As the left continue to rail about impeaching Trump, they never actually give any concrete reasons for it. Oh, but “Trump is guilty of all sorts of crimes, the most corrupt Administration ever, the Mueller report lists multiple grounds for impeachment!”
“Well, there are just…so many!”
Then name one.
If you pin them down and force them, sometimes you can get one of two reasons out of them:
(1.) Trump committed “obstruction.” Which he must be pretty lousy at, since Mueller was never fired, Trump gave him unprecedented access to his records and staffers, his witch hunt went on for nearly two years, and he issued a 440-page report that didn’t have to be released, but was. When they say he “obstructed” Mueller, they mean he thought about firing him (which he had an unquestionable right to do), but didn’t. Thinking about something doesn’t mean it happened. There’s something I think about doing every time I see Adam Schiff on TV, but he doesn’t have my footprint on his backside, does he?
(2.) Trump didn’t stop Russian efforts to meddle in the election. Yes, and that wasn’t his job at the time. That happened on President Obama’s watch. The people who were supposed to be watching for that seemed more focused on trying to entangle Trump’s campaign in it than in warning him about it, which they would have done for any other candidate, but to quote Mueller, this was “a unique situation” (they weren’t trying to frame the other candidates.)
Even now, over two years later, Trump’s critics seem more focused on hanging Russian meddling in the 2016 election on Trump than on preventing it happening again in 2020. Fortunately, the Trump Administration is taking that threat more seriously than the last Administration. They’re not only actively working on countering any attempted Russian interference, but also meddling from other miscreants, the most worrisome (and least reported on) being China.
At the link, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo talks to Fox News about how “incredibly focused” on preventing election meddling this Administration is.
If you want to learn more about this subject, and other things of vital importance to America and the world, I’ll be sitting down with Secretary Pompeo for a personal interview tomorrow night on “Huckabee” on TBN. To find out where you can watch that show in your area, as well as see previous episodes and online exclusives, go to https://www.tbn.org/huckabee and click on the “WATCH” menu at the top of your screen.