The White House was just rocked. They are splitting up and the news has stunned millions of Americans. The power in Washington is about to shift yet again.
“At this point, I don’t expect any Republican to vote for impeachment,” remarked Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA). He also said “there’ll be at least two” Democrats voting against impeachment, signifying a fractured Democratic Party.
“The only thing that’s going to be bipartisan in this is against impeaching this president, not bipartisan for impeaching this president,” continued Collins. “That’s the Democrats’ problem.”
Collins, a ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, has been forced to endure the political grandstanding of the committee’s chairman, Rep. Adam Schiff, and therefore has special insight into the process.
He knows a reckoning is on its way. When impeachment reaches a full vote on the House floor, all Republicans a small contingent of Democrats will oppose impeaching Trump. That’s a fact.
“Good luck selling that in a year,” said Collins, addressing the Democrats’ election hopes. Let’s also remember that once impeachment reaches the Senate, it will be declared dead on arrival by the GOP majority.
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