Pelosi on Impeachment Process: It’s Not a Question of “Proof”, It’s About “Allegations”

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After finally signing the impeachment articles for transfer over to the Senate, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-California) was asked questions about the impeachment witnesses.

She made it very clear during the questioning that for her and all the other Democrats hell-bent on impeaching Trump, it’s not about having proof of any crimes committed by the president.  It’s simply about smearing him with ridiculous allegations.

Behold:

“It’s not a question of proof, it says what allegations have been made and that has to be subjected to scrutiny as to how we go forward, but it should not be ignored in the context of other events that could substantiate some of that,” Pelosi stated.

So all you need is allegations?  Pretty low bar for a legal step.  But she is a Democrat.

The problem is a lot of Democrats actually believe this garbage.  It takes a lot of hard work to actually be that stupid.

I assure you Lady Justice is weeping and the founding fathers are rolling in their graves at this treason!

The only thing Democrats have proven is Trump is guilty of winning the 2016 election.  And for that they will never exonerate him!