Graham Hints Kamala Harris Could Face Impeachment if GOP Takes Back House
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As we have warned readers continuously, Democrats have taken the nation down a very dangerous political path. They have literally weaponized the impeachment process to remove a president for the crime of posting mean tweets.
President Trump has been acquitted twice. There was simply no evidence of a crime. No evidence of wrongdoing.
However, that cannot be said of certain Democrats.
While President Trump was captured on film telling his supporters to be peaceful, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) was captured on film telling her supporters to absolutely harass the former president’s staffers.
And then there’s the stunning decision by Vice President Kamala Harris to encourage people to bail out violent criminals who caused mayhem in Minnesota.
“Thirteen members of Biden’s campaign staff donated to bail and — rioters — they’re getting them out of jail. Looters — they got them out of jail. And his running mate, Kamala, urged their supporters to do the same thing,” President Trump said last August.
Imagine the outcry had President Trump gone down to central booking on January 6th and bailed out the thugs and deviants who stormed the U.S. Capitol.
Senator Lindsey Graham (R- SC) suggested on Fox News Sunday that Republicans would move to impeach Vice President Kamala Harris if they retake the House in 2022.
He continued railing against the trial on Sunday, one day after Trump’s acquittal, before adding, “We’ve opened Pandora’s box to future presidents.”
Graham said, “I don’t know how Kamala Harris doesn’t get impeached if the Republicans take over the House, because she actually bailed out rioters and one of the rioters went back to the streets and broke somebody’s head open. So we’ve opened Pandora’s box here.”
The precedent has been set by Democrats, not once, but twice. The only lingering question is which Republican representative will introduce the Articles of Impeachment.