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    Tin Chấn Động: Impeachment 2.0 on Monday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Tin Chấn Động: Impeachment 2.0 on Monday!
    Ay ay ay ay ay.... Tội danh là xúi dân tạo phản. Bằng chứng ở đây: https://www.scribd.com/document/4901...ent-Draft-2021

    Ai không hiểu thì nhờ thầy 8 dịch cho mà xem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triển View Post
    Tin mới: FB khóa mỏ luôn rồi.
    Tắt đài:

    Donald Trump has been kicked off of Twitter
    https://www.yahoo.com/finance/news/d...232502274.html

    A few days ago, after Twitter temporarily suspended Donald Trump’s account, the company said that any further breaches of its terms could result in suspension.

    As
    detailed in a blog post, Twitter decided that some of the president’s tweets posted today violate its policies and as a result his personal @realdonaldtrump account is no longer active.

    He’d tweeted more than 56,000 times since creating the account in 2009, and had over 88 million followers.
    Không còn một mảnh giáp.

    Trùm điên gặp lúc sa cơ cũng hèn...
    (Đoạn trường Trâm thanh)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc
    Ay ay ay ay ay.... Tội danh là xúi dân tạo phản. Bằng chứng ở đây: https://www.scribd.com/document/4901...ent-Draft-2021
    Ai không hiểu thì nhờ thầy 8 dịch cho mà xem.

    Thầy Tám được tuyển dụng chính thức làm hậu phi của Trâm hoàng đế: Dịch tần.



    Quote Originally Posted by ốc
    Tắt đài:
    Donald Trump has been kicked off of Twitter
    https://www.yahoo.com/finance/news/d...232502274.html

    Giết bò rồi mới dẹp chuồng. Twitter này cũng biết làm ăn ghê.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Ay ay ay ay ay.... Tội danh là xúi dân tạo phản. Bằng chứng ở đây: https://www.scribd.com/document/4901...ent-Draft-2021

    Ai không hiểu thì nhờ thầy 8 dịch cho mà xem.
    Gì chứ vụ này không cần phải nhờ. Không thấy thì thôi chứ thấy là phải thi hành bổn phận công dân ngay! Giặc đến nhà Quốc Hội thì mã tà phải hốt đầu sỏ!

    * Í quên. Nó nằm đây nè: http://dtphorum.com/pr4/showthread.p...647#post267647

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    The Mobster in Chief reportedly threatened to "do a number on" Koeffler!

    Trump reportedly told Kelly Loeffler he'd 'do a number on her' if she didn't back Electoral College challenge

    President Trump was prepared to "do a number" on outgoing Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) last week on stage during the president's final pre-runoff rally in Georgia, a source familiar with the events told The Washington Free Beacon's Eliana Johnson, per Politico. The implication is that Trump told Loeffler what he said about her on stage was contingent upon whether she backed the Electoral College challenge championed by Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) and Josh Hawley (R-Mo.), among others.

    https://theweek.com/speedreads/96009...lege-challenge

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    Factbox: What to expect when Congress moves to force Trump from office this week
    By Reuters Staff

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrats in the U.S. Congress will try to remove President Donald Trump from office this week, either by pressuring Vice President Mike Pence or in a historic second impeachment attempt, after Trump’s supporters stormed the Capitol building.

    Here’s what to expect in the coming days:

    MONDAY: INTRODUCING RESOLUTION ASKING PENCE TO ACT

    On Monday, House Democrats will try to pass a resolution asking Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which allows the vice president and the Cabinet to remove a president deemed incapable of doing his job. The resolution, drafted by Democratic Representative Jamie Raskin, accuses Trump of pressuring election officials to overturn his defeat and encouraging his supporters to march on the Capitol.

    The House is due to convene in a “pro forma” session at 11 a.m. ET (1600 GMT), when few members are expected to be present.

    Republicans are likely to block the attempt to pass the resolution without a full, recorded vote.

    Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy have scheduled private afternoon conference calls with their members.

    TUESDAY: A VOTE ON THE 25TH AMENDMENT REQUEST

    If Republicans block immediate action, the House will hold a formal, recorded vote on Tuesday, according to Pelosi. The measure is expected to pass the House, where Democrats hold a 222-211 majority.

    The vote would apply pressure to Pence, but it would not force him to act. It gives him 24 hours to respond.

    Pence rebuffed Trump’s entreaties to somehow prevent Congress from certifying Democratic President-elect’s Joe Biden victory, and the two men are not currently speaking to each other, sources say.

