“Quid Pro Quo” for Demmies
Let’s make a few explanations for the desperate Dumo… Democrats who are still hoping they could impeach Trump on the “Quid Pro Quo” grounds…
First, a quick theoretical explanation what the Latin “Quid Pro Quo” term really means:
A favor or advantage granted or expected in return for something.
It is pretty clear, isn’t it? You can’t interpret it wrong way. Then, you should take a declassified transcript of Trump's phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky… and you will see with your own eyes that there were no favors promised in return for something, and even less threaths if something is not done. Now, let’s see how “Quid Pro Quo” looks in real life:
You see that? Let’s see it in text:
BIDEN: I said: “I tell you, you’re not getting a billion dollars”. I said: “We’re leaving in six hours. If Prosecutor is not fired, you’re not getting the money.” Well, son of a b***h! He got fired!
That famous programmers loop “if-then” constitutes “Quid Pro Quo”. And it doesn’t exist in Trump’s call. Does that mean the Demmies cannot impeach Trump? Of course they can! They would only have to accuse him of not doing his duty, and actually NOT investigating Joe & Hunter Biden, and their murky dealings with Burisma and Kiev government officials. Are you surprised they are not doing that?
For you who are not U.S. citizens, and for surprised Demmies, there is another explanation by Georgette in the text titled “Biden in Hot Water”
It would be appropriate to finish this text with the conclusion made by Robert Bridge, former Editor-in-Chief of “The Moscow News”, and the author of the book, “Midnight in the American Empire”, released in 2013:
As things now stand, the Democrats and Republicans are locked in a race against time to see who can appear less guilty in the eyes of the American people. And since the Democrats enjoy full support of the media, Trump’s case against their political opponents must be absolutely rock solid. Whether the country can survive the fallout from this historic clash is another question, but I suspect we’ll be getting an answer sooner rather than later.
You see, the main problem here would be the power ratio. If someone prevails, the other one will have to taste a long and hard jail labor. The only alternative to that outcome is – a civil war. Can you imagine that, or should I refer you to McAfee’s Handbook to Civil War in the U.S. of A.?
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