Following the House impeachment of Mr. Trump yesterday, Speaker Pelosi has lost no time in follow-up activity.
First, she indicates there will be delay in getting House impeachment articles to the Senate, because so far the senate process does not look “fair.”
“So far, we haven’t seen anything that looks fair to us, so hopefully it will be fairer, and when we see what that is, we’ll send our managers,” she said.
This “haven’t seen anything that looks fair to us” was later qualified as NOT applying to the recent collusion investigation.
On that matter: “A little sloppy, I’m afraid,” Mr. Comey said on FOX News, “but, hell, nobody’s perfect.”
As to unfairness in impeachment proceedings, nothing there to speak of in a process dominated by the Democrats.
Somewhat puzzling, however, the almighty rush to get the dangerous Mr. Trump out of office has somewhat slipped to less important at this time.
In fact, sending the articles to the Senate could wait until next November, if Mr. Trump is re-elected.
This would allow more dirt to accumulate on Trump to be sent along.
Breaking: But even more dramatic Democrat maneuvers from Pelosi are also afoot.
The entire group of Republicans in the Senate now stands at risk of impeachment and removal.
Senate majority leader, Mr. McConnell, would head the list for new impeachment proceedings to eliminate Senate Republicans.
His ascerbic manner in response to Ms. Pelosi recently has “the trappings of bias for Mr. Trump, if nothing else, and is not constitutionally sound,” she has said.
In fact, Mr. McConnell might even face assault charges for his manner.
“The essence of impeachment is to get after those elements in the government that are behaving irresponsibly,” Ms. Pelosi further explained.
She added that she was “devastated” and “saddened” that she must be the one righting the “ship of state” with its terrible situation at this time, due to Mr. Trump and his Senate “lapdogs.”
“Removal of the Senate entirely, after all, can be a good thing,” she added.
“Mr. Schumer and other democratic senators can re-run next fall as representatives for the House, and no harm done there.”
“Where in the Constitution does it say the concept of two houses in the Congress cannot be modified to one?”
“A congress without a Senate, after all, will not suffer as a house divided, if you’ll excuse my metaphor.”
“We must have purity. Let us all keep the Constitution under our pillows and pray to the Lord for guidance.”