Thursday, January 16, 2020

I really do wish that Gowdy would have gone onto Trumps defense team

GOWDY: Dems Using Impeachment to Obstruct Trump's Second Term   2020-01-10 Source: TTN  by: TTN Staff 

Trey Gowdy has revealed what he thinks the Democrat's true goal is with impeachment.
According to Gowdy, the Democrats want to use impeachment to flip the Senate in hopes of completely obstructing Trump's second 

According to The Daily Wire:

Former Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) told Fox News’s Sean Hannity on Thursday that Democrats are not trying to remove President Donald Trump with impeachment, but instead are focused on kneecapping his second term by flipping the Senate so he can’t get anything done.

“Let’s skip over the process,” Gowdy said. “The process, the three month long inquiry investigation was laughable. But they voted. That’s the House’s prerogative. They voted, not a single Republican went along with them. In fact, they didn’t even keep all the Democrats. But the House exercised its prerogative and they impeached the president.”

“There is no mathematical way he is ever going to be convicted and they know that,” Gowdy continued. “So their goal cannot be to remove Donald Trump from office, it is to neuter his second term. I think he is going to win in November. It’s to neuter that second term by targeting the Cory Gardners and the Martha McSallys and the Thom Tillises and the Susan Collins and Joni Ernst because if Trump wins and doesn’t have the Senate then he is not going to get any judicial vacancies filled and he’s not going to replace a Supreme Court Justice if he or she retires.”

“He is he not going to get the foreign policy he wants,” Gowdy continued. “He is not going to get the cabinet he wants. I never thought this was about removing Donald Trump because they’re not going to do it. It’s about putting Cory Gardner in a really tough series of votes so he has to defend him in November of this fall.”

Gowdy was previously rumored to be joining President Trump's impeachment defense team but it appears he is taking more of an advisory approach while helping to get the message to the media.

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