Nancy Pelosi can’t quit President Trump.
Here are the lowly House Dems making their second walk of shame, delivering articles of impeachment against Trump.
But, it’s that meme just below the video that cracks me up.
WATCH: House managers walk to the Senate to deliver an Article of Impeachment against former President Donald Trump pic.twitter.com/B82hJIoEI4
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) January 26, 2021
Nancy is literally obsessed with him and is behaving like an insecure snubbed woman who is hell-bent on revenge.
It’s a really weird, weak, and sad sight to see…especially from a woman heading into her 90s.
And this is Nancy’s sad legacy – a “Fatal Attraction” weirdo, who can’t think straight because of her desperate love/hate feelings over President Trump.
Speaking of “legacy,” Pelosi is about to be the first Speaker to have two impeachment failures under her girdle.
This latest sham impeachment is worse than the first one if you can believe that, and Pelosi’s impeachment fantasy is “dead on arrival.”
It’ll never happen – especially after the GOP got a front-row seat to watch the downfall of Liz Cheney, Adam Kinzinger, and the other 8 traitors who voted to impeach President Trump.
The message has been sent – you try and hurt Trump and your career is over.
As professor emeritus at Harvard Law School Alan Dershowitz writes at the Wall Street Journal, “Now that Donald Trump is a private citizen, the Senate should dismiss the article of impeachment against him for lack of jurisdiction…. Beyond the constitution, there are strong policy and historical reasons an incoming administration shouldn’t seek recriminations against its predecessor.” In other words, the Senate lacks the authority to try a former official, and it would be dumb politics. Trump’s populist movement is by no means dead, and few of his 74 million voters believe he incited insurrection. Consequently, Senate Republicans are getting cold feet. The Hill reports:
Republicans say the chances that former President Trump will be convicted in an impeachment trial are plummeting … Only five or six Republican senators at the most seem likely to vote for impeachment, far fewer than the number needed, GOP sources say.… They have observed the angry response to House Republican Conference Chairwoman Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), who is facing calls to resign from the House GOP leadership team after voting last week to impeach Trump.
A failure to convict Trump for inciting insurrection will also frustrate Democrat hopes of barring him from holding public office in the future. As Shmuel Klatzkin pointed out in The American Spectator last week, this dubious goal is the main reason they insist on trying Trump after he has left office. They are so terrified that he will return after four years, as he has hinted he will, and win a second term, that they want to deprive him of the right to run. But because the Senate lacks the jurisdiction to put citizen Trump on trial — much less the votes to convict him — it will certainly fail to disqualify him from holding public office.
This is such a mess, that Democrat Johnathan Turley is actually advising President Trump (off the record) to challenge the impeachment trial all together now that he’s a private citizen.
Here’s what he said:
[Trump] must first decide whether he wants to sit for trial at all. He can legitimately argue that a private citizen cannot be impeached and the Senate cannot remove a person from office who has already left.… Trump can treat the proceeding as an extra-constitutional act because he is no longer subject to removal. If the Senate were to convict, he would have standing to challenge any disqualification from future federal offices. He could well prevail.
Chief Justice John Roberts has announced he wants no part of this circus and said he will not preside over the trial.
What a disaster and massive failure…AGAIN.
Pelosi looks and acts like an unhinged hysterical woman who is trying to “hurt” the man who rejected her.
And the thing that’s really infuriating about all of this is that the Dems can’t seem to find the time or money to help the American people, but they sure can find a lot of time (and money) to impeach the most popular president of our lifetime.