To Impeach or Not to Impeach, that is the question.

While it remains a question of whether President Trump will be impeached, Twitter was quick to assemble the party-planning committee for the TBD #ImpeachmentParty. Currently, the case is under inquiry by the House Judiciary Committee and has yet to be presented to the House for a vote.

The case in question is the most recent allegation brought forth by a whistleblower report that claimed Trump coerced Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky into investigating Joe and Hunter Biden by withholding aid funding. Trump confirmed he withheld funds, totally US$400 million, and claimed the reason was that European countries don’t do as much as the U.S does for Ukraine.

However, the problem lies within the request itself. After all, Joe Biden is currently campaigning for the Democratic presidential nomination, to run for the 2020 elections. Compelling a foreign official to investigate a potential election rival is considered to be a ‘betrayal of national secrutiy.’

Either Trump never learned after what happened with the Russians, or he’s just too worried to care. After all, the polls show that Biden may actually beat Trump if they were to face on the national stage. Unfortunately for Trump, the recent allegations may have altered his own plans for 2020.

Once the inquiry is complete, the House will vote to impeach Trump on charges of high crimes and misdemeanors. Currently, the numbers are not in Trump’s favor. Of the 435 seats in the House of Representatives, a majority vote of 218 is required to impeach. CNN counts 217 House Democrats and one independent Representative who supports impeachment, depending on the results of the inquiry. If math is not your strong suit, it means they currently have the majority.

While the votes are still dependent on the inquiry itself, it does not mean Trump will be removed even if he is impeached. Once impeached, the vote will be sent to the Senate for an official conviction. Sorry to remind you, but the Senate is a Republican-majority. A President has never been removed from office before, and Republicans aren’t about to let one of their own be the first.

That’s not stopping the party on Twitter, though. Soon after the announcement was made by Speaker Pelosi to officially open an impeachment inquiry, the celebratory bells started ringing across the nation. Don’t just take our word for it. Here are some of the most enthusiastic reactions from Trump’s favorite playground.











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