A notice just went out about the impeachment vote. It is officially over, and not a moment too soon. The Democrats’ witch-hunt is coming to an end.
Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) appeared on CNN recently to discuss the vote. “It is possible,” he said, in response to whether a vote on the House floor could happen this week.
He then introduced a caveat. “I don’t know,” he said, which, in Democrat-speak, means it is probably going to happen. At the very least, the vote is coming soon — and that’s actually not a bad thing.
Let’s get this entire charade over with as soon as possible. As Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) said this week, the only “bipartisan” effort on the House floor will be against impeaching President Trump.
This is going to be embarrassing for Democrats, and it’s only going to get worse should impeachment reach the Republican-controlled Senate. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has made it clear what will happen.
In short, impeachment is dead on arrival. Democrats will have spent all of their political capital a year from the 2020 election and have nothing to show for it, and there will be devastating consequences for them at the ballot box.
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