Former White House strategist Steve Bannon predicts that President Trump will be impeached within “the next six weeks” by the Democrat-led House of Representatives. Using today’s date, that would be December 1, 2019.
Moreover, Bannon projects that Hillary Clinton or former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will soon enter the presidential race.
Despite these headwinds, Bannon predicts that Trump will coast to an easy 2020 victory. However, he warns the president to take the “mortal threat” of impeachment seriously.
“As sure as the turning of the Earth, he is going to be impeached by Pelosi in the next six weeks,” Bannon told the New York Post. “Nancy Pelosi is very focused.”
Bannon is concerned that Trump is not doing enough to fortify his legal team to crush the Democrats’ sham efforts.
“The president needs a team around him and somebody has got to step up and make a play,” Bannon said. “Trump can’t do everything. There is just no coordination with the team. You need to augment the legal team … a team that can focus on [impeachment] 24/7.”
For the record, the House has voted AGAINST impeaching Trump three times since he took office.
Bannon also slammed Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, saying he’s worried McConnell might want to hold a public impeachment trial in the Senate.
There is rampant speculation that Bannon is making the rounds in the media right now because he wants President Trump to re-hire him in some capacity.
Bannon served as White House chief strategist during Trump’s first seven months in office. He was ousted in August 2017 amid alleged clashes with Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, who embrace globalist positions over Bannon’s “America First” nationalist policies.
Bannon has been sounding the alarm for months, warning that Hillary Clinton or Michael Bloomberg could enter the presidential race because the current crop of Democratic candidates cannot beat Trump.
Despite the Democrats’ lame impeachment stunt and the barrage of fake news from the mainstream media, Bannon is confident that Trump will win re-election.
“Nobody on that stage can beat Trump right now,” Bannon said. “The only person that could beat Trump that is currently in the field is Trump.”
Bannon further predicts that Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden will implode before the end of the year, and that centrist Democrats will revolt against far-left Elizabeth Warren.
This will set the stage for Hillary or Michael Bloomberg to enter the race, Bannon argued. “Bloomberg or Clinton could be very competitive,” he said. “She is a very formidable candidate and I think Bloomberg would be very formidable.”
As BizPac Review reported, Nancy Pelosi has refused to take a vote on impeachment in the House of Representatives.
Why? Because Pelosi is terrified that the party does not have the votes to impeach Trump.
(Source: CBS News)
As it is, the House has already voted against impeaching Trump three times before.
Retired Congressman Jason Chaffetz — the former chairman of the House Oversight Committee — pointed out:
“Speaker Pelosi isn’t refusing to hold a vote on impeachment. She is refusing to hold a fourth vote on impeachment. There have already been three votes. They all failed. Miserably.
In other words, Congress has explicitly voted NOT to pursue impeachment.
In December 2017, January 2018, and again in July 2019 under Pelosi’s leadership, the House held votes on whether to open an impeachment inquiry. The results weren’t even close.
In December 2017 there were 126 Democrats who joined House Republicans to reject Rep. Al Green’s impeachment resolution 364-58.
Rep. Green tried again just three months ago in July 2019. This time even more Democrats voted against an inquiry – 137 up from 121 in the previous Congress.”
Chaffetz said three failed votes is why Pelosi is reluctant to hold a fourth vote: Because it could fail again. And if it does, it will inoculate Trump from further lame Democratic attacks.
“Americans should recognize this power grab for what it is and reject those who endorse it,” Chaffetz wrote. “Just because Speaker Pelosi decrees there is an impeachment inquiry doesn’t make that inquiry valid. To the contrary, that motion was brought to the floor of the House and it failed three times.”
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