Impeachment Charade is Really a Mask to Distract from the fact that the Obama Administration’s Spied on the Trump Campaign

There are a lot of reasons why the left might be trying to impeach President Trump. For some, it’s because they genuinely disagree with his policies. That shouldn’t be impeachable, but a lot of Representatives are honest about that motivation. For most, it’s because they don’t like the man. Fewer are honest about this, but some still are.

There are two bigger theories that you may have heard. One is that Nancy Pelosi timed the impeachment proceedings to coincide with the first few Democratic primary votes. This was her way of protecting the establishment from the likes of Bernie Sanders, who would have to be in the Senate Chambers instead of on the campaign trail.

Another theory you’ve definitely heard is that this is a distraction from investigations into the spying on Mr. Trump’s presidential campaign. We know that the FISA warrant and initiation of the Russia investigation was shady. The Democrats are scared of what might be revealed by the IG and AG reports that are coming soon.

Here’s the truth. All of these are reasons for impeachment, and you’ll notice that none of them have to do with the President committing high crimes or misdemeanors. Still, so reasons are more prevalent than others, and that’s why you should listen to what Andrew Klavan has to say on the matter. He’s an insightful fella.

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