Republicans just heard one truth about impeachment that left them shaking with fear
The Democrats’ push to impeach Donald Trump is coming to a conclusion.
House and Senate Republicans are going to face a critical choice.
And Republicans just heard one truth about impeachment that left them shaking with fear.
Democrats can’t remove Donald Trump from office without the help of Republicans.
They have enough votes on their own to pass articles of impeachment through the House.
But they need 20 Republican Senators to vote to convict and remove him from office for this gambit to succeed.
Democrats and the Fake News Media believe that, the more Republicans in the House that vote for impeachment, the more cover it gives Republican Senators to cut the cord with Trump.
Former Clinton pollster Dick Morris explained on a New York City radio show how this Left-wing fantasy was preposterous and doomed to fail.
Sunday on New York AM 970 radio’s “The Cats Roundtable,” political commentator and former Bill Clinton adviser Dick Morris advised GOP senators against voting to impeach President Donald Trump.
Morris said any GOP senator who does vote to impeach the president “is signing his own death warrant” in the next election cycle.
“[D]onald Trump isn’t going anywhere, and he’s not going to be removed from office,” Morris declared to host John Catsimatidis. “There is no way the Senate is going to convict Donald Trump. He has a 90% approval rating among Republicans. And any Republican senator who votes to convict Donald Trump is signing his own political death warrant because the very next cycle he is going to get a primary against a Trump supporter who is going to absolutely destroy him.”
He concluded, “The central fact of impeachment is that it is a total and complete waste of time. My attitude toward it is wake me when it’s over.”
Republican voters will stand by and watch as the swamp gangs up to try to remove the President the people duly elected.
But because the Fake News Media supports impeachment they are constantly trying to dream up scenarios that will fool Congressional Republicans into committing political suicide.