We may very well be nearing the inevitable end of the Democratic impeachment folly, well before Christmas as the left side of the aisle has long maintained was their timeline.
Numerous witnesses with numerous different bits of hearsay or eavesdropped inferences have come before the American people to state their case, serving merely to galvanize us down party lines. The minds of the voters are not changing, as the polling shows, and procedural votes in Congress tend to reiterate this divide.
In the Senate, President Trump will be acquitted, making this entire fiasco nothing more than a months-long campaign ad against him.
At least it appears as though this will be over quickly.
Democratic lawmakers could vote this week on articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, the House Judiciary Committee chairman said on Sunday as lawmakers sharpened their focus on charges of wrongdoing in his dealings with Ukraine.
U.S. Representative Jerrold Nadler said the panel will not decide on the specific articles until after a hearing on Monday to consider evidence gathered by the House Intelligence Committee in its investigation of the Republican leader.
“There are possible drafts that various people are writing,” Nadler told CNN’s “State of the Union.” “But the fact is we’re not going to make any decision as to how broad the articles should be – as to what they contain, what the wording is – until after the hearing tomorrow.”
Nadler went on…
Nadler told NBC’s “Meet the Press” that articles of impeachment would be brought to the panel later in the week. Asked on CNN if lawmakers could vote this week, he said, “It’s possible.”
Despite the futility of the entire exercise, we can only be thankful that this entire debacle could soon be over.
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