Nancy Pelosi's giant move to the impeachment that she has resisted for so long may lead to opposition to Democrats.
But with every fair analysis, the census released yesterday on President Trump's call with the Ukrainian leader did not help his cause.
This is not a guerrilla observation, as I have said many times that Trump's media coverage is ruthlessly negative and often unfair. And as I noted yesterday, the press has sealed so much of Trump's contradictions, big and small, that there has been a collective shudder from recent scandal scandals.
MEDIA'S UKRAINIAN REPORT ON THE DISCONTINUOUS PRESSURE OF THE PELOSI IN THE HERITAGE PROMOTION OF THE PERFORMANCE degree accurate. As the president said yesterday, it was "nothing to call on."
This does not mean that it rises to the level of imminent crime. This does not mean that there are no legitimate questions about Joe Biden's involvement in Ukraine, as his son makes big money from the gas giant.
But if you flip the script ̵
One thing we learned from the census is that Trump created a Ukrainian-affiliated company that was allegedly involved in hacking Democratic emails during the last campaign.
This came as soon as Vladimir Zelensky spoke of military assistants, saying, "We are almost ready to buy more Javelins from the United States for defense."
"I would like you to do us a favor, though. I would like you to find out what happened to this whole situation with Ukraine, they say Crowdstrike … I guess you have one of your rich people … The server, they say Ukraine has it. There are many things that went on, the whole situation. I think you surround yourself with the same people. I would like the Attorney General to call you or your people and I would like you to get to the bottom. "
Crowdstrike is the company allegedly involved in hacking in 2016.
Zelensky is friendly throughout the promise of collaboration and the first to bring up Rudy Giuliani.
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Then Trump plays on Biden's card and forwards the former vice president pressuring Ukraine to fire the prosecutor, the prosecutor, he was paying big money to Hunter Bade
"I heard that you have a prosecutor who was very good and he was imprisoned and that is really unfair … Mr. Giuliani is a very respected man. He was the mayor of New York, a great mayor and I would like him to call you . I'm going to ask him to call you with the attorney general. Rudy knows a lot about what's going on and he's a very capable person. If you can talk to him, that would be great …
"There's a lot of talk about Biden's son that Biden stopped the prosecution and a lot of people want to know about it, so all you can do with the attorney general is go great. Biden boasts that he has stopped the prosecution, so if you can look into it … Sounds awful to me. "
So in just one week we have confirmation that Trump has asked Zelensky to investigate his political rival, which would obviously help the prospect of re-election to the president.
But was there any pressure? And quid pro quo? Trump did not specifically bring military assistance, but then he did not have to. Zelensky was keenly aware that the White House – the president did it himself – had withheld $ 391 million in appropriations from his country.
"All they talk about is nonsense," Trump said at the UN yesterday, adding: "Everything is fake things that the media is inventing with Democrats, their partners, they are one and the same, they are partners."
] And Zelensky, on a televised meeting, said he had never been pressured by Trump.  Because specialists understand the call, this is ultimately not a legal question.
Pelosi may regret unleashing these forces, as polls show that impeachment remains unpopular with much of the country.