For three years now, the Democratic majority in the House has been going after this president trying to justify impeachment.
Have they come up with enough evidence to impeach? No, but they continue with their hunt.
Now they are looking at this Ukrainian incident. On Oct. 27, The Washington Post did a survey in reference to the incident. It found that 47 percent of those surveyed stated they felt it was seriously wrong; of the 47 percent, 8 percent felt it was not that serious. And 35 percent stated he did nothing wrong, and 10 percent had no opinion.
Here’s my take on the survey: Those pursuing this impeachment hunt ought to be careful how they tread. People are tired of this. They have spent the better part of three years trying to find something to pin on this president and impeach him and they have yet to find something.
The people are tired of it and they will show how tired of it they are come elections. I know I will. The bottom line, they are poor losers, they have yet to get over losing the election. They have to put up 26 candidates to try to find one that can go against the president in the next election. They say they are looking for justice, but they are not clean themselves. What’s that saying, “those that live in glass houses should not throw stones”? I feel they are not going to go anywhere with this impeachment thing and they have spent too much time and money doing it. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the rest should start looking for another job because come election time, people are going to remember this useless waste of time and money. Oh, they did take time to consider giving themselves a raise. Not sure if they voted it in.
Charles E. Hubbard