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Proft: The Somber, Prayerful, Reluctant House Democrats


House Democrats were “somber,” “prayerful,” and “reluctant” about impeachment—or so they say.

But, on December 6, 2017, 58 House Democrats voted for impeachment over Trump’s criticism of NFL players who knelt during the national anthem.

And, on January 19, 2018, 66 House Democrats voted for impeachment over Trump’s use of coarse language to describe underdeveloped countries.

Then, on July 17, 2019, 95 House Democrats voted for impeachment over Trump’s insulting statements about “The Squad.”

This says nothing of Rep. Al Green’s demand Trump be impeached over his “racism” … and Rep. AOC’s contention that Trump should be impeached over the citizenship question the Department of Commerce attempted to put on the 2020 census questionnaire.

Yet, we are supposed to believe the House Democratic caucus is comprised of reasonable people who take their Constitutional oath seriously.

Democrats in the House have been thirsting for impeachment since inauguration day.

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Democrats Settle on Watered Down Articles of Impeachment

Townhall Review – December 14, 2019

Hugh Hewitt and Senator Ted Cruz discuss the likely impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate.

Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talk with National Review’s David Harsanyi and retired Marine Colonel Ollie North about the Inspector General Horowitz report and Impeachment.

Kevin McCullough and Wall Street Journal editorial board member Kimberley Strassel talk about this impeachment controversy

Dennis Prager opines on Time Magazine’s obsession with climate change.

Sebastian Gorka and actors Kevin and Sam Sorbo talk about how their conservatism has affected their Hollywood careers.

Larry Elder rips Congressman Al Green’s latest statement on reparations and slavery.

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