The House decision to initiate impeachment of Trump will present a riddle for voters.
The Chicago Tribune article, If Dems want the truth, then demand this probe, reported a columnist’s opinion on their decision to initiate formal impeachment inquiry of President Trump.
The Purpose of This Post
Is to question the “hammer” outcome of the riddle that the impeachment inquiry will present for voters when they enter the 2020 voter’s booth to solve the riddle.
Don’t be hasty in your spirit to be angry, for anger rests in the bosom of fools.
Do not make friends with a hot-tempered person, do not associate with one easily angered, or you may learn their ways and get yourself ensnared. (Proverb 24-25)
What’s My Point?
This inquiry will surely have to include the reason why Trump wanted to know why Biden’s son was awarded a $50,000 a month contract for energy when he had no experience in energy.
This begs an answer to this voter riddle?
Which inquiry questions will persuade 2020 voters who they want to be ensnarled with for the next four years?
My point is based on a comment made by Citizen Tom
“Trump’s victory and his efforts to undo Obama’s policies caused Liberal Democrats to become enraged. Angry people can be stupid and dangerous. That is what I think we are seeing.”
In My Opinion
I really doubt the Senate majority of GOP will vote to impeach President Trump.
If Citizen Tom comment is true, then this following riddle clue question.
Which impeachment questions will persuade voters which party is the better choice, wisdom or folly of anger, to be ensnarled with for the next four years?
Frankly, I believe the decision is based on a combination of both anger and desperation.
In the Source Links below.
Was the Dems decision based on anger or desperation?
Was the decision to begin impeachment inquiry wise or foolish?
How will voters use their hammer in the end?
Regards and goodwill blogging.
Bible Topics on Anger