Ocasio-Cortez says that Democrats' push for impeaching Trump is about uniting the different factions of the Democrat Party, adding: “this is about preventing a potentially disastrous outcome from occurring next year.” pic.twitter.com/nVU93ug2ZF
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‘What Republicans have to do is decide what their role is going to be in the scope of history’
“Frankly, this is devastating for the country,” she continued. “Our national security has been compromised, our elections potentially compromised. I think right now what Republicans have to do is decide what their role is going to be in the scope of history. We will look back at this time and really truly examine the moral decisions each member of Congress decided to make.”
“This call with Ambassador Sondland and President Trump is a personal call that our witnesses testified an aide was overhearing where Trump was personally invested in these investigations and add a layer of proximity,” Ocasio-Cortez added. “One of the ways the president could have potentially tried to get out of this situation is put several degrees of separation between him and some of this illicit activity.”
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“What we heard today was he himself was making and partaking in some of these phone calls, not just Guiliani and not just anyone else in the administration, but him,” she said. “That really adds a much more disturbing degree of the involvement that he had in using the powers of government to create politically motivated investigations.”
BOMBSHELL: Socialist Rep. Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) admitted during a Wednesday night interview on CNN that impeachment was about unifying the different factions of the Democrat Party and “preventing a potentially disastrous outcome from occurring next year.” https://t.co/0LMk4ikOpW
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‘This is about preventing a potentially disastrous outcome from occurring next year’
“I’d like to remind everyone, one of the initial people who brought this conversation of quid pro quo into this conversation was the president,” Ocasio-Cortez said. “It was when these allegations first came out about Ukraine, he started tweeting and frankly raising the bar saying, ‘No quid pro quo, no quid pro quo.’ It wasn’t Democrats that set that bar, because you don’t need quid pro quo. He met it, all of that aside, we’re focused on him using the power of the United States government to engage in extortion of a foreign government in order to intervene in our elections.”
“I think that’s our message, the fact he undermined national security, that he is trying to undermine an election, he is engaged in flagrant abuse of power should be a concern to all Americans who believe in rule of law in the United States of America,” she added.
“We also need to move quite quickly because we’re talking about the potential compromise of the 2020 elections,” Ocasio-Cortez concluded. “And so this is not just about something that has occurred; this is about preventing a potentially disastrous outcome from occurring next year.”
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