[VIDEO] Gowdy Schools Pelosi ‘Constitution Gives The House No Role in Deciding How Senate Trial Takes Place’

[VIDEO] Gowdy Schools Pelosi ‘Constitution Gives The House No Role in Deciding How Senate Trial Takes Place’
Speaker Pelosi has been hitting the bottle a bit too much and Trey Gowdy just set her straight.

Speaker Pelosi has been hitting the bottle a bit too much.

She’s gone off the deep end and is taking some wildly bad advice from the fringe kooks in her party.

Trey Gowdy appeared on Fox News where he asked the most obvious question – if President Trump is such a “clear and present danger” why isn’t Pelosi sending the articles over to the Senate so they can be properly voted on?

RELATED: Pelosi: He Just Got Impeached. He’ll Be Impeached Forever. No Matter What The Senate Does

Look, we all know this is a total political hit job. It’s like the Kavanagh smear job on steroids. This is straight out of the Dem playbook. We’ve all seen this show before.

Gowdy schooled Pelosi by explaining that the Constitution gives absolutely no power or role to the House over how the Senate trial operates.

You can watch the video below:

https://twitter.com/Wyn1745/status/1209222836696436737

Pelosi is abusing her power and holding the articles of impeachment for ransom.

And in the meantime, it looks like the Dems are now looking to charge President Trump with more (non) crimes.

We have an election in 10 months.

The fact that Dems are doing this now just shows how little they respect the voice of the American people and how badly they know they’ll get beaten at the ballot box.




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