Finfinder wrote:The interesting thing about this is Pelosi won't take a vote I wonder why LOL
Because she doesn't have to, Congress has Constitutionally mandated powers to investigate. Holding a meaningless vote accomplishes nothing. Also:
-The fact that the GOP is pushing this specific talking point rather than actually defending the president's actions means the GOP is desperate to change the conversation to anything else, literally anything, because discussing what Trump did isn't a conversation they want to have.
-Holding the vote won't stop the GOP from continuing to call the inquiries illegitimate. They'll just move on to the next iteration of the same argument.
The GOP doesn't want to talk about what Trump actually did so their only move is to try to talk about the investigation itself. It's not a strong position, a vote won't placate them, and they will continue to call the investigation illegitimate no matter what.
But at this point, who cares what the cowards in the GOP think? They're all being cowed by a fat old idiot who has rotted his brain with decades of abusing stimulants.