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Cons, do you think the "oath of impartiality" is a big joke in the Senate impeachment trial?

If the Senators cannot be impartial, is the Constitution flawed and needs to be amended?

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    well 27 states have passed a bill to hold another constitutional convention

    when it reachs 35 states, then they will hold the convention

    and rewrite the constitution

    and when 35 states, vote to accept it, then the new constitution goes in effect

    Liberals are not gonna like the new constitution, and since population has nothing to do with it, but just the number of states

    and more states are conservative than liberal

    jeeper_peeper321
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  • well 27 states have passed a bill to hold another constitutional convention

    when it reachs 35 states, then they will hold the convention

    and rewrite the constitution

    and when 35 states, vote to accept it, then the new constitution goes in effect

    Liberals are not gonna like the new constitution, and since population has nothing to do with it, but just the number of states

    and more states are conservative than liberal

    jeeper_peeper321 3 weeks ago 0 0
  • I'm not a con, but if senators cannot be impartial, they are the ones who are flawed. Case closed!

    ShalloWhale 3 weeks ago 0 0
  • They try and play it off like it is. They are using the American people while they rob us blind.

    Summertime 3 weeks ago 0 2
  • Accusing Trump of Russian collusion because trolls posted Facebook ad is a big joke.

    Anonymous 3 weeks ago 1 0
  • I agree. When the leader makes a mockery of the oath, we have to ask ourselves why we even bother to have them take it. He tells the world he will not be impartial, then he swears to the oath that he will be in front of the entire world, and nobody cares that he is obviously lying under oath. Time to either ditch McConnell and others that have no respect for it, or ditch the oath.

    sandplant16 3 weeks ago 0 1
  • If this were a real trial, the charges would have been dismissed by the judge by now, making your question moot.

    Chris 3 weeks ago 2 0
  • Since there was no impartiality in the House I expect none in the Senate. 

    electricpole 3 weeks ago 2 0
  • If the Senators cannot be impartial, is the Constitution flawed and needs to be amended?

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    Anonymous 3 weeks ago 2 2
  • Trump is innocent.  Move on. 

    Anonymous 3 weeks ago 1 2