President Trump blasted “Do-Nothing Democrats” as “the Party of Hate” for rabidly pushing a sham impeachment.
Trump tweeted: “It’s not fair that I’m being Impeached when I’ve done absolutely nothing wrong! The Radical Left, Do-Nothing Democrats have become the Party of Hate.”
The President was reacting after the Democrat-led House Judiciary Committee voted to approve two articles of impeachment for “abuse of power” and “obstruction of Congress.”
Predictably, the articles passed on a party-line vote, with all Democrats voting for it. The Democrat-led House of Representatives is expected to take a full vote next week.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi accidentally admitted that the Democrats have been trying to impeach President Trump since the day he took office. “[Impeachment] has been going on for 22 months — two and a half years, actually,” Pelosi confessed.
We should take Speaker Pelosi at her word when she admits that they have been plotting to impeach the president for the last two and a half years. pic.twitter.com/JlxVpF53Qy
— Kevin McCarthy (@GOPLeader) December 9, 2019
While the Democrats insist that Trump “must be impeached” because he did something wrong on his July 2019 phone call with Ukraine’s president, in reality, they committed to impeaching him since 2017 and were merely trying to find an excuse for it.
President Trump said Nancy Pelosi’s own admission of the Democrats’ ongoing coup attempt proves that she’s “a liar.”
“It’s a scam! It’s something that shouldn’t be allowed,” President Trump said. “And it’s a very bad thing for our country. You’re trivializing impeachment.”
Trump continued: “Someday there will be a Democrat president, and there will be a Republican House. And I suspect they’re going to remember it. Because [that’s what happens] when you use impeachment for absolutely nothing other than to get political gain.”
(Source: Fox News)
Trump warned Democrats that the sham impeachment has galvanized the Republican Party behind him and alienated Independent voters and moderate Democrats.
“It’s a very sad thing for our country but it seems to be very good for me politically,” he said. “The polls have gone through the roof for Trump! The impeachment is a hoax. It’s a sham. It started a long time ago — probably before I came down the escalator with the future first lady.”
There are already major indications that Republicans could crush Democrats in the November 2020 elections. Reminder: After the GOP-led House impeached Bill Clinton in 1998, Republicans unexpectedly lost several seats in the House.
Moreover, then-President Clinton’s approval rating rocketed in the aftermath of his impeachment — which many Americans did not support.
Across the pond in England this week, conservatives won in a stunning landslide against the nation’s left-wing socialist party. This occurred despite the fact that the media in England (like in the U.S.) is overwhelmingly left-wing and had trashed conservative politicians around the clock.
This right-wing victory in England is seen as a harbinger of what could happen in the U.S. House of Representatives, since the June 2016 Brexit vote portended Trump’s unexpected election win a few months later. In both instances, all the polls predicted the opposite outcome.
This is why Republicans like Congressman Matt Gaetz warned Democrats from swing districts to “rent, don’t buy in Washington,” as voters will punish them for their party’s unconstitutional impeachment.
Gaetz said: “The folks who will be regretting what they’re doing are the Democrats in swing districts who probably aren’t coming back. I’d tell them for the upcoming year, ‘Rent, don’t buy, here in Washington, D.C. The only question that we are left with as we move impeachment…is which will occur more rapidly? Will Democrats lose votes, or will they lose the majority?”
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