Filed Under Hilarious Unintended Consequences

These fucking people are off the charts.

I can only imagine the hilarity that would ensue if Trump actually showed up for this Kangaroo Court Kabuki.

Impeachment managers call on Trump to testify


The House impeachment managers on Thursday formally requested that former President Trump testify under oath in his Senate impeachment trial, which kicks off next week.

Rep. Jamie Raskin (Md.), the Democrats’ lead impeachment manager, sent a letter to Trump and his attorneys alleging that the former president’s defense — outlined Tuesday in a legal brief — denies irrefutable facts about Trump’s role in the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol.

“You have thus attempted to put critical facts at issue notwithstanding the clear and overwhelming evidence of your constitutional offense,” Raskin wrote Trump. “In light of your disputing these factual allegations, I write to invite you to provide testimony under oath, either before or during the Senate impeachment trial, concerning your conduct on January 6, 2021.”

To clear up the alleged discrepancies, Raskin has asked Trump to testify, and face cross-examination, as early as Monday and not later than Feb. 11, suggesting that the testimony would not necessarily be in the Senate chamber or even in public. 

“We would be pleased to arrange such testimony at a mutually convenient time and place,” wrote Raskin, who has asked for a response by 5 p.m. Friday.

Trump’s camp did not immediately respond to requests for comment Thursday afternoon, but he did not testify during his first impeachment by the House in 2019, nor the Senate trial that followed early last year. 

26 thoughts on “Filed Under Hilarious Unintended Consequences

  1. Why yes Rep Raskin, I would be honored to testify before this illustrious group of the people’s representatives….. as long as I can bring along 74 million friends of the court.
    Respectfully yours,
    Donald J Trump

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  2. I would tell my lawyer to say the following, we will bring evidence of the same sort of speech being used by Democrats inciting riots last summer, the names of congress/senators who aided the insurrection in Portland, Seattle, etc. and finish with When I challenged the results in states where they willingly and knowingly violated both the United States Constitution but their state constitutions I was doing My job, a job the job you refused to do. Then have the lawyer remind them the constitution states a sitting officeholder not a private citizen. And if you follow through and then I gain ANOTHER acquittal I will then sue each one of you who votes for, for slander and then have him walk out

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  3. “Rep. Jamie Raskin (Md.), the Democrats’ lead impeachment manager, sent a letter to Trump and his attorneys alleging that the former president’s defense — outlined Tuesday in a legal brief — denies irrefutable facts about Trump’s role in the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol.

    “You have thus attempted to put critical facts at issue notwithstanding the clear and overwhelming evidence of your constitutional offense,” Raskin wrote Trump. “In light of your disputing these factual allegations, I write to invite you to provide testimony under oath, either before or during the Senate impeachment trial, concerning your conduct on January 6, 2021.””

    Wow, that just screams “impartial trial”

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  4. Whenever a dem/prog/lib uses the term irrefutable fact, the one thing you can be absolutely sure of is that that irrefutable fact is utter bullshit. Everyone on planet earth knows this.

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  5. It’s just another version of the GTR game. Sure enough, Raskin is one of THEM. Another damned Harvard Law grad. (What did you think I meant by “them”?)

    And poor Raskin has suffered so much at Trump’s hands, I’m surprised he’s not going after The Donald with his fists or a knife. Just listen to Raskin’s Wikipedia entry:

    “On December 31, 2020, Raskin’s office announced that his son Thomas (Tommy), a graduate of Amherst College and a second-year student at Harvard Law School, died [by suicide] at the age of 25. […] Thomas was buried on January 5, 2021, and the following day the Congressman found himself locked in his office with his daughter and son-in-law, fending off rioters.[51][52] Hours later he began drafting an article of impeachment against President Donald Trump.”

    I’m sorry his son offed himself, but what does that have to do with impeaching Trump? This narrative makes no sense to a normal person. Only someone steeped in victimhood narratives since forever could come up with such a thing.

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    • Nothing you stupid fuck. Can’t you even read what you copied and pasted? He was locked in his office fending off seditious white rioters sent there by Don the Con. A lot of intellectually challenged members of the so-called superior race believe him when he says “the election was stolen, march to the capitol; I’ll be with you, fight like hell, take your country back”. If that isn’t encouraging insurrection, what is? That’s why he is being impeached, dumbass..

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      • Except for the small detail that he wasn’t even done with his speech when that shit started.
        Prior planning much?
        You seem to think that repeating a lie will eventually make it believable.
        There is virtually no end of details that have come out concerning the timing and actions of certain individuals that could in no possible way have been affected by Trump’s speech.
        Once again your gas lighting bullshit gets shot down in flames and yet here you are begging for more.

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        • Wrong again, Skippy. Trump had been saying that shit for over a month and telling his fanboys that they should come to the big rally in DC on the 6th. “It will be a wild time”
          You all are the ones falling for the Big Lie. The election was not stolen no matter how many times he says it.
          Trump wants to testify. He needs the attention, especially now that he’s off Twitter. He’s lawyers won’t let him because they know he’ll perjure himself. He can’t not lie.

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          • I see you jumping around using different Emails to come around here and stir shit up.
            You know how Twatter and Fuckbook banned all those Conservative voices that they didn’t like?
            If it’s good enough for them it’s good enough for me. Don’t bother coming back. I won’t bother reading your comment, I am just going to delete them, Mr.Gumshoe/hojejek/kexaf.

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            • Forget it, Phil. He’s all upset because I had the bad manners to name the Harvard Law Grad. He must be one too, and they hate to be called out by others. (Love bragging about it themselves, but G-d forbid anyone else notices.) I haven’t been paying him much attention, so I could be wrong, but I’m pretty sure the usual style is condescension while speaking as if ex cathedra. This is the first time I recall him becoming sufficiently unhinged as to call someone a “stupid fuck”. He’s a fairly clever fella who likes to play cool and smarter-than-you, but apparently he has his sensitivities too. Oh well, no one is perfect.

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                • Awww. Are you trying to say “psychobabble”? The “s” comes before the “y”.

                  Maslow is a very appropriate handle for psychobabble, so good job on that. (He’s baaaaack, Phil!) And based on your behavior, it’s pretty clear that Maslow’s concept of “deficiency needs” (food, shelter, friendship, safety) is incomplete. Some people seem to absolutely require negative attention — and have a perverse sense of identity largely based on being disliked by others, a need to be the outsider, the unfairly maligned victim — always unfairly maligned for no reason at all.

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                  Hey folks, if you have a spare moment, go read the Wiki page about Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs (a widely used construct in psych much favored by HR departments and similar kinds of people). It’s useful to know. Also, the page on Maslow himself is quite interesting. Here’s a sample:

                  Born in 1908 and raised in Brooklyn, New York, [Abraham Harold] Maslow was the oldest of seven children. […] He had various encounters with anti-Semitic gangs who would chase and throw rocks at him. Maslow and other young people with his background were struggling to overcome such acts of racism and ethnic prejudice in the attempt to establish an idealistic world based on widespread education and economic justice.

                  That last sentence is a thing of absolute beauty, in its own special way. It reads like something out of a school paper by a 13-year-old propagandist in training.

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  6. Seems to me that to impeach someone, he actually has to hold the office he is being impeached from.
    Therefore, by their own action to try to impeach Trump, they are actually admitting that he is the rightful POTUS.
    Let’s see the commie cocksuckers in the MSM try to tap dance around that one.

    Leigh
    Whitehall, NY

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