McConnell delivers bad news to House Dems: Senate would not vote to remove Trump at this point

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) just made a very bold prediction that Democrats are not going to like one bit.

McConnell recently stated that if a Senate impeachment trial for Donald Trump were to be held today, it “would not lead to a removal,” Breitbart reports.

Mitch Drops a Truth Bomb

McConnell not only called out Democrats for wasting time and money on an impeachment that will end up being much ado about nothing, but he also called them out for simply ignoring their duties.

In a series of tweets, McConnell pointed out how much is not being done for Americans because Dems are so pre-occupied with trying to correct the 2016 presidential election.

The bottom line here is that these individuals are elected into office to represent the people of this country and they are not doing it right now. Heck, Democrats don’t even have the support in their own party for this impeachment let alone winning over the citizens of this country.

Wasting Time and Money

We are now two years past Donald Trump winning the White House. Ever since that day, Democrats have been working hard to remove him from office.

For the better part of two years, Democrats have been pushing various impeachment angles but they have yet to put forth a single shred of evidence to persuade Republicans to remove this president from office.

The recent vote in the House for the inquiry is bothersome simply because it goes against everything this country and our political system is supposed to stand for.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) once stated she would never move forward with impeachment unless it was a bipartisan effort because it would only divide the country further. However, when the vote was put on the floor, only Democrats voted in favor of it and two Democrats actually voted against the inquiry. That is not exactly a bipartisan effort.

Democrats have yet to convince Republicans in the Senate of any wrongdoing on Trump’s part, so ultimately, even if the impeachment passes the House, it will fail in the Senate. And that’s good news for President Trump and his supporters.

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