We're less than a week away from witnesses history be made. This will be only the third time in the history of our country that a sitting U.S. President is impeached. Not only that, but for most of us, this will actually be the second time we've seen a president be impeached. And it's all based on hearsay "evidence" that isn't even factual.

Obviously, the biggest thing in this whole impeachment process is that the Democrats have been searching for a reason to impeach President Trump this entire time and it started before he even stepped into the Oval Office.

Democrats have had to defend their position that the whistleblower had such damning evidence against Trump. But have you noticed that they're not even talking about the whistleblower anymore? Why do you think that is? It's because Democrats know that that theory went to Hell so now they're trying to nail him on impeachable issues.

According to Breitbart,

On Tuesday in Washington, D.C., at Politico’s Women Rule Summit, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) admitted the impeachment process of President Donald Trump has been going on for “two and a half” years.

When asked about criticisms of  “the speed” of the House Democrats impeachment, Pelosi replied, “Speed? It’s been going on 22 months—two and a half years, actually.”

She continued, “I think we are not moving with speed. Was it two a half years ago they initiated the Mueller investigation? It’s not about speed. It’s about urgency. One of the charges against the president of the United States—saying he was violating the oath of office by asking for government to interfere in our election undermining the integrity of our elections.”

Now the House of Representatives is having an internal debate on these articles of impeachment themselves, which are currently obstruction of Congress and abuse of power. Again, neither of these are impeachable offenses. Donald Trump will walk away easily.

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