For a little over a week, Ms. Pelosi has been talking about this being a solemn time, that we should keep President Trump in prayer and that Jefferson, Madison and Franklin gave us “a republic if you can keep it.” Ms. Pelosi has repeatedly said that respecting the Constitution was the Democrats’ highest priority. Yet when she’s been asked to give Republicans the right to ask witnesses questions or to subpoena witnesses, Ms. Pelosi has been an autocrat.
When she started the impeachment inquiry, she didn’t do it by announcing the results of a vote from the People’s House. Ms. Pelosi stepped up to the microphone and announced that she was starting the inquiry. That means this inquiry isn’t a legitimate impeachment inquiry in the eyes of the courts. When Chairman Schiff requests documents, the White House won’t hesitate in rejecting Chairman Schiff’s request.
Had the whole House voted to start an impeachment inquiry, the House’s authority would’ve expanded substantially. Ms. Pelosi didn’t want Republicans to have the same rights that other minority parties had in past impeachment inquiries so she didn’t hold a vote. No special rules were created for this special investigation. Impeachment investigations, we understand, aren’t like other investigations because so much more is at stake.
We’re talking about undoing the will of the American people with impeachment and conviction. Other than voting to go to war, I can’t imagine a more somber moment the House experiences. Instead of voting on impeachment, Ms. Pelosi walked up to a podium like a queen and declared that the House had officially started their impeachment inquiry:
Pelosi caved to the Squad, Maxine Waters and the other nutjobs in her caucus. The rest of her caucus didn’t even get a chance to express the will of their constituents. The somewhat more moderate Democrats were told what they’d signed up for. Queen Nancy had made her dictatorial ruling. Queen Nancy had made the Democrats’ decision for them, too.
Remember when Queen Nancy led the fight for the ACA? That’s when Queen Nancy shoved Obamacare down our throats and 63 Democrats into involuntary retirement. That’s when Queen Nancy became famous for this:
In 2010, TEA Party activists stepped into voting booths across America, along with other patriots, and voted out Democrats en masse. When the results were finalized, Queen Nancy was no longer Speaker/Dictator because Republicans were the new majority. It’s time to throw Queen Nancy out of House leadership once and for all. It’s time we put the Squad in the minority for the foreseeable future, too.