Why are Democrats pushing impeachment now?

The stock market is up, gas prices are down, and more people are working.

The country under President Trump, despite what you've seen on CNN, is doing quite well.

And Democrats in Washington D.C. cannot have that.

That can be the only explanation as to why House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday announced a formal impeachment inquiry.

Pelosi says she is not pushing for impeachment simply because of the questionable call to the president of Ukraine.

"The actions of the Trump presidency revealed dishonorable facts of the president's betrayal of his oath of office, betrayal of national security and betrayal of the integrity of our elections," Pelosi said.

That's essentially the same line we've heard in all of the other calls for impeachment.

The reality is much more simple. Pelosi needs to deliver something for radical Democrats who've been promising impeachment since election day in 2018.

Keep in mind that even if Democrats in the House have the votes, and that's a big if. There is 100% of zero chance that there are enough votes in the U.S. to remove the president from office.

So, we are once again talking about impeachment for the sake of talking about impeachment.

Listen to "What impeachment is all about" on Spreaker.

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