Ever since Democrats won back the House of Representatives, one word has been on the lips of everyone in Washington.
With all the buzz floating around Washington, no one could believe Pelosi made this jaw dropping announcement about impeaching the President.
Midterm election exit polls showed 78 percent of Democrats favored impeaching President Trump.
The left turned out to elect a Congress they believe will overturn the results of the 2016 election.
Many liberals expected impeachment to be the new majority’s first order of business.
The only problem is the one person who disagrees is Nancy Pelosi.
She convinced her caucus to hold off on impeachment until Robert Mueller turns in the report from his rigged witch hunt.
Incoming House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her top allies are trying to stamp out the impeachment chatter spurred by a rapid-fire series of revelations that have brought special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe ever closer to the Oval Office.
Their goal: Give Mueller space and time to finish his work before considering impeachment proceedings while satisfying the Democrats’ burning desire to aggressively investigate Trump in the meantime.
“We must wait to see the entire picture and then engage the American people about how we go forward as a nation,” Pelosi told POLITICO in a statement. “We must protect the integrity of the Mueller investigation, so that the American people can get the full truth.”
Democrats know impeachment as a partisan issue will only help re-elect Donald Trump in 2020.
There is no chance the Senate will vote to convict the President, so Democrats moving on impeachment will only be seen by the American people as a partisan coup to nullify the 2016 vote.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.