Congressman Gaetz has been on the forefront of the fight against the impeachment of President Donald J. Trump, calling out the Democrats’ farce and defending the President against the radical Left’s agenda.
Robert Mueller was supposed to be a towering, commanding figure — the man whose hard-nosed investigative diligence would produce a tidal wave of momentum for impeachment. Democrats expected startling revelations from Mueller that would send Members of Congress clamoring to the House floor, crawling over each other to impeach President Trump.
Instead, they found themselves squirming with disbelief, as an intellectually disheveled Mueller stumbled through answers, often appearing clueless about the claims made in his own report.
For the American people, the ticket was non-refundable. Democrats wasted 22 months, spent $32 million of taxpayer money, and inflamed an already politically-divided nation.
The American people still deserve answers. Our intelligence community was weaponized by political hacks, posing as top officials in our justice apparatus, who hated Trump. The FISA court was functionally hijacked by the DNC, which converted “salacious and unverified” political opposition research into a warrant to spy on American citizens. The now-infamous “Steele Dossier” was used repeatedly by the FBI in order to spy on the Trump Campaign, despite its lack of verification, and the proven bias of its author.
When Democrats took control of the House, they promised new leadership. They claimed they would work to accomplish the work and will of the American people. That’s proven untrue, and instead, they continue beating the dead horse of impeachment. It’s like a bad sequel to “Weekend at Bernie’s.”
House Democrats are perverting the Founding Fathers’ legitimate safeguards against the executive branch for political gain.
Democrats will pay for their charade at the ballot boxes in 2020. Unfortunately, the American people are paying for it now. Time squandered on faux impeachment proceedings, pointless hearings with John Dean, and other time-wasting exercises do nothing to create jobs, reform immigration laws, fix our healthcare system, or put more money in American families’ pockets.