Let me tell you a secret. It’s a secret because the only way you find out about it is if you follow Trump on Twitter. (That’s how slanted and unfair the media portrays his Presidency and accomplishments.)
As much as the MSM bashes DJT, legislators in both chambers know he has strong grassroots appeal, and a strong approval rating (almost 90 percent) among Republicans. This isn’t meant to be partisan; these are just facts. Further, the unemployment rate is the lowest it’s been in decades, and we aren’t at war. That’s a good combo.
Here’s what impeachment means: to charge [a public official] with a crime or misdemeanor.
Logically, the next question is this: How do you impeach a president?
Members of Congress in the House vote to impeach, or otherwise bring charges of criminal misconduct against the President. All that’s needed is a majority of members of Congress to bring charges.
Next, you need two-thirds of the Senate, a “supermajority,” to convict the president and thus have him removed.
The odds of the Democrats in Congress bringing articles of Impeachment against Trump is about as likely as you winning a scratch off for any amount over $20,000 tomorrow. It’s not going to happen.
Let me explain.
As I mentioned, he has incredible approval ratings among Republicans, the economy is doing great, and we aren’t at war. Besides, there is no way that the Republican-controlled Senate would convict.
The Democrats know right now that he’s done nothing criminal, so they’re trying to compel him to release his tax returns to find something. Of course, there’s no way you can compel the president to release his returns. Thus, Democrats can bring charges, but it’ll be futile, and political suicide. The Senate won’t convict, and there is no evidence that Trump has done anything criminal. The Russia thing turned out to be a “nothing burger,” as predicted by even CNN. (Yes … it was Van Jones.)
Trying to compel someone to be removed just shows desperation, and fits the narrative that this is a witchhunt.