After four weeks of trying to force the Senate to do the House's job, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) finally sent two articles of impeachment to the Upper Chamber. Yesterday, House Democrats literally carried the articles for "abuse of power" and "obstruction of Congress" from one side of the Capitol to another in what many thought was a ridiculous and overly dramatic processional. (Watch it here.)

The third impeachment trial of a U.S. president is expected to start next week. Pelosi's month-long haranguing of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) was over allowing additional witnesses at the trial. McConnell insisted that the Senate was not going to do the House's "homework" for them.

Days before the House voted to remove President Trump from office, McConnell called the Democrat-led Witch Hunt "the most rushed, least thorough, and most unfair impeachment inquiry in modern history." Many Trump supporters are thankful the Majority Leader has refused to enable what he also called a "predetermined end of a partisan crusade." 

+ + NEW! Grassfire QuickPoll: Should McConnell call the Democrats' "bluff" and allow witnesses at the Senate trial of President Trump? See below.

But this week, with the release of the articles of impeachment imminent, McConnell reportedly began considering a different strategy. According to Politico:

On Tuesday, the GOP leader quietly invited Republican Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, John Cornyn of Texas and Mike Lee of Utah to his office to discuss strategy. ...

During the 30-minute session, Cruz pitched McConnell on the idea of witness reciprocity — if Democrats want to hear from former Trump national security adviser John Bolton on the Ukraine scandal, then Republicans get to hear from Hunter Biden.

Politico also reported that McConnell was "open" to the idea and that "Cruz and Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) later raised the strategy to the broader Senate Republican Conference." Americans probably won't know the outcome of that discussion until closer to the start of the trial, which is set for Tuesday of next week.

So why not call the Democrats' "bluff" and call additional witnesses? If they ARE allowed, Americans might FINALLY get to hear from former VP and now-Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden about the real quid pro quo that happened in Ukraine -- back in 2016! We the People can also learn about possible Ukrainian corruption from Hunter Biden.

And what about the "whistleblower"? Millions of Mr. Trump's supporters would love to know what he (or she) actually heard firsthand in that infamous July phone call between our Commander-in-Chief and the president of Ukraine.

Today, Grassfire is unveiling our new, "Call Their Bluff?" QuickPoll. We want to know what our team members think about witnesses at the Senate trial. If you agree that the GOP should call the Democrats' bluff and allow additional testimony, click here or on the "YES!" image below. If you think McConnell should NOT do the House of Representatives' "homework, click here or on the "NO!" image below.

Thanks, in advance, for taking action via our "Call Their Bluff?" QuickPoll. We'll reveal the final results once we reach 10,000 votes.

For liberty and limited government,

The Grassfire Team

P.S. At Grassfire, our mission is to "Report Truth" so our team members can "Take Action." If Democrats want the Senate to do the House's job, maybe they should. Vote now and tell us whether or not you think GOP Senators should "call their bluff" and subpoena the Bidens and the "whistleblower" to testify.

P.P.S. QuickPolls are not scientific, nor do they endorse a specific candidate or position. Grassfire polls are for informational purposes only.