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HANNITY: Democrats Still Pushing Impeachment After ‘Three Years of Lies’

posted by Hannity Staff - 9.10.19

Speaking during his opening monologue on ‘Hannity’ Monday night, Sean slammed the Democratic Majority in the House of Representatives; saying left-wing legislators are totally disinterested in helping the American people.

“As we speak, the Democratic majority is not interested in passing any legislation to protect our country, secure our borders, help bolster our economy. No, they are singularly focused on one thing and one thing only: Destroying President Trump and everybody that supports him,” said Hannity.

“Nadler’s Judiciary Committee took its first official step towards impeaching the President… There’s no justification at all. We all know the Russian witch hunt was a complete, total, disaster and dud,” he added. “Democrats are wasting your money, wasting your time, and do nothing to help the American people.”


A federal judge in Washington, DC slapped-down a legal gambit launched by House Democrats to propel their impeachment inquiry against President Trump last month; calling the effort “superficial.”

“A D.C. federal judge on Wednesday shot down an attempt by House Judiciary Committee Democrats to link their subpoena for former White House counsel Don McGahn to a separate request for secret grand jury information from the Russia investigation after the Justice Department accused them of trying to ‘game the system,’” reports Fox News.

“[A]t first blush, the House Judiciary Committee’s view that the related case rule applies is understandable,” D.C. District Court Chief Judge Beryl Howell wrote in her order rejecting the bid. “Nonetheless, closer examination demonstrates that these connections between the two cases are too superficial and attenuated for the instant McGahn Subpoena Case to qualify[.]”

“This later-filed, subpoena-enforcement suit involves no issues of fact or law common to the earlier Grand Jury application, nor does it focus on a common event or transaction such that the matters would be ‘related,’” the DOJ argued.