Adam Schiff’s Impeachment Inquiry is Over: 4 Things Likely to Happen Next

Democrats have about as much of a chance successfully impeaching President Trump as the 0-11 Cincinnati Bengals have of winning the Super Bowl this year. The winless NFL team has already been mathematically eliminated from the playoffs, and have at least that in common with radical House Democrats.

After disgraceful secret hearings and two weeks of public testimony from California Rep. Adam Schiff’s partisan Intelligence Committee witch hunt, the result was a foregone conclusion. Schiff, his fellow coup-thirsty Democrats, and the fake news media pushed enough misinformation to convince themselves they have the support to take the next steps. This is what is expected to happen as soon as Congress comes back from the Thanksgiving break.

1: Send A Democrat-Only Report to the House Judiciary Committee

Schiff has indicated that the left is busy crafting a report that summarizes their talking points. These include debunked claims that President Trump engaged in a quid pro quo with Ukraine targeting Obama-era V.P. Joe Biden and his son’s corruption. Transcripts of the phone call and testimony disprove this theory.

Regardless of the facts, Schiff will send the one-sided report to another Democrat-majority committee in early December — the House Judiciary Committee.

2: Anti-Trumper Jerry Nadler Receives Schiff’s Report

If voters thought there would be a semblance of fair-handedness in the process — think again. Perhaps no one hates the president more than New York Rep. Jerry Nadler and he chairs the House Judiciary Committee.

The Democrat majority of the Judiciary committee includes some of the president’s fiercest detractors, including California Rep. Eric Swalwell and Rhode Island Rep. David Cicilline, whose family has long-standing ties to organized crime.

The committee will likely conduct further open-hearings that might allow the president’s counsel to participate. But outnumbering Republicans 24-17, the House Judiciary Committee is expected to recommend impeachment like a good old-fashioned mob-style hit.

3: House Impeachment Vote Along Party Lines

Sending a recommendation to a floor vote is as predictable as the sun rises and sets. Democrats hold a 233-197 majority in the House, and many have been chomping at the bit to cast a vote to oust President Trump and undo the 2016 election. Many extremists guaranteed their liberal supporters this would have been accomplished after the $32 million Russia probe.

The vote is expected to carry along party lines with, perhaps, a few defectors. Democrats in districts President Trump won in 2016 are concerned about a voter backlash. The polls prove them correct. The House impeachment vote is expected to pass, and Democrats could face backlash from voters next year and lose their majority. Time will tell on that last prediction.

4: Senate Expected to Hold Impeachment Trial

In the GOP-majority Senate, things take a turn for the worse for impeachment-starved Democrats. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has gone on the record stating he will hold an impeachment trial if the House recommends impeachment.

The major problem for Democrats is that in the Senate trial the president will be able to call witnesses that were blocked by Schiff in the House. Full disclosure is unlikely to bode well for the insurgent liberals.

The worst part for the left is that Joe and Hunter Biden will likely be subpoenaed over the true corruption that started this charade. The former Obama number two threatened Ukraine to stop investigating Burisma, the energy company his son was consulting for.

Do you think Joe Biden wants to be asked if he knew what was going on when he flew his son to China on Air Force Two, and his son secured a billion-dollar deal with the Chinese? Did that billion-dollar deal somehow never come up on the flight there or the flight home? Dad never wanted to know why his son was tagging along on a 17 hour flight?

Adam Schiff could also be called to answer questions about his relationship with the whistleblower. Why did Schiff hire one of the whistleblower’s co-workers back in February, and another immediately after Trump’s July 25 phone call with the Ukraine president? How long was this scheme in the works?

Did Adam Schiff – as Chairman of the powerful House Intelligence Committee – ask the ICIG to change the rules for whistleblowers, so that a hearsay complaint could be used to spark an impeachment proceeding against a sitting president? Remember: The whistleblower complaint itself would never have been filed in the first place if the existing July 25 rules were in place.

Also he’d be forced to answer questions about his involvement in helping the whistleblower craft his complaint. That complaint reads like a document written by lawyers. There’s no way the CIA agent whose name we can not say or else Google and Facebook will block us wrote that complaint by himself.

Senate Republicans have no intention of voting to impeach President Trump. But the Bidens are expected to be outed as a national disgrace.

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