It would seem that liberals are doing everything they can now to try and nullify what was a perfectly legal election with this talk of impeachment.
All they are doing is fracturing the country even more and segmenting it down to the point that all anyone is going to be talking about now is this hogwash impeachment proceeding.
Of course, you and I know that it is entirely for the purposes of making sure that the country is distracted from the real crimes that are going on.
President Donald Trump may be facing the fight of his political life, but he sure doesn’t seem to be backing down.
Trump is being threatened with impeachment by House Democrats after asking Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden’s (and his son Hunter’s) dealings with that country.
While in office as vice president, Biden had pressured the Ukrainian government to fire a prosecutor who had reportedly at one time been investigating a company on whose board Hunter Biden served.
In a series of tweets posted on Sunday, Trump doubled down on his original claim of Biden family corruption.
“It is INCREDIBLE to watch and read the Fake News and how they pull out all stops to protect Sleepy Joe Biden and his thrown out of the Military son, Hunter, who was handed $100,000 a month (Plus,Plus) from a Ukrainian based company, even though he had no experience in energy,” Trump tweeted.
When speaking of the “fake news,” the president may have been referring to outlets like CNN, which recently refused to air a Trump campaign ad that blasted Biden on his Ukraine record.
Trump went on to claim that Hunter Biden “separately got 1.5 Billion Dollars from China despite no experience and for no apparent reason.”
“There is NO WAY these can be legitimate transactions?”
It wasn’t the first time that the president has hinted at billion-dollar dealings between the Bidens and China. The $1.5 billion number appears to have come from a deal that Hunter Biden’s investment and advisory firm made with Chinese investors.