This senate candidate just revealed his plan to impeach Trump
The Democrats have made their plans clear.
If they take control of Congress they will move to impeach Trump.
And their golden boy senate candidate just revealed how they would do it.
CNN gave Beto O’Rourke, Ted Cruz’s opponent, an hour of fawning media coverage during a townhall this week.
They lobbed one softball question after another.
Until the topic of impeachment came up.
Beto couldn’t even handle CNN asking him to provide any grounds for impeachment.
The Daily Caller reports:
“You may have wondered when he fired James Comey, the principal investigator into what happened in that election, whether that was an attempt to obstruct justice,” he continued. “But when … he asked his attorney general, Jeff Sessions, to end the Russia investigation, I would say that’s obstruction in action.”
“But you’ve already said, even though that’s not done, that you would vote to impeach, and so according to the Constitution, that means that the president has committed the crime of treason, bribery, or a high crime and misdemeanor,” Bash responded.
Then Bash asked, “Which one of those do you think the president has committed?”
“I would liken impeachment to an indictment. There is enough there to proceed with the trial for a full vetting of the facts and to make the best-informed decision in the interests of this country and our future,” O’Rourke continued.
In the weeks before the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton was so confident she had it in the bag that she attacked Trump saying he wasn’t going to accept the results.
Clinton said anyone who wouldn’t accept the results was a threat to democracy.
But it’s Democrats who are still carrying on a two year long temper tantrum.
Even former Obama Administration member Van Jones said that focusing on impeaching Trump is a massive strategic blunder for the Democrats.
In a recent CNN segment, Jones said:
“First of all, it’s amazing that it’s news for a former vice president to say, ‘Don’t impeach the president yet until you get a report,’ And that’s considered conservative. That’s considered moderate. It’s like, OK, we might have a problem in this party.”