    Nevertheless, it is unclear whether Pence would be willing to invoke the 25th Amendment, or whether he would get support from enough Cabinet members to go through with it.

    AFTER THAT: IMPEACHMENT

    Assuming Pence does not act, the House would next bring impeachment legislation up for a vote, Pelosi said.

    Democratic Representatives Ted Lieu, David Cicilline and Jamie Raskin have introduced an article of impeachment calling for Trump’s removal from office due to “incitement of insurrection.” The measure has the support of more than 200 Democrats.

    The House Rules committee would set the parameters for debate and vote on the House floor, which could take place as soon as Wednesday or Thursday.

    The impeachment motion would likely pass the House, given its strong support among Democrats who control the chamber. That would make Trump the only U.S. president to be impeached twice.

    ON TO THE SENATE

    Impeachment is akin to an indictment -- it leads to a trial in the U.S. Senate, which earlier this year acquitted Trump in his first impeachment.

    A two-thirds vote would be needed to convict Trump of the impeachment charge and remove him from office.

    That means all 50 Democrats and at least 17 of the chamber’s 50 Republicans would have to vote to convict him. As of Sunday, only two Senate Republicans have publicly said that Trump should not serve out his term.

    Timing is also an issue as Trump’s term ends Jan. 20, when Biden is sworn in.

    The Senate is required to consider impeachment charges as soon as they get them from the House, but it is not due to return until Jan. 19.

    That means the Senate would be consumed with impeachment during Biden’s first weeks in office, rather than voting on his Cabinet nominations and other policy priorities, such as responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The House could avoid this scenario by simply waiting to send the impeachment charge to the Senate for 100 days, as Democratic Representative James Clyburn suggested on CNN on Sunday.

    That would allow Congress to focus on Biden’s agenda. By the time the Senate turned to the impeachment charge, Trump would be long out of the White House. But if they voted to convict, he would be prevented from holding public office in the future.

    Reporting by Andy Sullivan and Susan Cornwell; Editing by Scott Malone and Diane Craft


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    What to expect when Congress moves to force Trump from office this week
    Giờ thứ 26:

    Senate impeachment trial could begin one hour after Trump leaves office
    https://news.yahoo.com/senate-impeac...201637194.html

    McConnell, the most powerful Republican in Congress, said the Senate is scheduled to begin attending to business after its January recess on Jan 19.

    According to its rules the Senate “must proceed to their consideration" at 1pm the day after that. That would mean an hour after Joe Biden is inaugurated.

    There is division among experts over whether a Senate trial could be held after he is no longer president. Cass Sunstein, a Harvard law professor, said: "I tend to believe it is only for current office holders."

    But Michael Gerhardt, law professor at the University North Carolina, said: "Once an impeachment begins in the House, it may continue to a Senate trial. I don't see any constitutional problem with the Senate acting fast or slowly."

    Alan Dershowitz, the prominent lawyer, said he would be happy to represent the president. He said: "Impeaching this president for making a speech would do more damage to the Constitution than the rioters, horrible as they were, did last Wednesday."
    Vậy cái mục Trâm này vẫn chưa thể đóng cửa trước ngày 20 tháng Giêng (tên tháng phải viết hoa tử tế). Sớ của Táo Washington chắc phải biên soạn lại...

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    Bản cáo trạng đã được đem trình làng trước Hạ viện Mỹ như dự kiến.

    #Repeachment

    Tin chấn động trên Twitter, the Mooch đòi bắt Trâm đảng:


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    What a Patriot!

    Bill Belichick turns down Presidential Medal of Freedom from Donald Trump, cites Capitol attack
    https://sports.yahoo.com/bill-belich...004322680.html

    “Recently, I was offered the opportunity to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom, which I was flattered by out of respect for what the honor represents and admiration for prior recipients,” Belichick wrote. “Subsequently, the tragic events of last week occurred and the decision has been made not to move forward with the award.

    “One of the most rewarding things in my professional career took place in 2020 when, through the great leadership within our team, conversations about social justice, equality and human rights moved to the forefront and became actions. Continuing those efforts while remaining true to the people, team and country I love outweigh the benefits of any individual award.”


    Belichick has resisted previous pressure to decline an invitation from Trump, joining his Super Bowl champion Patriots for a White House visit in 2017. Team owner Robert Kraft had a Super Bowl ring made for Trump.

    The Patriots did not visit the White House amid an increasingly hostile political climate following their 2019 Super Bowl victory.

    Gian hùng mạt lộ. Trâm đã hết thời nên ai cũng coi thường.

 

 

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