Chalk up today as yet another pathetic lost day for Congress, as Democrat leaders scramble to justify why they haven’t done anything all year except to wage war against the American voter by staging a coup against the people’s President. No matter how hard they try to spin their narrative to the media, change their argument, or implement a rigged process, at least one thing has been consistent throughout these impeachment hearings.
The facts haven’t changed. And that’s bad news for the do-nothing obstructionists:
- There is no evidence of wrongdoing by the President. Despite weeks of hearings, Democrats have not produced a single piece of evidence showing that President Trump committed any criminal, impeachable offense whatsoever.
- Ukraine has said there was no pressure. President Zelensky and other Ukrainian officials have explained repeatedly that they never felt pushed.
- Lethal aid to Ukraine wouldn’t even exist without President Trump. For all the Democrats’ posturing about national security and aid, it was President Trump who made the decision to provide Ukraine with lethal aid. The Obama Administration had rejected doing so for years.
- This is an unfair, unprecedented impeachment stunt. House Democrats have continually broken with precedent and implemented an unfair “investigation” in a desperate attempt to ram impeachment through Congress.
Of course, Democrats have changed their story so many times when it comes to what they are actually accusing President Trump of, it’s hard to keep up. As a result, American families are simply left scratching their heads, asking, “What was this all for?”
Dems expected to announce at least 2 articles of impeachment against Trump on Tuesday
FOX News, December 9, 2019
By Gregg Re | Fox News
Second Judiciary Committee hearing on impeachment marked by partisan rancor
Open political warfare on display as House Judiciary Committee hears from Intelligence Committee lawyers; chief congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel reports from Capitol Hill.
House Democrats are preparing to announce at least two articles of impeachment against President Trump on Tuesday, Fox News has learned.
The articles of impeachment will focus on obstruction of Congress and abuse of power, but all details aren’t settled yet, Fox News is told. A markup session by the Judiciary Committee to prepare the articles would come either Wednesday or Thursday.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., convened the House chairmen leading the impeachment inquiry in her office after a daylong Judiciary Committee hearing that laid out the case against Trump as Democrats warned of the risk his actions toward Ukraine have posed to U.S. elections and national security. The chairmen left the meeting late Monday at the Capitol with some saying an announcement would come in the morning.
President Trump seizes on FBI errors uncovered by Michael Horowitz’s reportVideo
“I think there’s a lot of agreement,” Rep. Eliot Engel of New York, the chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, told reporters. “You’ll hear about some of it tomorrow.”
What remained uncertain was whether Pelosi would reach beyond the Ukraine probe to former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s findings of Trump’s actions in his report on Russian interference in the 2016 election.
“A lot of us believe that what happened with Ukraine especially is not something we can just close our eyes to,” Engel said. “’This is not a happy day. I don’t get any glee at this, but I think we’re doing what we have to do. We’re doing what the Constitution mandates that we do.”
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