Not even. It’ll need a plausible pathway to actually working. There’s enough control in the house currently to pass articles of impeachment, probably narrowly. As that only takes a simple majority.
But no way in hell is there currently a chance of getting a 2/3 majority to convict in the Senate. No matter how many Democratic voters call Republican senators about it. GOP voters still heavily back Trump, as do GOP politicians. These people ran a damn kangaroo court of a congressional investigation into the subject. And several of them were directly involved in the White House’s messaging (especially Nunez). We have impeachable offenses, and there may be enough support in the house to impeach. But currently there is zero chance of successfully removing Trump that way.
And there’s extreme concern from a lot of people, including Democratic leaders, that impeachment under these conditions doesn’t just fail. It backfires. A party line vote on impeachment with little support in the Senate looks politically motivated and that could just strengthen Trump’s position. As does the implication that an impeachment is preordained regardless of Trump’s conduct.
This is essentially what happened with Bill Clinton, guy came out of the failed impeachment with big public support and finished his term with record approval ratings. Trump himself is already pushing this idea. It was one of his major stumping points during the midterms and it does seem to have moved the needle. If only in the form of galvanizing his control of the party.
To have a plausible pathway to impeachment you need a lot more than we have now. Serious shifts in public opinion, and support from enough Republicans to get to 2/3 in the Senate. And that’s gonna take much clearer evidence of a crime, and more clearly criminal actions.
This isn’t the first time Pelosi, or other DNC leaders have said this. And its sensible. Impeachment is pointless and dangerous until it’s not. So none of them are “for” impeachment while it’s still an implausible pathway. If the situation changes enough to make it possible then I really, really, really doubt you’ll be seeing Nancy Pelosi standing in the way while Republicans scream for Trump’s head.
For the time being there are concerns about what vocal calls for impeachment may do to the next election, it’s basically handing an big, meaty, divisive bone to the Trump campaign. They don’t have to just worry about whether they win the white house or not. They have to worry about what the situation looks like if they don’t. Losing the presidency but picking up enough control to make impeachment possible is a lot better than losing ground across the whole federal government.
So from pretty much minute one DNC congressional leadership have been down playing impeachment and loudly proclaiming that they don’t support it.