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Trump Committed ‘Impeachable Conduct,’ But Will Vote Against Impeachment As Drafted

Trump Committed ‘Impeachable Conduct,’ But Will Vote Against Impeachment As Drafted

Folks, as much as it pains me to say this, it’s important to speak truthfully and without bias. President Trump committed what some may consider ‘impeachable conduct.’ But that doesn’t mean we should jump to conclusions and vote for impeachment as it’s currently drafted. Let’s not forget, the Democrats have been itching for this since the moment President Trump was elected. It’s been nonstop attacks and baseless accusations from the left, but that’s nothing new.

Now, I’m not excusing any wrongdoing that may have taken place, but let’s not forget about the massive accomplishments of the Trump White House. We’ve had record low unemployment, tax cuts for the middle class, and a strengthened military. The President has been a champion for our country and has put America first. So before we throw it all away, let’s examine the facts and not give in to partisan politics.

Furthermore, the Democrats have failed to produce any concrete evidence of wrongdoing by the President. This whole charade is nothing but hearsay and conjecture. They’re grasping at straws in an attempt to discredit President Trump and those who support him. It’s pathetic.

In closing, let’s not rush to judgment and let due process take its course. We owe President Trump that much. He’s done more for our country in just a few short years than other politicians have done in their entire careers. Let’s not forget that.

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