Pelosi: Impeachment is 'Very Divisive' but 'We'll Still Go There'

When asked about the House Judiciary Committee's impeachment progress during a press briefing on Thursday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told the media that she is pleased with the investigations.

“I stand by what we’ve been doing all along," Pelosi said, "I support what is happening in the Judiciary Committee because that enables them to do their process of interrogation and their investigation and I salute them for that work.”

“I’ve traveled the entire country. Come with me some time, and you’ll hear what the American people are saying. they understand that impeachment is a very divisive measure, but if we have to go there, we’ll have to go there. That’s all I’m going to say about this subject," she continued.

“And by the way," Pelosi added, "I am very pleased at the path we are on and progress our committees have made not just the Judiciary Committee, so we are on a timing standpoint were we need to be.”

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The lights are on, but no one is home! Democrats (or anyone else for that matter) don't have ground to stand on when it comes to impeaching President Trump. A man voted into office by the people can't be impeached simply because they do not like him. He would have actually had to commit a crime for it to make sense. However, after a two year investigation, Comey came up empty handed and now the Democrats are grasping at straws!