Not surprisingly, Democrat Kamala Harris didn't have anything to say Wednesday night during the vice presidential debate about her party's years-long impeachment crusade against President Trump over alleged Russian collusion.
Mike Pence did have something to say.
When moderator Susan Page asked if President Donald Trump would accept a “peaceful transfer of power” should he lose in November, Pence went reminded Democrats of their record.
"When you talk about accepting the outcome of the election, I must tell you, senator, your party has spent the last three and a half years trying to overturn the results of the last election," Pence charged. "It’s amazing."
The vice president then hit Harris hard for Democrats' sleazy behavior toward Trump.
"When Joe Biden was vice president of the United States, the FBI actually spied on President Trump and my campaign," Pence said.
He continued, "There were documents released this week that the CIA actually made a referral to the FBI documenting that those allegations were coming from the Hillary Clinton campaign, and of course, we’ve all seen the avalanche, what you put the country through for the better part of three years until it was found that there was no obstruction, no collusion, case closed."
Pence is correct. Democrats pushed what ended up amounting to a conspiracy theory hard for years.
They just don't seem to want to talk about it anymore.
Vince President Pence added, "And then, Senator Harris, you and your colleagues in the Congress, trying to impeach the President of the United States over a phone call."
On Trump possibly not accepting a peaceful transfer of power, Pence noted it was the last Democratic presidential nominee who actually suggested not going peacefully - to Biden.
"And now, Hillary Clinton actually said to Joe Biden that, in her words, under no circumstances should he concede the election."
Why wasn't there a focus on Team Biden accepting the results of the election should they lose?
Why don't Democrats want to talk about impeachment anymore?