Impeachment is never ending strategy
Since the election results came in November 6, 2016, shell-shocked Democrats have never stopped reeling. Flyover country voters — minus five outliers, (Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico, Minnesota and Illinois) which joined the leftist coastal states — rejected scandal plagued Hillary Clinton and put Donald Trump in the White House.
Impeachment talk started not long after. Despondent Democrats were not in a mood to wait until the next election to right what they consider an egregious, unfathomable wrong…mainstream American voters overwhelmingly electing Republican Trump president.
Now with the Dems moving forward with their sham impeachment, reality has set in. It can move through the House, where an initially reluctant Speaker Nancy Pelosi has fallen in line with the younger, radical new guard. But they face the reality of a Republican majority Senate. Currently, the U.S. Senate has 53 Republicans and 47 Democrats — including two independents who caucus with the Democrats, making the GOP majority precariously slim.
Thirty-four (34) senate seats will be on the ballot in 2020 — including a special election in here in Arizona. Democrats will only need to gain 3 or 4 seats to take control. Republican incumbent Sen. Martha McSally is being challenged by gun confiscator, Democrat Mark Kelly AKA “Mr. Gabby Giffords.” Aided by Socialist George Soros‘ ActBlue, Kelly, who clearly states he will “defeat the gun lobby,” has already amassed more money than all other Arizona senate candidates.
Sen. Martha McSally has been endorsed by President Trump. It’s imperative she is reelected or we will be putting President Trump in peril, with a senate that will assuredly vote to remove him.
Texas Rep. Al Green, a far left Democrat, actually says there is “no limit to the number of times” he and his political clique will try to impeach President Trump:
Republicans don’t just need to vote smart. We need to vote strategically. Our nation’s future depends on it.