The quest to magically dethrone President Donald Trump continues this week, as democrats unveil even more pseudo-impeachment measures in Congress.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has made it very clear that she wants nothing to do with attempting to impeach Donald Trump. Her belief is that a failed impeachment attempt would bolster the incumbent President’s chances for reelection in 2020 – a fact that is itself reiterated by the republican majority in the Senate.
But that hasn’t stopped the rest of her party from pressing the subject. House Judiciary Chair Jerry Nadler has been at the forefront of the subject, disseminating some confusing beliefs on whether or not impeachment itself has already begun.
To further this befuddlement, Nadler is now teetering on vaguely preeminent soliloquies.
From an appearance on MSNBC:
Nadler said, “You may have personal opinions, but you don’t start off with an official conclusion. You examine the evidence and you make a conclusion. Now, I think, personally, the evidence is very strong on a dozen different impeachable offenses, but that’s my personal opinion at the moment. We are going to have a very aggressive series of hearings starting next Tuesday to bring out the witnesses.”
Is this a sincere belief held by Nadler, or is he playing the role of pacifier to the progressive masses?
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