Nancy and Adam lost the only one that mattered – now they’re triggered!
You’ve probably already read about how Pelosi and her House Democrats put forward their articles of impeachment.
In fact, they are going to vote on TWO charges against the president. I guess they’re afraid was one wasn’t enough!
What’s interesting is the very thing the media isn’t talking about. There was a third charge, but they aren’t bringing it against him.
And it’s everything.
Democrats are charging Trump with “abuse of power” (pretty vague) and “obstruction of Congress” (for fighting their subpoenas in court, I guess). At best, both of those are flimsy, politically motivated and created out of thin air.
The one charge that mattered, the one they’ve been talking about for months, they apparently dropped.
From Daily Wire:
Noticeably absent from The Post’s report on what Democrats will introduce articles of impeachment on was “bribery,” which is what their entire impeachment effort has centered around, as they have claimed that Trump engaged in a quid pro quo with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky during a July 25 phone call.
Democrats did not include bribery in the articles they put forward today.
Pretty odd, if you ask me. If you’ve been following this impeachment charade (then I’m sorry for you), then you know the entire case hinges on bribery.
This entire thing started because the Democrats accused Trump of trying to get Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden. They claim he withheld military aid in order to get them to do that.
That is what they’ve been calling bribery or a “quid-pro-quo.”
But why was that dropped from their charges?
Even in 1998, House Republicans voted against abuse of power in Clinton’s impeachment. They voted only for the criminal offenses of perjury and obstruction of justice (Clinton was accused of encouraging false statements in court).
No president has ever been impeached over non-crimes, until today. Democrats have entered into absurd-land.
Their kangaroo court is bringing shame to our Congress and our government.
Author: Adam Casalino