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Trump Acquitted.

pawzpawz Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 18,751
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edited February 2021 in Tug Tavern
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    HHuskyHHusky Member Posts: 19,110
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    "clears"

    funny
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    pawzpawz Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 18,751
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    HHusky said:

    "clears"

    funny

    2024
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    HHuskyHHusky Member Posts: 19,110
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    pawz said:

    HHusky said:

    "clears"

    funny

    2024
    sure
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    PurpleThrobberPurpleThrobber Member Posts: 41,776
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    HHusky said:

    "clears"

    funny

    Please to be posting a copy of your law degree -it's quite clear you have no fucking clue on the US Constitution.

    Article I § 2 of the United States Constitution gives the House of Representatives the sole power to impeach (make formal charges against) and Article I § 3 gives the Senate the sole power to try impeachments. The Senate would then debate the matter, and vote, each individual Senator voting whether to convict the President and remove him from office, or against conviction. If more than two-thirds of the Senators present vote to convict, the President would be removed from office. Thus a Senator who abstained from voting but was present would in effect be voting against conviction. (Article I § 3).


    It's over - your overlords didn't have the votes.

    Like we say, fuck off.

    The Founding Fathers win again.

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    HHuskyHHusky Member Posts: 19,110
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    HHusky said:

    "clears"

    funny

    Please to be posting a copy of your law degree -it's quite clear you have no fucking clue on the US Constitution.

    Article I § 2 of the United States Constitution gives the House of Representatives the sole power to impeach (make formal charges against) and Article I § 3 gives the Senate the sole power to try impeachments. The Senate would then debate the matter, and vote, each individual Senator voting whether to convict the President and remove him from office, or against conviction. If more than two-thirds of the Senators present vote to convict, the President would be removed from office. Thus a Senator who abstained from voting but was present would in effect be voting against conviction. (Article I § 3).


    It's over - your overlords didn't have the votes.

    Like we say, fuck off.

    The Founding Fathers win again.

    acquitted

    not cleared of inciting the Capitol riot

    words have meaning
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    PurpleThrobberPurpleThrobber Member Posts: 41,776
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    edited February 2021
    HHusky said:

    HHusky said:

    "clears"

    funny

    Please to be posting a copy of your law degree -it's quite clear you have no fucking clue on the US Constitution.

    Article I § 2 of the United States Constitution gives the House of Representatives the sole power to impeach (make formal charges against) and Article I § 3 gives the Senate the sole power to try impeachments. The Senate would then debate the matter, and vote, each individual Senator voting whether to convict the President and remove him from office, or against conviction. If more than two-thirds of the Senators present vote to convict, the President would be removed from office. Thus a Senator who abstained from voting but was present would in effect be voting against conviction. (Article I § 3).


    It's over - your overlords didn't have the votes.

    Like we say, fuck off.

    The Founding Fathers win again.

    acquitted

    not cleared of inciting the Capitol riot

    words have meaning
    Indubitably.

    Fuck off.

    With meaning.

    Post the law degree or STFU.
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    PurpleThrobberPurpleThrobber Member Posts: 41,776
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    Need to mix that with the blonde MILF from LSU dance...

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    thechatchthechatch Member Posts: 5,547
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    Another fantastic waste of time and money.

    Have the covid checks been mailed out?
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    Bob_CBob_C Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 8,861
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    HHusky said:

    HHusky said:

    "clears"

    funny

    Please to be posting a copy of your law degree -it's quite clear you have no fucking clue on the US Constitution.

    Article I § 2 of the United States Constitution gives the House of Representatives the sole power to impeach (make formal charges against) and Article I § 3 gives the Senate the sole power to try impeachments. The Senate would then debate the matter, and vote, each individual Senator voting whether to convict the President and remove him from office, or against conviction. If more than two-thirds of the Senators present vote to convict, the President would be removed from office. Thus a Senator who abstained from voting but was present would in effect be voting against conviction. (Article I § 3).


    It's over - your overlords didn't have the votes.

    Like we say, fuck off.

    The Founding Fathers win again.

    acquitted

    not cleared of inciting the Capitol riot

    words have meaning
    Was cleared an option in the voting?
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    ReignManReignMan Member Posts: 217
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    Looks like Mitt took his thumb out of his mouth long enough to vote to impeach Trump.

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    HHuskyHHusky Member Posts: 19,110
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    Bob_C said:

    HHusky said:

    HHusky said:

    "clears"

    funny

    Please to be posting a copy of your law degree -it's quite clear you have no fucking clue on the US Constitution.

    Article I § 2 of the United States Constitution gives the House of Representatives the sole power to impeach (make formal charges against) and Article I § 3 gives the Senate the sole power to try impeachments. The Senate would then debate the matter, and vote, each individual Senator voting whether to convict the President and remove him from office, or against conviction. If more than two-thirds of the Senators present vote to convict, the President would be removed from office. Thus a Senator who abstained from voting but was present would in effect be voting against conviction. (Article I § 3).


    It's over - your overlords didn't have the votes.

