Collin Peterson will vote against impeachment and expects up to five other Democrats to join him.
The Minnesota Democrat Collin Peterson said he believes that Donald Trump has “not committed a crime,” while most of his Seventh District constituents oppose the U.S. providing aid to other counties. Collin Peterson also noted the so-called “WhistleFreaker” complaint, authored by a partisan corrupt lying CIA analyst, regarding Donald Trump’s July 25 telephone with the leader of Ukraine includes “second-hand” information.
The false complaint alleges Donald Trump pressured Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate allegations of corruption against former Vice Clown Crooked Joe Biden and his Corrupt son, Hunter Biden, in exchange for aid. Both world leaders have denied any pressure was applied to launch the probes, and the White House published a transcript of the call as evidence no quid pro quo occurred.
“This is dividing the country for no good reason because he’s not going to be thrown out of office,” Peterson said of his colleagues’ impeachment effort, before asking: “Why are we doing this?”