It has not even been one full week since President Donald Trump was acquitted of all charges brought against him by House Democrats, but Democrats are already demanding a new investigation into the commander-in-chief.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is calling for “Impeachment 2.0,” and his “allegations” are even weaker than the original ones brought forward by House Democrats the first time around.
On Monday, Schumer published a lengthy letter he wrote to 74 different inspectors general, which called for “immediate action to investigate” the president for “instances of retaliation” against whistleblowers.
Schumer’s letter was in response to Trump firing Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman from the National Security Council after he testified in the House impeachment charade.
“These attacks are part of a dangerous, growing pattern of retaliation against those who report wrongdoing only to find themselves targeted by the President and subject to his wrath and vindictiveness.”
“Because your work and the work of Congress depends on the willingness of insiders to report wrongdoing, you have a critical role in ensuring that any whistleblowers within your agency do not suffer adverse consequences for coming forward and telling the truth.”
Schumer also cited the exposure of CIA official Eric Ciaramella as the alleged whistleblower, attacking Trump for his “attempts to publicly identify the anonymous whistleblower who used the proper legal channels to initially report the President’s attempts to compromise our national security for his personal benefit.”
Almost immediately after the Republican-controlled Senate voted last Wednesday to acquit Trump on both articles of impeachment, Democrats immediately began plotting their next “Get Trump” strategy.
In another move of pure desperation, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff is now trying to go after Vice President Mike Pence.
Pence has rejected Schiff’s request to declassify more material referenced in testimony given by a Pence aide before the House Intelligence Committee.
Katie Waldman, a spokesperson for Pence’s office, made it clear that the VP will not be giving in to Schiff’s request.
And because Pence rejected the request to release the transcript, Schiff is trying to act as if the White House is stonewalling and not giving him the information he “needs.”
First, their Russia hoax failed. Liberals then failed to get Trump’s tax returns. Recently, their Ukraine “quid pro quo” impeachment witch hunt imploded.
Now, Schiff is going after Pence and Schumer is trying to take down Trump again before the 2020 presidential election.