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House to hold vote on impeachment inquiry on Thursday

October 28, 2019

  About a month or so ago the House Democrats announced they had begun an official impeachment inquiry, but this came as news to most members of the Congress because there was never a vote to do so. Nancy Pelosi did not want to hold an impeachment inquiry vote because there are vulnerable Democrats in red states who cowardly do not want to go on record, so since that time Adam Schiff and the Democrats have been holding a secret kangaroo court.

  Needless to say this did not make the Republicans happy and they have been pressuring Democrats to take the investigation out of the shadows and make it official by holding a vote. And now it looks like the Nancy Pelosi has succumbed to the pressure and will hold an official impeachment inquiry vote on Thursday. Here is more:

The House will vote this week on a resolution to formalize the next steps of the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, signaling Democratic leaders have reached a critical point in their investigation and are preparing to take the probe public.

The resolution — which Democrats are still finalizing and is expected to introduce Tuesday — will set procedural guidelines and move closer to potentially drafting articles of impeachment. The House is expected to vote on the resolution Thursday.

The vote will lay out procedures for public hearings, subpoenas and “due process” for Trump, which Democratic leaders hope will neutralize future GOP attacks against the impeachment process.

  And those timid Democrats in red states I mentioned before are not happy because they are more worried about their political futures than anything else.

Shortly after the vote on the resolution was announced Monday, several senior Democratic aides were struggling to explain the rationale, having been given little notice of it themselves and expressing concern about the long-term political impact it could have on the caucus’ most vulnerable members.

Some moderate Democrats are already anxious about the plan, after making clear to leadership that they wanted to avoid any unnecessary floor votes on impeachment.

  If the Democrats really thought Donald Trump was guilty and needed to be removed from office they should not be worried about the “long-term political impact” this vote will have on them but rather the long-term impact leaving Donald Trump in office would have on the country.

  This is about to get very interesting very quickly and it is just in time for an election, what a coincidence…

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7 Comments leave one →
  1. October 28, 2019 8:27 pm

    My concern is the so called Rules of the Road the Dems dream up… they want to beat the Horowitz report. Am I the only one that thinks Horowitz is in on the fun? Waiting until the Dems have their ducks lined up… bet you Friday night… or right after the report comes out the vote happens? What a coincidence don’t you think.. “”

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    • October 29, 2019 5:25 am

      I believe Horowitz and Barr are in on it. Barr has been in the establishment on and off for years and it is no accident this report has been delayed since May. It is all going to go down at once and I don’t think Trump has a chance.

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      • October 29, 2019 6:55 am

        The “tell” came last night when I heard Barr saying how wonderful FBI Wray has been and if it wasn’t for him we wouldn’t be where we are…. Huh? He has been blocking most of the FOIA requests plus what the GOP has requested.

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      • October 29, 2019 7:08 pm

        I didn’t hear that but it tells us what side he is really on!

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  2. October 29, 2019 4:12 pm

    Wonder why they hid their ‘star liar’ when the Repubs went down into their secret meeting – such a ‘transparency grp they are … naught!’
    Bit OT but in line w/ the mindset and who we’re really dealing w/.
    They’re getting their ‘mojo’ working from their ‘holly days’ rituals to empower them to regain their political strong hold, sex trafficking’ and other things they love to do.



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