We’re closely monitoring the situation.
“A majority of the House now backs impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump, a significant milestone as Democrats move rapidly on an impeachment inquiry.
As of Wednesday night, 218 lawmakers have indicated support for impeachment proceedings — 217 Democrats and independent Rep. Justin Amash. …”
“But while an impeachment’s impact on November 2020 is unknowable, its effect on us as a nation is almost certain. A dangerously polarized and often viciously partisan country would grow more so, with people on opposing sides hunkering down deeper in their camps and clinging harder to their chosen narratives as the president — concerned only with himself — ratcheted up his insistence that truth itself was subjective and up for grabs. …”
This seems the most likely result.
A few months ago, I was supporting Andrew Yang, but after he came out for decriminalizing the border, free health care for illegal aliens, endorsed calling Blompf a white supremacist and publicly supported his impeachment even I couldn’t continue supporting him. I had entertained the idea that the polarization could be halted and reversed, but it is clear now that it is only going to intensify due to the Democrats. What is the country going to be like when Trump is actually gone and all of his supporters who thought they were MAGAing wake up after their four year nap?