False arguments


  1. If Tom Reed was right to oppose intervention in Syria in 2013, no intervention is needed in 2019 under much different circumstances.
  2. If U.S. troops should not have been sent to Syria, their precipitous withdrawal by Trump is justified.
  3. President Trump doesn’t need advice because he knows more than any adviser.
  4. If a President were impeached and removed for any reason, that would be unfair to those who voted for that person in the last election.
  5. The House should not vote to impeach, unless the Senate is sure to convict.
  6. If Michael Cohen committed crimes, Donald Trump is innocent.
  7. If Nancy Pelosi is nuts, Donald Trump is sane.
  8. If the people elected Tom Reed, they must approve anything he does or might do.
  9. If we don’t like Democrats’ health care plans, we must vote for a Republican.
  10. Officials like former Secretary of Defense Mattis or former Secretary of State Tillerson, who fall out of favor with DJT, were never respectable.


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1 Response to False arguments

  1. josephurban says:

    Evidence is not considered by Reed.


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