So why aren’t they talking about it? It’s simple, Democrats want to play politics. They are more interested in winning elections than they are in doing the right thing. So we shouldn’t depend on Democrats. We must demand it:
There has never been a president as corrupt and dangerous to our democracy as Donald Trump. Democrats—with more than 77 percent of the party’s voters supporting impeachment—can use this to their advantage by listening to the Democratic base leading up to the midterms.
In an election year that is going to come down to energizing the base of the party, talking about impeachment is not just politically smart for Democrats, it’s the morally right thing to do. That doesn’t mean Democrats should avoid talking about policy issues that matter deeply to the electorate. It means standing up for what’s right and recognizing the reality of the moment. The disdain among Americans for this president’s corruption and criminal behavior is only matched in the country’s history by the public dislike for President Richard Nixon before he resigned from office.
But Giuliani is far from the only member of the Trump administration who has tried to distort reality in such a blatant way, as CNN’s Wolf Blitzer highlighted on Monday’s broadcast of “The Situation Room.”