Nancy Pelosi’s new strategy might be to withhold sending the articles of impeachment to the Senate until they continue investigating possible new impeachable offensives. It does not really matter: the public has made up their minds concerning this Presidency. While this strategy will continue to keep impeachment in the news cycle (and in the House of Representatives), President Trump’s poll numbers and Republican Party campaign contributions continue to rise.
Let us pray that the Christmas recess will allow the party of the Deep State to listen to their constituents. Let us pray that everyone’s hope for a peaceful resolution to this coup is still a viable option. I believe the ball is in Attorney General Barr’s court.
In a Monday court filing reported by Politico, House Counsel Douglas Letter argued that they still need testimony from former White House counsel Don McGahn, which may uncover new, impeachable evidence that Trump attempted to obstruct the Russiagate investigation (of a crime he didn’t commit).
“If McGahn’s testimony produces new evidence supporting the conclusion that President Trump committed impeachable offenses that are not covered by the Articles approved by the House, the Committee will proceed accordingly — including, if necessary, by considering whether to recommend new articles of impeachment,” reads Letter’s filing.