Yes it is.

Courtesy of Fox News:

Mike Pence doesn’t believe “it’s a foregone conclusion” that House Democrats will secure enough votes to pass articles of impeachment.

“Will the president be impeached?” Pirro asked.

“I don’t yet know what’s going to happen in the House. I know that Speaker Pelosi has announced articles of impeachment, but I have to tell you — I served in the Congress for 12 years and I don’t think it’s a forgone conclusion… that the Democrats will be able to get the votes to pass articles of impeachment.”

He continued: “I hear from people all over the country — the support for this president, the progress that we’ve made rebuilding our military reviving this economy…Yesterday we announced seven million jobs created, 180 conservative judges on our federal courts…And, when people look at the facts in this case, they can read the transcript and see the president did nothing wrong.”

“I know the American people are going to let their voice[s] be heard in the next two weeks and when the voice of the American people strikes Capitol Hill, anything’s possible,” he told Pirro.

Pence is either trying to placate his boss, or choosing to live in a Fox New version of reality. 

First off if Nancy Pelosi did not have the votes for impeachment she never would have allowed the proceedings to move foreard. 

Secondly a number of new Democratic House members were elected specifically to impeach Trump so they are certainly committed to seeing this thing through.

And thirdly the evidence keeps stacking up to the point where not impeaching Trump would appear to be political malpractice.

Now I agree that at this point having the Senate vote to kick Trump out of office seems like a longshot, but yes the House impeaching Trump is most definitely a “foregone conclusion.”