by Jack Watts

COMMON SENSE: Conservatives across America are cheering, expressing collective sighs of relief, that Rudy Giuliani has been able to get Special Counsel Robert Mueller to admit President Trump can not be indicted by him. Somehow, friends of the President consider this admission by Mueller to be a victory, but it is not. I wish it was, but it isn’t.
 
No sitting President can be indicted. Mueller knows this, and so does his team. Indicting the President has never been their end-game strategy. They want him out of office. There is no doubt about that, but there is only one Constitutional way to force Trump out of office—impeachment.
 
Since the Republicans are in power in the House of Representatives, impeachment is out of the question. This is specifically the reason why the Mueller investigation has continued to drag on, despite having obtained no evidence of Trump colluding with the Russians.
 
Confident that the House of Representatives will flip in November and make Nancy Pelosi the Speaker again, team Mueller is waiting for the midterm elections. If the Democrats win, everything that the Mueller team has been able to assemble can be transferred to the House Intelligence Committee, which will be chaired by Adam Schiff—not Devon Nunes.
 
If this happens, let me assure you that Schiff and the Democrats will vote to impeach Trump. Because it would take sixty-seven senators to sustain the impeachment, Trump would not be removed from office, but his ability to govern would cease. This is their goal—make no mistake about it. It’s also the reason why the midterms are so important. For the Trump agenda to continue, the Republicans must retain control of the House of Representatives.
 
It’s irrelevant that there are no legitimate grounds to impeach Trump; they will do it anyway. Their hatred for Trump is greater than their love for our country. I wish I was wrong about all of this, but I’m not. In your heart, you know I’m not wrong, don’t you?

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