The Democrats kooks plan to put on a sham impeachment show

Michael Goodwin:
Another day, another ­giant step on the road to ruin. Either Nancy Pelosi has lost her mind or she really wants to dig America’s grave.

The vote to formalize the impeachment jihad is a great day for Trump haters and a tragedy for democracy and common sense. Coming a year before an election and without a compelling claim that the president committed anything remotely resembling “high crimes and misdemeanors,” the action is an abuse of power for purely partisan purposes.

The timing is also exquisite. Voting on Halloween, and on the same day when Democratic Rep. Katie Hill took to the House floor to declare herself a victim of a double standard after she was caught engaging in threesomes with her husband and a campaign aide, the picture of a party seized by shamelessness is complete.

This was the Dems’ Crazy Day — and like Hill, they don’t have the decency to be embarrassed. Some are even rallying around her. Throuple cheers for Katie!

The fact that no Republicans joined the hit squad exposes the lie that there is a “bipartisan” push against President Trump. Pierre Delicto, aka Mitt Romney, loves the sound of his own self-righteousness but impeachment is now one party against America.

And surely we can expect the media to laud the two Dems who voted “no” as rare profiles in courage. Yeah, right.

After months of pushing back against impeachment, Pelosi has abandoned any pretense of being a leader. She has jumped on the bandwagon led by such kooks as Texas Rep. Al Green.

He has been demanding impeachment since 2017 — on what grounds, he didn’t know and didn’t care. The failure of special counsel Robert Mueller to deliver the goods only added to Green’s zeal.

“I’m concerned that if we don’t impeach this president, he will get re-elected,” Green said last May.
A partisan impeachment effort will be a disaster for the Democrats and that maybe the only good thing to come out of this fiasco.


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