If this was supposed to be a joke, it’s not funny
Don’t hold your breath.
“The surest way to flip those seats back to red is for Sanders to be at the top of the ticket.”
Got! Got, I mean.
“End of discussion.”
“I think it would have some significant down-ballot effects.”
Hmmm: House Republicans outraise Dems for first time in two years.
Beltway or bust.
Democrats failed, and failed badly, at making a consensus case for Trump’s removal.
“It’s my hope that we finally found bottom here.”
A conflict of interest that “raised eyebrows the world over.”
“In the mad rush to push impeachment, Democrats could not have made it easier for his team.”
Defects and defectors.
“Behind the eight-ball.”
Will the Farce be with him? Or vice versa?
“If we don’t agree on a set of rules before the articles arrive over here, I think we’re cooked.”
“High crimes and misdemeanors.”
“[W]e are lowering impeachment standards to fit a paucity of evidence and an abundance of anger.”
“The left is clearly losing the messaging battle over impeachment …”
Trump: Bring it on.
Dog pile continues
Desperation move: adding charges?
“It seems designed to fail in the Senate.”
Agendas and priorities.
“They’re tired, they’re kind of worn out, they’re bored and they really want to move on.”
“…motivated by personal or financial interests”?
“I would love to reconnect and look forward to chatting with you.”
House Dems: No thanks!
“It’s an insult to real whistleblowers to use the term with the Ukrainegate protagonist.”
“Greatest Witch Hunt in American History!”
Pretty much a partisan issue
“The big difference.”
“… and should be dismissed in the Senate without a trial.”
Dobbs: The fault is … Paul Ryan’s?
“It is irresponsible to promote this drug at this time.”
Been there, done that.
“we need a test that performs better than some of these other tests.”