Lindsey Graham says Nancy Pelosi ‘has lost control’

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) announced her support for a formal impeachment inquiry before the call transcript notes for the conversation between President Donald Trump and Ukraine President Zelensky had even been released.

Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said her premature decision “tells me that she has lost control.”

Finally Backing Trump’s Impeachment

It has taken some time, but Nancy Pelosi is finally on board with the impeachment of Donald Trump — and her “come to Jesus” moment unleashed a flood of support within the Democrat party.

The most recent straw poll increased by almost 30 percent with 220 Democrats now supporting the impeachment, two more votes than would be needed in the House to send the trial to the Senate.

This makes it almost sure that Trump will be impeached in the House, which could create considerable problems for Republicans in the 2020 elections.

IF Republicans do lose the Senate, regardless of Trump winning re-election or not, Dems may finally be able to get him out of the White House.

Losing Control

Pelosi used the Ukraine conversation as the final straw, but she did so without even having seen the transcript notes from the call.

Sen. Graham stated, “The fact that Nancy Pelosi would argue for impeachment before she read the transcript… tells me that she has lost control.”

Take a look at Biden

Not only did Graham defend Trump and the phone call, but he also called for an investigation into Joe Biden.

He stated, “I like Joe Biden. He’s a good … friend of mine. I really honestly do like him. But somebody has to look at this conflict. And I would like somebody outside of politics.”

Graham’s point is a valid one as we cannot count on a House investigation or a Senate investigation to uncover the truth. These investigations are ALWAYS partisan.

Good or bad, guilty or not guilty, the investigation into Biden and his son Hunter must be conducted by an independent counsel and investigative team for it to hold any weight.

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