Democrats Breaking Ranks Over Impeachment, Admits Impeachment Inquiry is Going Nowhere
We're now into the second week of the impeachment hearings against President Trump as he's been accused of bribery by withholding funds from Ukraine unless they investigate the Bidens and their dealings with Burisma and the firing of the former prosecutor who was investigating Hunter Biden.
So far, the hearings have proved to be fruitless for the Democrats and they're not getting any evidence of wrongdoing whatsoever.
Now even some Democrats are breaking ranks and just ready for this impeachment garbage to be done with because they know that nothing is going to come of it.
One prime example is Rep. Jeff Van Drew. He was recently asked by a reporter, "Congressman Van Drew, you’ve had such courage and leadership since you took the job in Congress. You are also one of two who have voted against this inquiry to begin with. Why? "
Van Drew replied, "I just think we should keep going down this road, keep spending more time. You know, many of us came to Congress because we really wanted to accomplish goals, really work on issues such as health care, work on issues dealing with prescription drugs, elections, security, the debt, the deficit. You know, the list goes on and I can speak on and on about all the things that we need to do.
And I just don’t think we’re hearing anything new and, real quickly, we must understand the importance and the level of what impeachment is. Hundreds of years of history, no one has ever been convicted of impeachment, and that’s the point. We’re gonna have an election next year, let’s have the election, let’s fight through the election, let’s do what Republicans and Democrats and whomever else does. But this is going to get us nowhere. We’ve spent millions of dollars, in my opinion, tons of money, tons of time, tons of hurt, fracturing the nation apart. I haven’t seen this to be a good thing..."