By Roger Caldwell
As the nation is split down the middle, the Democrats and the Republicans take their sides. Everyone is right, and everyone is wrong. The American Democracy is being challenged to its core, and there appears to be no place for compromise.
The Democrats under the leadership of the Speaker of the House – Nancy Pelosi has made the decision to start an impeachment investigation, which has put President Donald Trump on notice. After months of deliberation and putting the brakes on the radical Democrats, the Speaker has decided the administrations’ last scandal has pushed her to the edge. The Trump – Ukraine Scandal is more than a telephone call, it is a coordinated scheme with many different Trump’s senior officials starting with the Vice President. This plot began last spring with Rudy Giuliani, the president’s personal lawyer putting pressure on the President of Ukraine.
Giuliani told the New York Times, “We’re meddling in an investigation – because that information will be very helpful to my client. The key word there was we’re. The first person plural indicated Giuliani was not carrying out this mission alone,” says reporter Jonathan Chait of the Intelligence.
As the Democrats started digging, it was revealed that a group of senior officials
When lawmakers and State Department staffers begin asking questions about why the money had not gone through, the
Many officials were involved in the
“The Mueller report informed or reminded everyone that it is illegal for a political campaign to accept a ‘thing of value’ from a foreign government. It could be argued that an investigation by a foreign government meant to harm a political opponent would be a thing of value, and pressing for one could be perilous for a US president,” says the Associated Press
Nancy Pelosi is the first woman to serve as Speaker of the House. She took over that position the second time, on January 13, 2019, with the largest number of House -women elected in the history of the House of Representatives. At that time she said, “I pledge that this Congress will be transparent, bipartisan, and unifying that we will seek to reach across the aisle in the Chamber and across the divisions across our nation.”
Since taking over the Speakership, Speaker Pelosi has tried to put impeachment on the backburner and operate as a moderate. With six House committees investigating a series of allegations against the president, from obstruction of justice, violating campaign laws, and paying hush money to porn actresses, everyone was aware that the president was breaking the law.
If President Trump is impeached in the House, the process would shift to the Senate. In the