According to Democratic leadership, President Trump is getting worse by the day. So much worse, impeachment potential is growing according to Speaker Pelosi and Representative Nadler. Nancy Pelosi spoke out on Thursday that President Trump gives reasons for impeachment everyday. The statements come as Democratic leaders argue that they have a constitutional duty to investigate and provide oversight of the President.
Representative Nadler also spoke out and stated that impeachment is becoming much more likely with each passing day. He stated that President Trump’s refusal to comply with the many requests of Congress imply he is living above the law.
All of this comes as Democrats continue to try to find a way to stifle President Trump. I still recall back in 2012 as Republicans investigated Fast and Furious that Democrats spoke out regarding the absurdity of the investigation into then Attorney General Holder. Nancy Pelosi accused the Republicans of voter suppression and Representative Nadler walked out in protest.
What exactly are Democrats trying to prove with the impeachment conversation? They simply do not like Trump. They have yet to be able to prove anything, whether through the Mueller report or otherwise, to show that he has done anything wrong. Democrats are convinced he is evil. Just take into account this tweet from Tom Steyer:
So what are we trying to impeach Trump for exactly? For being a prideful man who didn’t want any negative publicity out of an investigation. There was no proof of true obstruction or Mueller would have recommended prosecution. There was no proof of collusion with Russia either. Steyer suggests Trump is the most corrupt President ever. I guess he has never heard of Richard Nixon or James Buchanan. I have said before that I do not agree with everything President Trump may do. Some of his morals and actions can certainly be questioned on the personal level. One thing you cannot deny, the man loves this country and has put America first. It’s certainly more than the Democrats are doing right now.