1. The request for an investigation of the Biden's is UNIVERSALLY described by the Democrats as a POLITICAL request, solely for the benefit of President Trump in 2020. (This presumption will be the heart of the Articles of Impeachment). This is obvious nonsense. We have a former Vice President who publicly bragged about getting a prosecutor fired, when that prosecutor was investigating a company that was paying the former VP's son a King's Ransom for...nothing in particular. Even if the results of an investigation would work to Trump's benefit, the OTHER rationale for the investigation (an apparently corrupt former U.S. VP) is more than enough to justify the request by President Trump. 2. A request for an investigation is equated to "digging for dirt" about an opponent. Again, this is nonsense. The investigation is fully warranted, and if the results embarrass or incriminate the subjects of the investigation, so what? That doesn't make the request improper or illegal. The fact that Sleepy Joe is running for President doesn't give him a pass. 3. The Democrats PRESUME that any investigation will end up showing the Bidens in a bad light. If he is clean, and the investigation turns up nothing, then President Trump will have egg on his face, and it would work to Sleepy Joe's benefit. But this possibility isn't even in the contemplation of the Democrats, who know the obvious truth of the matter. 4. If Trump offered President Z a Quid pro Quo, and if Rudy Giuliani reinforced it privately, and if President Z could have easily and with no risk complied with the request, why did he ignore it? And he still maintains that he was not aware of any pressure or any delay in release of the funding. Is he lying or stupid? 5. If the same situation were mirror-imaged, and the exact same conduct had been done by Dick Cheney and one of his relatives, Cheney would be wearing an orange jumpsuit by now. No question about it. 6. Why are these ass-holes arguing about what a "Quid pro Quo" is when Biden screamed the best example of such on a video that every American has seen at least ten times: "If you don't fire that prosecutor, I'm going to withdraw the LOAN GUARANTY!" If that's not a QPQ I don't know what would be. And Trump never said anything of the kind. In my personal opinion, in fifty years when the 8 years of Trump's presidency are looked on more favorably than any other in the 21st century, the names Pelosi, Schiff, and Nadler will be looked on very similarly to what Benedict Arnold is today.