The Democrats are moving into their endgame on impeachment.
Democrats believe this goal is within their grasp.
And Nancy Pelosi’s grand plan to impeach Trump got one huge assist from Barack Obama’s Deep State.
Democrats – in an unprecedented step – are using the House Intelligence Committee as part of their impeachment proceedings against the President.
The House Intelligence Committee has access to classified material put together by the Deep State and Democrats intend to use that dirt to destroy the President.
The Intelligence Committee’s involvement could provide Democrats with more evidence against Trump that could strengthen their case against him.
The intelligence panel’s role is a sign of the unprecedented nature of the questions surrounding Trump’s relationship with Russia, as well as the uncharted territory House Democrats find themselves in as they consider whether to formally recommend Trump’s removal from office.
Typically, impeachment proceedings are the province of the House Judiciary Committee — and the panel, led by Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.), has taken the lead in a nascent legal fight that its members say could lead to articles of impeachment. But Nadler isn’t going it alone.
Sources involved in the process say Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) signed off on the panel’s legal strategy and suggested approaches that would closely bind the Judiciary and Intelligence Committees together as the process unfolds. Allegations that Trump welcomed Russian interference in the 2016 election while pursuing a business deal in Moscow have taken center stage for Schiff’s panel.
The Robert Mueller investigation ended with no charges for conspiring with Russia.
Russian collusion was a hoax cooked up by the Obama administration.
But during the Mueller investigation, the Deep State selectively leaked – or outright fabricated – classified information that appeared to prove there was evidence of Russian collusion.
Democrats intend to rerun this playbook during impeachment using the House Intelligence Committee’s access to classified information.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.