About Impeachment John Kasich Says “I Don’t Think We’re There” Yet


Ohio governor John Kasich, who has more in common with Democrats than Republicans, was asked at a town hall if there were enough grounds for impeachment given the Russia collusion.

Keep in mind that there has been no evidence presented – none- that Trump colluded with Russia.

NeverTrumper Kasich said:

“I don’t think we’re there. I don’t think we know exactly what happened.

The Russian investigation is very, very important. Not only have they hacked into our elections, it has, as it appears in the French elections, the Austrian elections. Their use of cyber warfare is growing and we need in our country a single cyber command with a single person in charge because the different agencies and bureaus argue among themselves…

…And it’s critical for us and that’s why I think these investigations should not just be about the Comey memo but I think the investigation ought to encumber everything. The Russian hacking. What happened there. The associates of the Trump campaign who may have been involved.

We have to get to the bottom of all of it. But it is very, very serious when a foreign power is not only trying to disrupt our elections and communications but throughout the world and to think they’re our ally is ridiculous and Bernie mentioned it…

…So you take a look at Syria where they have looked at Assad and there’s a slaughter house over there. Or what they’ve done in Ukraine or the threats in the Balkans or the cyber attacks all over the world. There is no way I would share anything with these people because they are not our friends.”

As he says, Russians are not our friends, but where was Kasich when Obama was resetting relations and Hillary was giving away our uranium mine and U.S. technology to the Russians?

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