Ken Starr Blasts Pelosi's Abuse of Power and Says It May Result In the Senate Doing This…

Democrats have been fighting tooth and nail to get President Trump impeached and they've been doing it so quickly that even Jonathan Turley who was one of the witnesses in the House Judiciary Committee's impeachment hearing said that they're pushing too fast and as a result, it's going to blow up in their face.

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi basically said, "Who cares?" and has decided to push things even faster.

On Thursday, Pelosi told Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee Jerry Nadler to move forward and draw up the articles of impeachment.

Pelosi said on tv, "Sadly, but with confidence and humility, with allegiance to our founders, and a heart full of love for America, today I am asking our chairmen to proceed with articles of impeachment."

She's only fooling herself if she thinks that we're buying into that garbage. This is exactly what the Democrats have been trying to do since Day 1. She's not sad one bit, I'll guarantee it.

Ken Starr who was the former special prosecutor for the Clinton impeachment made an appearance on The Brian Kilmeade Show to speak on Pelosi's decision and admitted that he was shocked at her abuse of power.

"It's an outrage to seize control of the deliberate process of a committee — [it] simply compounds a series of very, very terrible abuses. The House Judiciary committee with its incredibly rich history needs to go into… an open session and debate this."

Where did she get this power? I am honestly surprised. Then again, why shouldn't I be surprised? Because back early in the fall, she unilaterally with no debate in the people's House says, 'we now have an impeachment inquiry.' Now she's dictating the committee to actually draft articles of impeachment? It is an abuse of power.

"Just the opposite of what we're experiencing now. A strict party-line vote," said Starr, adding that Pelosi is acting to achieve her desired political outcome. Never has an impeachment been pushed strictly on a political party line like this one has done.

"I think this may lead to a [Senate] motion to dismiss, which I don't favor. If the House of Representatives says we're going to impeach, then the Senate should hold a trial. But I think this may be the straw that breaks the camel's back. And that Republicans in the Senate just rise up in righteous indignation and say, 'this is absolutely unacceptable.'"