After Robert Mueller’s disastrous performance Wednesday before two House committees, the Democrats’ effort to remove President Trump and reverse the 2016 election is over.
They’ll have to wait until 2020 to try again.
The Democrats and all the Russia probe stuff they brought up just seemed like a lukewarm meal of tiresome leftovers. We’ve seen all this stuff before, and the country is tired of it. The efforts by the media to suggest that something important was said or happened – other than the evidence of the personal deterioration of Robert Mueller – was ludicrous and pathetic.
According to the Washington Examiner:
Democrats are done talking about impeachment and investigating President Trump. At least for now.
A day after former special counsel Robert Mueller’s much-anticipated testimony about presidential collusion and obstruction fizzled, House Democrats Thursday marched down the East Front of the U.S. Capitol led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi and waving small American flags, determined to change the subject.
Lawmakers delivered a 20-minute press conference to awaiting media in which they brushed off the significance of the monthslong probes into Trump and his administration and all that talk about impeachment.
Nobody mentioned investigating the president.
Instead, Democrats touted the stack of legislation they have passed since taking over the House majority in January and offered a glimpse into what they would be talking about with constituents when they leave the Capitol Friday for a six week recess.
It had nothing to do with Trump.
“There is all this talk about oversight and investigations,” Rep. David Cicilline, D-Rhode Island, said dismissively as he outlined the August agenda. “This is our opportunity to report back to our constituents on the work we are doing on behalf of the American people.”