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No, dear. You still have it all wrong, and here is your problem:
He was NOT found guilty by the House. It is not their place to pass judgement. He was ACCUSED by the House. The House believed they had sufficient evidence that he was guilty, but in no way what so ever was he guilty, nor could he be found guilty until after the articles of impeachment were presented to the Senate, the Senate had tried him, and the Senate passed judgement.
Why is this pretty simple concept so hard for you to comprehend?
Think of it this way? Kid snags a candy bar from the local piggly wiggly. The cashier accuses him of guilt. The store manager accuses him of guilt, the arresting officer accuses him of guilt, the district attorney accuses him of guilt, but until the jury hears the trial, runs off to deliberate and returns a verdict in the courtroom, the kid is still innocent.
Does anyone read this insane blather? I sure don't!
Topix needs to register these jackasses, they spam up the place.