The Ukrainegate impeachment inquiry is moving forward. So far, reactions from conservatives have been mixed. Some are intentionally yawning, saying this is a big nothingburger that will not affect the President very much and may even help him in the 2020 elections. Others are semi-siding with the Democrats, pointing to nuances in the Trump-Zelensky transcript and saying they were inappropriate as they attempt to sound reasonable and objective. Most are upset and lashing out at Democrats like Adam Schiff and Nancy Pelosi for distracting America from their failures in government.
A small number of Republicans and Independents are outraged to the point of calling for retribution in the form of reversing the script on Senate Democrats who called for Ukraine to deliver dirt on Trump in 2018, or Joe Biden who is clearly the one who pressured a foreign leader for personal gain. This is the camp in which I fall, and I believe it’s the camp that should be growing larger and louder as the impeachment inquiry proceeds.
Under normal circumstances, I’m relatively passive. I believe there is already too much hatred in the world and I tend to try to be the calm voice of reason in most political situation. My standard response to most things is, “Calm down. It’s just politics.” But this is different. They’ve gone too far and the dividing of this nation is accelerating as a result.
Republicans have more right to be outraged over this impeachment inquiry going forward than Democrats were in 1998 when Bill Clinton started getting impeached. Democrats were right to be outraged, as it was a waste of time that had no chance of yielding fruit. Now, we’re experiencing a bigger waste of time that not only won’t yield fruit, but will do harm to America in the process. In fact, it already has as world leaders have chimed in saying they’re concerned the White House was forced to release a transcript of a private conversation with a foreign president because the opposition party threw a fit.
Whatever outrage the Democrats were entitled to feel in 1998, multiply that by ten and place it in the hearts of every Republican and Independent in America. Democrats cry for unity at rallies but demonstrate nothing but spite and covetousness towards our President, his party, and his supporters. You’re damn right we should be furious about this whole senseless debacle.
In no way was the President’s request for Ukraine to reengage with their initial inquiry into Hunter Biden’s company harmful to America or any Americans. That’s what’s most important here. “High crimes and misdemeanors” have victims. If the Democrats want to claim Biden is the victim, fine. We can argue that point since he was the one who pressured Ukraine to fire the prosecutor well before Donald Trump was President. Let’s have that debate. But any claims that the President’s impeachable offense was poking for information on a competitor is disingenuous and hypocritical in light of everything else we know.
The Democrats have in the recent past and continue today to seek dirt on Republicans from foreign entities, including Ukraine. If they want to start pointing the impeachment rifle at someone over this, they better be prepared to have it pointed right back at them because their direct attachment to Ukrainian political corruption goes back much further and extends much deeper than the President’s phone call with President Zelensky.
We, the people, are being played for fools by the Democratic elites and their media lapdogs. This is worse than a witch hunt. It’s a conspiracy to destroy the will of half the country. We MUST send a clear message in 2020 up and down the ticket.
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