It‘s been a three-year-long Trump Derangement Syndrome roller-coaster for the Democrats and I’m sure their big “Trump Impeachment Day” won’t end the liberal stupidity any time soon.
The House will vote to impeach a president of the United States for only the third time in history.
The whole House will gather to begin debating on two articles of impeachment at 9 a.m.
But don’t expect a result too soon after because the Democrats will want to tell us all about their hearsay evidence that they’ll call facts.
Members will have six hours to debate, and the final vote is predicted to take place between 6:30 and 7:30 p.m.
President Donald Trump says he will not be watching the impeachment proceedings, calling the process a “hoax.”
He has a rally scheduled in Battle Creek, Mich., and it will absolutely be a wild.
If the House votes to impeach the president (of course, they will, the Senate will take up the case.
Each senator will serve as a juror and Chief Justice John Roberts will preside.
That means the five senators currently running for the Democratic presidential nomination will have to return from the campaign trail, poor babies.
Republican Senate majority leaders indicated they‘d wait until after the New Year to begin a trial.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer hilariously proposed to simultaneously agree to witnesses with Republicans, because now the Democrats are in the minority it’s all about fairness, and equality to both sides.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell vehemently rejected the proposition as a “strange request.“
In other words, McConnell told Schumer where to stick his idiotic suggestion.
The two sides still aim to sit down together to flesh out how the trial will be run — a process the Constitution has left vague.
In other words, McConnell will tell Schumer “This is what we are going to do, and when I say “we” I mean republicans”
In order to convict President Trump and complete their coup d’etat and also overturn the Democrats 2016 disgrace of losing the most historic ‘guaranteed to win’ election in American history.
The Democrats need a supermajority — two-thirds — to vote “Yes” in the Republican Majority Senate.
Of course, removing President Trump from office has about as much chance as the Democrats Stuttering Alcoholic Speaker Of The House Nancy Pelosi skipping happy hour and attending an AA meeting.
[table id=6 /]