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Mueller’s report is clear in pointing to Congress’ responsibility in investigating obstruction of justice by the President.

It is our job as outlined in Article 1, Sec 2, Clause 5 of the US Constitution.

As such, I’ll be signing onto @RashidaTlaib’s impeachment resolution.
Mueller’s team couldn’t rule out that Trump criminally obstructed justice. The team members concluded they had to leave the decision to Congress about how to handle their evidence of Trump engaging in obstruction. wapo.st/2UJ3TPg pic.twitter.com/I2QAeWpjPQ

@AOC wants us to believe that she sat down today and read all 448 pages of the DOJ report.

She hasn’t even read the U.S constitution.

The bartender who thought there were 3 chambers of Congress did not author the below tweet.

I smell another HOAX!
While I understand the political reality of the Senate + election considerations, upon reading this DoJ report, which explicitly names Congress in determining obstruction, I cannot see a reason for us to abdicate from our constitutionally mandated responsibility to investigate.
As it turns out, Rep. Barr has the same amount of coal mines in his district as I do in mine!

Who says Dems and GOP can’t find things in common? 😉
So, #Ketucky’s @RepAndyBarr invited @AOC to meet #coal miners who would be put out of work by a #GreenNewDeal. Turns out there aren’t any in his district. Then he panicked. gq.com/story/ky-repub…
Throwback Thursday ⤵️
“You don’t need to have been convicted of a crime. Impeachment isn’t about punishment. It’s about cleansing the office.” - @LindseyGrahamSC Sen. Graham himself established a standard that demands Trump’s impeachment. pic.twitter.com/s4937hsKaB
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