GOP Senate Vows to End House Legislation to Impeach Trump

Senate Republicans are now taking a stand against House Democrats’ unfounded moves to impeach the president of the United States.
To be precise, Lindsey Graham, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, recently informed that he and his colleagues will “dispose of” any impeachment legislation which House Democrats present; this was promptly documented by Fox News.

Taking a Stand

Like many Americans, the GOP Senate has grown tired of the antics coming from House Republicans. The truth of the matter is that not a single call to impeach President Trump is founded on any merit or reality. It’s all about “resisting” and refusing to accept that the president beat Clinton fair and square in 2016. Sometimes, you simply have to admit that you lost.
As Democrats continue to flagrantly push for the president’s impeachment, Republicans are issuing their own claims. According to Graham, the legislation wouldn’t last for very long in Congress.
In his own words:

“I think it would be disposed of very quickly. If it’s based on the Mueller report, or anything like that, it would be quickly disposed of.”

John Cornyn, another Republican currently serving in the Senate, also echoed similar sentiments:

“It would be defeated. That’s why all they want to do is talk about it. They know what the outcome would be.”

United We Stand

While the radical left’s calls for impeachment have grown tiresome and redundant, it’s good to see Republicans taking a stand and refusing to entertainment this foolery. As Graham stated, Democrats have continuously changed the reasons which they have listed as grounds to impeach the president.
First, it was all about the Russia investigation. Then, when that didn’t work, Democrats changed their tune and alleged that Trump obstructed justice during the probe. Now, they’re focusing on his businesses and finances, claiming these as grounds for impeachment. It’s beyond absurd at this point, and it truly shows how lost and fractured Democrats are as a party.
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