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Pelosi, feeling internal democratic pressure, inches closer to impeachment talk

Nancy Pelosi’s latest backtracking could have major implications on the 2020 election as well.

For months, the democratic party has been at odds with one another, particularly as it pertains to the possibility of impeaching President Donald Trump.

From the very onset of the President’s first term, (and perhaps even a few days before we was sworn in), speculation regarding Trump’s impeachment was swirling.  The business mogul was a threat to the status quo in Washington DC, drawing the ire of the establishment cretins who have long controlled Congress.

Now, as the left drums up scandal after scandal in an attempt to discredit and delegitimize the Commander in Chief, the democrats have come to a possible tipping point, with even House Speaker Nancy Pelosi beginning to rouse the suspicion of impeachment in earnest.

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“This violation is about our national security. The Inspector General determined that the matter is ‘urgent’ and therefore we face an emergency that must be addressed immediately,” Pelosi wrote in a letter to lawmakers on Sunday.

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“If the Administration persists in blocking this whistleblower from disclosing to Congress a serious possible breach of constitutional duties by the president, they will be entering a grave new chapter of lawlessness which will take us into a whole new stage of investigation,” she continued.

Pelosi has long avoided endorsing an impeachment proceeding against President Trump, due to the likelihood that the affair would be stonewalled in the republican-controlled Senate.

This, according to Madam Speaker, would give the incumbent President yet another angle of attack during the 2020 election.

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