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Impeachment Update - Breaking

The House of Representatives has recently voted to continue their clandestine meetings to garner more information on the alleged laws the President of the United States may have possibly broken. They have decided to dismiss the allegations of the whistle-blower due in part to the ranking house member Adam Schiff having lied to the committee regarding his collaborations with the whistleblower who has been identified by Real Clear Investigations journalist Paul Sperry as Eric Ciaramella. Ciaramella, an Obama leftover who was removed from the White House for allegedly leaking information, and was an NSA operative appointed by John Brennan.

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has stated publicly that “We have not made any decisions on if the president will be impeached.” However, the House of Representatives has already made up their minds along party lines. Leaving in the balance the fate of the Democrat House members who despite winning in a Trump majority district are in favor of impeachment Hearings.

The following list is the names and districts of the 31 House of Representatives who won in Trump's strongholds. This list was obtained on Sean Hannity's show on Fox News.

Rep. Tom O'Halleran AZ 01

Lucy McBath GA 06

Lauren Underwood IL 14

Sheri Bustos IL 17

Abby Finkenauer IA 1

Dave Loebsack IA 2

Cindy Axne IA 3

Jared Golden ME 02

Elissa Slotkin MI 08

Haley Stevens MI 11

Angie Craig MN 02

Collin Peterson MN 7

Susie Lee NV 03

Chris Pappas NH 01

Jeff Van Drew NJ 02

Andy Kim NJ 03

Josh Gottheimer NJ 05

Mike Sherrill NJ 11

Xochitl Torres Small NM 02

Max Rose NY 11

Sean Patrick Maloney NY 18

Antonio Delgado NY 19

Anthony Brindisi NY 22

Kendra Horn OK 5

Matt Cartwright PA 08

Conor Lamb PA 17

Joe Cunningham SC 01

Ben McAdams UT 04

Elaine Luria VA 02

Abigail Spanberger VA 07

Ron Kind WI 03

These House representatives are not fully representative of the entire House. However, all but two Democrat's of the House voted to continue with the investigations. Even if the above Democrats abstained from voting, the House would still have a majority enabling them to begin with impeachment proceedings.

No Republicans supported this.

Where do you stand on the impeachment proceedings?

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