They’ve painted themselves into a corner…
Dems Bet It All on a Telephone Call Transcript
The president breaks no law – but facts elude leftists in full Trump Derangement Meltdown.
A day after Democrats vowed to open a formal impeachment inquiry, President Trump dropped a bombshell Sept. 25 by releasing the transcript of a conversation he had with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky that Trump’s enemies insist is the smoking gun that should drive him from office.
That the impeachment push is an attempt to placate the Democrats’ increasingly affective Antifa-loving base and probably also a tactic to direct attention away from the at least questionable dealings in Ukraine of Democrat presidential frontrunner Joe Biden and his cokehead grifter son, Hunter, have barely been mentioned in the media. The media is promoting the theory – based on an anonymous “whistleblower” complaint – that Trump tried to enlist a foreign government to help him in the 2020 election, even though Department of Justice lawyers have already issued an opinion that Trump’s conversation did not constitute a violation of U.S. campaign laws.
After months of hand-wringing, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi pulled the trigger to begin the process of impeaching Donald Trump, even before she read the transcript, dogmatically declaring that Trump “asked a foreign government to help him in his political campaign at the expense of our national security.”
The unsubstantiated claim is that Trump threatened to withhold a military aid package from Ukraine to pressure that country to investigate the Bidens.
“The actions of the Trump presidency have revealed the dishonorable fact of the president’s betrayal of his oath of office, betrayal of our national security and betrayal of the integrity of our elections,” the lawmaker from San Francisco, the poop-covered heart of latte liberalism, said Sept. 24. “Therefore, today, I am announcing the House of Representatives is moving forward with an official impeachment inquiry.”
As Pelosi spoke, Trump got on Twitter, saying the inquiry was “presidential harassment,” and a “total witch hunt.” Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale tweeted on the afternoon of Sept. 25 that the campaign had “blown out” fundraising, raking in $5 million in donations in the day following Pelosi’s announcement.