An acquittal notice was just issued and President Trump is pleased. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and her anti-Trump allies are now in a full-blown panic. They are finished.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) made it clear where he stands on impeachment. Speaking to reporters, he said, “I’m not an impartial juror. This is a political process.”
“There’s not anything judicial about it,” he continued. “Impeachment is a political decision.” He went on to say that he anticipates the Senate to “have a largely partisan outcome” when it comes time to vote.
This means the impeachment witch-hunt against President Trump will soon be over — and not a moment too soon. Americans should be thankful that Republicans control the Senate, otherwise there’d be no end.
House Democrats never made a strong case against Trump. McConnell himself has castigated their “slapdash work product” and rightly doesn’t see the need to draw out this sham any longer.
But that’s also why Speaker Pelosi is weighing a nasty option — to hold off sending the articles of impeachment to the Senate in order to bully Republicans into meeting her demands. She is delusional.
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