Urged on by their fanatical, Trump-hating voters, Congressional Democrats are moving steadily ahead with a strategy to impeach President Trump.
Liberal columnist Ruth Marcus let the cat out of the bag last weekend when her column set forth the strategy likely to be followed by those working to force President Trump from office and make it as if the 2016 election had never taken place.
According to Marcus, impeachment of Trump is the most important part of this strategy. Her reasoning is that “lawmakers would not be bound by the strict elements of the obstruction crime or the high bar of criminal proof.”
What incredible irony. More than one thousand outraged Bernie Sanders Democrats, complaining that an election had been stolen because voters had not been required to show proper ID before casting their ballots.
That was the scene at last weekend’s Democratic convention in California, where the candidate of the Sanders wing was declared the loser by a razor-thin margin.
Democrats and liberal pundits have been ridiculing President Trump for claiming that last Tuesday’s special election for a House seat in Georgia was a Republican victory, but Trump knows what he is talking about (just as he did last year when he stunned those who said he could not possibly be elected).
The special election to fill the House seat left vacant when Tom Price became Secretary of Health and Human Services was nearly the perfect opportunity for Democrats to win a Republican seat and gain momentum heading into 2018.