Impeachment II

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The first round of the Impeachment of President Trump is about to come to a close in the Senate. The Senate will vote on the charges against the President this week. I am confident that the Senate vote will be one of acquittal. But the House Democratic majority isn’t finished.

No the Leftist Democratic majority in the House will immediately bring up new charges against the President for another round of partisan impeachment efforts to undo the 2016 election and to prevent Trump from winning a 2nd turn this November. This has always been the goal since Donald Trump won the Republican nomination and won the election in 2016. Since then, before he did any official acts as President, the Democratic Party leadership was calling for his impeachment.

The first impeachment attempt has failed. Of course the charges against the President weren’t crimes either. They were feeling and subjective thoughts. The opposition always brings up the notion of “abuse of power” but in many cases it is not abuse of power at all. And the “obstruction of congress” is likewise bogus. Since congress didn’t take further action because they knew that the President was acting in accordance with his powers as the chief executive.

So the Democratic Left will bring up new charges against the President. Throw enough mud and it might stick to the wall. But since there is no evidence or witnesses of any wrong doing or any crimes being committed. This second attempt will have even less ground to stand on. If the Democratic Left had any actual evidence or witnesses to an actual impeachable crime they would have came out of the gate with it.

But no the House will waste time, energy, and tax payer money on another fraudulent impeachment case until the November elections. But they may sit on it longer in the House hoping for their alleged victory in the 2020 elections. It wont happen of course. The 2020 elections will bring about a stronger Republican majority in the Senate, a sweeping Republican majority in the House, and the reelection in a landslide victory for President Donald Trump. The Trump card is played and the Republican Party holds the deck.

Author: bynw

Chris aka "bynw" is the site owner and primary post author. A Constitutionalist when it comes to politics. A believer and follower of Jesus Christ. A Linux enthusiast. And a gamer.