AOC and Other Democrats Break With Pelosi on Trump Impeachment

Yesterday, Nancy Pelosi said that she is against impeaching Trump, but now the usual suspects are lining up against her, including the Axis of Evil, AOC, Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar. Rep Al Green said that he plans to attempt to impeach Trump for the third time for racism.

This was to be expected since today’s Democratic party is so far on the left of Stalin, they can no longer see him. But, impeachments are only popular if that person is removed from office. That will not happen because in order to remove Trump from office, 20 Republican Senators would have to vote for impeachment.

From The Washington Examiner

House Democrats aren’t giving up on attempting to impeach President Trump, even though Speaker Nancy Pelosi all but dismissed it in an interview published Monday.

“I happen to disagree with that take,” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., told the Washington Examiner Monday night, responding to the Pelosi interview. “But you know, she’s the speaker. … I think we’ll see.”

Pelosi told the Washington Post she doesn’t support the House trying to impeach Trump. “He’s just not worth it,” the California Democrat said in the interview.

Pelosi’s comments contradict the views of many House Democrats who are eager to pursue a path to impeachment, either from the findings of special counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing probe or new, broad House investigations that will examine Trump’s business dealings and potential conflicts of interest.

Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., said her constituents are demanding that Congress investigate Trump and even attempt to remove him from office if the findings call for it.

Jayapal is definitely not abandoning impeachment, she told reporters.

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