Barr & Trump Both Need to Be Impeached

Thom plus logo New evidence shows that a Republican candidate for Congress was helping Giuliani and Trump in surveillance of US ambassador Marie Yovanovitch in Ukraine. If the Attorney General continues to refuse to investigate this crime, he should be impeached along with the president.

Back in 1992 when Bill Barr was George HW Bush's Attorney General, he directed the cover-up of the treasonous Iran/Contra scandal and Reagan and Bush's involvement in it. He's it again, and, along with Trump, needs to be held accountable and removed from office.

-Thom

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Hephaestus's picture
Hephaestus 25 weeks 1 day ago
#1

The billionairs will likely lobby against

This is the american way... did you know?

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Worn out door knobs 25 weeks 16 hours ago
#2

You progressives are making impeachment a badge of honor. It seems you want to impeach anyone who is accomplished. I can guarantee the President will use the Progressive impeachment of him as proof he's getting things done, and draining the progressive swamp.

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