Last month, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi stood on a stage and announced to the nation that the Democrat Party would launch an impeachment inquiry into President Trump. When Pelosi made this announcement, she lacked the facts and the knowledge of the conversation which Trump had with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky. Still, Pelosi told the nation that Trump broke his oath of office and violated the Constitution.
In the wake of the aforementioned impeachment inquiry announcement, Americans have reacted accordingly. Conservatives and Trump supporters across the country continue to speak out about this bogus impeachment inquiry; right-wingers have furthermore noted that Pelosi lacks the votes in the House and that two-thirds of a Senate controlled by Republicans will never vote to impeach this president.
On Friday, Pelosi traveled to South Carolina in order to attend a fundraiser event. When the House Speaker arrived, she was greeted by Trump supporters, as documented by Townhall.
What You Need to Know
about Trump Supporters and Pelosi in South Carolina
When Pelosi spoke at the South Carolina Democrat Party fundraiser, she stood by the impeachment inquiry. The House Speaker moreover alleged that the inquiry has nothing to do with “personality” or “politics,” but rather the Constitution of the United States of America.
Many Americans aren’t buying Pelosi’s claims, due to the manner in which left-wingers have addressed President Trump since he won the 2016 election. Attempts to impeach the president aren’t new; Democrats were talking about and making moves to impeach Trump long before the so-called whistleblower popped out of the woodwork.
This idea that Democrats are launching an impeachment inquiry due to pious and genuine concern for the Constitution is laughable.
Additional Reactions to Pelosi’s Impeachment Inquiry
Various Republican leaders issued their own statements after Speaker Pelosi’s impeachment inquiry announcement. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy rightly stated that Pelosi cannot unilaterally impeach President Trump.
Furthermore, McCarthy and other Republicans have pointed out that the House has already attempted to vote on impeachment multiple times; each attempt has ultimately resulted in failure. To date, the president continues to speak out against the impeachment inquiry and the various Democrats who are working behind the scenes to undo the results of the 2016 presidential election.
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