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Democratic leaders question Pelosi’s ability to stave off impeachment

Pelosi is finding herself increasingly unique in her thoughts about impeachment, and the dems are readying a revolt.

These are ugly times for the democrats, as President Trump continues to wreak havoc with their attempts at congressional oversight.

The latest hullabaloo once again has us contemplating the secret, hidden meanings that the democrats have imbued within the Mueller report.  With 440+ pages somehow not satisfying the “resistance”-minded left, we are now facing the wrath of their anger.

In this quest for dirt on The Donald, the democrats have subpoenaed dozens of people and documents.  Two of these requests have gone unfulfilled in dramatic fashion, with Attorney General Bill Barr refusing to hand over an un-redacted version of the Mueller report to Congress, and, just today, former White House counsel Don McGahn took the advice of the White House and skipped his congressional testimony.

This has left the democrats in a bit of a bind regarding the possibility of impeachment for Donald Trump.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has long been a stubborn stalwart against the idea of moving forward with impeachment hearings, but her ability to reign in her democratic colleagues is apparently coming to an end.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi could soon be left with no choice but to embrace calls from some within her party to impeach President Trump, one senior Democrat told Fox News.

The Senior House Democrat — speaking on the condition of anonymity — said, despite Pelosi’s repeated attempt to quell talk of impeaching the president, “isn’t going to be able to hold off on impeachment much longer.”

The language used was unmistakable.

“It is coming to a head,” the Democrat told Fox News, before predicting the mounting pressure from inside her own ranks could force Pelosi to change her position “within the next two weeks.”

The Democrat argued that “the vast majority of us are for impeachment.” Fox News was told there was a hearty debate in the Democratic Steering Committee today about impeachment.

The argument against impeachment was almost purely a political one, with democratic leaders aware that the process would likely come to an end in the Senate, and at a crucial time in the run-up to the 2020 election.

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