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Here Are The GOP Lawmakers Joining Trump Impeachment Push To Save Their Own Hides

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When tensions rise cowards always show their true colors. Instead of fighting for truth, justice, and transparency several GOP RINOs are joining the Trump-impeachment bandwagon to keep themselves out of Democrats’ crosshairs.

This will be the second time Democrats will push to impeach President Donald Trump.

As the House pushes to remove the President, some major GOP voices in Congress are following in lockstep, revealing themselves to be cowards worried about their carriers more than defending a Constitutionally led America.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has been reportedly “pleased” with the option of impeachment being on the table, along with the No. 3 House GOP leader who said she would vote to impeach Trump.

“There has never been a greater betrayal by a President of the United States of his office and his oath to the Constitution,” Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., said in a statement that, while not unexpected, shook Congress as lawmakers prepared for a Wednesday House vote. With Democrats commanding that chamber, a vote impeaching Trump for an unprecedented second time seemed certain.

The New York Times reported that influential Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell thinks Trump committed an impeachable offense and is glad Democrats are moving against him.

Citing unidentified people familiar with the influential Kentucky Republican’s thinking, the Times reported McConnell believes moving against Trump will help the GOP forge a future independent of the divisive, chaotic president.

McConnell thinks Trump’s behavior before last week’s assault on the Capitol by fuming Trump supporters cost Republicans their Senate majority in two Georgia runoff elections, the newspaper reported.

McConnell is said to be angry at the president over the insurrection at the Capitol and the twin defeats in Georgia that cost the party its Senate majority, according to a Republican granted anonymity to discuss the situation.


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