Ivytalk wrote:So choice #1 should be read as “impeached but not convicted”?
Or “impeached by House but not voted on in Senate” (as suggested by 93)?
No I thought about that. There is no way the Reps don’t bring it to a vote. I don’t think they’d be that foolish.
But stranger things have happened.
Read an article this evening in which some GOP consultant claims that a Republican Senator told him of the vote were secret, then about 30 Republicans would vote to impeach. Cowards.
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I agree that they are cowards...
But I believe there are several Democratic House members who wish they could vote in a secret ballot because their constitutants are Trump supporters...I read an article in The NY Times the other day where a reporter went to several union meetings in PA...a vast majority of the members voted for Trump in 2016, and intend to vote for him again in 2020...
One member put it this way...”I still register as a Democrat because of my union membership...but the Democratic Party has gone too far left for me...I supported the President in 2016, and I’ll vote for him again in 2020...”
I bet the democratic representative from those districts wish they could vote secretly...