First House Democrat Announces He Is A NO Vote On Impeachment – More Expected To Follow


In the Party of Pelosi, you won’t find many House Democrats who will go against the Borg collective and come out against impeachment, but there will be some, and the first one has already spoken out.

Representative Jeff Van Drew (D-NJ) has stated that “unless there’s something I haven’t seen,” he will be a no vote on impeaching President Donald Trump. This comes just a day after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) announced the drafting of articles of impeachment.  She did this after a transparently rigged impeachment inquiry process that even blind Americans could see.

Van Drew’s district, which includes Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester and Ocean counties, narrowly favored Trump in 2016.  After Trump’s performance in office, especially with the economy, it’s believed that his district will not look favorably on a Yes vote for impeachment.

The freshman Democrat pointed out that the Republican Senate will refuse to remove Trump from office, which would allow the president to claim vindication, and in the end it will lead to nothing but “tearing the country apart.”

From Red State:

The possibility of several more following Van Drew’s lead is very real. Democrats in Trump districts know this is a losing issue as public support continues to turn on the matter. This entire impeachment fiasco has been shown to be a political mess and Republicans, to their credit, have actually done a good job at exposing it. There’s simply no high crime or misdemeanor present and swing voters are looking at this more and more negatively.

Voters do not like being second guessed and run over. Trump was elected in a fair and free election. To attempt to remove him from office for what the Democrats are claiming is going to backfire, if it hasn’t already.

Like the South Jersey lawmaker, there may be close to a dozen other Democrat defectors from the House when it’s all said and done.  The others will cower to Pelosi, Schiff, and Nadler, who are driving their party into the ash heap of history.

Another House Democrat keeping his distance is Representative Max Rose (D-NY), another freshman congressman whose Staten Island-centered district backed Trump in 2016 and who won his own seat by a thin margin last year.

“I’m uncomfortable until I see the articles” of impeachment, said Rose, referring to the formal charges that Pelosi’s radical House Democrats will draft in the coming days. “That’s the most important things. When you can see the articles, that’s when one can entertain whether one’s comfortable or not.”

On top of that, the odds that some Democrat senators would not No on convicting and removing Trump from office are very high should it ever get to that point.

Impeachment has been a complete failure for the Democrats.  Of all the witnesses called to testify only one was an actual fact witness, Gordon Sondland, and he testified that Trump did nothing wrong.

Pelosi made it seem like she was against the process in the beginning, but knowing the old progressive warrior, it was all a political ploy to later on make it seem like the president did something that convinced her that impeachment was necessary.  Many Democrats in Trump won districts will lose their seats in 2020 if the leadership continues with the impeachment farce.  It will be the first time an American president was impeached for doing absolutely nothing wrong, and the American people will not stand for that.  I predict Trump will become stronger and win 2020 in a landslide, the GOP will retain the Senate and will win back the House.  The Democrats have everything to lose, and it appears they’re too stupid to realize it before it’s too late.

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