A prominent conservative pundit is warning that House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif. are planning the next impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Outspoken critic Wayne Dupree is calling it a “takedown” — planned just in time to impact the 2020 election.
And he says that both Schiff and Pelosi are using former National Security Adviser John Bolton and his tell-all book as the launchpad for yet another witch hunt.
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“Right in time for the election,” Dupree writes.
There’s no odd coincidences around the release of the book and the timing surrounding it, he says.
Schiff and Pelosi want to turn this into an “election bombshell.” Democrats want an impeachment trial taking place just days before Tuesday, November 3.
Over the weekend, Schiff could hardly contain himself when talking about the possibility of having Bolton testify before Congress about the anti-Trump allegations he made in the book.
He told MSNBC’s Chuck Todd, “I don’t think we should wait if we conclude that there are important things that he says that need to be exposed to the public. The public needs to know exactly what they have in this president.”
“I think, to expose the length and breadth of this president’s depravity and how much it is endangering the country. So those facts are going to need to come out, and we are discussing with the Speaker and my fellow chairs just how to do that.”
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Simply put, Democrats could be preparing to drag Trump through the mud any way possible on national television to try and steal the 2020 presidential election.
It failed the first time — but it seems Schiff and the Democrats have returned with reinforcements.
Liberal lawmakers were banking on Bolton to testify during the first impeachment trial, but the agreement fell through after the former Trump aide said that the Democrats were going about impeachment in a partisan manner.
Schiff and Pelosi should be careful what they wish for in relying on Bolton again.
The Horn editorial team