Democrats’ ability to remove Donald Trump from office depends on 20 Republicans collaborating on the coup against the President.
Someone finally did a headcount on where Senate Republicans stood on impeachment.
And Donald Trump got smacked with some really bad news when he saw how many Republicans supported removing him from office.
It’s nearly a 100 percent guarantee that the Democrats will pass articles of impeachment through the House of Representatives.
That takes a simple majority vote, and the fake and corrupt news media, as well as the unhinged liberal base, would never forgive Nancy Pelosi for failing to follow through on impeachment.
The wild card is in the Senate.
Would 20 Senate Republicans link arms with Chuck Schumer and his fellow Democrats to stage a coup and overthrow the duly elected President?
The Daily Caller sought to find out by contacting the offices of every one of the 53 Republican Senators and asking if they would rule out voting to remove Donald Trump from office.
Only seven Republican Senators responded that they would vote to acquit President Trump on any articles of impeachment Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats passed through the House.
Senators Roger Wicker of Mississippi and James Inhofe of Oklahoma offered short statements to the Daily Caller ruling out impeachment.
The other five Republicans elaborated on why they opposed removing the President from office.
Mississippi Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith’s office told the Daily Caller that “Senator Hyde-Smith does not support impeachment.” Her office also reported “No change” when the Daily Caller asked if Ukraine Ambassador Bill Taylor’s testimony changed her mind.
The Daily Caller also reported that Senator Tillis’s office declared that “Senator Tillis has reviewed the transcript and the complaint and strongly believes there is zero-basis to even entertain the impeachment of the President.”
Senator Tillis’s office also told the Daily Caller that Taylor’s testimony did not sway the North Carolina Republican’s mind.
“Democrats have been trying to impeach President Trump from the moment he was elected, and they continue to play partisan political games to try to overturn the results of the 2016 election and influence the 2020 election,” a statement released by Tillis’s office read. “Democrats are taking a page out of the Kavanaugh playbook by flooding the zone with baseless allegations and denying any sort of due process.”
South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds told the Daily Caller he ruled out impeachment after reading the transcript of the phone call between President Trump and President Zelensky.
“After reading the transcript of the phone call between the president and President Zelensky, I do not believe the president committed an impeachable offense,” Rounds declared.
A spokeswoman for Senator Rob Portman stated that “As he has said many times, Rob does not support the House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry.”
Finally, Kansas Senator Jerry Moran stated he opposed removing the President from office because Nancy Pelosi rushed into the impeachment process as part of a three-year long scheme to undo the results of the 2016 election.
“Speaker Pelosi’s actions are a rush to judgment and were made before most of the facts were known. Absent concrete evidence of high crimes and misdemeanors, Congress should not use impeachment proceedings to overturn the results of an election. Since President Trump’s election, Democrats have been trying to delegitimize his presidency, and if unfounded, impeachment of President Trump would only further fracture our already divided country,” Moran explained to the Daily Caller.
Right now Never Trump traitor Democrat Party asset Mitt Romney is the only Republican guaranteed to vote for removing the President from office.
A Quinnipiac poll found just six percent of Republican voters supported removing the President from office.
As long as that support holds, Republican Senators would be hard-pressed to throw President Trump overboard.
Voting against the President is also political suicide for the GOP.
In 1974 when Republican Senators forced President Nixon from office, the party went on to lose 49 House and 4 Senate seats in that November’s midterm elections.
To add insult to injury, Jimmy Carter won the White House in 1976.
There is no reward coming to Republicans that betray President Trump.
That’s why even though only seven Senators went on the record to oppose impeachment the actual number is far higher.
Great American Daily will keep you up to date on any new developments in the Democrats’ ongoing attempts to stage a coup to remove Donald Trump.