While Nancy Pelosi and Crazy Maxine scheme impeachment strategies in their sleep, another leading Democrat has something much more sensible to say.
Former Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid warned his fellow Democrats to wind down talk of impeaching President Donald Trump ahead of November’s midterm elections, warning such rhetoric could further divide an already politically splintered nation.
Reid cautioned his liberal colleagues to avoid impeachment proceedings against President Trump saying “the less we talk about it the better off we are.”
According to Hannity.com:
Despite his all-out assault on the President’s agenda -which he describes as ‘decimating’ US institutions- the former Senate Majority Leader warned Democrats to avert the maneuver at all costs.
“I’ve been through impeachment, and they’re not pleasant,” Reid told NBC News. “And the less we talk about impeachment, the better off we are.”
The former Democratic leader went on to blast the Republican Party, saying wealthy donors were “buying the country for their own commercial interests.”
“With the Republicans, I’m not mad, I’m just terribly disappointed in what they’ve done to the institution,” he added. “I believe the federal government has been so harmed, the legislative branch has been decimated, judicial decimated, checks and balances sliding out the door.”