Michiana voters react to impeachment inquiry
SOUTH BEND, Ind – Michiana area voters reacted to Tuesday’s news that the United States House of Representatives will officially start an impeachment inquiry.
“In my opinion this is just another occurrence of many that suggests that he should be impeached,” Plymouth resident Mike Edmiston said.
Other Michiana residents like Mark Gunn disagree with an impeachment inquiry beginning.
“Now the Democrats feel they have another angle to try to impeach Trump which is all they’ve been doing for two years,” Gunn said.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s Tuesday afternoon announcement comes after days of speculation over an alleged whistleblower complaint surrounding the conversations and actions of President Trump in a phone conversation and the Ukrainian President.
Michiana resident Leighton Schmitt said he is in favor of impeachment, and reached out to his local congressional representatives to tell them to take action.
“Our congress should support this kind of inquiry it’s about getting to the bottom of what’s going on,” Schmitt said.
Congresswoman Jackie Walorski released a statement after Tuesday’s announcement of an impeachment inquiry beginning.
“Speaker Pelosi and Democratic leaders have made it clear their number one goal is to impeach the president,” Walorski said.