Impeacher Schiff Screws the Pooch by Admitting Senate Trial Is About Stopping Trump Re-Election

“For precisely this reason, the president’s misconduct cannot be decided at the ballot box, for we cannot be assured that the vote will be fairly won,” said Rep. Adam Schiff, Trump Impeachment Manager.


Speaker Nancy Pelosi with Sen. Chuck Schumer, Reps. Adam Schiff and Jerry Nadler Impeachment Managers.

During the last two days, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff led the Democrats impeachment managers in the U.S. Senate Chamber for the trial of President Donald Trump by using what critics call flimsy evidence, hearsay and phony witnesses

During Schiff’s tirades of hatred towards Trump, he had a rare lapse in his dishonesty on Wednesday when he conceded that the reality of Democrats trying to remove  President Trump is tied to the upcoming 2020 Election. Schiff basically screwed the pooch when he confessed that the Democrats’ partisan impeachment is about stopping President Donald Trump from being re-elected, despite Trump being popular with more than half the U.S. population.

“The House did not take this extraordinarily step lightly,” Schiff said. “As we will discuss, impeachment exists for cases in which the conduct of the president rises beyond mere policies, disputes to be decided otherwise, and without urgency at the ballot box.”

“For precisely this reason, the president’s misconduct cannot be decided at the ballot box, for we cannot be assured that the vote will be fairly won,” said Schiff who is recognized as a deceitful political hack.

According to a Conservative Base source, Capt. Alexander Caratona, “It is strange to see and hear [Schiff] so openly say that Democrats do not want the upcoming election decided by law-abiding citizens who are legally registered voters.

Besides Rep. Schiff, many other Democratic Party officeholders and news media kingpins have publicly admitted they want Trump removed from office because they want to stop him from being re-elected.

Last week, California Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters also revealed that Democrats were never going to stop trying to impeach Trump from office and that it was “too important” to let the president “stay” in office any longer.

Graham Ledger has been covering the Russian hoax and the Ukraine frame up since the Democrats started their shenanigans.

And according to One America News anchorman Graham Ledger, Rep. Al Green (D-TX) said, “I’m concerned that if we don’t impeach this president, he will get re-elected.”

Also, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said, “We have to make sure — this will sound political but we have to make sure that the Constitution wins the next presidential election. We can’t be worrying about well, how long is this going to take? Well, that will take as long as it does. And we will press the case so that in the court of public opinion. People will know what is — is right. But we cannot accept a second term for Donald Trump if we are going to be faithful to our democracy and to the Constitution of the United States.”

In November, socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, “At the end of the day, we have to be able to come together as a caucus and if it is this Ukrainian allegation that is what brings the caucus together, um, then I think we have to run with however we unify the House. We also need to move quite quickly because we’re talking about the potential compromise of the 2020 elections,”

Ocasio-Cortez continued. “And so this is not just about something that has occurred; this is about preventing a potentially disastrous outcome from occurring next year.”

While Washington is consumed by impeachment fever, nearly half of the country’s state attorney generals are speaking out to condemn the Democrat coup against President Trump.

In an unprecedented letter to the Senate signed by 21 state attorney generals, the top law enforcement officials rebuked the impeachment and warned that:

Twenty-one Republican state attorneys general sent a letter to the Senate rebuking the impeachment of President Trump, claiming it would set a dangerous precedent moving forward.

The letter, which was sent on Wednesday morning, called for the Senate to dismiss the charges and end the trial, according to Fox News.

“This impeachment proceeding threatens all future elections and establishes a dangerous historical precedent,” it read.

“That new precedent will erode the separation of powers shared by the executive and legislative branches by subjugating future Presidents to the whims of the majority opposition party in the House of Representatives.”

The attorneys general added, “Thus, our duty to current and future generations commands us to urge the Senate to not only reject the two articles of impeachment … as lacking in any plausible or reasonable evidentiary basis, but also as being fundamentally flawed as a matter of constitutional law.”

They went on to argue that the abuse of power charge against the president “is based upon a constitutionally-flawed theory” that is “infinitely expansive and subjective” because it is contingent upon knowing the motivation of the president. The attorneys general also claim that the second charge, obstruction of Congress, is “equally flawed” because it would ultimately render executive privilege “meaningless.”

The letter comes as the Democrat impeachment managers led by Adam Schiff have now come out and admitted before the Senate that the real reason why they seek to have President Trump removed from office is because he is going to win in November and that cannot be tolerated.



Jim Kouri, CPP, is founder and CEO of Kouri Associates, a homeland security, public safety and political consulting firm. He's formerly Fifth Vice-President, now a Board Member of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, a columnist, and a contributor to the nationally syndicated talk-radio program, the Chuck Wilder Show.. He's former chief of police at a New York City housing project in Washington Heights nicknamed "Crack City" by reporters covering the drug war in the 1980s. In addition, he served as director of public safety at St. Peter's University and director of security for several major organizations. He's also served on the National Drug Task Force and trained police and security officers throughout the country.

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