In the impeachment banality, or what the WSJ refers to as the “constitutional bazooka,” Democrats are no longer calling it a “quid pro quo.”
Which means, the WSJ contends, “quid pro quo” must not have played well in polling.
Instead (Democrats) are using “extortion” and “bribery” to suggest a crime without citing any specific statute.
The Justice Department has already dismissed the bribery claim because there was no “thing of value” exchanged.
And the extortion charge is absurd regarding U.S. aid to a foreign government.
Rather than searching for truth, “Democrats are turning impeachment into another partisan banality, and the country won’t be better for it.”
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