    Like we say, fuck off.

    The Founding Fathers win again.

    acquitted

    not cleared of inciting the Capitol riot

    words have meaning
    Was cleared an option in the voting?
    Take it up with the OP
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    NorthwestFreshNorthwestFresh Member Posts: 7,972
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    edited February 2021
    HHusky said:

    Bob_C said:

    HHusky said:

    HHusky said:

    "clears"

    funny

    Please to be posting a copy of your law degree -it's quite clear you have no fucking clue on the US Constitution.

    Article I § 2 of the United States Constitution gives the House of Representatives the sole power to impeach (make formal charges against) and Article I § 3 gives the Senate the sole power to try impeachments. The Senate would then debate the matter, and vote, each individual Senator voting whether to convict the President and remove him from office, or against conviction. If more than two-thirds of the Senators present vote to convict, the President would be removed from office. Thus a Senator who abstained from voting but was present would in effect be voting against conviction. (Article I § 3).


    It's over - your overlords didn't have the votes.

    Like we say, fuck off.

    The Founding Fathers win again.

    acquitted

    not cleared of inciting the Capitol riot

    words have meaning
    Was cleared an option in the voting?
    Take it up with the OP
    OK

    Let’s go with exonerate or vindicate. Clear is mild yet still appropriate.

    Does those work, Lionel?

    You really are terrible at this, but given your fantasy life of being some Hot Shot I understand. Limited mental ability is a struggle I bet.

    Words have meaning!!

    https://www.merriam-webster.com/thesaurus/acquit

    Synonyms for acquit

    absolve, clear, exculpate, exonerate, vindicate
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    HHuskyHHusky Member Posts: 19,110
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    HHusky said:

    Bob_C said:

    HHusky said:

    HHusky said:

    "clears"

    funny

    Please to be posting a copy of your law degree -it's quite clear you have no fucking clue on the US Constitution.

    Article I § 2 of the United States Constitution gives the House of Representatives the sole power to impeach (make formal charges against) and Article I § 3 gives the Senate the sole power to try impeachments. The Senate would then debate the matter, and vote, each individual Senator voting whether to convict the President and remove him from office, or against conviction. If more than two-thirds of the Senators present vote to convict, the President would be removed from office. Thus a Senator who abstained from voting but was present would in effect be voting against conviction. (Article I § 3).


    It's over - your overlords didn't have the votes.

    Like we say, fuck off.

    The Founding Fathers win again.

    acquitted

    not cleared of inciting the Capitol riot

    words have meaning
    Was cleared an option in the voting?
    Take it up with the OP
    OK

    Let’s go with exonerate or vindicate. Clear is mild yet still appropriate.

    Does those work, Lionel?

    You really are terrible at this, but given your fantasy life of being some Hot Shot I understand. Limited mental ability is a struggle I bet.

    Words have meaning!!

    https://www.merriam-webster.com/thesaurus/acquit

    Synonyms for acquit

    absolve, clear, exculpate, exonerate, vindicate
    Another synonym: when at least 58 US Senators think you're guilty as fuck.
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    NorthwestFreshNorthwestFresh Member Posts: 7,972
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    edited February 2021
    HHusky said:

    HHusky said:

    Bob_C said:

    HHusky said:

    HHusky said:

    "clears"

    funny

    Please to be posting a copy of your law degree -it's quite clear you have no fucking clue on the US Constitution.

    Article I § 2 of the United States Constitution gives the House of Representatives the sole power to impeach (make formal charges against) and Article I § 3 gives the Senate the sole power to try impeachments. The Senate would then debate the matter, and vote, each individual Senator voting whether to convict the President and remove him from office, or against conviction. If more than two-thirds of the Senators present vote to convict, the President would be removed from office. Thus a Senator who abstained from voting but was present would in effect be voting against conviction. (Article I § 3).


    It's over - your overlords didn't have the votes.

    Like we say, fuck off.

    The Founding Fathers win again.

    acquitted

    not cleared of inciting the Capitol riot

    words have meaning
    Was cleared an option in the voting?
    Take it up with the OP
    OK

    Let’s go with exonerate or vindicate. Clear is mild yet still appropriate.

    Does those work, Lionel?

    You really are terrible at this, but given your fantasy life of being some Hot Shot I understand. Limited mental ability is a struggle I bet.

    Words have meaning!!

    https://www.merriam-webster.com/thesaurus/acquit

    Synonyms for acquit

    absolve, clear, exculpate, exonerate, vindicate
    Another synonym: when at least 58 US Senators think you're guilty as fuck.
    You could just say “I’m a fucking dipshit” and be done with it.

    A limited vocabulary on the word “acquit” for a supposed attorney. Give up the ruse, dummy, and stick with kissing Biden’s ass.

    Lionel Hutz confirmed.
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    SoutherndawgSoutherndawg Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 8,233
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    NorthwestFreshNorthwestFresh Member Posts: 7,972
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    And poof, @HHusky gets his dumb ass kicked again and leaves.

    What a clown.
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