REPORT: Here’s how Van Drew, set to switch parties, will vote on impeachment

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Rep. Jeff Van Drew (D-N.J.) might be poised to jump to the GOP, but the New Jersey freshman will remain a Democrat at least through Wednesday’s votes on articles of impeachment.

“This is a big vote. I started discussing this issue and my concerns with it as a Democrat. I think it’s appropriate,” Van Drew told The Hill Wednesday afternoon, just hours before the impeachment votes. He is expected to vote no on both articles.

The article goes on to state the following:

The comments came just moments after Van Drew had exited the cloak room of the House chamber — on the Republican side.

Protesters have raised a ruckus outside Van Drew’s office, calling him a “turn coat.”

DMLNewsApp founder Dennis Michael Lynch weighed in recently on the Democrats’ plan to impeach President Trump, and said this will only make the president stronger and benefit him going into the 2020 election.

“Dems impeaching Trump in the House will be a good thing for Trump – now Republicans must take it to trial in the Senate… and use it to put Obama and Biden on trial! Expose the corruption and the lies! This is the greatest thing that could happen to Trump for 2020,” Lynch said.

“Dems have been painting themselves into a corner for the longest time, and now that paint is going to dry!” he added.

WATCH his remarks in the video below:

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