The Democratic Party has been trying to oust Donald Trump since day one. It’s been an unhinged pursuit that was finally captured in one sentence by Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY): “He is a dictator.” Nadler said of the president. Yeah, and this is an impeachment move by Democrats that isn’t political or partisan in any way; it’s not a cause of celebration. Please—this was done to appease the base and yes, the personal agendas of House Democrats. They tried to make Russian collusion into a thing. It failed. And now we’re off on this Ukrainian phone call where Trump supposedly threatened to withhold aid unless a corruption probe was opened into Hunter Biden’s board position at Burisma. This case is shoddier than the Russian collusion allegations that have been exposed as media myths. There is no evidence of Trump-Russia collusion, though for two years we were told the walls were closing in on this administration.
There is no such thing as an elected dictator. Nadler and his ilk have just shown what many of us already knew, which is that the impeachment push itself, not Trump’s actions, are what’s really corrosive to the Constitution and the institutional integrity of the country. The Democrats have no case. It’s a partisan witch-hunt, which is why the president has rightfully made things very difficult when it comes to this circus. There was no evidence for the collusion goose chase. There is nothing to the quid pro quo allegations.
"He is a dictator. This must not stand," Rep. Nadler says in wrapping up his portion of the case.— Rick Klein (@rickklein) January 24, 2020
"He is a dictator. This must not stand, and that is ... another reason he must be removed from office." House manager Jerry Nadler used some of the most fiery language that's been heard so far directed at President Trump during the Senate impeachment trial https://t.co/hxEVDkhygF pic.twitter.com/1EpWXqs31d— CNN (@CNN) January 25, 2020
“He is a dictator. This must not stand,” Chairman Jerry Nadler.— Rep. Doug Collins (@RepDougCollins) January 25, 2020
If it wasn’t clear before that this #ShamImpeachment was about nothing more than Democrats' pure dislike of @realDonaldTrump, it certainly is now. pic.twitter.com/u0O057pMl7
With no one watching this impeachment trial, Trump’s approval numbers approving, and swing-state voters decidedly against this move, Nadler had to do something. Heck, Jeopardy was getting better ratings than this sad, pathetic show the Democrats have subjected us to over an election loss. So, he calls the president a dictator. I’m so sorry this is happening to you, Nadler the Hutt.
This is what happens when you have no case. When you know you’re going to lose, throw all the punches, even if it makes you and your party look like idiots. The Democrats are doing nothing but helping the president win re-election, and with this outburst—he’s proven that Democrats aren’t worried about job creation, national security, or making lives better for the people they’re supposed to be representing. They just want to get rid of Trump and they’re acting like students from middle school in the process. Grow up! We won. You lost. You turned your impeachment fetish into a reality and now you’ve realized there is no safe word. You’re going to get buried. The Republican Senate will not allow Trump to be removed because he did nothing wrong. For Democrats, his greatest crime was beating Lady Macbeth, Hillary Clinton. That’s not impeachable. That is civic duty of the highest regard. Also, Nadler, Trump will still be president after all of this is done. Sit down and shut up, you sad, sad oompa loompa.