Impeachment Fever is Spreading, with Protesters Now Looking to March on Capitol


Thanks to the unwavering and wanton drivel of the mainstream media, the Democrats’ “formal impeachment inquiry” looks to have some legs.

The premise of their current probe is not far removed from that of its previous incarnation as “RussiaGate”, this time asserting that it was Ukraine who worked with Donald Trump in order to “meddle” in an American election.

President Trump disagrees vehemently, and has provided evidence that his conversations with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky were in regard to the broad idea of “corruption” and not focused on the upcoming US election.

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Still, the left persists, pushing the idea of an inevitable impeachment of President Trump over the matter.  This constant cacophony of coming catastrophe has now prompted Americans to take to the streets.

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A coalition of liberal groups announced Friday that it will sponsor a series of national impeachment marches, including one in Washington, D.C.

“People take action when they think they can make a difference, and for a long time a lot of the silent majority on impeachment thought it wasn’t going to happen,” said David Sievers, a campaign director of MoveOn, one of the liberal groups organizing the demonstrations. “We want to show that this isn’t just some fringe thing, this isn’t just Democrats in D.C.”

Sievers said the marches would occur the night before the House holds a formal impeachment vote. Currently, the House is in the initial stages of an impeachment inquiry, taking closed-door depositions, and no public hearings or vote have been scheduled.

The flurry of public mobilization comes after years of smaller-scale, more granular pushes by groups like MoveOn, which, ironically, was formed to combat former President Bill Clinton’s impeachment in 1998.

President Trump has insisted that the House of Representatives hold a vote to authorize this impeachment inquiry, otherwise, the White House will continue with their stance on non-cooperation with the investigation.

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