Dem's Hatred Of Trump Is Hurting Biden
When Biden "won" the election he went on and on about Unity. He claimed he was going to be everyone's president regardless of who they voted for. So you'd think he would be looking for olive branches to extend to bridge the gap. But Trump's impeachment proves that he's likely all talk, as it would have been the perfect unifying action to put a stop to it.
"Impeachment will likely prove the most disastrous political initiative since Richard Nixon involved himself directly in the Watergate defense strategy. Joe Biden had a perfect opportunity to be a president of unity and bipartisanship by watering down to a censure vote this second annual spurious impeachment of Donald Trump, or forcing its abandonment altogether. If he had wished to couple such a statesmanlike gesture with a backhanded continuation of the malicious assault upon Trump that has been uninterrupted these five years, he could have informally assured some sort of prosecution in the courts of the District of Columbia..."
"If the Biden regime had opted for a de-escalation of hostilities by forcing through (and they would have had some Republican support for it) a reasonably worded censure of the president for his reckless exhortation on January 6, while leaving it to the D.C. kangaroo courts to tie up the former president in years of pretrial, trial, and appellate activity to get clear of the ludicrous complaint about to be pitched in the U.S. Senate, they could have extended their honeymoon, distracted the country from their already obvious shortcomings, and severely aggravated the fissiparous forces within the Republican Party."
Now whereas I don't want to aid in Biden doing everything in his power to practically erase Trump's accomplishments. I think we all would like to see an end to these frivolous impeachments and move on with things. Trump did not incite the Capitol Raid, Dems just want to stop him from running in 2024.