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Some Republicans are discussing their plans for President Clinton — starting with impeachment - The Washington Post
Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-Va.), a current member of the Oversight panel, called the impeachment talk “reprehensible, reckless and un-American” and called it part of a two-decade GOP campaign to undermine Democratic presidents. But he said the failure of the 1998 Bill Clinton impeachment and President Obama’s current popularity shows that perpetual opposition isn’t necessarily good politics.
GOP  hypocrisy  2017  treason  Hillary_Clinton  impeachment 
may 2017 by Marcellus
Michael McCaul on Hillary Clinton server, hacks: 'It's treason' - Washington Times
Rep. Michael McCaul, chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, on Thursday said Hillary Clinton’s exposing sensitive information to potentially multiple hacks from foreign actors amounts to treason.

“This is why you have security protocols — to protect classified information,” Mr. McCaul said on “Fox and Friends.” “She exposed it to our enemies, and now … our adversaries have this very sensitive information that not only jeopardizes her and national security at home, but the men and women serving overseas.”

“In my opinion, quite frankly, it’s treason,” said Mr. McCaul, Texas Republican.
Citing sources familiar with the FBI’s investigations, Fox News reported Wednesday that there is about a “99 percent accuracy” that at least five foreign intelligence agencies successfully hacked Mrs. Clinton’s private email server she set up to use as secretary of state.

Mr. McCaul said Mrs. Clinton “absolutely” would be exposed to potential blackmail from such countries if elected president.
GOP  treason  hypocrisy  Hillary_Clinton  Russia  Benghazi  TheWashingtonTimes 
may 2017 by Marcellus
Donald Trump Once Called For The Deaths Of Five Innocent Men
Trump paid $85,000 for full-page ads in four city newspapers in 1989 calling for the death penalty for Santana and four other teens whose videotaped confessions outraged the city — confessions they insisted had been forced by police.
politics  republicans  Tea_Party  hypocrisy 
may 2011 by Marcellus

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