As Democrats frantically attempt to come up with something that resembles a high crime or misdemeanor, it is becoming increasingly difficult to locate the actual impeachment goalposts. Rep. Chris Stwart (R-Utah) says it is because their evidence is “crumbling” and they know they’re in trouble with this.

He was on ABC’s ‘This Week’ with George Stephanopoulos.

Here is the clip that Stewart alludes to in which he questions former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch about whether she had direct evidence of any potentially impeachable offense.

As shown at the end of that clip, Stewart also predicted that support for impeachment would be less by the end of the hearings than it was before they began. And it looks like that might end up being accurate.

And now we’ve got a House Democrat going on television suggesting that his party doesn’t understand the importance of impeachment and is disenfranchising millions of voters.

You have to wonder how much longer many Democrats in the House, all of whom face either reelection or retirement/resignation next year, are going to put up with this.



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