Pelosi and House Democrats toyed with impeaching Trump again after he said he’d pick a third SCOTUS justice.
This was just a ploy to slow down Congress, given they’d be reaching to impeach him over his Constitutional duty.
Trump warned Pelosi that if she did impeach him again, the Democrats would lose big time this November.
Again, Democrats thought of impeaching Trump over his comments on the “transfer of power.”
Pelosi is asked if she’s considering a formal rebuke of President Trump’s remarks this week refusing to commit to a peaceful transfer of power.
— CBS News (@CBSNews) September 24, 2020
Pelosi is asked if she’s considering a formal rebuke of President Trump’s remarks this week refusing to commit to a peaceful transfer of power. “I don’t think he’s worth the trouble at this point,” she says. “We have 40 days until the election.”
Pelosi declined any chance that her party would impeach Trump, saying he’s not “worth the trouble.”
It appears that she is saying Joe Biden will just replace him, but look again.
The damage the Democrats did to themselves from the first impeachment hasn’t been fully felt.
(Remember, while our country was bogged down with their bogus impeachment, we weren’t able to properly address a certain virus as it spread around the world.)
Pelosi is essentially admitting Trump was right. That impeaching him over apparently nothing would do tremendous harm to her party.
This year, Democrats ignored COVID early on, forced painful lockdowns, and encouraged riots.
Worse than that, the nominated Joe Biden.
Pelosi, for her part, appears to have given up. She might not know what’s going to happen in November, but she probably has a good idea.
But let’s not take her word for it.
Remember, she said in the past she wouldn’t impeach Trump—but did it anyway.
Is it possible she is saying this now but will change her tune later?
Who knows? Even Jim Cramer called her “Crazy Nancy.”
- Nancy Pelosi admitted she will not impeach Trump over his Supreme Court pick.
- The last impeachment only served to harm her own party.
- Pelosi said Trump was “worth it,” seemingly admitting she’s already lost.