Today, impeachment manager Rep. Jamie Raskin read aloud the single charge against the former president, kicking off impeachment proceedings in the Senate where Democrats will aim to sway at least 17 of their Republican colleagues to vote to convict the former president for inciting violence against the government of the United States. #Colbert #ALateShow #Monologue
Cringe. Is this humor for 70 year old rich white men?Reply
If the rebels rectums fit their puppetmasters hand you must acquit! I mean convict!Reply
Good lord that image of lindsey graham is so fucking cursed.Reply
I thought this was about Bidens ongoing impeachmen that msm are pretending doesn’t exist.. The purpose of impeachment is to remove from office .Can somebody please explain what office Trump needs to be removed from?Reply
11 of those senators should be removed at the very least from this case considering absolute conflict of interest because they were accomplices and should be on trial as well.Reply
America needs to change the law if they let Donnie go for a second time. The system must be neutral, move the vote away from the senate committeeReply
Oh, that’s why Lindsey Graham’s nose was so far up Trump’s rear, he was just saying “hello”. What a faithful pooch he still is.Reply
One of those “loose ends” has been happening under the noses of not just the US but the rest of the world. Trump’s failure with China.
They have quietly taken over 10% of European’s trade, gained financial and political influence over Britain and Australia. They brought back their old trade networks from the empirical age.
They now get a large amount of resources from Australia who seem to be now hopelessly addicted to Chinese trade. They are now dodging Trump’s tariffs by manufacturing products to 90% completion and adding the final step elsewhere. Stamping those products as everything but Chinese and selling them to the US without us noticing.Reply
trump doesnt like dogs, and they dont like him. dogs know.Reply
God, this monologue was amazing.Reply
Get it? No pubes!Reply