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Article of Impeachment introduced

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Emperor of Kingwood --- 153 days ago -

Comrade Trump Jr has proved his intent with the Emails that he released.

He can do whatever he wants, he is a private citizen. No crime. 

RiteWingKing --- 153 days ago -

He can do whatever he wants, he is a private citizen. No crime.

Was he not a campaign official, Then election laws come into play. Besides that what he did was un-American.

He had the intent to collude with Russia. Put Trump first not America First. 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 153 days ago -

Was he not a campaign official,

No he was not. 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 153 days ago -

Besides that what he did was un-American.

Then why are you not concerned with HRCs activities? 

RiteWingKing --- 153 days ago -

Then why are you not concerned with HRCs activities?

I am. If her campaign displayed the behavior. I find that disgusting and un-American. I am no Hillary fan. The fact is she is not President. I want the President to look out for our American National and not the Russians.

I will leave to Mueller the legal aspects.

However I did find this:

You may have crossed the line on conspiracy to commit election fraud or conspiracy to obtain information from a foreign adversary,

Other legal minds agree. "It's a shocking admission of a criminal conspiracy," said Jens David Ohlin, associate dean of Cornell Law School, in a statement shared with The Post. "The conversation will now turn to whether President Trump was personally involved or not. But the question of the campaign's involvement appears settled now. The answer is yes." 

RiteWingKing --- 153 days ago -

We have not changed Election Law in over Thirty Years. I think it may need an update with the change in Technology. 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 153 days ago -

But the question of the campaign's involvement appears settled now. The answer is yes."

No, nothing is settled. No indictment. 

RiteWingKing --- 153 days ago -

No indictment.

Irrelevant. That is not what the Cornell Law Professor was stating.

Comrade Trump Campaign was stating for months..No Collusion... We know that is a lie. 

Dorothy Parker --- 153 days ago -

The Trump campaign and people close to Trump said for months they had NO CONTACT with anyone from Russia. Yet, all we've found is constant contact from them with Russia! To the tune of Trump Jr releasing his own email chain with Russia.

The lies about contact should be concerning if nothing else. 

witchywoman --- 153 days ago -

It's unamerican to defend their behavior.

GOP has been placing party before country for decades already. 

witchywoman --- 153 days ago -

Gonna be a busy day for justie...again.?

Does Comrade JW ever log off? Or even sleep? 

Tryingto --- 153 days ago -

He can do whatever he wants, he is a private citizen. No crime.

The e-mail went to Kushner and another Trump guy actively on the campaign. I believe they were cc'd and then attended. So, people in the campaign were involved, and Kushner is in the White House.

For real, if they had no sinister meetings with Russians why all the lying? The intent for getting dirt was in black and white.

The, wah, wah, "Hillary did it..." is so juvenile, and isn't an argument, it's whining and irrelevant. The Clinton's are gone. Run the WH like you thought they should... 

the Markster --- 153 days ago -

It's okay for the democrats to do anything they want. It's not okay for anybody else to do the same thing.

Its ok to lie about WMD's
Looks like they all lie
btw...what is it that the dems want to do that isnt ok? Health care? 

witchywoman --- 153 days ago -

Embracing Russia is not an act of patriotism. 

urabunchcats --- 153 days ago -

Go Trump!

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Tryingto --- 152 days ago -

So, in your world that is what the president looks like? I guess we understand your delusion a little further. 

JustWatching --- 152 days ago -

Once again...nothing came out of the meeting. It lasted 20 minutes and the lawyer had nothing. No matter what reason he went to the meeting, Junior did nothing wrong. There is no law against getting info on your opponent in an election. HRC bought and paid for a phony dossier on Trump. Where is the outrage over what she did? She actually got info from a foreign gov't where Junior got nothing. As for as I know you haven't committed a crime when you just think about it. 

JustWatching --- 152 days ago -

He had the intent to collude with Russia.

What law saws that colluding with a foreign gov't is illegal? I say it again...collusion is an antitrust term and has nothing to do with an election. 

JustWatching --- 152 days ago -

All you people on the left can believe the narrative that the liberal media and the democrats are putting out but when you are proved wrong then where will you be? 

sdanielmcev --- 152 days ago -


You may have crossed the line on conspiracy to commit election fraud or conspiracy to obtain information from a foreign adversary


There is no law either way regarding 'conspiracy to commit election fraud.'


