Nancy Pelosi leaving behind ’sad’ legacy: GOP Rep Doug Collins

Nancy Pelosi leaving behind ’sad’ legacy: GOP Rep Doug Collins

Rep. Doug Collins on Sunday said that Nancy Pelosi, the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives is leaving behind a ’sad’ legacy by refusing to forward the articles of impeachment to the US Senate. The representative from Georgia said that the public should be angry at Pelosi, as she rushed through the impeachment in the House but is now withholding the articles of impeachment.

Chris
Chris
Watheverable GRAMPS
Watheverable GRAMPS 2 months

She presided the destruction of her own party by being weak and ineffective just like her denture's fixative cream.

not the 1%
not the 1% 2 months

Legacy sad ... Bank account ... fucking amazing

Fin
Fin 2 months

Bolton also could exonerate president... Who in right sided mind wouldn't want to be exonerated with no doubts about presidents role and senate doing its duty n returning an innocent verdict...per their oaths... Unless there is something to cover up..... N the republic n rule of law is just a joke

Dipshit Don Sarcasm
Dipshit Don Sarcasm 2 months

Sad for the Republicans, that is.

Fin
Fin 2 months

Nonsense gop propaganda as usual... There is little precedent on impeachment n senate trial n virtually none when house is of dif majority then senate.... The house must present the case to senators so house speaker does have a limited say when to release articles.... It's like a game of pre trial motions.... Dismissing a trial doest erase that the president is impeached... In fact they could subpeona Bolton in closed session in house n send over whole new article for obstruction of justice for example... This is gop game to distract from n gain advantage on poll that public wants a trial.... Could cost gop control of senate in 2020 to ignore will of voters

Eileeñ
Eileeñ 2 months

no one will have a sadder legacy than Republucans and Trump himself period and of story good luck putting peices together in America after Trump destroyed foreign relation for decades to come

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