Many Democrats are demanding the impeachment of President Donald Trump. However, they seem to forget that we cannot impeach a president simply because we do not like or agree with him. That's not how our constitution works, folks.
Despite the high demands, Democrats lack one major thing: a probable cause. They were banking on the Mueller report to take him down, but that was a hoax of course. If nothing else, that report only proved Trump to be innocent of a Russian collusion.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, a Democrat, said that he is "not prepared to recommend" impeachment right now, and continues to shy away from it.
“We may get there,” Schiff said during an interview with CNN's “State of the Union," with Jake Tapper. “What would get me to that point is if we get to a final court decision compelling the administration to provide testimony and documents and they still refuse, then I think we are in a full-blown constitutional crisis that would compel that kind of remedy.”
He added, “[A]t this point, I’m not prepared to recommend it."
Interesting, considering Schiff claimed in the past that he had "ample evidence" of Trump colluding with Russians to win the presidential election in 2016. Obviously we know that was a lie. Tsk, Tsk.