Early on Trump’s presidency, Democrat lawmakers laid out their agenda, and unfortunately for the American people, they only had one thing on their minds, changing the results of the 2016 presidential election.

In 2018, shortly after Democrats regained a majority in the House, the newly ordained Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) sat down with Chris Cuomo (watch here) where she told the CNN host that the goal of Democrat lawmakers is to have an “open” and “bipartisan” House of Representatives.

Nothing could have been further from the truth.

For two-and-a-half years, Democrats dragged Americans through a dead-end, fake Trump-Russia collusion fairytale, that cost taxpayers over $25 million. The unrelenting group of elected Democrat jackals, whose constituents elected them to represent their districts, have all but given up on helping the people who elected them, and instead, are singularly focused on their obsession with removing the man who should have never won the presidential election in 2016.

On Monday, Rep. Matt Gaetz, a Republican member of the House Judiciary Committee, stunned Americans when he revealed that Democrat lawmakers, working in secrecy, ejected from a closed-door impeachment hearing.

Finally, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who has remained silent on the issue of impeaching Trump is speaking out, and reminding Americans that Democrats actually began their impeachment of Trump on the day of his inauguration.

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McConnell blasted Democrat members of the House of Representatives “Even by their own partisan standards, House Democrats have already found new ways to lower the bar,” adding, “This is about the most consequential process the House of Representatives could engage in—overruling American voters and nullifying an election.”

Senator McConnell called out Democrats for “throwing fairness and precedent to the wind,” by denying their Republican counterparts, “equal rights.” He called out the House Chairman of the Judiciary Committee Adam Schiff for making up his version of the phone call between President Trump and Ukraine President Zelensky during a recent hearing with DNI Joseph Mcguire.

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