Nancy Pelosi may have accidentally ended Joe Biden’s presidency.
She made one careless mistake that’s leading directly towards Biden’s impeachment.
Now D.C. is in chaos as the consequences of Pelosi’s mistake has spread like wildfire.
Nancy Pelosi clearly never learned the old saying that “what goes around comes around.” Her actions as Speaker have led to devastating consequences for the Democrat Party.
As Speaker, she broke precedent and initiated an unusual impeachment strategy against Donald Trump.
That opened the door for Speaker Kevin McCarthy and the Republican Party to use this same strategy against Joe Biden and hold him accountable for his corrupt activities regarding his son Hunter.
And with Republicans controlling the House, there’s very little Democrats can do to stop it.
Biden is in real jeopardy of being impeached now that the revelations have come out that he covertly engaged in business dealings with son Hunter by using a pseudonym.
This all occurred while he was Vice President for the Obama administration and may have influenced his policy decisions, which would be a criminal act and grounds for removal from office.
And Pelosi’s mistake may have given Republicans the pathway to do just that.
According to the Daily Wire, “House Republicans may lean on a tactic used by former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) to push forward an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden without majority support in the chamber, according to a new report.”
“House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) has spoken with other members of the Republican caucus in recent weeks to formulate a strategy on an impeachment inquiry into Biden. The House Speaker does not yet have the votes in the House to bring an inquiry up for a vote in the chamber, however, according to CNN.”
“McCarthy is on a fairly tight timeline since he hopes to start the impeachment inquiry by the end of September. In order to save his moderate members a vote on the impeachment inquiry, McCarthy and other top Republicans are considering a precedent started by Pelosi: beginning the inquiry first, then bringing it up for a vote later, sources told CNN.”
At the time, Pelosi thought it was a good idea. The article continues, “The announcement saved some in the Democratic caucus from taking a vote that may have drawn backlash from their constituents. Pelosi’s move at the time generated furious reactions from Republicans who said the inquiry should be approved by a majority of the House.”
But now this extreme action is backfiring on Pelosi and the Democrats.
Nancy Pelosi thought she could get away with anything as Speaker, but she’s finding out now that what goes around comes around, and it may be the biggest mistake of her career.