The Trump Army Is Taking The Names Of The Treasonous Republicans That Are Suggesting Trump Should Be Impeached
The Trump Army Is Taking The Names Of The Treasonous Republicans That Are Suggesting Trump Should Be Impeached by Michael Snyder – End of the American Dream
Never before has a president had so many members of his own party so eager to stick a knife in his back. Now that they smell blood, a number of treasonous Republicans are openly talking of impeaching Donald Trump even though there is no evidence that he has committed any crimes. A New York Times article that reported that a memo exists in which FBI Director James Comey documented a conversation between himself and President Trump during which he was encouraged “to end the investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn” sent shockwaves through Washington on Wednesday. Almost immediately, members of both parties began suggesting that Trump could be impeached. But as I detailed in another article earlier today, the elements for obstruction of justice simply are not there even if everything that Comey is claiming is true.
It may have been inappropriate for Trump to have such a discussion with Comey, but no laws were broken.
But of course those that want to destroy Trump think that this is their golden opportunity. It has just been a matter of hours since we learned about Comey’s memo, and Democratic strategists are already conducting opinion polls to see if pushing for impeachment would be a good move…
Democratic strategists are racing to figure out whether it’s politically wise to call for President Donald Trump’s impeachment, as one bombshell revelation after another about his ties to Russia is forcing candidates for the Senate and House of Representatives to consider the question far sooner than anyone had expected.
In a significant development, party operatives say they expect Democrats to poll-test the public’s views on impeachment, trying to acquire hard data about an issue that until now has not been seriously analyzed. Other strategists say that candidates and party organizations will begin conducting focus groups on the question.
And Democratic Congressman Al Green has already delivered a “fiery speech” on the House floor in which he called for Trump to be impeached…
“It’s a position of conscience for me,” the Texas Democrat said. “This is about what I believe. And this is where I stand. I will not be moved. The president must be impeached.”
It would be nice if the Democrats didn’t rush to judgment like this, but this is the sort of behavior that we have come to expect from them.
However, what was not expected was the eagerness of so many of Trump’s fellow Republicans to suggest that impeachment could be warranted. For example, anti-Trump Senator John McCain was one of the first to bring up impeachment when he told the press that the crisis surrounding Trump has reached “Watergate size and scale”…