As Washington Democrats continue to search for a rationale for their predetermined conclusion, failed liberal politician Amy McGrath continues to search for what to say about her party’s two-and-a-half-year impeachment parade:
Immediately after launching her latest campaign, McGrath was able to provide the people of Kentucky – and then subsequently, the celebrities of Hollywood – with diametrically different answers within the span of several hours on whether she would have voted to confirm Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
Now, amid growing interest among Democrats for more Senate candidate options in Kentucky, McGrath is refusing to disclose merely one position on Speaker Pelosi’s impeachment inquiry.
Coupled with the shameful rhetoric McGrath has directed at President Trump – including the comparison she made between his election and the worst terror attack in American history – her decision to embrace Democrats’ justification for impeachment leaves little room for imagination as to where she likely stands on this nearly three-year-old fixation.
Yet, as her silence on impeachment spills into a third day, Kentuckians deserve to know how much longer it will take until Amy McGrath finally comes clean about her position on her party’s unquenchable desire to reverse its 2016 election defeat.