Hillary Clinton has been having a tough go of it lately in the media — and matters are only being made worse by the Democrats’ soon-to-fail attempt to remove President Donald Trump from office.
Indeed, former senator, secretary of State, and twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has long been agitating for the removal of Trump via impeachment, but she has finally admitted that her argument has collapsed in the face of the inevitable and unfavorable conclusion of the trial, Breitbart reports.
She tweeted last week:
With their votes to make the American president accountable to no one, Republican senators have put the interests of one president over the interests of all Americans.
The only remedy now is for us all to vote in overwhelming numbers to replace them—and him—in November.
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) January 31, 2020
Good luck with that
Hillary Clinton, like most Democrats these days, is failing to account for just how upset most Americans are with these impeachment proceedings. The hoax hearings in the House are going to serve to energize voters much the way Trump’s 2016 campaign did.
House Democrats were tasked with proving, without a doubt, Trump did something so offensive that he needed to be ousted from office — and they failed miserably.
Republicans don’t want more witnesses in the impeachment trial because, according to Democrats, they had all the proof they needed from the House investigations. All but two Republicans disagreed.
Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) recently addressed this very issue, stating: “I worked with other senators to make sure that we have the right to ask for more documents and witnesses, but there is no need for more evidence to prove something that has already been proven and that does not meet the United States Constitution’s high bar for an impeachable offense.”
It is important to note that Alexander was one of the Republicans open to hearing witnesses, but he clearly now believes this impeachment just needs to end.
For the next two days, closing arguments are to take place. Following the closing arguments, senators are going to be given 10 minutes of time each to explain their vote on the Senate floor.
All of this is expected to be wrapped up by Wednesday when Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) will then call for a vote to acquit Trump. If all goes as planned, Trump will not only be acquitted, but he will likely be acquitted with a bipartisan vote — the worst possible outcome for Democrats.
Even so, they will use this to try to energize voters to oust Trump via the November election, but it’s too late. At this point, because Democrats wasted precious time on a sham impeachment, all signs point to a Trump re-election. And that’s good news for America.