House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has done every crazy thing but froth at the mouth during the impeachment process. A sane person trying to understand her tactics might conclude that Pelosi has gone wild. Stephen Green leads Scott Ott and Bill Whittle in an effort to make sense of her approach.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell plans a speedy impeachment trial that rapidly acquits President Donald Trump of the two charges brought by the House. But why even have the trial? If the Republican-controlled Senate took a vote to dismiss the articles of impeachment, the country could move on.
Why do the impeachment hearings fail to convince anyone? A new NPR/PBS Newshour/Marist poll shows that the vast majority of Americans can’t imagine anything in the hearings will change their minds about President Trump’s guilt or innocence.
The New York Times says 2019 election results “reflected the country’s increasingly contentious politics and widening rural-urban divide.” Pundits clamor to claim what the results in Kentucky, Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania or Alabama portend for President Trump’s reelection hopes. Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott reviews what the 2019 results really mean for Trump 2020.
David Wasserman of Cook Political Report says a significant number of Republican House Members would vote to impeach President Trump if their ballots were secret. In private conversations, Wasserman says, some GOP lawmakers confess Trump is “wildly unfit to be president.”
Did Democrats fall into an impeachment trap with President Trump like Republicans did with President Bill Clinton, whose power and influence increased in the wake of their failure to convict and remove him from office? Can the Constitution survive the charade of using impeachment as Plan B when your party loses the election?
New York Times “conservative” columnist David Brooks makes the never-Trump case against impeaching the president. Why not just let Trump lose, rather than throw fuel on the fire of his devoted base?
Did President Trump commit impeachable offenses when he pressed Ukraine’s president to probe Hunter Biden for corruption? Bill Whittle doesn’t understand all of the fuss, and sees a larger pattern of Democrats attempting to disenfranchise the people who elected President Trump.
Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee launch probe into allegations that President Trump violated campaign finance law with 2016 hush money payments to porn star Stormy Daniels and Playboy model Karen McDougal, both of whom alleged affairs with the Donald J. Trump. Will this Democrat effort succeed where the Russia collusion case failed? Can it lay the groundwork for impeaching Trump before, or after, the 2020 election?
Tom Steyer, who has led a two year campaign to impeach President Trump, and devoted years as a climate crusader alarmed at global warming, just announced he’ll spend $100 million to get the Democratic nomination for president. Can Steyer’s billions buy the White House? Should the Democrats pick a wealthy populist outsider to face Trump? How long can Progressives endure a rich, white, male, heterosexual, professing Christian, candidate?
Bill Whittle reveals the awful truth about the Mueller report in a series of secret revelations from a leaked copy of the un-redacted document. Stephen Green and Scott Ott analyze the allegations and predict unavoidable impeachment as soon as Democrat House Members see this video.
Longtime Trump attorney Michael Cohen tells the House Oversight Committee that President Donald Trump is a conman, liar and racist who broke campaign finance law by paying hush money to prostitutes. Republican lawmakers did nothing but challenge Cohen’s credibility. Did they miss an opportunity to challenge his facts during his damning testimony?