Here’s the Background Story:
As the head of the impeachment proceeding “ordeal,” Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Speaker of the House, has stock in the case’s outcome. Pelosi has a history of taking a very calculated approach in determining which political agendas are worth pursuing and which aren’t. Given the highly controversial nature of the impeachment proceedings against President Trump, should Pelosi be fired if Trump isn’t impeached?
Here Are the Contributing Factors:
Pelosi’s “iron fist” approach to Congressional politics can’t be underestimated and is often intimidating to her opponents. Pelosi typically likes to take on political endeavors that she knows will succeed. If success isn’t certain, then she’ll permit select agendas if the political payoff is high enough.
However, this impeachment case is, perhaps, the biggest motion Pelosi has undertaken during her political career.
Filled to the brim with controversy and conflicting evidence, the impeachment inquiry against Trump is, to say the least, a mixed bag. On one hand, we have Republicans questioning the character of each “witness” and the validity of their claims. On the other is a House full of never-Trumpers fighting tooth and nail to justify their case.
How much of the proceedings are fact or fiction isn’t always clear. Conflicting interpretations of events and processes makes it difficult for any side to give a clear-cut answer to the impeachment question. Trump certainly had phone calls with the Ukrainian president, but whether the content of these talks is impeachable or not is what’s up for debate.
Putting aside the nitty-gritty details of the impeachment inquiry, the fact remains that Congress exists to uphold the law of the land while representing its constituents. If this impeachment case was cut and dried, we wouldn’t wonder about the House’s actions so much, or Pelosi’s either. However, given all of the complications and political games being played, it’s worth questioning the validity of the entire movement.
If this entire song and dance fails and Trump isn’t impeached, then it’s fair to question the motives and future of the individuals orchestrating this entire case. Given the gravity of impeachment as a concept, it’s not unreasonable to expect those organizing the ordeal to be held accountable in some way.
Poll: Should Pelosi Be Fired If the Trump Impeachment Fails?
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