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Impeachment on the “Democratic” House Agenda

While the left has gone quiet on impeachment just two weeks ahead of midterms, some are refusing to follow the talking points and say impeachment and more collusion investigations are in store for America if Democrats win back the House of Representatives on Nov. 6. Breitbart News reports that Representative Adam Schiff (D-CA) – a key Pelosi ally – promised that Pelosi will be previewing a plethora of investigations should they win and even wrote a Washington Post op-ed about all manner of investigations. Schiff revealed, “There are serious and credible allegations the Russians may possess financial leverage over the president, including perhaps the laundering of Russian money through his businesses. It would be negligent to our national security not to find out.” Clearly, if the left wins and these representatives get their way, priorities will change drastically on Capitol Hill, and none of them will MAGA.

Here’s more from Breitbart…

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has tried to tamp down talk of impeachment ahead of the midterm elections, vowing to be less partisan if the Democrats retake the House.
“It’s about bringing people together. It’s not about – you know, people say, ‘Well aren’t you going to impeach the president, impeach whatever his name is [that] just went to the court?’” she told CNN on Monday. “I mean there’s a bipartisan, shall we say, inevitability to impeachment, but it’s not a – it’s not something one party does.”

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However, some Democrats keep going off-script.

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee and a close Pelosi ally, is openly previewing the many investigations Democrats would launch into the Trump administration if they retake the House in November.

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