Top Democrat Jerry Nadler was overheard plotting Kavanaugh’s impeachment already, saying, “You can’t do it quietly.” So, already they are plotting the impeachment of Judge Brett Kavanaugh. By a simple majority vote in the House, they can impeach Kavanaugh, but there is no way that 67 Senators will vote for his removal. This would be good and bad. The bad part is that it will put pressure on Judge Kavanaugh and his family, but the good thing is the animosity that voters would feel towards Democrats. You have already seen what that has done to the Democrats in the Senate.

From The Daily Caller

New York Democratic Rep. Jerrold Nadler took a series of phone calls while riding the Acela train from New York to Washington, D.C, not knowing that The Federalist’s Mollie Hemingway was also on the train and within earshot.

Nadler is set to take over as judiciary chairman as a result of Democrats flipping the House in Tuesday’s midterm elections.

Nadler claimed in one call that “there’s a real indication that Kavanaugh committed perjury,” claiming the justice misled about when he first heard about the second of several unproven allegations against him.

Nadler claimed Kavanaugh was “asked at a committee hearing under oath when he first heard of the subject, he said, ‘When I’d heard of The Atlantic article.’ But there is an email chain apparently dating from well before that from him about ‘How can we deal with this?’”

We knew this was going to happen if the House was turned over to the Democrats.

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