Nancy Pelosi has pinned her entire career on the impeachment of Donald Trump.
But she has exercised a clear abuse of power with the way she has conducted the trial.
And Nancy Pelosi’s reign of terror will come to an end after this shocking impeachment ruling.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is about to be in hot water.
After the House voted to approve two articles impeaching President Donald Trump, Pelosi abused her power by holding onto the articles for weeks and refusing to send them to the Senate.
Pelosi and the other Democrats know that they will lose all authority they have when the articles are handed over to the heavily Republican Senate.
A vote will be taken there, and they will acquit the President of all charges against him.
Once the President is acquitted, all eyes will be on Pelosi for the corrupted way she, Senate Minority leader Chuck Schumer, and Chairman Adam Schiff have acted.
The Democrats plotted to create a false narrative for an impeachment trial surrounding presidential hopeful Joe Biden and his son Hunter.
They used false narratives and manipulated witnesses to make it seem as if Trump committed a crime by trying to manipulate and bribe newly elected Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
Both Trump and Zelensky have spoken out against those lies, but the House chose to believe an unidentified whistleblower and several Democratic witnesses and impeach the President.
But now, Nancy Pelosi’s reign of terror is coming to an end.
It was just announced that Pelosi is set to send the articles of impeachment to the Senate for trial.
The Republican-held Senate will clear Trump, and he is set to win the 2020 presidential election and hold the White House for four more years.
And then he will continue to clear out the corruption in Washington, including exposing Nany Pelosi’s treasonous crimes.
“The American people deserve the truth, and the Constitution demands a trial,” she said in a statement. She added, “The president and the senators will be held accountable.”
But it is Pelosi who will be held accountable.
The left is demanding the Senate call more witnesses, but with no set guidelines in place yet, they are sure to try and manipulate the trial yet again.
Senate Majority Leader McConnell, R-Ky., said the Senate trial is expected to begin next Tuesday, Jan. 21; Chief Justice John Roberts could swear in 100 U.S. senators as jurors as early as this week.
The exact ground rules are for Trump’s trial remain unclear. Democrats have demanded that the Senate call additional witnesses, potentially including former national security adviser John Bolton, who has said he is willing to testify if subpoenaed. But McConnell has resisted, saying Tuesday the “more contentious issue” of calling witnesses will be addressed later.
Trump set out to drain the Swamp in DC and will continue to do so.
He will continue to fight against the corruption of the left, and of Pelosi, Schumer, Schiff, and more, until Washington is cleared of corruption and back to the constitutional morals it was based upon.