The Republican Party has officially become the Party of Donald Trump.
That’s why Democrats are working harder than ever to take down any politician with an R by their name.
And a new investigation could simply take down the entire Party.
Since President Trump has been in office, there is one thing constantly giving hope to the Democrats.
That is Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into possible Russia collusion during the 2016 election.
It has been used as a weapon to take down figures around President Trump.
Multiple figures from his campaign and administration, including Paul Manafort, Michael Cohen, and George Papadopoulos have been forced out of his orbit due to the investigation.
None of those figures have anything to do with collusion, but because Mueller is so out of control he has gone out of the scope of his investigation to instead search for anything negative on Trump he can find.
Democrats are ecstatic about this and are actively trying to use Mueller’s investigation any way they can to support their political agenda.
Now a Democrat is going after a number of high-profile Republicans in a call for an unheard of investigation relating to Mueller’s investigation.
Democratic Rhode Island Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, from his position on the Senate Intelligence Committee, is targeting a number of House Republicans, claiming they actively colluded with the White House to derail Mueller.
On a podcast, Whitehouse claims there was a conspiracy to “impede and throw sticks into the spokes of the Mueller investigation.”
While Whitehouse doesn’t mention specific people, it is likely he is referring to Trump allies like Reps. Devin Nunes, Jim Jordan, and Mark Meadows.
They are the leading figures in fighting against the deep state, and in challenging Mueller.
Those figures are especially important, considering that many Republicans are eager to see what Mueller can do.
While the Republican Party is the Party of Trump, many prominent Republicans still oppose Trump and are welcoming anything that can take him down.
These are long-time figures in the D.C. “swamp” that can’t take charge in any fight against Trump, instead relying on Mueller to do their dirty work.
Without fighters like Nunes taking charge in questioning Mueller, Trump will find himself in big trouble.
The concern isn’t that Mueller will find evidence of collusion, considering there is no indication that ever occurred.
It is instead in whatever dirty trick he may try to play to take down Trump.
And if Trump is taken down, it will have a devastating effect on the Republican Party.
Trump has historic approval among Republicans, at a level virtually never seen in history for a first-term President.
Prior to Trump, the Party was in disarray, with little unity.
If he is out of the picture, everything he has built with likely dissolve.
Establishment Republicans will seize on the opportunity to shape the Party in their vision, which is what caused the initial divide in the Party.
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