House Democrats are voting to impeach President Donald Trump because he committed the “unforgivable crime of beating the tar out of Hillary Clinton at the ballot box” and they “are absolutely terrified” that he will be re-elected in 2020, said Brittany M. Hughes, editor-in-chief of MRCTV.

Hughes argued that the opposition seems to have a “lot of reasons” to impeach the president that simply have nothing to do with the accusation of the alleged pressure he exerted on the Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, to investigate—in exchange for military aid—the son of his rival Joe Biden.

For example, according to Hughes, the House committee chairman of the inquiry Adam Schiff  (D-Calif.) stated that removing a democratically elected president from office is “simply the right thing to do,” forgetting to focus on the facts of the impeachment inquiry.

Schiff continues to accuse President Trump of alleged interference in the last election, even though the investigation led by special counsel Robert Mueller—and driven by Democrats and the media—found no evidence after two years of investigations, which cost taxpayers tens of millions of dollars.

Goal: 2020 elections

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez also stated that President Trump must be removed from office to “avoid a potentially disastrous outcome in 2020.”

“We are  talking about the potential compromise of the 2020 elections and so this is not just about something that has occurred; this is about preventing a potentially disastrous outcome from occurring next year,” Ocasio-Cortez told CNN.

Hughes also noted, with the utmost respect, that first-year Georgian Congresswoman Lucy MacBath (D-Ga.) went so far as to say that she supported impeachment because her 7-year-old son was murdered.

“Let’s be honest about what’s going on here, because it has absolutely nothing to do with Ukraine,” Hughes said. “What the hell does it have to do with whether Trump committed a crime and deserves impeachment?”

It is worth mentioning that the Judicial Committee of the House met last Wednesday to begin the preparation of the two articles of impeachment with which it is intended to promote the removal of President Trump.

During the session, Committee Chairman Jerrold Lewis Nadler (D-N.Y.) urged Democrats to have the president removed before next year’s elections, Fox News reported.

Meanwhile, numerous polls reveal that voter support for the president in an eventual voting scenario continues to increase.

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