The impeachment enquiry is only a few months from the first presidential primaries. A reasonable question is why not let the voters decide if Trump’s alleged crimes are worthy of removal from office?
Nancy Pelosi was asked that question at recent new conference and responded that the voters are not going to decide; impeachment is all about congress upholding the oath of office. See video starting at 2:38
In contrast consider her description of the Clinton impeachment:
"In the investigation of the president, fundamental principles which Americans hold dear – fairness, privacy, checks and balances – have been seriously violated and why? Because we are here today because the Republicans in the House are paralyzed with hatred of President Clinton. . . ”-- Nancy Pelosi 1998.
Democrats are fond of claiming the at requiring voters to provide identification are diabolical attempts at voter suppression.
My observation is that removing the president from office would effectively negate the 130 million votes cast in the 2016 election. Removal from office can also include the sanction from holding office in the future, so voters would be unable to override the result.
Is the Democrat impeachment plan really a form of voter suppression?
You can vote all you want, but the votes don’t matter?