Americans have watched, dumbfounded, as Nancy Pelosi refused to obey the law in sending her impeachment articles to the Senate.
She has proved to be a flip-flopper throughout all of this. She went back on her word about not supporting impeachment. Then she rushed through an “urgent” impeachment process.
Then, she flipped again by refusing to send the articles to the Senate. The last move has outraged and confused everybody.
Even Democrats, who want Trump impeached, can’t understand why Pelosi would delay the process like this.
Where would a political “expert” get such a dumb idea? Turns out, she got it from CNN! Way to go, lady.
But the person who suggested it is hardly a celebrated figure.
From Washington Examiner:
Speaker Nancy Pelosi reportedly got the idea not to send the articles of impeachment to the Senate from former White House counsel John Dean…
“Somebody said to me today that he may not even take up what we send. [But] then [Trump] will never be vindicated,” Pelosi said… “He will be impeached forever. Forever. No matter what the Senate does.”
Ouch, this is bad. According to reports, Pelosi got the idea to delay sending the articles after watching a CNN interview with John Dean.
Who’s John Dean? He pleaded guilty to covering up the Watergate scandal. He was later disbarred after serving a reduced prison sentence.
Dang, Nance. You got advice from him? Was O.J. Simpson not available for consultation?
An agent reported that Pelosi wanted Trump “impeached forever.” We all knew that.
Her delay tactic was a pathetic move that showed more abuse of power than anything Trump has done.
Even Democrats in the House and Senate have voiced their displeasure.
Now we see that Pelosi didn’t bother to consult with her own people—even members like Nadler or Schiff. She got it from a disgraced politician on CNN.
Is this how she gets all her policy ideas?
Does she just watch a miserable news network, taking notes?
You know what? I wouldn’t be surprised if she did. Would explain a lot, huh?
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Source: Washington Examiner