Everyone is forgetting one little detail of the Trump impeachment narrative

Incase you have not been paying attention, impeachment talk has been directed at Donald Trump before he ever won the election. Back then it was the backup plan in the unlikely event that Hillary Clinton was defeated in her coronation run for office. Well, it has become the singular and primary plan of the mainstream media and slavishly followed by the Democrat party. When you look at all the numbers and all the situations, it is not going to happen. Is it a real possibility? Read on.

As Written By Peter Hasson for the Daily Caller:

Months before Donald Trump was even nominated for president at the Republican National Convention, the possibility of impeaching President Trump was already being floated in political circles.

“‘Impeachment’ is already on the lips of pundits, newspaper editorials, constitutional scholars, and even a few members of Congress,” read an April 2016 Politico piece, titled, “Could Trump Be Impeached Shortly After He Takes Office?”

“They’ll be talking impeachment on day two, after the first Trump executive order,” conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh predicted a month before the Politico piece. “You might finally get to see unified opposition to the guy.”

“The only way Obama has gotten away with all this authoritarian executive order stuff is the Republican Party hasn’t stopped him. You want to see an opposition party in action, take a look at Democrats down the road,” he added.

Rush reiterated that prediction less than a week before the election. “I think one of the plans the Never Trumpers have if he wins is to impeach him,” the radio host said.

A day before the election, researchers with the University of Utah made the legal case for impeaching Trump if he won the election. The researchers claimed Trump could be charged with fraud or racketeering, both of which are……


Trump Impeachment Talk Started Before He Was Even Nominated | The Daily Caller

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