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The House Judiciary Committee has decided to draw up two articles of impeachment; one for “abuse of power,” and the other for “obstructing Congress.” Dan Savage, Katie Herzog, and Rich Smith—who steps in as host for Eli Sanders on the first two segments—discuss the benefits and disadvantages of what the Washington Post calls a “narrow” and “nebulous” pair of articles.

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Next, the crew mulls over the FBI inspector general’s newly released report on the Trump campaign probe. Democrats are saying the report clears the FBI of Trump’s accusations of bias (because it does) and Republicans say the report shows a clear attempt to “overthrow” the president (because it doesn’t). Attorney General William Barr isn’t satisfied with the report, and says he’s in the midst of his own investigation of the investigators. Savage has a solution for that.

Finally, Eli Sanders returns in the third segment to talk about the Golden Globes nominees. Find out who got robbed, and who did the robbing.

Plus, as always, the music of Ahamefule J. Oluo.