Who would have expected that a month after the impeachment circus, we’d be staring into the face of another quid pro quo? This time from progressive icon Nancy Pelosi.
Sens. Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson requested Hunter Biden’s travel records to investigate whether the Bidens used government resources for private gain.
Nancy Pelosi told Democrats she would hold the articles of impeachment hostage until Mitch McConnell offered details on how a trial will be conducted.
This is why Democrats have been pushing to impeach Donald Trump for as long as he’s been in office: they do not want risk that he might get re-elected.
The supposed bombshells in Gordon Sondland’s testimony turned out to be the same harmless, hum drum, story we already knew.
The newly declassified transcript disproves allegations that Trump was withholding a White House meeting as leverage to get investigations into the Bidens or 2016 election meddling.
Is it principled for Trump to be impeached or forced to resign when the weight of the evidence supporting a personal interest quid pro quo is arguably stronger for Biden than it is for Trump?
As polling shows the steam running out of the impeachment effort, Democrats turn to spicier language.
Donald Trump did not do what Democrats alleged he did. And he is right to defend himself on that basis.
The only 2016 campaign that colluded with Russia was Hillary Clinton’s, and the only 2020 candidate who bragged about threatening Ukraine ito fire a prosecutor investigating corruption is Joe Biden.
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