It’s coming, folks; they’ve been laying down the groundwork for years. Yes, Democrats said that they’re not running on impeaching Trump, its bad politics, and how it’s not on the table…right now. Don’t be fooled; it’s going to happen. It may not be in the first 100 days of the next Congress or maybe later, but one way or another, there has to be a serious push to impeach the president because they don’t like him. The liberal base hates him—and they want resistance antics 24/7 now that the Democrats have retaken the House. Removing Trump doesn’t have a prayer because the Republican Senate will never give the Democrat the votes needed to actually make this pipe dream a reality. It’ll be annoying, but endure. It could help us. It could put a very sour taste in the mouths of Independents and especially the moderate Republican voters in the suburbs who betrayed d the party and crossed the aisle in 2018.
These voters don’t like Trump and wanted to see Congress get things done, especially on health care. I don’t know how voting Democratic, the biggest group of whiners and babies on the planet, helps since they’re going to investigate every aspect of this administration accomplishes that, but they’re going to get a taste of what being party traitors reaps. It won’t be pretty. Democrats in the House, many of which are hard-core left wing whackos are not going to have better ideas. As for the GOP, well, they weren’t aggressive enough on the border wall and a host of other issues once the secret was out that Paul Ryan was going to ride into the sunset. Still, be prepared for a do-nothing Congress, riddled with Impeachment Theater. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) spoke today at George Washington University and predicted this push from Democrats will come within the next two years (via NTK Network):
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) told students during a speech at George Washington University Thursday that they would likely see House Democrats impeach President Donald Trump in the next two years.
“In the House, I think the Democrats have unleashed some of the angriest voices on the left. I think we’re going to see two years of investigations, and subpoenas, and we may well see impeachment,” Cruz said. “I think that anger and rage is going to have to burn out some more before we can come together and enact major legislative reforms that we should be doing.”
Like we said last year, there’s a reason why Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) was picked to take the top spoton the House Judiciary Committee.