Republican-Controlled Congress Worried About Impeachment? Seriously?


We gave them the House, and Republicans said they needed the Senate. We gave them the Senate, and Republicans said they needed the Presidency. Now that we have given them the Presidency, we are now talking about
impeachment?
According to memos from FBI Director James Comey (which have not yet been confirmed), the media is professing that President Donald Trump allegedly asked FBI Director James Comey to end the investigation on former national security adviser Michael T. Flynn.
“I hope you can let this go,” the president purportedly told Comey, according to the New York Times.
Did President Obama not do this same exact stunt with the Hillary Clinton investigation? On Jan. 29, 2016, the Obama White House expressed during a press briefing that “Hillary Clinton will not be indicted.” Do you honestly think that Obama did not influence the FBI’s decision, which he oversaw as the head of the Executive Branch?
Last Wednesday, Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) said that if Trump’s remark is true, it would merit impeachment. When asked by The Hill if the memo (when verified) would merit impeachment, Amash replied: “Yes.”
President Trump said that he “hoped” Comey could let the case against Flynn go. Hope is defined as being a “desire for a certain thing to happen.” Desire is defined as being a “wish for something to happen.” A wish is not an order. Throughout the 2016 campaign, President Obama was clear that he hoped Hillary Clinton would not be indicted, yet no one suggested his impeachment.
Is the national Republican Party trying to completely alienate their base? If that is their goal, it is working. Many members of the republican electorate are frustrated. We spent 8 years watching our country fundamentally weakened by the Obama regime, and now that we have finally elected a republican president, congressional and senatorial republicans are fighting him every step of the way.
Rather than working to repair the broken economy and striving to put Americans back to work, everyone is focusing on an absurd conspiracy theory that Donald Trump is a “secret agent man” for the Russian government and was discreetly hired by Vladimr Putin to gain control of the United States.
These accusers in the media and on Capitol Hill are literally insane. Rather than dealing with the fact that a non-establishment member won the Presidency, as Commander-in-Chief, the establishment-types (from both parties) are trying to take Trump out in any way they possibly can.
They are equilivant to schoolyard bullies, refusing to let “little Donny” play with them on the playground.
Donald Trump won the Presidency by gaining northern states that Democrats controlled for years. The United States is losing faith in the Democratic Party. The DNC has gone so far left that candidates recruited from insane asylums could win Democratic primary elections.
Ever since Election Night, Democrats have been in denial of the results. This is beneficial for conservative Republicans, because if the DNC continues to ignore the real reasons for their loss, we should win rather smoothly in 2020.
Republicans in Congress need to get their acts together and stand behind their President. It is bad enough that we must combat liberal democrats in government. We do not need internal division in the Republican Party.

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