Yesterday, it was reported that if President Trump is acquitted by Senate, Democrats have intentions to impeach again.

Moreover, Democrats won’t be satisfied with only impeaching President Trump. They are also setting their sights on impeaching Vice President Mike Pence.

“In order to have a coup you cannot leave anyone from the previous administration in power,’ Federalist Papers reported.

“That is why it should be no spectacular revelation that California Rep. Adam Schiff, the Inspector Gadget of representatives, is going after Vice President Pence,” the report added.

Unbelievably. Adam Schiff, who is the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, claims to have evidence that Pence also committed impeachable offenses.

While appearing on MSNBC, Rachel Maddow said to Schiff, “You seem to still be pulling on some threads here, including some potentially provocative and consequential ones.”

“I’m thinking specifically about a letter that you sent to the vice president’s office this week in which you raise questions as to what the vice president knew about the president’s behavior, the president’s scheme in Ukraine, and thereby essentially his potential involvement in any coverup of that behavior by the president,” she added.

“Are you actively looking at Vice President Mike Pence and his role in this scandal, and should we expect further revelations either related to the vice president or related to the other core parts of these allegations that have resulted in this impeachment tonight?” Maddow asked.

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Schiff responded, “We have acquired a piece of evidence, a classified submission by Jennifer Williams.”

Williams works as an aide to the Vice president.

Schiff continued, “Something that she alluded to in her open testimony that, in going back and looking through her records, she found other information that was pertinent to that phone call that we had asked her about and made that submission.”

“That submission does shed light on the vice president’s knowledge,” Schiff said.

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“It just goes to show that there is a body of evidence, documentary and otherwise, that administration figures from the president on down to include the vice president do not want the American people to see or know,” Schiff said.

“The question is, will they succeed? Will the coverup succeed? Or will the Senate insist on what we were not able to obtain in the House, and that is a White House that will comply with lawful process,” Schiff concluded.

Schiff’s intentions are clear: Successfully impeaching President Trump isn’t enough. In order to remove the administration, Schiff also wants to impeach Vice President Mike Pence.

This illustrates exactly how far House Democrats are willing to go to remove the current administration. Rather than focusing on passing bipartisan legislation to improve the country and help Americans, House Democrats are fully focused on impeachment efforts.

Government watchdog group Judicial Watch recently filed a major lawsuit against House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff and his committee.

Schiff has refused to respond to a public request about how he received the phone records of Trump allies.

Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act request.

This effort will likely reveal important information related to how Schiff obtained the personal phone records of Rudy Giuliani, Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), reporter John Solomon, and several American citizens, including Trump’s lawyers during the Democrats’ impeachment investigation.

Schiff is withholding information despite the common-law right of public access to examine government records.

Conservatives have argued that Schiff is hiding important information.

“Adam Schiff abused his power to secretly subpoena and then publish the private phone records, in potential violation of law, of innocent Americans,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said.

“What else is Mr. Schiff hiding?” Fitton added.