Impeachment is on the ballot this fall. That is according to KTRH's Sean Hannity, who told KTRH's Mark Levin on Levin's television show that the upcoming elections are a "tipping point" for the country. "This midterm election is the single biggest, most important midterm in this country's history, because they want to impeach this man," said Hannity of the Democrats' plans for President Donald Trump. "Now they're telling people like Maxine Waters 'shhhh, don't tell anybody, we got it, we want to impeach him'.....even though we don't have a reason to impeach him, there are no high crimes or misdemeanors."
Democratic leaders have mostly remained coy about talking impeachment, but House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi may have let the cat out of the bag this week. Hannity went on to warn Levin that "if they're successful in their effort to undermine Donald Trump, we've lost the country, and we'll never get it back."
Local conservative leaders are also focusing on the midterms, but not necessarily for the same reasons as Hannity. "All of this 'horror of horrors' talk about impeachment is all drama," says Bill O'Sullivan with Texas Patriots PAC. "As a person who is serious about politics, I don't take it seriously."
O'Sullivan doesn't believe Democrats will remove Trump from office, even if they manage to impeach him in the House, since it would take a two-thirds vote of the Senate. He does believe the election is important for other issues, like immigration and especially the courts. "In 2016, the first two words out of my mouth when it came across that Donald Trump had won were Supreme Court," says O'Sullivan.