2019 Nov 26, 12:45pm
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Over the summer, Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence fully backed the move to impeach President Trump, but the Detroit-area Democrat said over the weekend that she has since changed her mind.“I feel we should begin that process,” Lawrence told CNN on June 12. “If we impeach him, he is still sitting in the White House because the Senate must act.”“Our democracy is bigger than Donald Trump, and we need to act,” added the congresswoman, who since 2015 has represented Michigan’s 14th District, which includes eastern Detroit.Now, however, Lawrence said she sees things differently.“You can censure, you don’t have to remove the president,” Lawrence said Sunday on No BS News Hour with Charlie LeDuff. “Sitting here, knowing how divided this country is, I don’t see the value of kicking him out of office, but I do see the value of putting down a marker saying his behavior is not acceptable.”
Nancy*could* publicly call for Congressdweebs to 'vote according to their conscious, not party line' and justify it as a way to gain more possible GOP votes YEAH, when in fact it is to free the 34 or so Libtard Dem congresscritters representing districts Trump carried and will carry again in 2020 to vote (and being absent IS a vote against, with the math to pass articles of impeachment shows) to try to save their asses.However, most of those 34 Libtard Dems will figure out that they are toast no matter what simply because those Trump voters in their districts will be out for blood because of the impeachment vote in and of itself, and said voters will express that rage at the ballot box next November at those they can target on their ballots. Nancy will figure this out, too.So my bet at this time and thus subject to change is the Libtard Democrats will pull a bait-and-switch with a censure vote instead. Nevermind that Trump will take it to the Supreme Court the very next day that censure passes -- and has at least a 50-50 chance of SCOTUS agreeing with him -- because the Constitution is very exact on how the three branches are to interact with each other and Congress censuring one of the members of the other two branches is not allowed -- as a censure definitely has a shot of not only passing but some RINOs might even vote for it. This might piss off their base and some Libtard Dem Congressdweebs will get primaried out by radical AOC-wannabes as a result, but it is the less shitty option overall if you think about it.Test to see if I am on to something: Monitor the media sometime between now and 'impeachment vote day' to see if the word 'censure' comes up. First, it will be as a trial balloon. Later it will cascade as certain Libtard Dems really start to panic.