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Impeaching Trump is wrong

The Government Accounting Office (GAO) released a statement January 16 claiming that the president violated the law when he withheld funds from Ukraine. Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her media allies quickly pounced.

Trump didn’t withhold the money. He delayed it to ensure it wasn’t going to be wasted by corruption, which is the president’s responsibility. But the release of that GAO statement on the opening day of the Senate impeachment trial was no coincidence. It was more collusion by Pelosi and the Swamp.

But since we’re talking about GAO reports as evidence of impeachable crimes, the GAO determined that Barack Obama broke the law seven times. By the left’s logic, Obama should have been impeached seven times. Where was Pelosi’s outrage then?

More than three years of investigation found no criminal activity and certainly nothing impeachable. The Democrats fabricated two “impeachable” offenses, neither of which involves anything illegal. A CNN news site shows how these are both erroneous. Democrats hate Trump because he is standing for conservative/Jewish-Christian principles which they hate.

When Trump wins this year, the left will really go ballistic.

Allen Marsh

Post Falls


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