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Nancy Pelosi sure seems nervous and after the day the House Democrats had she has every reason to be. Adam Schiff’s first witness wa...

Nancy Pelosi Gets Wobbly, Says House May Not Vote To Impeach Trump After All

Nancy Pelosi sure seems nervous and after the day the House Democrats had she has every reason to be.
Adam Schiff’s first witness was a dud with multiple GOP reps saying Volker did not advance the impeachment narrative at all.
The House Dems also thought they had another slam dunk case by a different IG but that turned out to be a dud as well.
Today also saw CNN’s Jake Tapper, not exactly a friend of Trump’s, break the news that the CIA whistleblower is a registered democrat.
But a far bigger worry is Joe Biden who seems lost and confused on the campaign stump and is not ready for prime time leaving the left little hope of unseating Trump in 2020.
Do you really think Liz Warren will win? If so, you have not been paying attention. Pelosi also tried and failed to explain away Schiff’s fabrication of Trump quotes – look the left is horribly bad at politics because they should be winning the media wars with all that has come out.
But they are not, they are on the defensive and now Pelosi is saying she may never hold a vote to impeach if the evidence is not there. It sounds like backtracking to me.
House Democrats launched a formal impeachment inquiry in September following a whistleblower allegation against President Trump. ABC anchor George Stephanopoulos asked Pelosi if Congress had reached a “point of no return,” and if an impeachment vote is “inevitable.”
“I don’t think so,” Pelosi responded. “No, we just go forward and follow the facts. There are some people who say ‘why are you calling for an inquiry? You should just call to impeach.’ I don’t think that would be fair and it isn’t worthy of the Constitution.”
Pelosi also defended her colleague Rep. Adam Schiff (D., Calif.) for reading out a parody transcript of President Donald Trump’s July phone conversation with Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky during a hearing. Stephanopoulos asked Pelosi if it was right for Schiff to do a dramatic rendition of the phone call.
 “I want the American people to know what that phone call was about. I want them to hear it. So yeah, it’s fair, it’s sad but it’s using the president’s own words,” Pelosi said.
“Those weren’t the president’s words. It was an interpretation of the president’s words. They’re saying he made this up,” Stephanopoulos interjected.
“He did not make it up,” Pelosi responded before changing topics.