Warren calls for Trump impeachment after Mueller release – with bonus Maxine Waters non-blooper blooper clip

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After a factious, two-year investigation that ultimately exonerated President Trump, Sen. Elizabeth Warren is calling for impeachment of the President based on very dubious “obstruction” allegations.

Her call seems to be a self-serving way of extending her hand to the most radical in the Democrat party as she struggles to emerge from a bloated field of presidential primary challengers in the party. Needless to say, bringing impeachment charges against Trump would be explosively divisive at a time when the nation needs to take a step back.

Warren claimed that Trump got 2016 election assistance from “a hostile foreign government.” Then she added, “Once elected, Donald Trump obstructed the investigation into that attack.”

 

Warren’s Twitter tirade would seem to be in contrast to the position of Democrat leaders who have tried to steer the party away from that objective. Democrat Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said that impeachment was not worthwhile at this point.” Later, after being lambasted by the far left for that statement, he indicated he could change his mind if the full, unredacted report revealed more information.

Nancy Pelosi is also on record as saying she does not feel impeaching President Trump should be a focus for her party. She said it is “just not worth it.”

Other Democrat contenders to this point have stopped short of calling for impeachment.

Warren is far from the first Democrat to call for Trump’s impeachment. Rep. Maxine Waters of California has been banging that drum for a long time … since even before his inauguration in January 2017. Newly elected Reps. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York have also both cited Mueller’s report, alleging violations of the emoluments clause as reason to impeach.

 

 

 

 

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