the Christmas break to call witnesses to testify, but if McConnell thinks the added testimonies of Bolton and Mulvaney could undermine Trump, he will not allow it. Party first.

    Democrats are not interested in hearing from Giuliani as he is so unpredictable...a loose cannon likely to spew out more lies knowing full well that no matter what happens a Trump pardon is waiting for him. Maybe that's what they discussed in their private meeting after Giuliani returned from his fact finding mission to Ukraine. They are ruthless.

    Like Arizona said; "impeach" at the"House" and then "full stop"; he's got the right idea. Since as you said, that the Senate won't budge, because of McConnell, then stay away from it and let the House impeachment hang like a cloud over Trump's head until he screws up again in such way that then likely the Senate finally gives in and agrees.
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    At some point it time, it's entirely possible that Rudy will wind up in prison. Here's a few key points:

    Giuliani associate Lev Parnas had concealed from the government $1 million he had received from an account in Russia. Today, US prosecutors told a judge that the source of that money was Dmytro Firtash, a corrupt Ukrainian oligarch associated with the Russian mob. The money went to the account of Parnas’s wife, Svetlana Parnas.

    This means that Firtash was paying Parnas, and Parnas was paying Giuliani, who was working for Trump for free. This ties Trump to Russian mobsters.

    Since Devin Nunes apparently got a call from Parnas's wife, he is in pretty deep as well.

    https://heathercoxrichardson.substack.com/

    To make things even more interesting, it's been reported that Mike Pompeo has recalled the acting US ambassador to Ukraine, William Taylor, who testified about the administration’s effort to pressure Ukraine president Zelensky into announcing an investigation into the Bidens. In view of the fact that he is the ACTING ambassador, his departure should not be a surprise. Under the provisions of the Vacancies Act, political appointees in an acting position can hold office only for about 200 days. Since he started in the post in June, his "expiration date" was coming due soon anyway. At this point, I have lost track of how many people in Trump's administration are "acting", but it likely exceeds the number of people who were actually confirmed by the senate.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/12/17/world/europe/william-taylor-ukraine.html