2020 Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris curiously didn’t have anything to say Wednesday night about her party’s years-long impeachment crusade against President Trump over alleged “Russian collusion.”
But Mike Pence did.
I can’t be the only person in America who finds it strange that neither the Democrat Party’s presidential or vice presidential nominees mentioned that their opponent was impeached (even if the Senate failed to convict).
After all, impeachment is extremely rare. So why don’t the Democrats attack the Trump administration for it?
Democrat reticence to attack Trump for being impeached is especially ironic, given the deluge of claims from the media and Democrats that Trump will “refuse to peacefully transfer power” if he loses the election.
The impeachment scam was the culmination of Democrats refusing to accept the results of the 2016 election.
Some are even saying the left will refuse to accept the results again in 2020, should Trump emerge victorious.
When Susan Page, the moderator of the first and only 2020 vice presidential debate, asked if President Donald Trump would accept a “peaceful transfer of power” should he lose in November, Pence decided it was a good time to bring the issue up.
“When you talk about accepting the outcome of the election, I must tell you, Senator, your party has spent the last three and a half years trying to overturn the results of the last election,” Pence charged.
“It’s amazing,” he added.
Vice President Pence took it a step further – noting that the left’s refusal to accept the results of the 2016 election came even before the election happened.
“When Joe Biden was vice president of the United States, the FBI actually spied on President Trump and my campaign,” Pence said.
He continued, “There were documents released this week that the CIA actually made a referral to the FBI documenting that those allegations were coming from the Hillary Clinton campaign, and of course, we’ve all seen the avalanche, what you put the country through for the better part of three years until it was found that there was no obstruction, no collusion, case closed.”
Just before the debate, the Director of National Intelligence declassified files that show Pence is right.
Don’t forget, an investigation into the Obama administration’s actions during the 2016 campaign is ongoing.
And one FBI lawyer has already pled guilty to making false statements.
It’s not hard at all to follow the string that leads from “spying on the Trump campaign” to “refusing to accept the election results” to “impeachment.”
And it’s something they don’t want to talk about much these days. Just ask Kamala Harris.
Vice President Pence added, “And then, Senator Harris, you and your colleagues in the Congress, trying to impeach the President of the United States over a phone call.”
On left-wing charges that Trump won’t accept a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the election, Pence flipped the script.
“And now, Hillary Clinton actually said to Joe Biden that, in her words, under no circumstances should he concede the election.”
The media bias is plain as day.
Why haven’t reporters or debate moderators harangued Team Biden about accepting the results of the election should they lose?
In the first presidential debate, impeachment was not mentioned by the moderator Chris Wallace, though President Trump cited it a few times.
In the vice presidential debate, it was only mentioned when Mike Pence did so.
For years, impeachment seemed to be the only thing Democrats wanted to talk about.
Now you won’t hear about it – unless Republicans remind us of the duplicity the Democrats perpetrated.
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