If it wasn’t already clear before, the Democrats are after one thing and one thing only – impeaching Donald Trump, and attorneys representing the House Democrats have now made that official.
In speaking to a federal court, the attorneys clarified that Democrats fully intend to continue impeachment investigations no matter what, regardless of the eventual outcome of the Senate’s impeachment trial.
“In a filing to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, House General Counsel Douglas Letter argued that the House’s demands for grand jury materials connected to former special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation were still urgent because such evidence might become relevant to the Senate’s expected impeachment trial next month,” Politico reported.
“But Letter went further to note that even apart from the Senate trial, the House Judiciary Committee intends to continue its impeachment investigation arising from the Mueller probe on its own merit,” the Politico report states.
Democrats’ insistence at continuing to investigate the findings of the Mueller probe comes after Attorney General William Barr said last week in an NBC News interview that “there was and never has been any evidence of collusion.”
Basically Democrats are looking to waste as much tax payer money as possible in trying to impeach an innocent president and Americans are growing tired of their clown circus.
Democrat Rep. Jeff Van Drew is leaving the disastrous party and becoming a Republican over the issue of impeachment, which he has long been opposed to.
Van Drew speaking to CNN earlier this month said that Democrats should “be careful what [they] wish for” because impeachment “is tearing the nation apart.”
House Democrats have said in recent days that there is no limit to the number of times that they can impeach the president.
“A president can be impeached more than once,” Rep. Al Green said earlier this month. “So, we can do this, we can move forward with what we have on the table currently, we can take this before the Senate and we can still investigate other issues and when the president has committed additional offenses, and my suspicion is that he will, we can take those before the Senate.”
“There is no limit on the number of times the Senate can vote to convict or not a president, no limit to the number of times the House can vote to impeach or not a president,” Green continued. “So, my belief is that the speaker will probably say we’re going to move forward with what we have now, but we’re not going to end investigations and that there may be possible opportunities to do other things at a later time.”
Neal Katyal, an acting solicitor general under former Democrat President Barack Obama, made remarks along the same lines earlier this month.
Katyal tweeted: “[Important] note on future: If the Senate doesn’t vote to convict Trump, or tries to monkey w his trial, he could of course be retried in the new Senate should he win re-election. Double jeopardy protections do not apply. And Senators voting on impeachment in the next months know this.”