This week, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) finally caved to pressure from the left and announced she is finally on board with a formal impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.
And it’s not just Trump she’s unhappy with. While making an appearance on MSNBC, Pelosi stated she believes Attorney General Bill Barr has “gone rogue.”
Speaker Pelosi says on AG Barr: "He's gone rogue … I think where they are going is the cover up of the cover up, and that's very really sad for them. To have a Justice Department go so rogue … now it just makes matters worse." pic.twitter.com/l6jhF1UzjJ
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) September 27, 2019
MSNBC “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough led Pelosi right into her statement by stating he is losing faith in the system under this administration.
But Pelosi took Scarborough’s comments a step further, saying, “I think it’s sad, to have a Justice Department go so rogue.”
She went on to say that she believes when all the cards are put on the table, this will be one of the worst coverups in political history.
House Impeachment Likely
After Pelosi’s announcement of support for impeachment, dozens of House members came out in support as well. Dems now have 220 House members in support of impeachment, two more than they need.
There is little doubt now that Democrats will move forward as fast as possible to have Trump impeached before the election.
Honestly, the result in the Senate is irrelevant right now, because all Dems want is to hang the House impeachment over Trump’s head during the election.
That alone will give reason for pause by voters, especially in battleground states for Senate seats.
The thought of having Trump impeached, even if he wins re-election, could be enough to drive more liberals to the voting booth thinking that if they do take over the Senate, they can actually oust Trump from office.
There is no other way to describe this than as a pure hijacking of the White House by a party unhappy that they did not win in the 2016 election.