The talk of the nation today will undoubtedly revolve around the latest push for impeachment by the democrats, and news anchors from all across the political spectrum are growing frantic in their assessments.
It was just yesterday afternoon that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi finally bit the bullet, caved to the more progressive pockets of the democratic party, and announced that the impeachment “inquiry” into Donald Trump is officially official now.
This has sent the mainstream media into a tizzy, predictably, with all manner of pundits turning frantic in their need to state their case.
Even Fox News’ Chris Wallace was frazzled, appearing to side with the democrats on the issue.
Wallace said, “The fact is that President Trump and his staff have really said quite a lot since Sunday in trying to explain or defend what they did that puts a lot of meat on the bones. The fact that the president says that in that congratulatory phone call with the president-elect at that time of Ukraine, he did talk about Joe Biden. He did talk about Joe Biden and his son and possible corruption and expressed some concern about wanting the Ukrainian president to look into that. We also know, because it was admitted today by Kellyanne Conway, the story that was on the front page of The Washington Post, that the president did ask acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, before he made that phone call in July, to stop the provision of military aid to Ukraine, which had been overwhelmingly passed by Congress that everyone seemed in the government to want and the president said that he wanted it to be stopped.”
The then reiterated his point…
He added, “It may not bear fruit, but there is some meat on the bones here, both in terms of what the president said to the Ukrainian president and the actions that he had taken to stop aid before he made that call. So, there’s going to be something here for Congress to investigate, whether it ends up rising to the levels of articles of impeachment, we don’t know.”
The White House released a memorandum of the phone call in question on Wednesday morning, further stirring the pot within the infotainment industry.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.