Hillary Clinton Plays Judge and Jury on Twitter Regarding Impeachment

Former Secretary of State and failed 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton sure has been fond of sticking her nose into modern politics, despite the resounding rejection she received from the American people just a few short years ago.

Some think it’s because Clinton may jump into the race last minute, should Joe Biden somehow become an even weaker candidate than he already is.

This undue influence was back again today as Clinton decided for us whether or not President Trump should be impeached.

Clinton has not hidden her opinion throughout the seven public impeachment hearings that the House Intelligence Committee has held over the course of the last two weeks. She wrapped up the week with some final thoughts, declaring that Trump “committed an impeachable offense.”

“The question is not whether Trump has committed impeachable crimes. He has,” she wrote. “The question is whether Republicans in Congress will affirm that an American president is not above the law”:

Clinton’s unrequested opinion does appear to line up with a majority of House Democrats’ however, with a very real possibility developing that impeachment could soon be moving into the drafting of articles and eventually a trial in the Senate.

Of that last possibility, the President was unconcerned.

White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley told Fox News’s The Story on Thursday that, even though the president does not believe the House has a basis to move forward with impeachment, he would invite a trial in the Senate in hopes of calling witnesses such as Schiff, the so-called “whistleblower,” and the Bidens.

“And he says, if the House moves forward with this sham, and they continue to push these fake, illegitimate proceedings onto the American people, then he wants it to go to the Senate, and he wants a trial,” Gidley said.

And in the Senate, Hillary Clinton will not be one of the jurors.