"9 ways to Sunday"
Is the number of ways they`ll getcha according to Chück Schumer and is on display right now. The Capitol cop "beaten to death with fire extinguisher" ...LIE. Dear Friends what I figure is the Deep State knew Trump was set for a info dump and pardons ...so they went with a deal, a deal "you can`t refuse".
Sounds like Weaver, former aid to John Kasich and now with the Lincoln Project is one of those sh-t packers that was grooming young men.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has urged Vice President Mike Pence to use the 25th Amendment to remove President Donald Trump. She threatened to impeach Trump if he did not. Pelosi gave members of Congress a roadmap on two such measures on Sunday
Why is she so insistent on these desperate attempts to remove Trump, who will leave office in ten days, anyway? While some of Trump’s statements during the Capitol riots were beyond the pale, the president has since condemned the rioters and promised to support a peaceful transition of power.
If Pence and the Cabinet use the 25th Amendment, declaring that Trump is unable to fulfill his duties as president, Trump will have an eight-day period to remain president before he is removed. If the House of Representatives votes to impeach Trump, the Senate would almost certainly not remove Trump before January 20. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) will not reconvene the Senate until January 19, effectively dooming impeachment while Trump is in office.
Both the 25th Amendment and impeachment would also set horrible constitutional precedents. Democrats appear set to impeach Trump for allegedly inciting the Capitol riots — even though the president never told his supporters to break into the Capitol or engage in violence. This would set a precedent that Congress could impeach a president if the majority party interprets aggressive rhetoric as incitement to violence. If the Cabinet uses the 25th Amendment, it would set the precedent that a Cabinet could declare a president mentally unfit, removing him or her even if he or she were able to carry out the duties of president.
Even so, Pelosi revealed her plans in a letter to fellow members of Congress on Sunday. She announced that House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-N.Y.) will request unanimous consent to bring up a resolution calling on Pence to activate the 25th Amendment. Without unanimous consent, the House will bring up the resolution on Tuesday. The resolution calls on Pence to respond within 24 hours. If he does not respond, the House will consider impeachment.
In an interview with CBS News’ 60 Minutes correspondent Leslie Stahl, Pelosi explained why Democrats are so desperate to impeach Trump.
“There is a possibility that after all of this, there’s no punishment, no consequence, and he could run again for president,” Stahl said.
“And that’s one of the motivations that people have for advocating for impeachment,” Pelosi responded.
Stahl noted that not much time remains in Trump’s term and impeachment would draw out.
“I like the 25th Amendment because it gets rid of him, he’s out of office, but there is strong support in the Congress for impeaching the president a second time. This president is guilty of inciting insurrection. He has to pay a price for that,” the speaker replied.
Re: "9 ways to Sunday"
Got a link to explain that it was a lie about the cop getting beaten with a fire extinguisher?
Not going to listen to a long video that spews trumpspeak and I am not going to doubt you entirely, just making sure what you said has some meat behind it. Thanks
Re: "9 ways to Sunday"
The only "main stream" article I could find is this. He was a good man, doing his job, it`s just reports of "beaten to death with fire extinguishers" was blown out of proportion...against the family`s wishes. All it takes is one blow to the head sometimes and it`s fatal.
Family Statement Regarding the Death of Officer Brian Sicknick
On behalf of his family and his brother's close circle of friends, Ken Sicknick released the following statement about Brian Sicknick, the United States Capitol Police (USCP) officer who died Thursday evening from injuries sustained in Wednesday's riots at the Capitol.
"My brother Brian was the youngest of three sons born to my parents in South River, NJ. Brian, age 42, wanted to be a police officer his entire life. He joined the New Jersey Air National Guard as a means to that end. In doing so, he served his country honorably in both Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Desert Shield, of which my family is very proud. While stateside during those years, Brian served as an SP for the 108th Air Refueling Wing out of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurt in New Jersey. Brian transitioned to the USCP in 2008, serving there in support of our country for the past 12 years.
Many details regarding Wednesday's events and the direct causes of Brian's injuries remain unknown and our family asks the public and the press to respect our wishes in not making Brian's passing a political issue. Please honor Brian's life and service and respect our privacy while we move forward in doing the same. Brian is a hero and that is what we would like people to remember. Thank you.”
The family also would like to express their gratitude to Brian’s law enforcement family for their kindness, compassion, and support during this difficult time.
Re: "9 ways to Sunday"
That's nearly as Trumpy as people dying of covid being mad that somebody's going to find out that they died of covid.
Which apparently happens a lot.