Democrats made one admission to the Supreme Court that could change everything
There is one case before the Supreme Court that is flying under the radar.
That’s because Democrats made one admission to the Supreme Court that could change everything.
Americans thought the impeachment saga and drama over the Mueller report was over after the Democrats’ humiliating defeat in their effort to remove President Trump from office.
They were wrong.
Democrats are still suing the Trump administration for access to the secret grand jury material from the Mueller report – which the law requires to remain secret – because they want to try and breathe new life into the Russian collusion hoax.
House General Counsel Douglas Letter argued that without access to the grand jury material collected during the Mueller investigation, the House of Representatives was being denied crucial evidence that could inform a new impeachment investigation.
“The Committee’s impeachment investigation related to obstruction of justice pertaining to the Russia investigation is ongoing,” Letter argued.
“If this material reveals new evidence supporting the conclusion that President Trump committed impeachable offenses,” Letter continued, “the Committee will proceed accordingly — including, if necessary, by considering whether to recommend new articles of impeachment.”
Letter also said that by delaying the House of Representatives access to the Mueller grand jury materials it made it more likely the House would continues their impeachment investigation into 2021.
“This substantial delay,” Letter argued, “will seriously endanger the Committee’s ability to complete its impeachment investigation during the current Congress.”
The American people thought this nonsense was behind them.
But Democrats want to keep the impeachment card in their back pocket in case President Trump wins re-election in 2020.
Should that happen, Democrats want to be able to immediately launch into impeachment mode to smother any political momentum and doom Trump’s second term.