'Other legal minds agree. "It's a shocking admission of a criminal conspiracy."' Obviously this legal mind is confused. First off criminal implies felonious. These are civilian laws. Second, see above. Proving conspiracy would also require proving intent. There has been no shown attempt at proving intent. 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 152 days ago -

Can anyone show where there was a violation of the Federal Election Campaign act of 1971? 

AMDG --- 152 days ago -

Can anyone show where there was a violation of the Federal Election Campaign act of 1971?

Not sure where the investigation will go - but the possible problem is this.

It is illegal to receive campaign contributions from a foreign government. Contributions are defined as anything of value. It you consider official government documents that would help the trump campaign as an item of value - then it is possible that

Jr and the others there could be in violation. I am not sure if the intent to receive is enough to break that law or if there had to be an actual exchange - which may or may not have happened - not sure anyone not in that room actually knows what was said - exchanged.

And Jr has changed his story so many times on this - not sure his word is very credible anymore. 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 152 days ago -

It you consider official government documents that would help the trump campaign as an item of value

Federal election law and the SCOTUS say contribution, not thing of value. 

RayofHope --- 152 days ago -

Two lawmakers have introduced an Article of Impeachmen

Give me a break!! More fake news!! 

AMDG --- 152 days ago -

Federal election law and the SCOTUS say contribution, not thing of value.

Heard otherwise, not a lawyer so have no real clue - you may well be right. 

fuzz81 --- 152 days ago -

Yes it does.

"A foreign national shall not, directly or indirectly, make a contribution or a donation of money or other thing of value, or expressly or impliedly promise to make a contribution or a donation, in connection with any Federal, State, or local election." 

fuzz81 --- 152 days ago -

"No person shall knowingly solicit, accept, or receive from a foreign national any contribution or donation prohibited by"

Even without receiving it, the solicitation of the information is also a crime. 

fuzz81 --- 152 days ago -

emp is just dead wrong as always 

Tryingto --- 152 days ago -

Even without receiving it, the solicitation of the information is also a crime.

I understood accepting the email, responding, and agreeing to meet "and love it", all fall under conspiracy given what the intent of the meeting was. You don't have to leave with dirt--just willing to go. She was a foreign national--whether a govt. official or not.

He may have set it up, but Kushner is in the office. So, Eric shouldn't be the patsy on this IMO. 

fuzz81 --- 152 days ago -

Kushner should also be prosecuted. The whole lot of them. 

AMDG --- 152 days ago -

emp is just dead wrong as always


Well happy to allow the investigators do their job and see if they feel there was anything illegal here.

But still sad that it seems that is where we now have the bar for our elected officials - at least they are not felons

Jr's actions, on his own admission in the emails he shared are plenty for me to believe he was more than willing to meet with a foreign national to receive official Russian documents to help his fathers election.

If you don't think there is anything wrong with that, I don't know what to say. 

Joe Blow --- 152 days ago -

Comrade JW.



LMFAO! KU is full of Dump's comrades! Good one RWK!

LMFAO 

Joe Blow --- 152 days ago -

Kushner should also be prosecuted. The whole lot of them.


Comrade Kushner you mean.

LMFAO 

Joe Blow --- 152 days ago -

Does Comrade JW ever log off? Or even sleep?


A BIG FAT NO! One comrade must defend another 24/7 and never come up for air!

LMFAO 

AMDG --- 152 days ago -

not exactly sure which is more troubling - DJT jr - taking the meeting he thought he was taking or his fathers tweet:

?Most politicians would have gone to a meeting like the one Don Jr. attended in order to get info on an opponent. That?s politics!? Trump tweeted Monday.

I am not sure he actually know the law or the very good reason it exists. 

jackass --- 152 days ago -

Isn't the electoral college going to protect him from scandals?






LOL 

Tryingto --- 152 days ago -

?Most politicians would have gone to a meeting like the one Don Jr. attended in order to get info on an opponent. That?s politics!? Trump tweeted Monday.

Nixon probably thought breaking into the democratic headquarters to get dirt was just politics too... 

Joe Blow --- 152 days ago -

?Most politicians would have gone to a meeting like the one Don Jr. attended in order to get info on an opponent. That?s politics!? Trump tweeted Monday.



What a jackass.

LMFAO 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 152 days ago -

Nixon probably thought breaking into the democratic headquarters to get dirt was just politics too...

Oh please. Breaking and entering and stealing medical records has always been illegal regardless of the reason. 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 152 days ago -

Kushner should also be prosecuted. The whole lot of them.


What law has been broken? 

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