It’s no secret that House Democrats have turned the impeachment inquiry into a circus. They claim Donald Trump broke the law, but reject any basic rights for his due process.

Republicans nor the president are able to even question the whistleblower who started all this. Because of that, Sen. Lindsey Graham has a very stark prediction about what will happen, if impeachment reaches the Senate.

Despite what the media claims, if the House votes to impeachment the president, that’s not the end of the story. In fact, it’s just the beginning. The House has the power to bring articles of impeachment against the president. But it does not have the power to remove him from office.

That’s a pretty important point, one that the media is trying to ignore. Because if the House votes to impeach Donald Trump, the case moves to the Republican-controlled Senate.

But what will Republican Senators do?

Many so-called experts have argued over what Republicans in the Senate would do if Trump was impeached. Some say they will not vote to remove him from office. Others say there are a few Republicans will to vote against the man making America great again.

Sen. Lindsey Graham has a pretty serious take on the matter. Because of how the Democrats have been playing this game, he openly declared impeachment would be “dead on arrival.”

Republican South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday that any impeachment trial that does not include access to the whistleblower would be “dead on arrival in the Senate.”

“They could care less about getting to the truth, what really did happen…” Graham responded…

“It’s impossible to bring this case forward in my view fairly without us knowing who the whistleblower is and having a chance to cross examine them about any advice they may have, if they don’t call the whistleblower in the house, this thing is dead on arrival on the Senate.” [Source: Daily Wire]

Rumors are circulating over the identity of the whistleblower. But up until now, the Democrats refuse to reveal his name, nor is the whistleblower willing to testify and face the man he is accusing. That violates the president’s basic rights of due process.

Democrats are trying to frame the president—making him guilty until proven innocent. Boy, they love doing that (see: Brett Kavanaugh). They still think they can make up the rules as they go along, believing the liberal media will spread rumors and lies as fact.

It seems, though that the Senate isn’t buying it. Nor are the American people. We can see this impeachment push for the charade that it really is. Democrats aren’t interested in finding the truth. They are simply trying to undo the results of the 2016 Election.

They think that they can stir up as much dirt against Trump as possible, to hurt his re-election chances.

But there is one thing they aren’t counting on. Impeachment might be DOA if it reaches the Senate. That would be the best case scenario for the Democrats.

If not, the Senate will conduct an open hearing. That means President Trump will finally get the chance to defend himself.

Just imagine what will come to light then? Maybe the details relating to what Joe Biden was really up to? Trump and his defense team will easily expose how Biden pressured Ukraine to fire a man investigating his son. That is a much bigger scandal than anything Trump has been accused of.

And what other skeletons will come out of the left’s closet? Donald Trump will have free reign to say whatever he wants in his defense. Plus, many Democrats will be forced to testify in open court—including Pencil Next Schiff.

If Democrats were smart, they would drop this impeachment push immediately. But they’re not. They are going to try to vote on impeaching Trump soon. If it does go to the Senate, the Democrats will be obliterated.

Something will be dead on arrival, and it will be the Democratic Party.

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