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Jerry Nadler Reveals When Dems Could Vote On Articles Of Impeachment


Democrats are still ramming ahead with their plans to impeach President Donald Trump over his July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Despite no evidence that the president broke the law or committed an impeachable offense, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced last Thursday that Democrats are going to introduce articles of impeachment.


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And apparently Democrats are about to make it official before the year ends.

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During an interview Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” House Judiciary Committee chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler said it was “possible” the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives would vote on articles of impeachment this week.

Host Dana Bash asked, “Is it possible that you are going to vote on articles of impeachment this coming week?”

Nadler replied, “It is possible. I don’t know.”

He added, “My goal is to do this as expeditiously and fairly as possible, depending on how long it takes.”

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This is nothing more than the Democrats going all-in on what they believe is their only chance to remove the president before the 2020 election.

Democrats have made it clear they are not interested in doing anything for the American people. 

But Democrats may have an even bigger problem: members of their own party are coming out against this witch hunt.

During an interview Thursday on Fox News, Michigan Democratic Rep. Dan Kildee said his constituents would prefer Congress to focus on “kitchen-table” issues rather than impeaching Trump.

“Mostly, I hear that they want us to work on issues like the prescription drug prices, trade, and the economy,” Kildee said on Fox News.  

“They do offer their thoughts on this and I think that’s positive, but mostly the American people want us to work on the issues that affect them at the kitchen table everyday,” he added.

Other Democrats have gone public against this witch hunt.

New Jersey Democrat Rep. Jeff Van Drew appeared on Fox News last week and said he is concerned that Democrats appear to be trying to remove a legitimately elected president.

Van Drew said some Democrats have even grown tired of the partisan effort now taking place in Congress and said he will not vote for the so-called impeachment unless there is evidence that Trump actually committed a crime.

According to political insiders, Democratic lawmakers are growing increasingly frustrated with their stalled impeachment probe.

Brand new polling also shows that a majority of Americans agree and are against the impeachment inquiry, including Independent voters.

VOTE NOW: Do you OPPOSE or SUPPORT impeachment?

The country does not support this attempted coup, and the Democrats will be punished severely in 2020 for this circus.

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