The showdown that we have long awaited is here, and the White House is taking a path that few believed that they would brave.
Instead of meeting the Democrats head-on in their impeachment scheme, the West Wing has decided to allow the fiasco to continue unmolested by the truthful chatter of the White House lawyers. This will allow the Democrats to bury themselves, something that, in the end, will be a far more satisfying result for the MAGA crowd.
So, in response to a deadline set by the lopsided Democratic “inquiry” committees, the White House sent a scathing and scorching bit of legalese back.
Just minutes before a 5 p.m. deadline Friday, the White House sent a letter to the House Judiciary Committee declining the ability to participate in future impeachment hearings and accused House Democrats of making a predetermined decision on impeaching President Donald Trump.take our poll - story continues below
“As you know, your impeachment inquiry is completely baseless and has violated basic principles of due process and fundamental fairness,” White House counsel Pat Cipollone claimed to Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY). “Nevertheless, the Speaker of the House yesterday ordered House Democrats to proceed with articles of impeachment before your Committee has heard a single shred of evidence.”
In a Thursday announcement citing alleged abuse of power and election interference based on evidence from the Ukraine controversy, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi directed the House to begin drafting impeachment articles.
The White House’s declination also said Democrats “have wasted enough of America’s time with this charade” and to “not waste even more time with additional hearings.” Adopting impeachment articles, Cipollone claimed, would “constitute the most unjust, highly partisan, and unconstitutional attempt at impeachment in our Nation’s history.”
The left is now running out of ways to move the public needle on the subject of impeachment, and this could lead to the entire scheme blowing up in their face.
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