In a Sunday interview with ABC, Speaker Nancy Pelosi considered serving articles of impeachment to either President Donald Trump or Attorney General Bill Barr. Pelosi and her colleagues could move on this as a delay tactic to slow the President from filling the vacant seat in the Supreme Court of the United States.

We have our options, we have arrows in our quiver that I’m not about to discuss right now.

Pelosi and other House Democrats attempted to impeach Attorney Bill Barr earlier this year, as previously reported by 100%FedUp.

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) announced on Twitter that Democrats have just introduced a resolution to impeach U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr.

Jim Jordan pointed out what most of America already knows—Bill Barr has been working tremendously hard to clean up an unimaginable mess that Barack Obama, Joe Biden, and the disgraced, fired FBI Director James Comey left behind for him.

A visibly shaking Democrat Rep. Steve Cohen (NY) stood on the House floor, representing 35 members of the party of deceit, as he shared their list of grievances against Attorney General Bill Barr, including an accusation the he “violating the First Amendment.”

If Rep. Steve Cohen is so confident in his case against Bill Barr, why is he shaking so hard?

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In May 2019, Rep. Cohen mocked AG Bill Barr for refusing to take part in their bogus Trump-Russia collusion impeachment hearings, calling him a “chicken.” A manufactured photo-op of Cohen eating a piece of chicken at the hearing was all the rage on social media with Democrats lauding his spectacular creativity.

Weird, how there don’t seem to be any videos of AG Barr shaking like a leaf, as he defends the rule of law in America.

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