Before any of you start, I am well aware that Dan Crenshaw tweeted a bad thing about red flag laws. Everyone here opposes red flag laws. Crenshaw clarified. This isn’t a post on guns. This is about the Democrat fetish with impeaching Trump. Because Crenshaw did here what Crenshaw do. Laid out a basic argument I don’t hear many others on the right making. He sums up whether or not Trump should be impeached by answering two simple questions:
Why is it wrong for President Trump to ask questions about the conflict of interest with Biden and Burisma?
And where is the evidence of this quid pro quo?
People get caught up with how mean everyone is being to Trump. Or how unfair everyone is to Trump. Or throwing around words like “coup” and “treason.” When all you need is to point to how the evidence HOUSE DEMOCRATS PRESENTED THEMSELVES simply doesn’t show a reason to remove a president from office. It’s flimsy at best.
It’s why Nancy Pelosi withheld sending the articles of impeachment to the Senate. Thinking she was going to bully Cocaine Mitch into calling witnesses that she herself didn’t. All the House presented was people who think something bad happened. An argument so flimsy, it’s not even a reason to vote against Donald Trump in November.
Thinking impeachment is bullshit is one thing. If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you are a partisan person whose mind is made up. Which is totally okay. No different than someone who regularly reads left-leaning websites. But elections are decided by people in the middle. Whose opinions on impeachment drastically vary day to day and from poll to poll. This isn’t going away as an issue in the presidential race. Even after Trump’s eventual acquittal in the Senate.
Conservatives need to keep arguing against impeachment every day between now and November to more than just people on Twitter. Crenshaw’s points here are a great way to make that argument to them.