While Donald Trump, both as President of the United States, and also to the present day, has been the subject of multiple witch-hunts and hoxes perpetrated by Leftist-Democrats and the media ever since he announced his intent to run for President on June 16, 2015, and has been formally impeached by Congress not once but twice over partisan drivel, current President Joe Biden may have sold out his country through influence peddling.
This week we saw the opening day of what is known as in Impeachment Inquiry.
An Impeachment Inquiry is not the same thing as an actual impeachment. Instead, an Impeachment Inquiry is an investigation to determine whether there is evidence that suggests wrongdoing may have occurred. The Impeachment Inquiry may show that there is no real evidence that points to any serious wrong-doing on the part of Joe Biden (even if wrongdoing was done by others, such as his son or brother); or the outcome may be that while there is evidence of wrongdoing it simply is not egregious enough to warrant more than a slap on the wrist; or, it is possible the inquiry will establish that high crimes and misdemeanors have been committed by Joe Biden, at which point a full Impeachment Hearing would commence in the House of Representatives, and, if they find him guilty, the Senate would have to vote to either ratify the impeachment of the President or exonerate him.
I find it utterly fascinating to observe how both Republicans and Democrats conduct themselves in this necessary process.
First, let’s summarize the Democrat members of the Impeachment Inquiry. They seem to be putting forth three distinct responses during the inquiry:
What is noteworthy is that the Democrats have not offered any intelligent analysis of the evidence that Republicans have presented against Joe Biden. Instead, the Dems have denied any such evidence exists, even after it is presented.
And what does that evidence consist of thus far? Consider the following:
It is still too early to draw any conclusions except this one: The Republicans involved in this Impeachment Inquiry are focused on presenting evidence and the Democrats are focused on claiming there is no evidence, while also claiming Donald Trump (who is not the subject of this inquiry) should be the focus of an investigation, an indictment, and prison sentence.
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